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1, Report #652713
Oct 19 2010
08:56 AM
Louboutin Deal . com SCAM, Internet
Louboutindeal.com is a scam.  Not only the merchandise they sell is not authentic, but once they charge your card, you will not be able to contact them again. I ordered a pair of shoes for $169, some go for over $500.  They came from China, bad sign!!  They didn't fit, and when I tried to contact them for an exchange I couldn't.  The phone number they listed is that of a clinic.  I tried emailing them, the account doesn't exist!!!!  PLEASE do not fall for it.  It is all a SCAM...  
Entity: , Internet
2, Report #537201
Dec 10 2009
11:12 AM
My free Estimates .com Eric and Chris Scam rippoff artists Bloomington, Minnesota
These 2 con artists have got to be put out of business and in jail. They where told in January that I wanted nothing to do with there scam leads yet they just stole another $900.00 out of my account in November. All contractors and there are many that want to see these guys in jail must get together and get a class action suit going. They are STEALING money online and over state lines all the states attorney generals and possibly the FBI should get involved. Let's get together and put these guys in jail in 2010!
Entity: Bloomington, Minnesota
3, Report #144715
Jun 01 2005
02:21 PM
Future Com, Good Life Group ripoff Clearwater Florida
Is a Marketing company offering u computers for 299 however this computer navere makes it to the receiver it has been since feb and is now jun and have not received my packet. Called fedex and fedex told me, it went back to the sender due to en error in the address however I asked fedex the weight of the the packet and it was only .60lbs a computer does not weight anywere .60lbs. Makes sense.. So am still waiting. Juan san jacinto, CaliforniaU.S.A.
Entity: Clearwater, Florida
4, Report #1019824
Feb 25 2013
08:36 AM
minnesota life insurance company iNSURANCE BENEFITS Saint Paul, Minnesota
my boyfriend take a policy out in his name but put me down for a beneficiary now i am fright them for the money.I send two letter no responded.
Entity: Saint Paul, Minnesota
5, Report #1021695
Feb 28 2013
03:23 PM
vaso-9.com , doctormaleenhancement.com/ vaso-9.com Life threatening SCAM Los Angeles, California
PLEASE beware this 2013 scam. www.vaso-9.com is not scientifically backed. There is no research, the research links over ten years old. GNC is NOT going to sell Vaso9...websites promoting Vaso9  say there is a waiting list already at GNC for Vaso9...this is NOT TRUE. Vaso 9 sites talking about the pill are ALL MODERATED. The comments posted are fake. Vaso9 has no permanen address, no phone number to talk to someone. The website www.vaso-9.com was purchased in January 2013 This is dangrous and can seriously hurt peoples health. Be careful...this pills have only been around a little over a month. When I got the product in the mail the paperwork said 6 months to see full results. How can the testimonial pictures be accurate, the pills is only 1 and a half months into the market???
Entity: Los Angeles, California
6, Report #1328683
Sep 17 2016
11:06 AM
Citizens Tele Com Co. MN Frontier Citizens Com. 218-365-0627. Unknown entity harassing me on my fax machine. not known Minnesota
I have no idea what these people are doing or who they are.  They are harrassing me by calling continually on my phone line that is dedicated to facsimile use.     There have evidently been other reports involving this company.     Thank you.  
Entity: not known, Minnesota
7, Report #352151
Jul 16 2008
08:02 PM
Movenow2.com Found limited information and know ways you can get more Cleveland Ohio
I was going to pay the 119.00 to join this agency and did some checking first. I found reports on this website which I'am very grateful for. While searching the company I went to www.whitepages.com and did a reverse search on the number it came up with the number being a registered land line in Cleveland Ohio with Communications Corp. You then can click on a box that provides more info but it costs up to $15.00 to get the info. I did not do it since I did not pay any money out to the company but for those of you who did and need more info check it out. Amy Crystal, MinnesotaU.S.A.
Entity: Cleveland, Ohio
8, Report #716922
Apr 12 2011
07:39 PM
Play65.com Rigged Game! Scam! Dice roll is not random. Opposition always wins in the end. Internet
Play 65 on-line Backgammon is a rigged game.  The Free Premium play advertised is impossible to access.  Once you plunk down money you will lose it fast.  The number of doubles the opposition rolls is highly improbable.  Curious how the opposition always gets the rolls it needs to just win...or annihilate you.  They don't even bother to make it seem believable. Find another game site, this one is for people who want to be played!
