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GASLIGHTING How they use “gaslighting,”

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Posted 03 August 2012 - 08:13 PM

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Posted 07 May 2014 - 08:44 AM




How many seriously injured disabled have acc driven to suicide?

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GASLIGHTING

How does UNUM murder people?

(Insurers actually do this MORE at Christmas - read our Update below.)


It’s called “gaslighting,” and they really do it, as do many other “friendly” insurers who claim to have good hands or be good neighbors..

Insurers often set out to drive people crazy on purpose, with malice aforethought, so that their victims and former trusting customers give up their claim or settle for a lowball. Or maybe just die or go away. In one case a company lawyer literally had an office party and a champagne toast when the “problem claimant” killed himself after becoming homeless.

Now and then we get suicide notes.

UNUM puts people through such a pitiless hell of lies, delays, cheats, and dirty tricks that they consider killing themselves. Even if they don't, they may perish of immune shock from the terrible toll of years of being tormented.

Please don't give up like this because you're doing exactly what UNUM wants - you're terminating their claim and the evil bastards get to save money and forget you. Why give them the satisfaction?

Even if they win the case, you can still afflict them. You have a voice. You have email, letters and a phone. You could even picket their offices. If their tens of thousands of victims all made noise instead of remaining silent, things would change.

UNUM uses endless tricks: lies and distortions: “losing” huge, long claim forms so you have to fill them out over and over, demanding ten year’s worth of bank, income, tax and even phone records that it’s nearly impossible to get, changing adjusters repeatedly, causing endless delays, making accusations, pulling dirty tricks, and even using terrorism to frighten claimants. (It’s called “rough surveillance.”).

All the while they pretend to be your “friendly” insurer, and lead you on with lies when they have no intention of ever paying the claim.

They keep getting your hopes up and then dash them.

The lawyers will say they are sending something and it never arrives. They make appointments and cancel them or don’t show up. You win a so-called binding arbitration and they ignore it.

You beat them in court and they appeal to a bought judge. You win every possible way and they simply “forget” to send the check and you have to sue them for that. There is no end to their criminality.

Many of their victims literally commit suicide out of grief and frustration, since they are disabled and unable to support themselves without the insurance they trustingly paid high premiums for all those years.

These actual cases of “engineered: suicide are mentioned in many places on this website and on the gaslighting page of our sister website at
Insurance Justice. But UNUM’s evil managers and lawyers don’t care. What’s a life compared to the bottom line?

This sort of reality distortion was a principal plot device in the play and movie, “Gaslight.”

A man marries a naive young woman and sets out to drive her crazy so that he can steal her jewels. Each time he leaves the house the gas lights dim and she hears footsteps on the floor above (he sneaks back in by a secret stairway, dims the light, and walks the floor.)

No one else notices and he insists that he was away. She begins to think she is crazy. The more the victim of Gaslighting trusts the person who is bending reality, the more the victim suffers.



http://www.corporatecrimefighters.com/html...aslighting.html

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