San Diego, CA (PRWEB) June 20, 2014
Obituary.us.org is set to launch a guide on how to plan a funeral without getting ripped off, the company said yesterday.
“People tend to be very vulnerable when a loved one passes away,” an Obituary.us.org spokesman said. “Bad people know this, and may take advantage of it. If a person has never planned a funeral before, there are dozens of ways they can be taken advantage of. Our goal is to show people the steps they can take to create a great funeral without becoming a scam victim.”
The report will be divided into two sections. The first will outline the most common funeral home scams, he said. The second will consist of a step-by-step guide on what one would need to do to plan a funeral that goes smoothly.
“With most of the scams, there are huge red flags that anyone can see once they know about them,” he said. “By letting people know how these scams work, they should be able to avoid them. The second part of our guide is just as important. People need to understand all of the ins and outs of planning a funeral to make sure they don't forget something important.”
Obituary.us.org will release the guide on their website, through their social media site and on their blog, he said.
“We really want to help people out,” he said. “This is going to be one of the toughest times of their lives. Anything we can do to make it even a little bit easier is something we think will help the community.”
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