Entity: , Internet
9, Report #639012
Sep 09 2010
08:18 AM
27bslash6.com - David Thorne Refused to refused or deliver book Internet
Ordered David's new book on his website in July and never received anything.  After inquiring was informed:Apparently there was a product delivery delay due to stock being sold out.  Emails have been sent out to most buyers letting them know that a second print run has now been completed and is also being supplemented by on demand printing available through CafePress.  Not yet dispatched orders can be canceled if the buyer prefers.  I apologise for this and am attempting to resolve all unsent orders as soon as possible. However, after several more messages over the period of the following two months requesting status updates and finally a refund there has been no further communication.  I've finally gone to PayPal and filed a dispute claim and recommend you do the same to prevent him from scamming anyone else. 
Entity: , Internet
10, Report #1049642
May 09 2013
02:10 PM
service@ssibillpay,com I paid for a pair of jordan high heels $150.50 Internet
Paid $150.00 for a pair of jordan heels that never came,have a phone number that doesn't work.
Entity: Internet
11, Report #1315912
Jul 09 2016
10:30 AM
promdress01.com TING PENG Unfair, unethical business practice.....NO MONEY BACK GUARANTEED China Internet
Promdress01.com is terrible and unethical…buyer beware. First, they sent the wrong color. Second, the tailoring of the dress was poor. When, I tried to return for a refund, despite a MONEY BACK GUARANTEE, they would not refund stating it was custom and that my daughter selected wrong color DESPITE sending an actual photo of the color she wanted. If they were in the U.S., Consumer Affairs would shut them down immediately!!!!!
Entity: Internet
12, Report #1401953
Sep 23 2017
07:03 PM
Minnesota life lpmpolicyservises@seurian.com/Affinion-800-252-2148 Received a card stating if I wanted another 300.000 added for additional cost cause of age up o 70 on policy, or I'd just have 75,000 coverage only.....I changed my mind after I sent from in, cause I called my bank SAC federal Credit Union asking if thy sent it out cause we as members have a 1.000.00 coverage through Minnesota Life...they said they did not, (Sac federal credit Union out of Omaha, Neb.....So I called Minnesota Life to cxl when thy rec'd the card.....they told me they couldn't, thy stated-they would pull it out till I rec'd and filled out a form stopping all money....as yet not rec'd the form..I did send in a Certified Letter stating to close my account, they still said they would charge me till I sent the top payment form, still have not rec'd as yet..So I found a company- LPM policy services, but they can't stop nothing even though they are related to them, they then give me a number to Affinion services-800-252-2148-they did state all letters come from them for Minnesota life-they stated thy did not end the letter out asking for me to take another 300,000 out......they said I'd have to wait for the form and that my certified letter was nt legal......I advised my bank to stop all payments/my bank said they would send form out to stop payment all they could do,..I am so so shocked to call all these companies that own this company and they say thy can't help......As they said with each company all calls recorted...I added they were a SCAM/and Fraud-as I read all complaints after all this and Minnesota life hardly if ever pays accidents and when we di to the family members....I'm 68 yrs old and find this out after over 10 yrs with them.....Disappointed is a calm word i will use...... Nationwide
Received a card stating if I wanted another 300.000 added for additional cost cause of age up o 70 on policy, or I'd just have 75,000 coverage only.....I changed my mind after I sent from in, cause I called my bank SAC federal Credit Union asking if thy sent it out cause we as members have a 1.000.00 coverage through Minnesota Life...they said they did not, (Sac federal credit Union out of Omaha, Neb.....So I called Minnesota Life to cxl when thy rec'd the card.....they told me they couldn't, thy stated-they would pull it out till I rec'd and filled out a form stopping all money....as yet not rec'd the form..I did send in a Certified Letter stating to close my account, they still said they would charge me till I sent the top payment form, still have not rec'd as yet..So I found a company- LPM policy services, but they can't stop nothing even though they are related to them, they then give me a number to Affinion services-800-252-2148-they did state all letters come from them for Minnesota life-they stated thy did not end the letter out asking for me to take another 300,000 out......they said I'd have to wait for the form and that my certified letter was nt legal......I advised my bank to stop all payments/my bank said they would send form out to stop payment all they could do,..I am so so shocked to call all these companies that own this company and they say thy can't help......As they said with each company all calls recorted...I added they were a SCAM/and Fraud-as I read all complaints after all this and Minnesota life hardly if ever pays accidents and when we di to the family members....I'm 68 yrs old and find this out after over 10 yrs with them.....Disappointed is a calm word i will use.....
