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Oblivious Carrier Tricks

August 8th, 2017 Insurance
This isn’t really a big deal, but I sometimes wonder about Home Office Critters and whether they actually read what they write.

Case in point:

I’m currently working on a Retirement Income Disability plan quote for a physician (like this). So as I’m reading through the proposal (to be fair, not from the carrier in that link), I notice among the included benefits:


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Um, no you won’t.

/sigh.

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