In This Review of Guardian Life Insurance we take a look at a company that has an A+ rating on the BBB, but is expected to be dropped from the list of accredited companies sometime soon. With a legacy that began in 1860, Guardian has successfully weathered many market cycles. Their clients rely on them to be there when they and their loved ones need them. Their recognition of that requirement has shaped the firm throughout the years, enabling Guardian to prosper and grow. At Guardian, They keep their founding principles in sight, and regard them as critical to the success and integrity of the company. So what seems to be the issue then? Why do we suspect the BBB will drop their accreditation?

There’s a good amount of customer complaints towards the company. All complaint that are recent, and have not been resolved. I’m sure this is something the BBB will come across, when they do their routine evaluations of all the companies holding their accreditations. It was surprising to see so many complaints on an A+ page. The complaints were mainly about the overall service the company offered. One Consumer stated, “Guardian is paid to provide short term disability by my employer, ******* ********** ** *** *****. Following surgery and being placed on short term disability, Guardian has failed to disburse payments.” All of the complaints seem to be consistent with each other. We hope Guardian Life Insurance addresses these consumer complaints. We’d like to see them keep their accreditation, and keep their reputation from tarnishing.

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