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Willie M Godley applied for a life insurance policy on December 7, 2012. He also signed a medical release that stated his medical records would be used to determine his eligibility for coverage and benefits. Bankers approved his policy and provided a copy on January 14, 2013. Mr. Godley died 90 days after his policy was issued. After a claim for benefits was submitted, Bankers performed a medical review and declared the policy null and void due to misrepresentation. Bankers failed to uphold South Carolina law that dictates an insurer cannot declare a policy null and void unless the insurer can prove intent to defraud. Now, Bankers cannot declare the policy void and yet still refuses to settle the case of Sabrina D Davis v. Bankers Life And Casualty Company(Court of Appeals 17-1869). Because this company refuses to settle this case I have setup an account on GoFundMe.com my fight against big insurance,
I was contacted by Bankers after they "picked up my resume on CareerBuilder" to be invited for an interview. Nothing wrong with that, however here are the warning signs: 1. The person contacting me sounded like she was reading from a script. She was unable to give...
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Anonymous
#1752694

I’d lump them in the insurance mlms. I had just gotten my insurance license and was looking on indeed.

Bankers life contacted me and set up an interview. I went to the 1st interview thinking it would be a normal style interview. I was lead into a room where a bunch of other people were also waiting for an interview. The room was filled with 70” TVs and iPads and other expensive electronics and prizes.

They talked about the job to all of us which mostly focused on all the sales insensitives surrounding us that were so much they had to store them there and free vacations for top earners and how he just got a 50k bonus check from the company. At the end they had us take quiz/survey type things that tell how good you’d be at the job and what kind of sales person you’d be. For the second interview I was told I “aced the test”...I’m sure now everyone did. The second interview didn’t want to know anything about me or my work history.

It was just them asking me for my questions so they could brag while answering them. Then I got a 3rd interview where I was told they’d love to have me. But my license wasn’t enough. I ended up paying out of my pocket for their online company and product specific training.

Once I paid for and completed that I started working. I was an independent contractor with no wages or PTO or benefits. Yet I was required to be In The office cold calling people from 745 am to 4 pm but couldn’t leave at 4 pm without a speech about how I can’t succeed And am not dedicated enough if I don’t stay late (keep in mind I had a baby at home and was not an employee I was an independent contractor with no w4 and no compensation or overtime for paying late pick-up fees to do so at the daycare and not being home with my baby) I also had to pay monthly fees to use their office supplies since I wasn’t an employee even though I was literally required to be there and use their stuff. I noticed all the big expensive prizes were gone and then noticed it was empty boxes kept in a back closet and carried to the interview room for their presentations where they then told interviews that they had so many prizes and insentives that they had no choice but to store them in the conference/ interview room.

They started asking if I knew anyone else that would want to get their license and join. They wanted me to make a list of family and friends in the job market so they could reach out. I made $45 in a month there and spent more than that to start. Not to mention all the gas from forcing me to spend my nights and weekends driving to a town 2 hours away to cold door knock with no pay since.

And the you’re not trying hard enough or dedicated enough speech for the 2 days I couldn’t drive to the town 2 hours away for cold door knocking sales because I didn’t have the gas money because there was no paychecks and I had to buy diapers for the baby.

And the list of addresses was from some database of all people in that zip code over the age of 65. They target the elderly in lower income areas with fixed incomes trying to talk them into buying or switching insurance

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#192456 Review #192456 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Well let me first say that this company does some nasty things to people. I was called for an interview with this company, so I was of course psyched, I was told it was for a management position, so I promptly show up for my interview, to find out it was with a class...
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Anonymous
#899128

Thanks, Sincerely to all of you.

I was also offered a position with this company this morning.

I notice that all calls are recorded for quality insurance.

Very concerned about some of this LIFE INSURANCE Co.

Thank you for the heads up.

I certainly do not want to waste anytime.

I have two small girls so this information is greatly appreciated.

GREAT WORK PPLE -2014 ( I too have done the research! ) the research

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#158019 Review #158019 is a subjective opinion of poster.

Bankers Life And Casualty Company - BIGGEST MISTAKE

1.3
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I don’t have the time to type all the wrong things with this. this total shame/pyramid screen will screw you over before you even have a chance to take advantage of the “training”. They will eff anyone over for not that much money. They teach you how to dance around compliance. That is how they “make the money”. By “helping people” they do not help anyone but their pocket books
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#1683212 Review #1683212 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Service
Bankers Life And Casualty Company Sales Representative
Cons
  • Fake interview
  • Runaround
  • Lies from customer service
Reason of review
Work Experience or Job Application
Loss
$5
Preferred solution
Stop screwing people over
Tags
  • Good luck
  • Bankers Insurance
  • Deceitful Salesman
1.0
Details
I’d lump them in the insurance mlms. I was looking on indeed. Bankers life contacted me and set up an interview. I went to the 1st interview thinking it would be a normal style interview. I was lead into a room where a bunch of other people were also waiting for an...
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#1663123 Review #1663123 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Service
Bankers Life And Casualty Company Recruitment
I recieved a call from Bankers on Friday 1/16/2011. I will be atteneding a 630pm interview and will repost how it goes. There is a spot in Traverse city, 800 Hastings. I will NOT dress up, due to the fact of all this information AND a friend of mine went their a few...
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Anonymous
#1067193

I work for Bankers Life in traverse city now. It is not a scam.

They do need you account information to deposit 1 cent, so that they have your information for direct deposit. Bankers has been very good to me.

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#216699 Review #216699 is a subjective opinion of poster.

Bankers Life And Casualty Company in Ankeny, Iowa - Bait and switch

1.0
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Woman called on friday to make an appointment about dropping off information about medicare for 10:00 on saturday (her phone number 5152377591). On saturday i missed a call from a guy (5154509338) at 9:00 a.m. that HE wanted to come early. NOT MY IDEA OF DOING BUSINESS! NEVER BANKERS LIFE!!
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#1653955 Review #1653955 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Service
Bankers Life And Casualty Company Health Insurance
Reason of review
Bad quality

Bankers Life And Casualty Company in Woburn, Massachusetts - Long term care insurance questions

3.8
Details
It seems for months I couldn’t get our bankers check. But now we’ve got it and I am not pissed. The only thing is is that our checks are to the First of the month. So it took forever to get my check I have to say your staff was wonderful.
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#1643810 Review #1643810 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Service
Massmutual Long Term Disability Insurance
Reason of review
Good customer service
I was offered a health and life insurance job at this company about ten years ago. They insisted that I start working there before I had the opportunity to sit for my national exam. A hiring rep assured me that I would get paid while I was on the job training, while I...
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#1702587 Review #1702587 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Cons
  • No training salary
  • Runaround
Reason of review
It happened in 2010 and I never sued when I should have.
Loss
$2
Preferred solution
Close your doors for business before you put someone else in a life threatening situation
Tags
  • Deception
  • Bankers Insurance
1.2
Details
No words for how upset I am. Mom had a policy since 1951 (my dad worked for BL from 1951 through at least 1969). She died in March, I she had made me the beneficiary as one of my brother's had passed in 1996, the other had borrowed lots of money, so she changed to...
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#1522515 Review #1522515 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Service
Bankers Life And Casualty Company Life Insurance
Cons
  • This company made no effort to pay what was due
  • Claims process
Reason of review
Poor customer service
Loss
$667
Preferred solution
Let the company propose a solution
Tags
  • Bankers Insurance

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Bankers Life and Casualty Company
111 East Wacker Drive Suite 2100
Chicago, Illinois 60601-4508
United States
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(800) 231-9150
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