AARP's 35 cents a day life insurance

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Yevette

Pulaski, WI

#1 Aug 15, 2011
AARP's 35 cents a day life insurance is reported to be, per $50.00 of insurance per year.
$100,000 of life insurance is then $70.00 a day, or $25,550 a year. In less than 4 years time, if you are still alive....... you are a looser. You are a looser no matter how many multiples of the 35 cent insurance you buy.

Here's the rest of the good news. Your coverage will never go up, if your cost will never go down.
Milw Taxpayer

Waukesha, WI

#2 Aug 17, 2011
What did you expect from AARP? They have been ripping off old farts for many,many years

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