Developed in part with a grant from
the National Science Foundation

Member since January 2019

  • Reviews 1
  • First to Review 0
  • Thank Yous 0
  • Fans 0
  • Profile Views 54

Review Distribution

5 stars
4 stars
3 stars
2 stars
1 star

1 Review by Rebecca




I signed up for AARP when I turned 50,16 years ago, and almost immediately started receiving tellemarketing calls. At the time, we only had a home phone and, unaware why this was happening, I signed up for the 'do not call' with the Dept. of Agriculture. Every day it was something new, windows, plumbing, someone wanting to buy our home. In the meantime, I got a cell phone and the calls started on that, too. It took me 3 years to realize where all of these calls were orignating from. I called AARP and they actually admitted to selling member names for profit. I was furious! It took several years after getting rid of AARP to stop receiving unwanted calls but the damage was done. NEVER again! I won't take United Healthcare supplemental Medicare insurance because its written by AARP. They definitely create alot of problems for members as well as the outrageous cost of Hartford insurance. Get a quote and when they write the policy, it will be $1,000 over quote. If you don't take it, they report you to the state and you'll get a letter that your license is suspended for no insurance, even if you've purchased a policy elsewhere. AARP and their co-conspirators will definitely cause you heartache

Rebecca Has Earned 7 Votes

Rebecca S.'s review of AARP earned 7 Very Helpful votes

Rebecca hasn’t received any thanks yous.

Rebecca doesn’t have any fans yet.

Rebecca isn’t following anybody yet.

Similar Reviewers on Sitejabber

melody g. reviewed AARP

the consumer cellular has been ripping me off every month and finally I left them. I am 55 years...

Tom T. reviewed AARP

AARP is a total rip-off, no tangible benefit and nothing but trouble for your membership. I...