Friday 29th of December 2017 05:41:34 AM
In researching this particular product we felt it was an excellent match for my elderly mother, however as with other poor salespersons and misrepresented financial products, they were more than happy to process our paperwork, take our money and communicate indirectly that they had decided to not accept us as annuitants. Normally, unless a company representing a product has something to hide, or is disingenuous in some other manner related to the financial product, all pertinent information will be disclosed up front.So, keep in mind that with Nationwide, you might not receive the entire story/truth until you have written checks and made plans. There are other products out there from more reputable, upfront and honest life insurance companies. I recommend that you do your homework and choose a company OTHER than Nationwide. In retrospect, prior to entering into the financial agreement, we would have held them more accountable to all the different ways they could cancel the financial agreement. "But" you might say... "Isn't that something you trust the company to do?" Perhaps, just not Nationwide.