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Pennsylvania Resident Gets Christmas Cheer, $15,000 from ActiveAmericans.com
Date:12/24/2008

away $100,000 over five years. We've done that, and more, in less than a year.

"Unlike AARP, at AAC we do not sell or endorse insurance or sell our membership information to telemarketers. We do the exact opposite: we invest in them. Our membership is free. Our promises to them are inviolate."

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