We often hear stories of sorrow regarding evil life insurance companies.
Stories that depict how a person paid thousands of dollars in premium only to have the insurance company steal all their cash and cancel their coverage.
But does it really happen that way?
Anything is possible I suppose, however, when we took a look at a couple of whole life insurance policies that have not been paid as planned over the years we discovered something a bit different.
Turns out that participating whole life is indeed a special product that can “limp” along for years while the client pays a fraction of what was the initial planned premium.
Hmmm…that doesn't align with the stories of woe we see the media reporting, in fact, its pretty amazing.
But how and why does it work that way?
Listen to find out.
Brantley is a practicing life insurance agent and has been for nearly 18 years. After years of trying to sell like his sales managers wanted him to, he discovered that people want to buy life insurance if you actually explain the benefits.
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