I think the ad says something like “the only medicare supplement endorsed by aarp” like that’s a good thing. That ain’t much of an endorsement in my book. Their senior savings “benefits” and “discounts for aarp members” isn’t worth it to me. I’d rather pay regular price than support these money grubbing hipocritters.
posted on 02/24/2013 10:44:50 AM PST
(Live the oath you took or get out of office!)
i heard that, and i will NEVER join AARP, but i have used the promo cards they started sending my when i turned 50 for "Senior Discounts" by showing it to some not so bright counter people now and again... 8^)
posted on 02/24/2013 10:50:22 AM PST
(Stand UP and Be Counted, or line up and be numbered - *DTOM* -ww- NO Pity for the LAZY)
If you read the fine print at the AARP website it indicates it will receive a royalty from United Health Care on policies sold to AARP members. In my opinion royalty equates to a kickback.
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