how do you get these people to leave you alone?

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mutual of omaha

Jonesboro, AR

#1 Mar 4, 2013
I have opted out of prescreened credit and insurance offers, opted out at the DMA, opted out at Acxiom, and other information brokers. I received a solicitation from a mutual of omaha company and kindly asked them to leave me alone. They did not and solicited me again and I obtained a prohibitory order against the sender from the US Post Office. Upon receiving the order I received another solicitation from John O'Malley, director of marketing. I have since filed a complaint with my state's insurance department. Does this guy have an ego problem? Is he in a position that exceeds his abilities? Thirty days after an order is issued further mail from this company will be criminalized. This is not too far in the future. How do once good companies go bad? It appears that insurance companies need more, not less regulation.
eyereported em

Jonesboro, AR

#2 Mar 6, 2013
We'll see what their excuse is. Every well run company wants to put resources to their best use. This company is spending time and their customer's money responding to a complaint to an insurance commission. Its a "wild kingdom" over there as an employee is having to write an explanation as to why this happened in an situation where they have not and will not receive a penny in premiums. You will note that congress is investigating the conduct of information brokers. This will certainly add fuel to the fire. The company claims to be well ran, however, spends money marketing to people they know do not want to receive such materials. They did not follow their own privacy policy which states "At any time, you can ďopt-outĒ of receiving direct mail and marketing material from Mutual of Omaha.com , such as product and service updates, by following the instructions included in your email or by sending a reply stating your request, and we will make the requested changes." Hopefully they will not do something foolish or illegal. One reaps what one sows.
mutual of omaha

Jonesboro, AR

#4 Jul 21, 2013
Well they continued to send solicitations after being notified by the USPS to stop but they stopped just before they 30 days deadline when a violation of law would be presumed. The insurance commission of my state asked for a copy of the prohibitory against the sender. Guess what, and they had to do this in writing MUTUAL/UNITED OF OMAHA SAYS THEY DO NOT HAVE THE PROHIBITORY ORDER. This is an order, a legal document sent by the US government via registered mail. There you have it only one of the following scenarios is possible. Either the company lied or they lost an important legal document. How can one trust a company that loses legal documents sent via registered mail? How can one trust a company that lies? Which one was it? I hope their counsel did not counsel them to lie.
mutual of omaha

Jonesboro, AR

#5 Jul 21, 2013
I see my post has been judged by the same person, three times. It seems that the poster boy for Mutual of Omaha thinks that the only offense is to try to discredit the poster of a true non-actionable statement. We will now administer an intelligence test to these people. Every time this person judges this in this manner without saying why, the comment will be reposted and Mutual of Omaha will stay on the front page as long as the it is judged as above so here it is again:

Well they continued to send solicitations after being notified by the USPS to stop but they stopped just before they 30 days deadline when a violation of law would be presumed. The insurance commission of my state asked for a copy of the prohibitory against the sender. Guess what, and they had to do this in writing MUTUAL/UNITED OF OMAHA SAYS THEY DO NOT HAVE THE PROHIBITORY ORDER. This is an order, a legal document sent by the US government via registered mail. There you have it only one of the following scenarios is possible. Either the company lied or they lost an important legal document. How can one trust a company that loses legal documents sent via registered mail? How can one trust a company that lies? Which one was it? I hope their counsel did not counsel them to lie.

Now how long the above comment remains online on the front page of the forum for everyone to see will be dependent on you judger. Two days, two weeks, two months, or two years, you will decide.

Which was it? did they lose an important legal document or lie? Both cannot be true.
mutual of omaha

Jonesboro, AR

#6 Jul 21, 2013
they continued to send solicitations after being notified by the USPS to stop but they stopped just before they 30 days deadline when a violation of law would be presumed. The insurance commission of my state asked for a copy of the prohibitory against the sender. Guess what, and they had to do this in writing MUTUAL/UNITED OF OMAHA SAYS THEY DO NOT HAVE THE PROHIBITORY ORDER. This is an order, a legal document sent by the US government via registered mail. There you have it only one of the following scenarios is possible. Either the company lied or they lost an important legal document. How can one trust a company that loses legal documents sent via registered mail? How can one trust a company that lies? Which one was it? I hope their counsel did not counsel them to lie.
mutual of omaha

Austin, TX

#7 Jul 22, 2013
mutual of omaha wrote:
they continued to send solicitations after being notified by the USPS to stop but they stopped just before they 30 days deadline when a violation of law would be presumed. The insurance commission of my state asked for a copy of the prohibitory against the sender. Guess what, and they had to do this in writing MUTUAL/UNITED OF OMAHA SAYS THEY DO NOT HAVE THE PROHIBITORY ORDER. This is an order, a legal document sent by the US government via registered mail. There you have it only one of the following scenarios is possible. Either the company lied or they lost an important legal document. How can one trust a company that loses legal documents sent via registered mail? How can one trust a company that lies? Which one was it? I hope their counsel did not counsel them to lie.
GO away, fraud!!
Mutual of Omaha

Jonesboro, AR

#8 Jul 23, 2013
they continued to send solicitations after being notified by the USPS to stop but they stopped just before they 30 days deadline when a violation of law would be presumed. The insurance commission of my state asked for a copy of the prohibitory against the sender. Guess what, and they had to do this in writing MUTUAL/UNITED OF OMAHA SAYS THEY DO NOT HAVE THE PROHIBITORY ORDER. This is an order, a legal document sent by the US government via registered mail. There you have it only one of the following scenarios is possible. Either the company lied or they lost an important legal document. How can one trust a company that loses legal documents sent via registered mail? How can one trust a company that lies? Which one was it? I hope their counsel did not counsel them to lie.

