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I have submitted a claim to Bankers Life for my parent, who is in an assisted living facility. He has dementia and corroborated by his doctor. I completed all documentation, and heard from their representative that he in ineligible because the nurse she spoke with at...
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Anonymous
#736902

My friend is 88 years old. She signed up for Bankers Life app. 20 years ago.

Now, she can't bathe herself, needs transportation, can't cook for herself,

Actually, needs full time help getting around. She's still paying the premium,

plus $700.00 a week, which she gets back about 3 months later and has a caretaker for 7-8 hours a week that goes out and buys her meals. Is this what Bankers life has to offer. I'm glad I didn't go with them... Not a good investment by any means......

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#335406 Review #335406 is a subjective opinion of poster.

Bankers Life And Casualty Company in Houston, Texas - Bankers Life & Casualty scam

Company will send you a bill that they threaten to inforce for money paid to you after you leave this crooked company !! The corporate officers enjoy a lavish lifestyle on the benefits on stealing from you. You will bust your butt to make sales, then wait forever to get paid, then once the corruptness is exposed and you quit, you will have to pay back money they say is theirs !!!! Its amazing to me that this scam of a company has not been shut down yet!! I let everybody I know in on Bankers little ponzy scheme they have going. It will be a great help to the world when companies like this are dismantled.
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Anonymous
#570152

i just recently saw a video several weeks ago with al hawkins teaching you how to cold call people from a supposed medicare inquiry. hmm.

what a waste? after 2 attempts at passing my licensing exam, $150, actual license $300, finger prints $75 and another $60 on business cards i waited 2 weeks for. i've seen another agent at the office calling people off of the phone book, maybe she didn't want to sell policies to family and friends like they are still forcing me to do. this really concerns me.

thank god i still have my full time job, oh and by the way they wanted me to leave that too.

anyone with any advice i will gladly take it. i feel like i am stuck because i i've spent some money and feel like it's a waste if i do not move forward.

Anonymous
#519665

:grin I used to work for them and Just recently found out top 10 agents were let go about a year ago including the Branch manager Al hawkins for curruptive, and illegal accounts activities...all his top ten agents making 1 million a month let go or fired scams from illegal notrary signing, or applicaiton processing, forced or aggressive methods to elderly or not cognitive people. Even his side kick marlon was caught downloading all accounts profiles to try and take to Al hawkins new business he is trying to start up again with Bankers info...isnt that illegal too...his ex fiance forced to stay away from him and all his plan and descrete production all came tumbling down..

I wonder if he still drives a maserati ? LOL hey lavish life is okay if you work hard for it but not off illegal apps, or praying on elderly people...dont work here Bellevue branch was reorganized but hopefully legal now

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#334395 Review #334395 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Ditto to what most everyone else has said. I posted a resume for a specific unrelated job on Monster.com and they responded with an email and phone call. The lady on the phone barely spoke english and the reception was broken (call from the Phillipines perhaps). The...
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Anonymous
#571888

Stefanie,

Don't be fooled...

Check the paperwork he signed....he will owe the company the money back if he quits within a certain time period. Guaranteed!!!

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#332792 Review #332792 is a subjective opinion of poster.
I updated my information in Monster to reflect that I am looking for part time work. I wrote it on my resume CLEARLY, and on my cover letter. The next day I received an email from Bankers stating that they wanted to schedule a time to interview me. So I scheduled a...
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Anonymous
#525820

I just went to an interview with this place the other day and it was rediculous. Be happy that you got kicked out early.

They said the group thing was going to be 15 mins and the group thing turned into 2 hours. 2 hours of my life wasted. All this company is is a big ol pyramid sceme. People make money off of the elderly and I think that they may be scamming the elderly.

We are supposed to protect our elderly, and after reading posts on this website, it seems like all Bankers is trying to do is make money off of the elderly. I checked them out after the fact and they are not even part of the BBB. But most of the elderly do not know or have access to check the BBB, and some elderly will sign papers without talking to their children first.

I cannot believe that a company is scamming the elderly and getting away with it. I will make sure that everyone that I know will never sign with this company.

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#330998 Review #330998 is a subjective opinion of poster.
I updated my information in XXX (resume database) to reflect that I am looking for part time work. I wrote it on my resume CLEARLY, and on my cover letter. The next day I received an email from Bankers stating that they wanted to schedule a time to interview me. So...
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#330994 Review #330994 is a subjective opinion of poster.
This company is a F'n joke!!! They are all "Beauty school dropouts" of the insurance industry. Successful licensed agents work at New York Life, Met Life, Prudential, etc. Bankers Life employs anyone who can pass a back ground check and has a heartbeat. They...
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anticorporate
#877561

Is the sentence referring to New York Life saying that they are much more legit? Just curious. They contacted me about being an agent.

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#329475 Review #329475 is a subjective opinion of poster.
I received "the" phone call that everyone else had gotten. Some woman I could hardly understand reading a script. I basically said yes to get off the phone and have been dying to start working again. It was with trepidation that I say okay, so I googled the company. ...
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Anonymous
#506207

No, there is no salary at all. it is 100% commission.

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#325162 Review #325162 is a subjective opinion of poster.

Bankers Life And Casualty Company in Louisville, Kentucky - Bankers life insurance 6/15/12

I was also called today. However, I was not lied too, just upfront, I didn't want the "op" to sell. I was very direct. That helps get through the bs. I think that when you get calls like these, ask, what is the position? Cold calls involved? Benefits included? simple and fast, is there a license involved? The answers were honest but not what I wanted so, it is that easy. If you go to an insurance interview, what do think Insurance companies do??? I was polite, and they were polite. I have unfortunately have been called by real bs'ers who really try to sell me into franchises with my own credit, which I thought was funny, I wonder how much these internet resume surfers are getting paid? Good luck to everyone out there.
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#325000 Review #325000 is a subjective opinion of poster.
I just wanted to add my voice to the chorus of others who are saying these idiots have been culling resumes off the big websites like monster. I got a canned call from a guy who sounded Indian. I recognized the game from my brief time working at Aflac (NEVER work for...
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#324817 Review #324817 is a subjective opinion of poster.
I just got a similar call on 6-14-12 from a man who called himself Jay Harris. He was foreign also and said he wanted to talk to me about my resume and job opportunities. So I binged the company, "Bankers Life and Casualty" and got a line that said "scam". So for...
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Anonymous
#536109

Margaurit, the manager/BSM will be an interesting interview. She is an old pro at selling the story.

Don't be fooled.

I bet that office still smells as funky as it always did, a cross between sweat, tears, and rotten bananas. If they convince you to become a phone slave, lying to the seniors, be sure to bring Lysol to spray that phone.

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