(520) 882-4330 is a Burial Insurance Scam
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- Transcript This is help for anyone who needs additional life insurance or a burial policy for yourself or your family or a loved one funeral costs have doubled in the last few years but we offer a whole life 1st day coverage policy from 0 to 85 you don't have to be in perfect health we can cover people that have diabetes or high blood pressure or other medical problems whole life premiums never increase and benefits never decrease you also receive a discount prescription card with each policy if you'd like more information at no cost or obligation please press the one key on your phone not interested that's OK Press 2 to be added to our no call list.
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- Call Activity Last detected 7 months ago
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