Fraud, I have my documents, including the prohibitory order against the sender. I believe that false fraud statement entitles you to be on this for one week, seven days,
Mutual of Omaha

Jonesboro, AR

#9 Jul 23, 2013
Mutual of Omaha continued to send solicitations after being notified by the USPS to stop but they stopped just before they 30 days deadline when a violation of law would be presumed. The insurance commission of my state asked for a copy of the prohibitory against the sender. Guess what, and they had to do this in writing MUTUAL/UNITED OF OMAHA SAYS THEY DO NOT HAVE THE PROHIBITORY ORDER. This is an order, a legal document sent by the US government via registered mail. There you have it only one of the following scenarios is possible. Either the company lied or they lost an important legal document. How can one trust a company that loses legal documents sent via registered mail? How can one trust a company that lies? Which one was it? I hope their counsel did not counsel them to lie.
mutual of omaha

Jonesboro, AR

#10 Jul 24, 2013
for the murmur of fraud this has reposted as promised:

Mutual of Omaha continued to send solicitations after being notified by the USPS to stop but they stopped just before they 30 days deadline when a violation of law would be presumed. The insurance commission of my state asked for a copy of the prohibitory against the sender. Guess what, and they had to do this in writing MUTUAL/UNITED OF OMAHA SAYS THEY DO NOT HAVE THE PROHIBITORY ORDER. This is an order, a legal document sent by the US government via registered mail. There you have it only one of the following scenarios is possible. Either the company lied or they lost an important legal document. How can one trust a company that loses legal documents sent via registered mail? How can one trust a company that lies? Which one was it? I hope their counsel did not counsel them to lie.
loser of documents

Jonesboro, AR

#11 Jul 27, 2013
Mutual of Omaha continued to send solicitations after being notified by the USPS to stop but they stopped just before they 30 days deadline when a violation of law would be presumed. The insurance commission of my state asked for a copy of the prohibitory against the sender. Guess what, and they had to do this in writing MUTUAL/UNITED OF OMAHA SAYS THEY DO NOT HAVE THE PROHIBITORY ORDER. This is an order, a legal document sent by the US government via registered mail. There you have it only one of the following scenarios is possible. Either the company lied or they lost an important legal document. How can one trust a company that loses legal documents sent via registered mail? How can one trust a company that lies? Which one was it? I hope their counsel did not counsel them to lie.
pitsall

La Vista, NE

#13 Jul 27, 2013
loser of documents wrote:
Mutual of Omaha continued to send solicitations after being notified by the USPS to stop but they stopped just before they 30 days deadline when a violation of law would be presumed. The insurance commission of my state asked for a copy of the prohibitory against the sender. Guess what, and they had to do this in writing MUTUAL/UNITED OF OMAHA SAYS THEY DO NOT HAVE THE PROHIBITORY ORDER. This is an order, a legal document sent by the US government via registered mail. There you have it only one of the following scenarios is possible. Either the company lied or they lost an important legal document. How can one trust a company that loses legal documents sent via registered mail? How can one trust a company that lies? Which one was it? I hope their counsel did not counsel them to lie.
Go away spambot!!!
examples lostdocuments

Jonesboro, AR

#15 Jul 28, 2013
Misty Bloodworth:

I filled a claim for Short Term Disability through my work and I know for a fact that my HR manager sent the fax in around Nov. 11th. I was off work from Oct. 31 to Nov. 27 and I am on intermittent leave now, but when I called to see why I hadnít received my money yet at the first of Dec. they said that they never received my fax. I know for a fact they got it. This is ridiculous and I have been reading about Mutual of Omaha disability insurance and how they give you the run around. I had better be receiving my disibility pay really soon, or I will have to proceed with further action and get an attorney. I donít even have my claim number yet. I pay into this weekly at work and if I donít get my check very soon, as I said before, I will take further action.
examples lostdocuments

Jonesboro, AR

#16 Jul 28, 2013
Dave Palmer:

I filed a short term disability claim with Mutual of Omaha. During the process their original form faxed to my doctors office to be filled out then, and other medical records requested, to be faxed back were claimed to not have been received by Mutual of Omaha. I requested my doctorís office, multiple times, to re-fax the documents, still Mutual of Omaha claimed they were not received any of those multiple times, although my doctorís office had fax confirmation forms showing the transmissions were successful for each & every time. Not until I was given an alternate fax number direct to a specialist, and witnessed my doctors office transmit the fax, were the faxes received. This process and their run around dragged out the review process to 47 days. My claim was then ultimately denied based on a second doctorís evaluation & not my primary doctorís findings and original reasons for my claim. Now I must appeal their decision, and Iím contemplating how much more run around and how long of time this process will be dragged out again!
disabled tostayathome

Jonesboro, AR

#17 Jul 28, 2013
I guess M of O expects those who file a disability claim to stay at home and answer their phone no matter who the caller is. Frank THORPE, Plaintiff, Appellant,
v.
MUTUAL OF OMAHA INSURANCE COMPANY, Defendant, Appellee.