Entity: Nationwide
13, Report #251646
Jun 01 2007
09:52 AM
My Family Ancestry . Com They tried to take $119.43 out of my account!! Nationwide Minnesota
They tried to take $119.43 out of my account!! Luckily the got the expiration date wrong. Will have to close my account and start all over. This company is totally fraud. Be careful. What goes around comes around. Bad Karma is real and they will feel the effects of it in the long run. Lisa mpls, MinnesotaU.S.A.
Entity: Nationwide
14, Report #338770
Jun 10 2008
06:22 AM
DRI*ELEMENT5.COM Bogus charge to debit card Minnesota *EDitor's Suggestions on how to get your money back into your bank account!
Found this morning a charge to my debit card account from DRI*ELEMENT5.COM for 29.95. Charge dated 7 June. I made no such charge. I have contacted my bank to dispute charge. Kenneth Frisco, TexasU.S.A. EDitor's Suggestions on how to get your money back! HERE IS WHAT RIP-OFF REPORT SUGGESTS YOU DO: Go to your bank within 60 days of the charge, or as soon as you know about the charge, don't delay, and tell them that there has been fraudulent activity within your account. Explain that you wish to file a dispute, and demand that they assist you in accordance with Federal Regulation E. According to the majority of victims interviewed by Rip-off Report, those who immediately called their banks to dispute the charges did not get very far. Many victims got the following responses from their banks: we could not do anything for you or you waited too long; it has been more than 60 days. If the bank is says that you have waited too long, explain to them how you called their 800 number as soon as the charges were found, and were told by the bank that nothing could be done. Remind the bank that they failed to assist you properly at the 800 #, and instead, provided you with an inadequate explanation of your right to dispute. Tell the bank that it's their fault time has expired, and since they gave you the wrong info to begin with, they will just have to deal with it, take the loss and reverse the charges. Tell them the truth; this was unauthorized and your account was NOT to be charged! Keep emphasizing how you never authorized anything! Direct them to the hundreds of victims reports that were filed on Rip-off Report.com. And if you're at the bank, walk them over to their computer and make them go to this site! If you are on the phone with them, tell them you will wait while they access this site! Either way, be persistent! DO NOT TAKE NO FOR AN ANSWER! Let them know nicely, that you were advised to Report them (the Bank) and this situation to the Banking Commission in your state. Since each state has a different name for the agency/controller over banks, find that name before you call or get to the bank so you can throw it in their face. The more knowledgeable you appear to be, the further you will get. And just continue to demand the Federal Regulation E form! The bank CAN, MUST and WILL reverse the charge! But, you must be persistent; ask to speak to the supervisor or the area manager for all the branches in the state. Let the bank personnel know you are meeting with the media later in the day, that you would much rather they do the right thing (as most other banks have) by looking at the complaints and immediately reversing the charge(s) to your account; no matter how long ago it was. Be sure to call the Media if necessary so you are telling the truth. If you have to, be loud (but nice) in front of other customers. If you are just calling by phone, the above tactics should still work. The bank can easily fax or mail to you the Federal Regulation E dispute form. CHARGES TO YOUR CREDIT CARD If the charge was to your credit card (not debit card, check card, or checking account), contact the credit card company as soon as possible to request a dispute form. Consumers usually have a little longer to dispute fraudulent credit card charges (up to 6 months), but it is better to act right away. In this type of situation, credit card disputes are usually successful since fraudulent companies often won't contest the disputed charge. In rare cases, credit card companies will review disputes, but refuse to reverse the charges. If this occurs, complain to a manager and let them know you will be filing a report here. Remember Don't let them get away with it! Make sure they make the Rip-off Report .. The more Reports filed on a Company or individual, the more likely it is that the authorities, media and attorneys will want to take action. And good luck Let us know how you do! ED Magedson Founder, Rip-off Report.com & Author of www.ripoffrevenge.com EDitor@RipoffReport.com badbusinessbureau.com www.ripoffreport.com Don't let them get away with it. Make sure they make the Rip-off Report! We are not lawyers. We are not a collection agency. We are Consumer Advocates. ...the victims' advocate WE are Civil and Human Rights Activists We are a Worldwide Consumer Reporting News Agency ...by consumers, for consumers CLICK HERE to read about Credit Card Scams... find out how to get your money back. *Rip-off Report Investigation provides valuable information.
