American Benefits Calls Review: Legit Or Scam?
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We are NOT American Benefits Company and are NOT calling you!
Please do NOT call us to ask us to stop mailing you.
Instead, carefully read the steps below to learn more about how the American Benefits Company works and is all about and how to stop future mailings.
Most likely you’re here today because you are receiving calls from a so-called “American Benefits” company about final expense life insurance.
You may be wondering whether this is a legitimate company or a scam. Or perhaps you want to know how to stop them from calling you.
You’ve come to the right place!
In this article, I’ll explain what the American Benefits calls are about and what you can do to stop them.
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Bottom Line on American Benefits Calls
The calls you’re receiving from so-called “American Benefits” are in fact telemarketing calls.
You’re offered information about final expense life insurance products approved in your state. Sometimes the calls are about other products like term insurance, burial plots, or medical alert equipment.
The representative informs you that if you’re interested in learning more about their services, a local agent will call you back with more information.
Are these calls actually coming from a real-life company named American Benefits?
The answer is no.
The calls you’re receiving are not coming from American Benefits, although there is a tech company with the same name as well as an actual insurance company called American Senior Benefits.
The calls are from a telemarketing group that is identifying itself as American Benefits.
Although it looks like the calls are coming from a local number, these calling centers are often located internationally, in the Philippines, India, and Pakistan.
What can I do to prevent receiving the American Benefits calls?
There are several things you can do to prevent receiving the false American Benefits calls:
- Register your home or mobile phone number for free with the National Do Not Call Registry. The registration never expires and you can register up to three numbers.
- Sign up for a robocall blocking service with your carrier. AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon offer free services that you can sign up for to help reduce unwanted calls.
- Download a robocall blocker app such as Hiya, Nomorobo, or Truecaller to filter the incoming calls.
- Download the AT&T Call Protect app. It will help you detect and block potentially fraudulent calls.
What should I do if I receive an American Benefits telemarketing call?
If you receive a telemarketing call from American Benefits, you may try the following:
- Don’t engage in conversation and make it clear from the start that you don’t wish to be contacted in the future.
- If you have registered with the National Do Not Call Registry, but you continue receiving telemarketing calls after 30 days from the registration date, you can file a complaint.
- Report scam calls to the National Consumers League Fraud Center, the Federal Trade Commission, and/or the Federal Communications Commission.
- Make sure not to disclose any personal information to telemarketers, no matter whether the call seems suspicious or not.
What do I do if I’m interested in purchasing final expense life insurance?
If you’re interested in purchasing final expense life insurance to cover your burial and cremation costs, we at Buy Life Insurance For Burial can help!
We help people nationally get burial insurance quotes on:
- Yourself or your spouse
- Your parents
- Elderly people 86 and older
- Your siblings and adult children
- People in bad health using no questions asked life insurance.
To get our help, do the following:
- Fill out the form at the top of your phone, or on the right side of your computer monitor, to learn more about what programs you may qualify for, or,
- Call 888-626-0439 now and speak to one of our friendly representatives about the options you may qualify for.