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February 14, 2007


Michaela Roberts

Wow, what an interesting case. It goes to show just how important honesty and full disclosure in insurance applications are. I work in insurance marketing, so you can consider me to be somebody who makes a living selling insurance. Applicants must be completely open and honest when they fill out their applications, otherwise it will hit the fan.

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