Mary Reitzell says the $17 a month insurance ad she spotted in the Pennysaver was far cheaper than the $70 she was paying. Once she got down to the insurance broker’s office?
“They’re like wolves on sheep when you walk in there,” she recalls.
No $17 insurance was available for her. Instead she’d have to pay $80 in up front fees, then $67 a month. That was only if she lied saying she had a husband.
The Better Business Bureau’s Gary Almond says few people would ever qualify for these prices. He says these ads prey on the vulnerable.
“This is really victimizing people that don’t know any better; the young, the inexperienced, the desperate,” Almond said.
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