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Complaint Review: Primerica Life Insurance Company | Ripoff Report Verified™ …businesses you can trust.
Primerica Life Insurance Company | Ripoff Report Verified™ …businesses you can trust.3120 Breckinridge Blvd. Duluth, GA 30099 Nationwide United States of America
Primerica Life Insurance Company ripoff Primerica decreasing term life insurance invest the difference formerly A. L. Williams Duluth Georgia
*UPDATE: Primerica gets a POSITIVE rating from Rip-off Report in customer support & satisfaction. Primerica pledges to resolve complaints from the past, present and in the future, and give 100% commitment to customer service-say Company Executives!
*Consumer Comment: A satisfied customer for over 10 years.
*Consumer Comment: A response to the Primerica Life Insurance Complaint .... It sounds as though you did not fully understand and failed to do any research on your own before posting these comments.
*Consumer Suggestion: 20 years and you have been Ripped off, Really?
*Consumer Comment: you invest the difference, not the insurance company
*UPDATE Employee: You did not purchase a whole life policy
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SPECIAL UPDATE: February 26 2014: Primerica remains committed to increased customer satisfaction and has improved their business practices over the years to better serve their customers. Primerica is truly dedicated to making sure their customers are satisfied and that any complaints which do arise are addressed promptly and fairly.
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Nearly 20 years ago,I purchased a policy under what was then called "A.L.Williams". At the time, it was one of those MLM cash-cows that promised that, as I grew older, my term life insurance needs would decrease, and they'd invest the difference.
By paying the same rate over the course of the ploicy, I was promised, the amount applied to the term life insirance polcy would decrease, with the difference invested so that I could build a nest egg for my future and that of my family.
Well, nearly 20 years later, with A.L. Williams having been bought by Primerica, I checked on my "investments". I have nothing with them but a straight term life insurance policy that pays off only if I die.
The representatives knew what I was talking about, but passed me back and forth between insurance and investments. The two are completely separate, they said, leaving me with nothing but a $6000 to $7000 investement in, you guessed it, my demise.
If any of you purchased plans under A.L. Williams back in the mid to late 1980's, you'd better check it out with Primerica. I will be collecting my original materials. If enough of us find that we've been similarly hoodwinked, may be we can band together and do something about it.
Don't take your status with Primerica as a former A.L. Williams customer for granted. I did, and it has come back to bite me. I know that I am not alone in this - check and see for yourself. Then, comment about it on this post until one or more interested attorneys see a class action lawsuit in it!
Dallas Greer, South Carolina
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