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AARP sending renewal notices 2 years before expiration date??

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pooBoy

Larchmont, NY

#1 May 14, 2010
My membership expires 2013, AARP sent me a renewal notice yesterday.

Two years in advance??
Oldobie

Milwaukee, WI

#2 May 21, 2010
They want your money to gain intrest for them rather than you.
Send back the empty envelope and let them pay the postage.

Since: Mar 09

The Left Coast

#3 May 28, 2010
AARP is losing members fast. It is common knowledge that AARP sells insurance and their push for obamacare will greatly increase insurance rates and AARP profits. They knew Medicare would be cut and they could sell far more 'supplemental' insurance plans. Seniors know what they are doing and are leaving in droves. I cut up my card and sent it back. Looking for a more senior friendly, honest organization? Look at http://www.60plus.org/
Z-man

Herndon, VA

#4 Oct 24, 2010
I live in Virginia and have received two renewal notices for the same account and membership numbers, one from Long Beach, CA and another from Philadelphia, PA!
I can't figure out which is real one!!
Exactly

United States

#5 Oct 26, 2010
RustyS wrote:
AARP is losing members fast. It is common knowledge that AARP sells insurance and their push for obamacare will greatly increase insurance rates and AARP profits. They knew Medicare would be cut and they could sell far more 'supplemental' insurance plans. Seniors know what they are doing and are leaving in droves. I cut up my card and sent it back. Looking for a more senior friendly, honest organization? Look at http://www.60plus.org/
Amen!
Flo J

Portland, ME

#6 Jan 12, 2011
My AARP membership expires May 2014 and I just received a request to renew/extend my membership. The membership number on the renewal request was not the number on my card. I will not be renewing in 2014 since I already paid for it.
Jan from Michigan

Evansville, IN

#7 May 17, 2011
[ I have AARP for my car I have not found any other Insurance companys that can beat the price of the price I pay monthly.
Exactly

United States

#8 May 28, 2011
Look harder Jan from Michigan! AARP could drop their membership to $1.00 for life and they'd not get my dollar to work against seniors.
JCW

Nashville, TN

#9 Aug 5, 2011
Oldobie wrote:
They want your money to gain intrest for them rather than you.
Send back the empty envelope and let them pay the postage.
Don't send an EMPTY envelope. Remove all ID, and send them the rest of their garbage. Make that envelope as heavy as possible! Every dollar we can force them to pay on postage is a dollar they can't use to destroy us.
pooBoy

Brooklyn, NY

#10 Aug 7, 2011
I cancelled them 4 months ago, they're still sending me insurance offers
LOL

Saint Louis, MO

#11 Aug 7, 2011
pooBoy wrote:
I cancelled them 4 months ago, they're still sending me insurance offers
Fill the envelopes with trash and send it back in their postage paid envelope. Make sure it's heavy!
banjo

Jacksonville, FL

#12 Sep 16, 2011
I agree with Rusty s they are obama backers looking to cash in on big money at our expense, screew them and their obamacare
banjo

Jacksonville, FL

#13 Sep 16, 2011
they could drop their fee to 50 cents a year and they wouldn't get my money to destroy us.

save all the garbage mail and put it in their envelop , mail it back
olfogey

Lake Elsinore, CA

#14 Oct 27, 2011
I'm sorry to say AARP has stooped to the usual magazine ploy of sending a renewal notice a year before my subscription has expired. Just like the magazines it's a "SPECIAL OFFER". I have trusted AARP until now. I will go so far as to say I believed 100% in this organization. However, now my Red flags are up and I am losing faith in in you AARP. Non-profit HMMmmm!!
RochesterNY

Rochester, NY

#15 Oct 27, 2011
Z-man wrote:
I live in Virginia and have received two renewal notices for the same account and membership numbers, one from Long Beach, CA and another from Philadelphia, PA!
I can't figure out which is real one!!
I received a renewal request from Long Beach also. At first I was going to renew; after all, it's only $16.00. But why were they asking for my birth date? Shouldn't they know it if they're really AARP? Also, the new membership card didn't even have my name on it! The scam almost worked on me, it's chilling to think how many innocent people they're hurting. Is there someone we can report this to?
MJE

Lothian, MD

#16 Feb 20, 2012
We received notice that our AARP Membership was expiring. I ignored the first piece of mail sent. Another one came in the mail. I wrote a check but then looked at the 2 return envelopes and noted that there were 2 PO Box numbers and they didn't match. It seemed like something fishy to me so I have torn up my check and will not rejoin. I hate being swindled as an older person and you have to be real careful these days.
Mad

Picayune, MS

#17 Apr 25, 2012
AARP sent me a renewal which says I am close to expiring. I checked and sure enough I have over a year on my membership before expiring!
I cannot help but wonder how many seniors are being ripped off by the AARP with these renewals we do not need!
I voted for President Obama, but I don't need this AARP bull.
G Eteducated

Indianapolis, IN

#18 Jun 8, 2012
Yes, I intentiionally entered my "name" that way. Have those of you who use the word obamacare really studied the issue? It's the Affordable Healthcare Act. Wouldn't it make sense to stop having emergency rooms no longer being the only option for poor people to get medical treatment? If you want to attack, look at the outrageous prices hospitals charge for items when you are a patient. Look at the salaries and benefits that insurance bigwigs are getting. Look at the houses that most doctors live in and the cars they drive. How is "obamacare" different from Social Security or Medicare. Are any of you ready to stop them? Don't let yourself be duped by propaganda. Please notice I didn't use any name-calling in my post. Let's work together to curtail greed while being our brother's and sister's keepers.
AARP is a leftwing
#19 Aug 17, 2012
G Eteducated wrote:
Yes, I intentiionally entered my "name" that way. Have those of you who use the word obamacare really studied the issue? It's the Affordable Healthcare Act. Wouldn't it make sense to stop having emergency rooms no longer being the only option for poor people to get medical treatment? If you want to attack, look at the outrageous prices hospitals charge for items when you are a patient. Look at the salaries and benefits that insurance bigwigs are getting. Look at the houses that most doctors live in and the cars they drive. How is "obamacare" different from Social Security or Medicare. Are any of you ready to stop them? Don't let yourself be duped by propaganda. Please notice I didn't use any name-calling in my post. Let's work together to curtail greed while being our brother's and sister's keepers.
Look at the class envy that you have.
Why didn't you become a Doctor could it be that you were not bright enough , to lazy ,didn't want to work 7 days a week or was it that you think that there is Never a reason for emergency rooms and that anyone who is either in an accident or suddenly develops a life threatening illness should be left to die ?
Ron

Phoenix, AZ

#20 Sep 1, 2012
RustyS wrote:
AARP is losing members fast. It is common knowledge that AARP sells insurance and their push for obamacare will greatly increase insurance rates and AARP profits. They knew Medicare would be cut and they could sell far more 'supplemental' insurance plans. Seniors know what they are doing and are leaving in droves. I cut up my card and sent it back. Looking for a more senior friendly, honest organization? Look at http://www.60plus.org/
AARP was a joke and sells YOUR name to their affiliates for cash....they have NOT been for seniors...THEY ARE FOR THEMSELVES....ALL THIS WAS LONG BEFORE OBAMA WAS EVEN IN THE WHITE HOUSE....so STOP being fools and WAKE UP ALREADY FOOLS!

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