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Posted - 02/29/2004 :  07:03:28  Show Profile
When handling claims, if a person tells me he's a christian, swears to the Lord,
I'll put my hand on the Bible, God as my witness, it always throws up a red flag in my mind. Usually there's some untruth going on somewhere. Generally speaking, pastors also fall into this lot. They are typically demanding etc.

This has just been my experience over 30 years of claims handling. Why, I don't know. A simple Yea or Nay will do. In fact that what the Good Book calls for.

As a "Christian", the Biblical principles always go along with me whether it be claims or anything else. I never evangelize as that is not part of the job. As stated above, the job is to handle the claim properly, with courtesy and dispatch. If we do that we have done our job. And Biblically we are commanded to do our job well.

If we ourselves have a claim, we don't want the Catholic, Morman, Jehovah's Witness, Baptist, Methodist, Shintoist, Buddist?, Muslim or whatever, trying to convert us during the claims process. We want a fair assessment of our claim, coverage and damage wise.

God Bless all of you and have a "good" day.
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Posted - 02/29/2004 :  08:31:58  Show Profile
If I have a claim, I would demand my loss be adjusted by a nymphomanical, semi-retired porn queen from the Tabernacles of Tarzana, California.

Hey! You got your religion...I got mine!
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