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AARP is inflated with self importance and offering of absolute useless and/or nothing of value. Every "benefit" they offer can be improved upon with internet searches. Even their medical insurance is only slightly less cost, but even less so when figuring in...
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  • False advertising and packaging
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AARP - Login

AARP - Login
AARP - Login
AARP - Login
I have been trying to login for 3 weeks to access my membership benefits to no avail! I changed my password ten times and it didn’t work. I’m going to cancel my membership if I can’t even login.....what’s the point?
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#1178064
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For 19 years I have been on a medication that allows me to walk, be some what normal, but still disabled and some what pain free. Jan. 2017 AARP denied me this monthly prescription based on price of $2500 a month. I and my doctor had to appeal 3 separate times, but won...
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They align with organizations and agree to share your datas. Then the CRAPOLA starts withe years of bombarded JUNK MAIL ??? They also receive many skims profit monies from said groups. Especially the "United Healthcare", which sends kickbacks to the "help" they get...
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#1166354
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I have repeatedly written on their return mail promos that they've sent to take me off their mailing list. AARP hasn't done it yet in over a year. Once you've turned 50 they hound you to join with a list of supposed benefits They refuse to endorse candidates because...
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Michael

I agree, they have everyone's SS# & the day you turn 50, the junk mail begins. Most people join because its a name that has been around. After I studied it I realize I can get...

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Anonymous

I will not renew my membership.

#1164349
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As executor of an estate I called and cancelled the membership of the deceased. He had paid through 2020 and this being 2017, I would have thought that they would refund the membership fees automatically. Well that is not the case. So if a member has prepaid their fees...
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#1158497
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be very careful to get tax advice before you go to AARP they do make mistakes ,, when I tried to get my taxes done by AARP I asked questions just to understand better but the AARP person assisting me first said I owed tax and then he said I don't owe anything which...
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There is the most obnoxious Delta Dental drop down menu that I am forced to deal with on a daily basis, while playing Sudoku. I am playing against the clock, running scenarios through my head and I accidently brush against the Delta Dental drop down menu, which this...
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h.kitchener

Sounds like you have little, if any ad blocking on your computer. I never see ads, even on YouTube. There are many free adblockers available. Do a search, but a couple are: Bl...

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AARP - Not renewing

Have been a member for years but havent used many of the services since they are generally too expensive for my budget. This cut to my SS benefits is the ladt straw. The 2% increase is instantly offset by the increase of the medicare deduction costing me $2.00 less in my already limited funds. Not helping only costing more money
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As any member knows, when your membership is months from expiring, you'll get countless reminders in the mail. So a month before my December expiration, I sent in $63 for 5 year renewal. Then, before I received my new cards, in early December I got another offer to...
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pqn007

I am a current member of AARP too since last April! And they do remind u by mail months in advance to renew! But I called them to let them know I'm not sending in any more mon...

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