What Are The AARP Life Insurance 3 Questions To Getting Accepted

Recently it’s been brought to my attention though many comments from my readers that a lot of people are interested in knowing what the AARP Life Insurance 3 questions are to getting accepted for a policy. The only way to know these three questions is to fill out an application, and since I’m not a senior it’s a bit hard for me to figure out these questions.

Who Knew?

However it was brought to my attention by a reader named Shannon who left a comment recently on a previous post that she had filled out an application and uncovered these 3 questions.  So in this article I’ve decide to cover them here to help those trying to learn more about these policies and getting accepted for one.

What Are The AARP Life Insurance 3 Questions

Below is the questions asked on the application word for word.

  • 1. In the past 2 years have you had treatment for or been diagnosed by a doctor as having heart trouble, stroke, cancer, lung disease or disorder, diabetes, liver or kidney disease, AIDS, AIDS Related Complex, or immune system disorder? *YesNo List date(s) of onset, along with types of treatment, medicine and dosage.
  • 2 . In the past 2 years, for any condition, have you been admitted to or confined in a hospital, sanitarium, nursing home, extended care, or special treatment facility? *YesNo List date(s) of onset, along with types of treatment, medicine and dosage.
  • 3. In the past 3 months, have you consulted a doctor or had treatment or diagnostic tests of any type? (Note: You are not required to report negative AIDS or HIV tests.) *YesNo

What All This Means

Based on the questions above and how you answer them it will determine whether you get coverage.  Now I can’t say whether or not if you will get coverage because every persons situation is different.  In order to do that you will have to complete the application to know for sure.

I hope this helps for those looking for this information.  If you would like to share your thoughts, comments, questions, and tips, feel free to do so below.  On top of that feel free to share this info with others that are looking for it.

Cheers

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2 Comments

  1. I was considered diabetic before until i lost a lot weight and now been told I am not diabetic. I was only only on pills and told not not to take any more.

    2- no
    3- no

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