An overbearing letter from a man named Brian Werger was the contents of the brown envelope you see below. At the top of the letter was the rude and impertinent command to SIGN and RETURN an accidental death and dismemberment CMFG insurance policy. The “no-cost” TruStage policy is hedging that one will select additional coverage that they can auto draft their premium out of your Chaves County School Employees Credit Union account.
We got a similar pushy advertisement from a gentlemen named Frank E. Cain who apparently was fired or quit from the same company. On the back of ad, insurance agent Brian Werger tells potential customers confinement in prison is a possible punishment for those who falsify information in the application.
So Brian, I doubt you have any better luck than Frank on the signature you requested on the front of the envelope. You should have majored in engineering, law, or accounting in college for a more marketable skill than selling insurannce. Insurance sales people rate just a little higher than car salesmen.
You are just hoping and praying for that bank account routing number that you can suck money out of with very few folks filing claims for cut off fingers, arms, or legs. I had a friend who was an actuary, so best wishes selling your policies to somebody else dude.