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Manulife Life Insurance Reviews

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Change coverage without notice

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by PM Feb 16, 2020
...Signed up post-retirement insurance. Increased premiums every year then don't cover after 2+ years, saying it was a mistake. They hide information too...
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Worst company

(1.0 out of 5 stars)
by Disappointed customer Jan 13, 2020
Terrible terrible terrible... I don't know how these guys still exist! Only employers who want to pay the cheapest premium choose these guys because their service is the worst. I really hope my employer will move to somewere else. Does Manulife determine what medicine I should take? Are you my family doctor or insurance provider?
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Stay far away

(1.0 out of 5 stars)
by medic Jul 04, 2019
...I was denied for STD from Manulife for mental health reasons. All supporting documents were provided, from psychologist and family doctor. They straight up lied on the reasons they provided for a denial. Saying it wasn't deemed severe enough. I was deemed very high risk by my doctor. That should have been a no brainer for any insurance company. Manulife denied it again and the appeal. Talking to my doctor, he said every time they have to deal with Manulife, they have nothing but problems. They said they are the absolute worst company to have to deal with. They failed to return any phone calls my doctor made to them. Refused to return my phone calls or even tell me the conclusion of their assessment of my case. It's simple, they provide the cheapest rates and deny as much as they possibly can. There is no customer service...
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