e.m.s.i. of akron inc.
654 portage trail
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DID YOU KNOW?
We received a very nice memo from a pleased agent on a case that Martha Fryman completed:
"A big Thank You! Mr. W's application process and exam as proceeded smoothly and his file is now with the home office. On behalf of my colleagues and the management staff at Telelife, I appreciate your efforts in making sure that this exam was handled professionally and with the utmost care."
If a person is a hard core runner it is not unusual for their pulse to be in the 40's. We do a lot of USAA people, ones who are active in the military and a lot of them are daily runners and have been for years, it's been my experience that these people are routinely in the mid to upper 40's.
I do understand the value of a full minute pulse I don't dispute that in any way, just saying that pulses in the 40's are very possible in many of the applicants.
I also run across this in the Dr's office, I will usually ask someone who's pulse I've just taken and is in the 40's if they are a runner and the answer is always the same----"Yep, daily".
(submitted by Martha Fryman)
If a person works out heavily with weights 2 days before an exam, it will cause an increase in their liver enzymes that can have their policy declined.
When you status your cases for a reschedule or a no-show, DO explain why they have rescheduled and DO provide details of a no-show including the color of the house, car in driveway or any other scenarios to PROVE to the companies that you were actually at the applicants home.
(explained in training manual)
Be sure you have the applicant initial their height and weight!!!!! A company just recently questioned an applicant's height and weight and wanted me to go back out and re-measure his height. The agent said the applicant was 6' and he is 5'4". Having the applicant initial this information has to be accepted by the company now and I don't have to go back out!
(submitted by BJ King)
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American General - #95680 (use #178 form)
American General - #95681 (use #178 form)
American General - #90519 (use #178 form)
Hartford Company #90104 - Use #5103 combo form
Individual Assurance Company - Use EMSI Generic Exam Form
Lincoln Financial Group #905390000 - Use Lincoln Life #139
Lincoln National #904520000 - Use Lincoln Life #139
Met Enterprises #5147 - Use Metropolitan #1626 form
Over Flow Form - Generic
Prudential #900840000 - Use Prudential #212200000
Prudential #956890000 - Use Prudential #212200000