No. 91-2306.
Thorpe is a former police officer who sustained serious injuries, including a contusion to the heart, in an employment-related automobile accident in 1975. As a result, Thorpe retired from the police force and began collecting monthly total disability benefits under a policy with Mutual of Omaha. In order to verify Thorpe's continued eligibility, Mutual of Omaha representatives regularly visited Thorpe at his home and inquired into his daily activities and prospects for rehabilitation.
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Beginning in 1982, personal contact with Thorpe became increasingly difficult; on several occasions, Thorpe either was not at home or did not come to the door. The problem reached a head in early 1983, when Mutual of Omaha was unable to contact Thorpe at home despite repeated attempts. Suspecting that Thorpe might be working during the day, Mutual of Omaha began surveillance of Thorpe in April 1983. On the second day of surveillance, Thorpe was driving his former wife to work when he noticed that he was being followed by another car. Thorpe took evasive action and eventually ended up behind the tailing car, then being driven by the insurance company's agent, Michael Boyd. According to Thorpe and his former wife, Thorpe pulled up alongside Boyd's car, at which point Boyd tried to ram his vehicle into Thorpe's car before driving off, an allegation denied by Boyd. As Thorpe was driving home, he experienced temporary chest pains.
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Undeterred, Mutual of Omaha resumed its surveillance of Thorpe one month later, this time employing a professional Pinkerton agent. Thorpe again realized that he was being followed and, as with Boyd, claimed that the Pinkerton agent tried to hit his vehicle. The Pinkerton agent denied trying to hit Thorpe's car. The insurance company never established that Thorpe was working and, to this day, he continues to receive monthly disability payments.

I guess they don't like to pay off.

If you have a disability policy, expect to be visited, called, followed, and some people would consider this harassment.
Regulate Insurance

Jonesboro, AR

#19 Oct 24, 2013
Certainly, in my case when the USPS sent them a prohibitory order against the sender, they told the Arkansas Insurance commission they did not have the order. They had to have either one (1) lied or (2) lost a legal document sent via certified mail. One has to be true. If this untrue, they can get their legal team to sue me, they know who I am where I am at, and they know better. Someone's parents mainly employees of this firm did not teach them when they were young to not lie or else this is a company policy. They do understand that Behavior "A" leads to Consequence "B" and should in my opinion these scumbags ever attempt to solicit me again, they will have committed a criminal offense. It goes without saying that they are not to solicit on my property and will be subject to video and audio surveillance and consent to such if they enter my property. When you have people who may be lying their behavior, what they say, words, actions have to be monitored. This industry needs far more regulation. This company is a prime example of this.
Regulate Insurance

Jonesboro, AR

#20 Oct 24, 2013
pitsall wrote:
<quoted text>Go away spambot!!!
I'm back, remember this when you choose to either lose legal documents or lie, there are consequences for your actions.
Louiston

Des Moines, IA

#21 Oct 28, 2013
Regulate Insurance wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm back, remember this when you choose to either lose legal documents or lie, there are consequences for your actions.
Interesting that a liar like yourself is preaching honesty to others.
Regulate Insurance

Jonesboro, AR

#22 Nov 22, 2013
United of Omaha stated they did not have a prohibitory order against the sender issued via certified mail to the Arkansas Insurance commission. They either LIED or lost the document. I have the prohibitory order, and their statement to the insurance commission. It is interesting that a company that talks integrity lies. It is interesting that United of Omaha has stooges post something stupid that gets them back on the front page of the forum. that will continue as long as the lies continue. Looks like you will spend a lot of time on the front page. If you think I am lying, sue my ass, Of course you don't send solicitations by mail to me, that would be a criminal act and I would welcome the opportunity to expose you for what you are. Be honest, and you won't be a liar. now Liar liar pants on fire. Told the insurance commission you did not have a prohibitory order against the sender mailed to you by the post office, you either lost it or lied. There is not other possibility.
Regulate Insurance

Jonesboro, AR

#23 Nov 22, 2013
The truth is always an absolute defense for slander. If I am lying, sue my ass for slander. I could sue you for slander. I know how to do that.
pitsall

Omaha, NE

#24 Nov 26, 2013
Despicable liars are disgusting. I hope Mutual of Omaha sues you!!!!!

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