The fact that not several purchases of this type per person are engaged, and mostly they are
sold AT NEED leaves room (if uninformed) for added grief!!
This 20 question quiz is meant to show you how easy or not ~it might be for someone ( a salesman or saleswoman - and yes, funeral directors fall in this category, as do cemetery & all other death related merchandise suppliers) to deal with you. To promote, promise or if selling to you or your loved ones ~ something that they shouldn't, can't or MAY be impossible to deliver OR Is it overpriced! And do YOU know it?
Each answer is worth 5 points for a total of 100 points.
2) Does state law require embalming services be done to the deceased (period, or) for a closed casket funeral service, held three days away? Yes No
3) Are funeral homes permitted to restrict the purchase of caskets and/or graveliners -only, from their firm? Yes No
4) Do all cemeteries require a vault or grave liner? Yes No
5) A lump services & product, at funeral homes, typically sold as "Traditional Package" is the best money saving choice / deal they offer, & the one you should buy? Yes No
6) If cremation is the option chosen, is a hardwood casket required for the cremation itself? Yes NO
7) If you have purchased a life insurance policy to cover the burial & services - do you need to make the funeral home the beneficiary, or an added signer on the policy, if they suggest it? (Or sign it over to them) Yes No
8) If the option of cremation was chosen, can the mortician require the purchase of an urn from their firm? Yes No
9) Once you have chosen a funeral home, if you have an unfortunate disagreement with the funeral director, are you "stuck" to not being able to move to another funeral home, if you want to? (Or can they hold the body hostage)? Yes No
10) In the event of a death of a loved one in another state or some distance away (50 miles or more) the best thing to do is contact the funeral home nearest the occurrence, so they can handle the body and make arrangements with your hometown-local(where service are going to be held) - funeral home to move the body? Yes No
11) Can you home make the casket for the burial or/and without any involvement / permission from the undertaker - for the funeral home service, viewing? Yes No
12) Once a death has occurred - is it correct to say the survivors have time constraints of just a few (3-5) hours before one needs to "make arrangements?" Yes No
13) A body is required to have an autopsy ~ if death was a result of natural causes & hadn't seen any doctor within a year? Yes No
14) If an autopsy was done, with an open casket service, is it very likely the embalmer will add fees for "other preparation to the body?" Yes No
15) Does age, disease, or amputation prevent me from becoming an organ donor? (With some restrictions) Yes No
16) My family can handle all the paperwork and have the funeral service at my church or my home, if I stipulate it, or if that is what the deceased requested to be done? (in 43 states) Yes No
17) Is the number one , two & three reasons that the cost of the funeral/burial is SO outrageously HIGH ~ due to emotional overspending plus the fact there are just too many funeral homes and in the past, they have had a closed market? Yes No
18) If I am shown (at funeral home) a casket showroom - or a three ring binder of product, often a funeral director suggests 2 or 3 units, just based on how I dress, what I drove up in, or if in the past, my family has used their services, & history of spending patterns are used? Yes No
19) I bought a steel gasketed casket and spent a lot of money. The funeral director assured me it was a great protective unit and the vault also, now can the body (as I was told) be preserved and protected a lot better and for a greater, extended amount of time? Yes No
20) The cost of the funeral and burial has risen so sharply and so many funeral homes have been found selling under pressure, guilt or deceiving tactics, all sales people/directors now must give their clients a (GPL) general price list of all items and service charges the minute they start talking about "arrangements" ~ or be opening themselves up to an $11,000.00 fine, from and according to the Federal Trade Commission? Yes No
Thank you for visiting! THESE are REAL answers to funeral questions, inform yourself for peace of mind and savings. Please make sure your e-mail address is filled out so correct answers can be returned.
Some directors say the family has to be there at delivery of an outside
purchased casket. This is NOT true and is prohibited as well.
There are other "tactics" that are played out at the Cemetery and or Monument Sales also! Becoming informed is the KEY! There are Many devoted in this field, however many too, whose motive may be questionable or looking to make as much profit as possible at this appointment.
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