Entity: Minnesota
15, Report #475256
Jul 31 2009
09:01 AM
Dri*Element5.com my check card was charged $29.95 by these guys..never heard of them Minneanapolis Minnesota Internet
My debit card was charged $29.95 without my knowledge or approval. I have no idea who these guys are but they are a scam. I don't even know how they got my card number. When I called them, they said they had no record of my name or a transaction. I did find a phone number for those who get stuck by these guys. It is 800-406-4966. Please call them and they should refund your money...it will just take time. Bill **** Birmingham, AlabamaU.S.A.
Entity: Minneanapolis, Minnesota
16, Report #1380829
Jun 23 2017
11:28 AM
E-Com Solutions, Outsourced Lifestyle and Jason O'Neil Fraud. Total Scam. Complicated and disorganized. Jacksonville Florida
I started my new business with E-Com Solutions on September 12, 2016. Jason O'Neil is the CEO, owner of the software and business.  I saw his ad on Facebook and registered online to watch his webinar showing how to create my own successful e-commerce Amazon drop shipping business.  This was something I wanted to learn and do for myself.  I was very excited. First I buy the software and receive minimal instruction on setting it up. Which is suppose to be very simple.   Next, I invest in his entry level trainings which basically are long, lengthy and poor quality videos to watch and then implement.   Since I was struggling with that, his company then recommend group training from his successful students.  Or for the super serious folks who want or need more hand holding or push, I can enroll in the White Glove program where Jason himself teaches you and guarantees that you will be making $100,000 in sales within 12 months plus you can attend all the other groups with this top tier; access to everything.  You are a part of  Jason's inner circle.  Several of us took advantage of this guarantee. What I did not know and maybe others didn't either, were Amazon's drop shipping policy that is not permitted is exactly what Jason's entire business is based on.  Which states; Purchasing products from another online retailer and having that retailer ship directly to the customer is strictly prohibited.  I being a new student did not understand why Amazon was shutting down people's stores.   Also prohibited is; shipping an order with packing slips, invoices or other information indicating a seller name or contact information other than yours.  Many of the stores Jason instructs us to use will include all of that info. If your store gets shut down, you have no business and you have monthly expenses your business will not be able to cover.   Students would spend weeks and months fighting with Amazon to get their store reopened.  Now I get it, but I spent well over $10,000 to Jason only to be part of his fraud and scam.  Jason is making so much money from innocent individuals wanting to learn how to succeed in this business. He refuses to refund any of my money I paid him.  That is why I am writing this report.     
Entity: Randolph, Minnesota
17, Report #829559
Jan 27 2012
09:39 AM
MINNESOTA LIFE INSURANCE SECURIAN REMOVAL OF BENEFICIARY OFF POLICY Atlant, Georgia
My daughter was an educator in the Georgia School System passed away in August, 2011, and as of this date January, 2012 the life insurance policy has not been settled.  When I placed a claim on the policy I was told there was no beneficiary on file, and was given the run around.  Later the  beneficiary form was discovered, but I was told that the insurance company had made it null and void, because my daughter had not updated or changed her beneficiary.  I notified the Georgia Insurance Commissioner of my plight, and they contacted the insurance company (ie. Minnesota Life) to ascertain the problem. Minnesota Life Insurance Company responded to me and other family members with an Interpleader Complaint, adding names to the Interpleader that were not originally on the the beneficiary sheet.  I filed a Response to Interpleader Complaint, and now am waiting for a ? court date for the judge to make a decision on a policy that clearly had a beneficiary.  It was also requested that their Attorneys are paid from the death benefits, and the mistake was clearly their error.  When a person passes away and they can no longer defend themselves then I feel that that is desecrating the decision of the dead person, and causing deep hurt for the family. As a result of Minnesota Life Insurance removing the beneficiary it has caused a wide gap within our family and caused suspicions of each other.  If you think your family will be  secure because you feel you  have  your business in order you had better check to make sure.  I never knew that the policy holder has a right to remove or change a beneficiary, so please check. As a mother I have  suffered.  
