*AARP® medical alerts: confirming AARP’s recommendation

by admin on January 18, 2012

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I’ve encounter a few medical alerts sites that claim to be recommended by AARP. AARP wouldn’t recommend multiple medical alert companies, would they? So it’s best whenever you encounter one of these AARP medical alerts to ask their the company’s representatives for proof if this recommendation is a big part of your decision. For example: Life Response USA has “AARP recommended Nationwide medical alert systems…” right in the middle of their site. However this recommendation is not mentioned anywhere else on the site, and there is no link to AARP or explanation of the recommendation. What does this mean? Is that just a “turn of phrase” that they added to their site to increase sales? Or are they actually recommended by AARP? I don’t have all the answers. If you are interested in Life Response USA, call them and ask!

* AARP and its Logo are Registered Trademarks of American Association of Retired Person

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