Who is it at Jackson National Life Insurance Company that is protecting Ted Bernstein, Robert Spallina, Donald Tescher and other mystery players?
Why would Jackson National Life Insurance fund a life insurance policy that they cannot prove exists? I guess this means any one of you out there reading this can claim you have a policy at Jackson National Life Insurance and they will simply put the money into a fund for you, Right?
Does Ted Bernstein, Insurance Guy, have something on Jackson National Life Insurance or one of their muckity mucks? Why would they turn their heads while Ted Bernstein, Robert Spallina and Donald Tescher pull a big ol' whammy on them?
Why did Judge Amy J. St. Eve let Tescher & Spallina out of the Jackson National Life Insurance scandal? Why did Jackson National simply fund the imaginary policy instead of make a stand for what is right, for the law and possibly SUE Tescher & Spallina for millions on top of millions for Fraud on the Court, fraudulent documents and insurance fraud.
I mean there sure seems to be plenty of evidence and surely Jackson National has the money and legal team to sue Tescher & Spallina and win, so why cut a check and run? What is the REAL ulterior motive or conflict of interest behind the scenes?
The only reason that makes sense to me is Jackson National knows they are liable for a whole lot more then the amount they paid and possibly even they themselves or Heritage Union was involved in the fraud itself or even the alleged murder.
Does Jackson National Care if their Policy Holder was murdered for an inheritance?
Surely Jackson National Life Insurance does not want you to get life insurance on your parents, spouse or others you know and then simply murder them to get the pay off.
Why would Jackson National Life Insurance fund the policy when perhaps if it was murder then they would not have to pay right? Unless the mystery MISSING policy specifically says, hey if ya murder your Dad, or the imaginary policy holder, we are still happy to PAY. Accidental Death or Murder, don't matter to US, we simply cut you a check.
What does Jackson National Life Insurance Company CEO and President Michael Andrew Wells, think of all this? What does CFO Andrew Boutwell Hopping think?
What in the world is James P. Binder, Chief Risk Officer Thinking?
How about COO James Ronald Sopha or board members Howard John Davies of Phoenix Group Holdings Plc or Paul Victor Falzon Sant Manduca of Prudential PLC or David L. Porteous of McCurdy Wotila & Porteous?
How did Heritage Union Life Insurance or Jackson National Life Insurance lose the contract, the policy or whatever paperwork was needed to PROVE that a policy actually existed and who the beneficiary was and to what amount.
I think all you reading this should throw your name into the proverbial hat as a successor to the trust, or a policy holder. See Jackson National Insurance Company does not care if you prove it, just say you are the rightful owner, stomp your feet, and they will say oh ok you are right there was a policy and contract though we can't find it, so here ya go. Oh wait, sorry we are giving the money on the imaginary policy to the court cuz we can't find the contract, then the court can give it to you or your sibling or whom ever. We don't care what the policy owner actually wanted or if there was a policy?
Jackson National Life Insurance brags "Go Paperless" that must be why they go Policy-Less
Eliot Bernstein Disclosure; Heritage Union Life Insurance; Jackson National Life Insurance
I bet Jackson National Life Insurance Company ends up paying 10 times the amount they cut a check and ran from.
Sheriff Report, Spallina
Palm Beach County Sheriff Office Supplemental Report
Heritage Claim Form, Spallina Fraud
Fraud on the Courts, Tescher Spallina and Ted Bernstein
Full Docket Illinois
"Jackson National Life Insurance Company (often referred to as simply Jackson) is a U.S. company that offers annuities for retail investors and fixed income products for institutional investors. Jackson subsidiaries and affiliates provide specialized asset management and retail brokerage services. Jackson is a subsidiary of the British insurer, Prudential plc, which acquired the company for $608 million in 1986. Prudential plc is not affiliated in any manner with Prudential Financial, Inc., a company whose principal place of business is in the United States of America.
Founded in 1961, Jackson is headquartered in Lansing, Michigan. The company and its affiliates also have offices in Denver, Colorado; Nashville, Tennessee; Santa Monica, California; Chicago, Illinois; Tampa, Florida; Appleton, Wisconsin; Purchase, New York; and Bismarck, North Dakota.
Jackson markets its products in 49 states and the District of Columbia through independent and regional broker-dealers, wirehouses, financial institutions and independent insurance agents. A subsidiary of Jackson, Jackson National Life Insurance Company of New York, markets products similarly within the state of New York."