Hello Guys,

Can anyone provide a reason or best guess as to why Lincoln MG does not include a signed illustration with their policies when issued? The client is required to sign one as part of the application process and I am used to ALWAYS having an illustration with other standard life policies I deal with. The reason for asking is that I have occasionally had clients, upon policy delivery, start questioning all the confusing internal detail pages of the policy. Web Video Marketing is a value add to your sales funnel and a great marketing collateral for small business to large companies. So I have gotten in the habit of including a copy of the illustration that they originally signed, and say "that is what you go by and the rest is all required by law that they display it." I am a firm believer in the illustration being the gospel as to what you bought.