Aviva sent me a life insurance claim form as my aunt had passed on. Policy 825716n01. Unfortunately, this aunt is through a former marriage with an extremely ugly divorce. Initially, they were just waiting on the death certificate, which my ex-wife was sure to provide as she was also a beneficiary on the policy. After a couple of months of follow up calls to Aviva to see if they had all that they needed – they then informed me that I was not a beneficiary and that it had been an error. This comes after months of my ex-wife attempting to remove me from the policy – first telling them I was dead – and then certainly performing some type of insurance fraud to get me removed. I am contacting the Insurance commissioner today – and will let them investigate the fraudulent behavior further.
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