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☢ warning from the Better Business Bureau ☢

Posted by on May. 24, 2010 at 9:07 AM
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Scams vs what you want from a company-interview with the BBB

by on May. 24, 2010 at 9:07 AM
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by on May. 25, 2010 at 4:29 PM

I really feel that this is something that will be taking over the USA. In other countries you cant even get in a car and drive with out a legal care plan.


by on May. 26, 2010 at 9:33 AM

Found this on the FTC website.

THIS IS AN EPIDEMIC! Its not "if" it will happen" its "when it will happen".

Listen to the headache these people went through! It can happen to you!

As a Pre-Paid Legal associate you will let people know there is help, they wont have to go through this alone like these people did!

Dide you hear that?

It was so much for that woman, she almost gave up trying to get her life back!

We have partnered with KROLL,They were the ones that assisted in the Kuwaiti government investigation of Saddam Hussein's financial network and were responsible for the restructuring of Enron; to protect you and restore your ID and your families ID if something were to happen. Peace of mind right?

Talk about having friends in high places :0)


by on May. 27, 2010 at 7:25 AM

Medical Identity Theft

Could identity thieves be using your personal and health insurance information to get medical treatment, prescription drugs or surgery? Could dishonest people working in a medical setting be using your information to submit false bills to insurance companies? Medical identity theft is a twist on traditional identity theft, which happens when someone steals your personal information. Like traditional identity theft, medical ID theft can affect your finances; but it also can take a toll on your health.

The Ill Effects of Medical Identity Theft

How would you know if your personal, health, or health insurance information has been compromised? According to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the nation's consumer protection agency, you may be a victim of medical identity theft if:

    * you get a bill for medical services you didn't receive;
    * a debt collector contacts you about medical debt you don't owe;
    * you order a copy of your credit report and see medical collection notices you don't recognize;
    * you try to make a legitimate insurance claim and your health plan says you've reached your limit on benefits; or
    * you are denied insurance because your medical records show a condition you don't have.

Medical identity theft may change your medical and health insurance records: Every time a thief uses your identity to get care, a record is created with the imposter's medical information that could be mistaken for your medical information – say, a different blood type, an inaccurate history of drug or alcohol abuse, test results that aren't yours, or a diagnosis of an illness, allergy or condition you don't have. Any of these could lead to improper treatment, which in turn, could lead to injury, illness or worse.

See more at FTC.GOV

With todays medical insurance costs,lay offs, benefit cuts this is one of the highest reported type of thefts.

According to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), identity theft cost consumers and businesses $52.6 billion in 2004 alone.

But for most victims, the financial damage is minimal compared to the emotional stress they face as they work through an often confusing process to restore their name and credit.

At pre-paid legal our services take care of this for you, upon new membership activation you will get your credit report for your review so take a good look!

At any signs of problems the service providers will alert you. Taking control of the situation.

by on May. 28, 2010 at 8:49 AM

Its been getting attention from employers more and more since 1995, but we still only have 3% penetrtion!

97 out of 100 do not have PPL!

And whats awesome? You can also train to provide services to business.



Let m tell you one thing, my lawyer is agressive, these are not low grade lawyers, for what our group pays, we interviewed and scrutinized them-because we wanted the best!

Emma Weekly-Work @ Home Specialist
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