Diversified Companies Complaint Review: Diversified Companies Diversified Final Expense, Diversified Marketing, Diversified Health

Don’t sell insurance only for these people, but sell it for their families. The Diversified Companies Final Expense program is here to help positively impact lives for everyone. For a life insurance policy, you will be spending x amount per month to be covered for thousands. Life insurance isn’t something to be pissed or angry about; it should be considered as one of the necessities you need to make sure you’re financially covered in the case of an unfortunate happening (such as the use of car insurance or health insurance).

People don’t realize how (God forbid) stressful and angry planning a funeral can become. Without including the cost of the funeral itself, you will have to answer dozens of questions on behalf of the deceased and it will leave you without the opportunity to actually mourn the death of your loved one. Our licensed Final Expense agents make sure that they can sit down with each and every family they make appointments with to fully help them plan out everything.

Why enroll in life insurance? Is it a business scam that should be ignored? On average, a funeral costs between $8,000-$12,000. Without any life insurance, guess who’s responsible to pay that cost: you. When the unfortunate day comes by where Uncle David passed away and you have the funeral planned, are you going to inform their life insurance company of their passing or are you going to put the bill on your credit card? You’ll be remembering Uncle David for a few years + interest in monthly payments.

Everyone deserves to mourn for their loved ones, and that’s what Diversified is there to do; they want to alleviate the stress and baggage that comes with planning a funeral and make the experience as simple as possible for everyone. They truly believe in “Positively Impacting Lives”.

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The Diversified Companies : Don’t sell Insurance for these people

Don’t sell insurance only for these people, but sell it for their families. The Diversified Companies Final Expense program is here to help positively impact lives for everyone. For a life insurance policy, you will be spending x amount per month to be covered for thousands. Life insurance isn’t something to be pissed or angry about; it should be considered as one of the necessities you need to make sure you’re financially covered in the case of an unfortunate happening (such as the use of car insurance or health insurance).

People don’t realize how stressful and angry planning a funeral can become. Including the cost of the funeral itself, you will have to answer dozens of questions on behalf of the deceased and it will leave you without the opportunity to actually mourn the death of your loved one. Our licensed Final Expense agents make sure that they can sit down with each and every family they make appointments with to fully help them plan out everything.

Why enroll in life insurance? Is it a business scam that should be ignored? On average, a funeral costs between $8,000-$12,000. Without any life insurance, guess who’s responsible to pay that cost: you. When the unfortunate day comes by where Uncle David passed away and you have the funeral planned, are you going to inform their life insurance company of their passing or are you going to put the bill on your credit card? You’ll be remembering Uncle David for a few years + interest in monthly payments.

Everyone deserves to mourn for their loved ones, and that’s what Diversified is there to do; they want to alleviate the stress and baggage that comes with planning a funeral and make the experience as simple as possible for everyone. They truly believe in “Positively Impacting Lives”.

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Diversified Companies – Don’t sell Insurance for these people

Don’t sell insurance only for these people, but sell it for their families. The Diversified Companies Final Expense program is here to help positively impact lives for everyone. For a life insurance policy, you will be spending x amount per month to be covered for thousands. Life insurance isn’t something to be pissed or angry about; it should be considered as one of the necessities you need to make sure you’re financially covered in the case of an unfortunate happening (such as the use of car insurance or health insurance).

People don’t realize how (God forbid) stressful and angry planning a funeral can become. Without including the cost of the funeral itself, you will have to answer dozens of questions on behalf of the deceased and it will leave you without the opportunity to actually mourn the death of your loved one. Our licensed Final Expense agents make sure that they can sit down with each and every family they make appointments with to fully help them plan out everything.

Why enroll in life insurance? Is it a business scam that should be ignored? On average, a funeral costs between $8,000-$12,000. Without any life insurance, guess who’s responsible to pay that cost: you. When the unfortunate day comes by where Uncle David passed away and you have the funeral planned, are you going to inform their life insurance company of their passing or are you going to put the bill on your credit card? You’ll be remembering Uncle David for a few years + interest in monthly payments.

Everyone deserves to mourn for their loved ones, and that’s what Diversified is there to do; they want to alleviate the stress and baggage that comes with planning a funeral and make the experience as simple as possible for everyone. They truly believe in “Positively Impacting Lives”.

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Diversified Companies – Diversified Final Expense

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This is a company based out of Bloomfield, NJ. You can work for us two ways: either as an already licensed agent or as an aspiring agent where we help you sign up for classes to study for your state license exam. Our agents that sell final expense insurance are some of the greatest agents in the industry, and their numbers show it.

Our agents work off leads that are mail-in cards that were filled out by interested seniors and families that request information about our Final Expense options. Our agents call them, set up a day and time to visit said family, and then visit them to discuss what options they have to enroll in life insurance.

We aren’t just a company who aims to  sign up as many names possible for only a paycheck, but we are a company that focuses on the emotional impact of families and want to help them be able to spend their days able to grief over the death of a family member rather than have to wonder and worry about the financial burden that occurs during the death of a relative (God forbid).

