When I first got my Primerica policy I made the mistake of telling them that I also had other life insurance that I did not and would not cancel. I have had this insurance since my first husband passed away and with it whenever I make an early payment it goes into a saving account which I can take out at any time without having to pay it back.
It's a great insurance policy and I have made withdrawals in the past without having to worry about paying back, it's not a loan. Anyway, Primerica asked me the name of the company and I told them. After all was said and done, papers signed etc. we had this wonderful insurance policy.
After about two weeks, I received a call from my other life insurance agent who knew me from being the one to sell me the policy after my husband passed away. Seems that Primerica had contacted them and told them that any money that I had in the account was to be sent to them and the life insurance was to be cancelled. Thanks to my trustworthy agent, he would not do anything until he contacted me in which I told him not to give Primerica anything out of my account and not to cancel that policy. If it hadn't been for this agent, Primerica would have stolen every penny that I had built up in the savings part of my other policy.
That is just about as low down as you can get and to me they are nothing but thieves.