Entity: Atlant, Georgia
18, Report #461637
Jun 14 2009
04:04 PM
Slim 4 Life Expensive Mistake Minneapolis Minnesota
Joined this program and was told I could get a refund if my doctor advised I not use their program. One month after joining saw my oncologist and he advised not to use this program which I had spent around $2500 to join. I requested a refund and submitted my doctor's report. It was soon clear they had no intention of refunding my money. The doctor it seems must be one of their paid consultants in order for you to get a refund. Do not get sucked in by this hoax. Julie **** Brooklyn Park, MinnesotaU.S.A.
Entity: Minneapolis, Minnesota
19, Report #1156421
Jun 20 2014
10:55 PM
minnesota life insurance company you lied to me st paul mn Nationwide
in was in july 2012.my son was killed by his wife,she had insurance on him .i called the insurance company and was told to wait intill the case went to court and i did that,i all so sent in paper work letting them know that i was  mother .i sent in police report and health history information request.they told me that his wife needed to sign some paper.well they never sent her no paper work.i need that she could nt get  the insurance money but i should have received it,i sent beneficiary statement and certified death certificate, not sure why they needed hishealth history he was only 33 years old,now i am left with helping to take care of his kids,he was a good father worked every day .
Entity: Nationwide
20, Report #1379015
Jun 14 2017
07:46 AM
Bio life plasma Mankato Blood sucking thieves Mankato Minnesota
  Bio life plasma Mankato pays $20 the first donation of the week and 50 for the second the problem is you can't get to all your money because of the car that they use to pay you is in $10 increments which no ATMs around have so therefore you have to pay every time you use the stupid card when you happen to have a week where it's off also they charge You a monthly fee just for having the card therefore if you do get a $50 donation and are able to take it out for whatever reason you have overdraft on said card so therefore you can't get your money you have to use their card and guess what they make money off of it these people are bloodsucking vampires.
Entity: Mankato , Minnesota
21, Report #963024
Nov 01 2012
06:56 AM
life styles deals now .com un authorized deduction on my debit card Internet
checked my bank statement on 10-30-2012 Had a unauthorized deduction for 39.95 Contacted telephone # on statement and they told me a subscribtion  for unknown service. They also could not tell me when I had authorized the transaction. I have never authorized any subscribtion over the internet or in person.
Entity: , Internet
22, Report #1290309
Feb 27 2016
06:45 AM
Minnesota Life Insurance Securian Financial Denied payment on Accidental Death claim St. Paul Minnesota
Minnesota Life Insurance Company is horrible. They sold my deceased long term partner a policy without my knowledge to cover the mortgage knowing his medical history, then refusing to pay the claim after he passed away. Just a heads up. #minnesottalifeinsurance#SecurianFinancialGroup Minnesota Life Insurance CompanyGroup Division ClaimsAttention: _____________Examining SpecialistGroup Division ClaimsP.O. Box 64114St. Paul, MN 55164-0114 Re: Accidental Death ClaimClaim # 1071741Loan with BB & T Dear Ms. K______ On behalf of the Estate of Doug ______ I wish to contest and appeal your denial letter of December 11, 2014. Please advise if I need to secure an attorney to do so, or whether you will undertake a serious reconsideration of this matter at this time without litigation. The language of any insurance policy should be taken and understood in a plain, ordinary and popular sense. Here, Doug bought an accidental death policy as “mortgage insurance” on the house. Now that he has passed away due to an accidental death, your carrier apparently does not wish to honor its obligations. As far as I can see, an accidental death is one the results from an unusual event, unanticipated by everyone involved. Doug’s death fits those criteria. He was not engaging in any hazardous or criminal activity which one might expect to have unfortunate results. There was no act of war or any bizarre happening which fits into the exclusions listed in the policy. Minnesota Life seems to be relying on the overly-broad statement that the benefits will not be paid where death results “directly or indirectly” from any “bodily…infirmity, illness or disease.” If a man has a heart attack when he is hit by a car, because he had a weak heart, would you deny benefits? If he totters on the street due to old age or infirmity, and gets hit by the car, is that denied also? What if a walker slips, and the individual falls and cracks his head? Are these deaths not accidental? Every death, “directly or indirectly” occurs due to a bodily infirmity of sorts. When the heart stops, it is a cardiac event; here, Doug passed due to a respiratory arrest, but the arrest did not “just happen” – it was caused because of vomiting into his CPAP mask – a totally accidental, unforeseen occurrence. Your denial letter references that Doug did not remove the mask and makes the assumption that the mask could not be removed because he was already in some altered state of consciousness. I submit that he could not do so, due to the ordinary occurrence of sleep, and the shocking nature of the event.  