Senior Supplemental Referral Service – Is This A Scam?

Having your life insurance coverage cancel because you get too old can REALLY make you mad!

Most likely you’re here because you’ve received a postcard from a company called “Senior Supplemental Referral Service.”

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 Senior Supplemental Referral Service in detail.

Let’s begin.

What is the Senior Supplemental Referral Service All About?

Senior Supplemental Referral Service sends official-looking postcards to citizens between the ages of 50 and 80. 

The pink mailer says that you may qualify for a state-regulated program to pay for your final expenses. 

The program will allegedly cover 100% of all funeral expenses up to $35,000, and the benefit is tax free in your state. 

To obtain more information about the benefits, you are required to return the card to the Senior Supplemental Referral Service, P.O.Box in Boise, Idaho, within five days. 

You are asked to fill in your name, address, phone number and age, as well as the name and age of your spouse and sign the card before returning it. 

Because of their reference to time-sensitive information and state-specific benefits, the mailers appear to be official documents from a governmental agency. 

However, the small print at the bottom of the card discloses that the company is not affiliated with or endorsed by any government agency. 

In reality, the recipients don’t really know who is contacting them and why.

Better Business Bureau has alerted consumers nationwide of deceptive mailings from Senior Supplemental Referral Service. The company’s misleading advertising campaign led to its BBB Accreditation resignation in 2018 and an F rating.

What happens when you send the card back?

Mailing the postcards is the means for Senior Supplemental Referral Service to collect your personal data for life insurance sellers. 

The card you receive in the mail indicates that you may be contacted by licensed insurance agents. 

Once they have obtained your contact information and your signature, they can get in touch by phone or mail and try to sell you their products. 

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

If you don’t wish to be contacted by a salesperson when buying life insurance, there are other alternatives. 

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

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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, or,
  • Call 888-626-0439 now and speak to one of our friendly representatives on what options you may qualify for.
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