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(PRWEB) June 02, 2014
Lifeinsurancenomedicalexams.com has released a new blog post debunking 3 common myths about no medical exam life insurance plans.
Insurance agents and market analysts have signaled several myths about no medical exam life insurance plans, that many customers believe. A study points out that many American customers are not properly informed about life insurance plans. 70% of those who took a 10 question quiz about life insurance failed.
86% of American customers believe life insurance costs three times more than it actually does. Although there are no clear statistics referring to plans that do not require medical examinations, insurance brokers believe that these policies are thought to be a lot more expensive than they actually are. A reason for this misunderstanding could be the newness of these products.
Lifeinsurancenomedicalexams.com and other insurance brokers aim to debunk the three most common myths. They believe that these misconceptions can have a negative impact on how life insurance is perceived. It can also make customers avoid these policies, for no justifiable reasons.
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