(239) 431-3452 is a Business Scam
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- Transcript This is a message for insurance and financial professionals if you are not 1 please dial 9 to opt out now isn't it time to offer your client's built in no cost living benefits protection Hi this is Amy with a ID partners group did you know that every 20 seconds a new case of cancer is diagnosed every 40 seconds an American suffers a coronary event and every $66.00 seconds someone developed Alzheimer's if something like this happens to your client living benefits can be a game changer health risks are reality are your clients protected between the amount spent on care and the potential lost wages illnesses can have a detrimental financial impact on quality of life at any stage the A.G. partners group quality of life portfolio features some of the most comprehensive no cost living benefits in the industry and I'd like to email you 3 things to consider a carrier comparisons you can see how we stack up along with an info graphic on health risks you can share with clients and our Living Benefits information if you press 1 leave your name number and email will get the sent out to you today you can also call our sales desk if you prefer at 809.
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