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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