Is "Electronic Withdrawal Am Income Life" fraud?

Written by Sage Wallace

June 18th, 2024

Medium Risk

About "Electronic Withdrawal Am Income Life"

American Income Life (AIL) has been in business since 1951. The company specializes in providing supplemental life insurance to labor unions, credit unions, and associations. Retail products offered by the company include life insurance, accident and health insurance, and supplemental health products. The company operates in the United States, Canada, and New Zealand.
  • Electronic Withdrawal: The method used to deduct funds from the account
  • Am: Possibly shorthand for "American" or "Amendment" depending on the context
  • Income: Could denote the purpose or source related to income
  • Life: Likely indicates a life insurance transaction or related service
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