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Completed application for insurance for my wife and myself. Agreed to pay for a month in advance so coverage would be bound upon approval. Was notified by letter that the company had not bound coverage and that no money would be taken out until coverage was approved. I...
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#570841 Review #570841 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Reason of review
Damaged or defective
Loss
$341
Preferred solution
Show my money as refunds not declined insurance allowing for easier insurability in the future... and a full refund without the extra crap!
My mother purchased a long-term care policy and contributed more than $60,000 in premiums over several years. Once she was released from the hospital for various issues, she opened a claim for in-home care. The agency was nice enough to begin care for us but after a...
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Anonymous
#1471768

Read the fine print, people. You must demonstrate a long term need, not short term.

Genworth does not cover short term in home care needs. Only long term. Have a broken arm? Forget it.

Not covered. But have a broken arm, continued fall risk, chronic inability to walk, uses a walker just as she did before the broken arm, yes, covered. Now she has chronic memory issues lasting more than three months?

Covered See the difference? Must demonstrate long term need.

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#460226 Review #460226 is a subjective opinion of poster.
After paying Long Term Care Insurance through Genworth for 12 years at a cost of approximately $50,000.00. Genworth decided that the product class, (privilege care select 2 is what I am told we have) was a high risk category for them because of our age and the...
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Anonymous
#1281445

At least two class action lawsuits have been launched against Genworth LTC recently. We have just written letters to the attorneys at two of the law firms involved, asking what we need to do to secure our future rights, as members of the broad "class" of plaintiffs described in the suits.

In general, our personal experience sounds worse than those of the named plaintiffs in the suits.

Google "Genworth" and "class action" and you will find TONS of information to pursue.

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#404060 Review #404060 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Loss
$50000
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  • Economics