Per Merriam-Webster.com, an accidental death is “sudden and violent” and occurs as the result of something unforeseen, a “chance result of an intended act.” Here, the happening of Doug’s demise certainly was both unforeseen, and the chance result of the simple act of trying to sleep better. This was certainly an unexpected and unplanned event. No one was directly “at fault,” unless perhaps the CPAP mask manufacturers should be able to create some sort of mask which anticipates this occurrence, or a physician who should warn of it, but in any event, Doug was not aware that he was engaging in an untoward act.  Does the mere use of any medically-assistive device automatically render the policy void? If so, then perhaps the carrier should never issue a policy to any already-disabled individual. The company should follow better underwriting perhaps to achieve its own goals then, but in this case, there was no problem convincing Doug to purchase the policy and then accepting Doug’s premiums. Now that he has passed, and the death certificate lists the manner of death as “accidental,” it is requested that, per the ordinary man’s understanding of the term and policy, the carrier re-consider its position and issue a check in full payment of the limits. Doug certainly suffered from Parkinson’s disease, with falls and the need for medications – but the inclusion of all of your mentions concerning his ailments is disheartening, as they were clearly unrelated to the happening of his passing. As of his last doctor’s visit, he had shown some improvement, and to speculate that his death occurred simply due to a myocardial infarction is specious and frankly hurtful to his memory. The manner of death was set forth on the death certificate as accidental, and so it must be construed.  Thank you for your reconsideration of this claim. Very truly yours, Francis _______Estate of Douglas_______ North Carolina Department of Insurance****************************** NC Department of InsuranceLife & Health****************************** Minnesota Department of Commerce ******************************AAPD - The American Association of People with Disabilities******************************
Entity: St. Paul, Minnesota
23, Report #146922
Jun 21 2005
09:42 AM
Xpress Rx.com ripoff never received medication Burnsville Internet-Minnesota
I have never received my medication from xpress pharmacy direct. However I was billed for It! I need my credit card credited for the charges that you charged me on april 13 2005. Joseph Campton, KentuckyU.S.A.
Entity: Burnsville, Internet
24, Report #1069768
Jul 24 2013
02:44 PM
Gene Groby Life Alert deception Austin Minnesota
When I was in need of medical services for home monitoring, I was duped by Life Alert with their phrase of we safe a life every 11 seconds.  They do a good job of home monitoring but at a high price and it feels that life alert has the consumer in a choke hold.  If life alert saves a life every 11 seconds, why do they require a 3 year contract? I started a contract with life alert in January of 2011 and tried to cancel the service and was told there is only 2 ways Life Alert will cancel the contract, the customer enters a long term care facility or is on public assistance.  Even in the event the customers death, Life Alert still requires the estate to pay for the duration of the contract, but I found a way to end this contract legally. First, have the phone company suspend your phone number and use a cell phone for the duration, second. contact life alert and tell them you have no phone service and cannot afford to pay for both phone service and life alert services.  Life Alert will say you cannot cancel your contract and than say, contract cellular service companies allow the cancellation of services with a fee. Life alert said if I sent them a check for $180 to their Encino, California office this would start the cancellation.  I sent a personal check and in the memo line I put cancellation fee & life alert account number and a letter stating you wish to cancel the contract you have with them.  When mailing the check to life alert, remember to send the letter by certified mail with return receipt.  Then Life Alert cannot say they did not receive it and when they cash the check, make a copy of the check.  After 3 days contact life alert and see if they received the letter and when they do, they will have ups pick up the unit and ship back to their address.  UPS takes about a week for them to receive and they will call you and say they received the unit and your contract with them is done.
Entity: Austin, Minnesota
25, Report #194652
Jun 03 2006
05:39 PM
Security Life Had life policy for $3000. They payed only $1000 Minnetonka Minnesota
I had a policy on my mother for several years for $3000. When she passed and I claimed they paid only $1000. The primiums were paid up to date. They requested the policy before paying clame. So I have no proof of contract & policy. I sent them the policy as requested. I didn't think it right, I just reluctantly agreed to get my money. Larry Jerome, IdahoU.S.A.
Entity: Minnetonka, Minnesota

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