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My financial adviser is with Bankers Life & Casualty (Topeka Office) and his superior, both have not being honest with me, were giving me the runaround, and made 'promises' to return my calls, and neither my agent or his superior followed through with returning...
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#721875 Review #721875 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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  • Customer service - poor
  • Ripping off seniors
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Poor customer service
Bankers Life is a good place to work if you are a young white male and you can smooze the boss above you well. It has an "Old boys club" mentality. It is a good place to start your career in insurance sales for maybe a year. Get the training and then bolt. They really...
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Anonymous
#466366

:grin Bankers is a reputable company with many good successful agents.....and when you read a negative review just know not everyone can be an insurance agent let alone a successful one. It requires hard work, long hours, and commitment! No need to bash a company just because you didn't make the cut!

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#304939 Review #304939 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Bankers Life And Casualty Company Life Insurance
Bankers Life is not a good career choice. There are massive complaints about this company from employees and consumers. Read the advice and listen. Do not waste your valuable time and money to work for this company. The managers are working with an "old boys...
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Anonymous
#484015

I have a second interview w Bankers on friday. I was impressed with the 1st meeting put on with Mr Fordham. I agree with many things that he said..including..there is no place to hide...if you dont work you will be spotted very quickly...many people who work hourly wages tend to let others hold them up or do just enough to get by...if you arent hungry,eager or self motivated or service oriented I can see this aint the business for you.

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#304935 Review #304935 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Beware to all people interested in a career in insurance. This company is not interested in keeping you for a long term career. They recruit new agents constantly wanting you to stay only 2-3 years enough to build up a client base. Then they harass the agents into...
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Anonymous
#466387

:grin That is so correct not everyone makes the cut and they cry about later making negative reviews! never asking themselves why they didn't make the cut?

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#297867 Review #297867 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Bankers Life And Casualty Company Life Insurance
I worked at Bankers Life for 2 years as an agent. I was committed to spending a long career there. But after working hard to build up a client base a new manager came in and wanted to get rid of the experienced people so he could take their clients. I found out that...
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#454160

Unfortunately Christina it is the company that is at fault. I also worked at Bankers.

Yes, there are definitely good people there but the people who make the ultimate decisions make alot of poor ones.

Even if you sell and service a client very well it doesnt matter how nice your manager is he cant make the big wigs pay your clients claims and you definitley cant either. So no matter how "good" you think your branch office is eventually you will find out how unethical the company actually is.

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#291770 Review #291770 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Bankers Life And Casualty Company Life Insurance

Bankers Life And Casualty Company in Austin, Texas - The company focuses exclusively on DEFRAUDING senior Americans

100% focused of taking advantage of naive trusting people. They talk seniors into trusting them and then sell them policies that defraud them to the limits of legality. Trying to just close the accounts and take the loss, is a battle. They always have a reason to make you reapply the withdrawel application because a vague form is missing... over and over. Details are always unknown by them. One office has to "Write" to another office to see what the problem is otherwise they dont have access to the information needed. (IT'S UNBELIEVABLE they can get away with this).
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Anonymous
#86587

Attorney Joe, what law firm are you with in what state and what states does this class action cover, also can you say how many people you're representing at this time. It is a serious matter to me and from what I'm reading to a lot of others, the preying on the elderly and mentally challenged for personal gains.

So for a lot of us on this forum, you need to post on this site, "add complaint" at the top of this page and let us all in on what your intentions. Mine is to be a tank to stop Bankers from taking advantage of as many families as possible like they did me & my family.

I lost thousands after dealing with three agents and of course they no longer work for the company. Personally I hope they're all three homeless, SOB's.

Anonymous
#86063

I am one of several attorneys involved in a class action against Bankers Life related to its senior sales practices. As part of our investigation, I am interested in speaking with anyone (except current employees/agents of Bankers Life) that has factual information related to the practices of Bankers Life. You can contact me at jkronawitter@hab-law.com.

Anonymous
#85987

It's unbelievable what *** bag agents have done to many seniors all over the US The agents & employees with Bankers Life & has to be doomed to a very hot eternity. I hope!!

I hate this company with every fiber in my body.

Does anyone know what can be done to bring attention to B.L.

frauding the elderly, that is effective???

I'll be the first in line to sign my name to a class action lawsuit. I don't want any of my money back if I could just see this company OUT OF BUSINESS!!!

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#161463 Review #161463 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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