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Earlier this year (2016) I submitted a letter to New York life to cancel a policy and obtain the cash value. After not receiving the check or a reply for

several weeks I submitted another letter to the manager. They replied saying it would take time for approval and distribution of the check. Finally

received a check which was $400 less that the redemption value and the prorated value of the premium that I had paid 4 months before.

They claimed they never received the original request which delayed the

check and they refused to prorate the premium and then they took their time determining what they figured they owed. Quite a dishonest scam to get an

extra few hundred dollars for one of the largest companies in the country.

Reason of review: Poor customer service.

Monetary Loss: $400.

Preferred solution: I want nothing, just want to let people know who they are dealing with..

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Anonymous
Kennesaw, Georgia, United States #1232828

Did you not read the contract? The stipulations are clearly stated in the material of a Life policy or an Annuity. A Variable Annuity's success is reflected by the market and/or the investment choices of the owner.

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