Stop the falsehoods
WELDON COHICK JR.
This concerns some of the unbelievable business practicies that impact retired senior citizens who are trying to enjoy their later years in life.
I received in the mail a letter from a life insurance company that offers subsidize $1,000 of insurance coverage benefits to those who apply. This insurance company offers up to $300,000 coverage at group rates with no medical exam or health questions.
This smells to high heavan.
I believe such offers intentionally directed at the retired elderly of this country who become more victimized than the general public.
As these practices continue and infest every household in our country, they are directed at the most vunerable.
An example of this practice is how electric companies harass us over paying bills and buying their service.
If we owe them money and don’t pay up, they would shut off our electricity.
It’s about time the state of Pennsylvania starts backing retired senior citizens instead of joining the forces that are deliberately making life more miserable for all of us.
It is getting so bad for the elderly in this state and country that half of the mail we receive is probably some scam or illegitimate charity.
While I am on the subject of neglect of the retired elderly of Pennsylvania, I would like to point out another problem that faces more retired elderly women than men. Many do not lock their doors at night because they fear emergency responders would not get access if an emergency came up.
But they must choose between the good and the bad.
In today’s world this choice should not be placed on the shoulders of any male or female retired senior citizen.