Direct Processing Center – Real Or Senior Scam?

IMPORTANT! Read below…

We are NOT the Direct Processing Center, and are NOT mailing you the postcards and letters you’re receiving.

Please do NOT call us to ask us to stop mailing you.

Instead, continue reading below to learn how to stop future mailings from the Direct Processing Center.

Most likely you’re here because you’ve received a postcard or form from Direct Processing Center in Boise, Idaho.

Perhaps you’re wondering what this is all about? Is this legitimate or a scam?

If so, you’ve found the right article!

Below, I describe everything about the Direct Processing Center in detail.

Let’s begin.

What is the Direct Processing Center All About?

Direct Processing Center, also known as Need-A-Lead and Senior Supplemental Referral Service, is a company based in Boise, Idaho. 

It uses unsolicited mailers as advertising tools for collecting information for insurance companies and sales agents.

Direct Processing Center has been sending postcards to consumers nationwide offering commonly misunderstood information about state-approved programs. 

For example, the benefit information mailers are entitled “Government Benefit Supplement Policy” and marked as state specific and time sensitive. 

They claim that a senior final expense program will help pay for funeral expenses up to $35,000 tax-free. 

The postcards look like urgent official government notices, however, the company is not in any way affiliated with any government agency or state-run program.

The mailer asks the recipients to disclose their and their spouse’s name and age, as well as their phone number and address in order to receive more information about the benefits. 

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They should then sign the prepaid card and send it back to the Direct Processing Center. 

The Better Business Bureau has received a number of reports and complaints regarding the company’s direct mail advertising campaign. 

Direct Processing Center is not BBB accredited and holds an F rating due to its failure to respond to complaints filed against the business.

In addition, the BBB considers the mailers to be a form of deceptive advertising because of their lack of transparency. 

Consumers are not aware that the information they provide would be sold to third parties.

What happens when you send the card back?

The Direct Processing Center cards are a form of disguised solicitation to try to get you to buy life insurance. 

By signing the card, you agree to give your personal information including your age and contact details to insurance companies. 

Once you send back the mailer, you can expect to receive phone calls or emails from life insurance agents trying to sell you their products. 

What should you do if you want life insurance but no salesperson?

There are a few different ways to buy insurance. You can either go through an agent or buy directly from the company, depending on your needs.

If you are interested in life insurance but don’t want an endless supply of salespeople calling and dropping by, we can help!

At Buy Life Insurance For Burial, we help people nationally get burial insurance quotes on:

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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.