And Primo and I were both, "Whaaaat?" because as far as we knew, the estate was the beneficiary on the life insurance and Primo was the executor so why would Ted be involved?
But Primo thought, "Well maybe there is something going on I didn't know about - maybe Ted was listed as the contact person on my dad's policy so before I get mad at Ted, I will do some research?"
And he called the insurance company and they said they would have to take his name and call him back in a day or two, which made me, who used to work for a life insurance company, think, "What is that all about? Prudential never gave such bad service and USAA, our insurance now, does not give such crummy service. Why would it take customer service two days to call back on a death claim?
And we did not get an answer for that, but Primo finally got called back today.
Again, we are jaw-droppingly overwhelmed at Ted's audacity. WHO DOES THAT? Who calls the life insurance company about a claim when
1. He is not the beneficiary
2. He is not the executor?
I really thought this blog would die when Sly and Doris did, but a new villain has stepped in.