When it comes to business, including health insurance, nothing…absolutely nothing is FREE. I get so tired of hearing the TV pitchmen shouting FREE! New Medicare insurance now available with FREE DENTAL! FREE HEARING! FREE MEALS! FREE! FREE! AND MORE FREE! Today, I got a cold call offering me FREE benefits! I thought, this is not right. That person just might not know what coverage I need, or know the best doctors in the area, or know much of nothing to HELP me, not SELL me. Why is it they can shout FREE on TV when Medicare tells me this is not an acceptable practice?

Please believe me while today’s Medicare Advantage policies come with lots of extra benefits but THEY ARE NOT FREE. Most of us are paying about $145 a month or more through Social Security to support the Medicare system, so none of this is just free. I represent some fine companies, but each one is unique. It is my job to find the best coverage to fit my client’s needs. That is what I do, and I want to continue to do it the right way. I spoke to one of my clients today who recently received SIX COLD CALLS offering her new free benefits if she would sign up. She told me she couldn’t even speak a word as they rambled on about all the benefits she could have if she just agreed to their proposals.. I am sure some of you have had the same or similar experiences that leave a bad taste in your mouth when it comes to health insurance. This really disturbs me. I work with a fine group of professional agents who know the right way to assist a beneficiary. I AM GLAD TO BE ONE OF THAT GROUP. THERE IS NO FREE LUNCH.

  • Lou Reinitz LJR Insurance Solutions ljrinsurance.com

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