I mean.... I'll pass? I don't usually collect random body parts. But if you were in the US and had an Aflac policy we would have paid you cash for your accident. I mean... Sorry salesman mode. Actually though I love telling people about Aflac because we're not blood suckers like most insurance companies. Like when my dad lost his foot back in 2010, as his agent while he was in the hospital I had already filled out all of the paperwork to start that claims process (just had him put his handcock on it). (Aflac paid him $10,000 [lump] + an additional $11,000 in benefits from the hospital stay and what not) And actually I will tell you this: last year I was gifted five accounts. 3 of those were payroll (businesses) and the other two were individual. On one of those individuals, I had called and talked to the woman hey my name is this I'm your new Aflac agent this is my number give me a call if you have any questions comments concerns. It's pretty standard, but it's so important in our business. Anyways she asked if we could sit down and take a look at her policies what she had and maybe get some more information. I told her okay great when is a good day. So we met Iunno a couple days later and we were talking about her cancer policy. She had had this policy for 15 years, never used it, and was considering dropping it. I told her about her premium returns rider which she had*, and her two kids still living at home at covered 100% free until 25. Long story short I asked her to take a couple days and really think about dropping this policy. Five days later, she calls me and tells me I'm so glad you didn't just drop that policy, found out today my kid has a tumor in his eye that has to be removed. So if I had just been okay well whatever, she would have dropped coverage that she needed. The other individual account called and talked to the guy, did my hey this me I'm your Aflac agent spill. Maybe three weeks later he calls me on the phone and says hey I just got this check from Aflac for $12,000. Pretty sure this is a mistake and I don't want to cash it then owe it back can you tell me what's going. Okay, no problem. Pulled his info and found out that his premium returns rider on his cancer policy had matured and that check for $12,000 was his premiums from 20 years. But out of that - now I've never met this dude before in my life - he invited me to his house for dinner to talk to his daughter. Sold her quite a bit of coverage, and she recommended me to 3 of her friends, 2 of them bought policies. So out of a simple follow up phone call, I signed three new customers.