When Uncle David passes away, 500 questions are left at that moment- what did he want? What is she going to wear? Is he going to have her gold earrings on? Who is coming to the wake? Did he want to be buried or cremated? We at Diversified Companies have the best agents in the Final Expense field help that family out with our Dignity Planning book, which families can easily fill out before hand and then just hand over to the funeral organizer.

We can be seen as sales, we can be seen as insurance agents, but what we can’t be seen is like every other company out there who doesn’t care about actually impacting the lives of their clients. We care about “Positively Impacting Lives”, and it’s not our vision statement, but it’s how we live.

From us to our agents, we want to thank you all for helping us build an emotional connection with our clientele and also for truly, TRULY Positively Impacting Lives.

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Annual Thanksgiving Basket Brigade Feeds Families In Need

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(From left to right: Dan Rose, Erin Rose, Courtney McLaughlin, Kevin McLaughlin, James Ferraioli, Guillermo Gonzalez, Jamie Mazza, Nick Mazza)

For the last 3 years, Clifton born-and-raised Dan Rose,30, of The Diversified Companies in Bloomfield, with the help of his two friends Nick Mazza and Ryan Brady of Revive LLC, have been holding an Annual “Basket Brigade”. Every Saturday and Sunday before Thanksgiving since 2013, they traveled around North Jersey to a few towns (Clifton, Paterson, Bloomfield, Woodland Park, etc.) delivering baskets full of Thanksgiving Meals to families in need.

This Annual Basket Brigade was inspired by the one originally organized by the world-renowned Tony Robbins. Dan Rose had attended a seminar of his in Secaucus, NJ during 2010 in which he had first been informed of it. In 2013, Dan attended the same seminar with both Nick and Ryan. They had agreed amongst themselves to try and replicate the same act of generosity in their own community.

Their very own “Basket Brigade” is organized by funding through popular online platforms such as GoFundMe and Venmo. With the money they raised this year, the responsibility was shared amongst Dan and his two friends to go out and buy 25 of everything that they deem necessary for a true Thanksgiving Dinner (photos included).  Once the baskets are full, local churches are contacted so that arrangements can be made to try and deliver these meals to any families that are struggling this year and don’t have the opportunity of affording a traditional “Thanksgiving Dinner” to eat.

  “We call different churches in the area and ask for any families that are struggling. They’ve even said ‘if you didn’t come, we wouldn’t have a Thanksgiving ‘ ” – Dan Rose

What do they do with any excess money that was raised? Dan explained that this year all of the extra money will be spend on “Toys for Tots”, the charity campaign run by the Marine Corps which distributes toys to children in local communities.

Dan admitted “This is absolutely a surreal and humbling experience.” He gives much credit not only to himself, but also towards Nick and Ryan as well as their friends who help organize the event every year.

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Weekly Update for 10/20

Week of October 10 – Top 3
Julio – $7,881.60
Louis P. – $6,793.92
Andy – $4,736.88

Social Security checks to rise 3.6%
By Tami Luhby, CNNMoney – October 19, 2011: 8:55 AM ET

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Senior citizens will soon get their first raise in three years, the government announced Wednesday.

Social Security recipients will receive a cost of living adjustment of 3.6% starting in January.

Because inflation has been very low in recent years, beneficiaries have not gotten a COLA increase since 2009, when they received a 5.8% boost.

Check out the rest of the article here.

Have a great week!

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This week’s Agent Update

Week of July 25 – Top 3
Andy – $12,624.48
Louis C. – $8,028.72
Julio – $7,347.00

Are you putting the Law of Reciprocity to work for you?
In the days when an ice cream sundae cost much less, a 10-year-old boy entered a hotel coffee shop and sat at a table. A waitress put a glass of water in front of him. “How much is an ice cream sundae?” he asked.
“Fifty cents,” replied the waitress.
The little boy pulled his hand out of his pocket and studied the coins in it. “Well, how much is a plain dish of ice cream?” he inquired. By now, more people were waiting for a table and the waitress was growing impatient.
“Thirty-five cents,” she brusquely replied.
The little boy again counted his coins. “I’ll have the plain ice cream,” he said.
The waitress brought the ice cream, put the bill on the table and walked away. The boy finished the ice cream, paid the cashier and left. When the waitress came back, she began to cry as she wiped down the table. There, placed neatly beside the empty dish, were two nickels and five pennies. You see, he couldn’t have the sundae, because he had to have enough left to leave her a tip.

Which type of Agent are you?
Many years ago, a large American shoe manufacturer sent two sales reps out to different parts of the Australian outback to see if they could drum up some business among the aborigines. Sometime later, the company received telegrams from both agents. The first one said, “No business here. Natives don’t wear shoes.” The second one said, “Great opportunity here. Natives don’t wear shoes!”

Fall Quarterly 2011
September 12, 2011
Holiday Inn – Totowa, NJ
Breakfast – 10 am
Meeting – 10:30am

Have a great weekend!

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