... you're too funny. The complaint is not about being paid "on time"...just start with being "paid" at all.When the benefit is paid on time, people rarely complain.
... again, the contradiction here. Of course, the individuals who qualified for the CI claim would not have regretted buying it as that insurance served their need and CI would not have any relationship to income as it's not "income" dependent. That would be DI. You do know they're different products or the difference between the 2 ... after all these posts.Nothing surprising in the article. My aversion to CI is simply the fact that they are a little too specific on what constitutes a claim. A claim which has no direct relationship to need or income.
That said, the individuals that suffered those specific ailments are obviously quite happy they had the coverage. Perhaps they may have preferred the claims experience to have gone better but I doubt they regretted buying the policy.