Took awhile to come back in here...been busy. Sorry. Chesapeake (SureBridge), I found the plans to be cheap, and not that great. Would only use this is case of someone who felt good about having more coverage for small premiums. Accident plans start at about $7 and look a lot like combined indemnity plans.
There are complaints with this company as well. But the dental and vision also seem ok, comparable to any other companies out there. Those are actually Careington.
Reminds me of Aflac or Combined but with some variations, and in the software you can build a plan to fit someone's individual needs. But nothing comes close to Assurity critical illness so far.
Of course there are complaints. There are with almost every company out there with the exception of a few.
I still prefer assurity. Now I'm going to look into Colonial. Got with a group guy who will do all the work and split the commish (I normally do not so group health-). He says colonial is ok. Jury still out on colonial.
I did contact. It's actually an "ok" plan to get in the door with if we are talking price on accident. It's cheap (and probably my worth much). But I've been using it in a pitch book door to door a little to open up conversations.
Cheasapeak/SureBridge to me is like the Ford Focus and Assurity is still the Cadillac.
Just an FYI....Blue Cross in Michigan is aligning themselves with Assurity these days. I happened to end up at a meeting where this was happening. Especially to promote the CI.
What I mean by BCBS/Assurity, I mean Assurity has been getting BC agents signed up to cross sell Assurity...Not some kind of merger. Lol. Just wanted to clarify that. They've been courting anyone left in the health insurance biz and doing seminars/meetings/conferences all over the place.
This is just a side note ...In michigan selling supps, the market has been getting very saturated. I've noticed it's happening fast. Kind of spreading like wildfire. Not too many small biz owners who don't know about it and haven't heard of it these days.