Are your caskets Sealers (have rubber gaskets) or do they have locks?

All of our metal caskets are sealers and have locks.  Often the funeral home will have the ugliest casket that you have ever seen that is solid battleship gray or solid olive green, not lockable, and not sealers to discourage you from buying them and still sell them at a $1000 to $1800 price, then they try to up-sell you to caskets like ours that are two-tone, thicker 18-gauge, rounded corners, sealers, memory tube and lockable for and average price of $4500.  Remember that they are a business with a virtual monopoly (especially when they have the body) and like any business it is their job to make as much money as possible.  One funeral home told me that it is important to get them in as quickly as possible when the tears are still flowing.  This is when it is much easier to get a big check.  When there is less grieving, people are less likely to throw their money away.  Below are some of the lines that you might hear from the funeral home:
a) Wouldn’t you want your father to see your mom looking her best?
b) Of course you would want a sealed casket wouldn’t you?
c) That online seller sells used caskets.  That is why his price is cheaper.
d) That online seller is selling dented caskets
e) Did the deceased have an insurance policy and for how much?
f) People fall out of the bottom on those online caskets.
Contact us to tell us other tricks that they tell you.   Please remember to spread the word in your church or senior center as to all the tricks that your local funeral home pulled on you.   It is unbelievable.   The only chance you have against them is the fear that you will tell 50 other people not to have their loved one’s funeral there.   If they fooled you or tried, tell everyone.   Get even.

All of our metal caskets are sealers and have locks.  Often the funeral home will have the ugliest casket that you have ever seen that is solid battleship gray or solid olive green, not lockable, and not sealers to discourage you from buying them and still sell them at a $1000 to $1800 price, then they try to up-sell you to caskets like ours that are two-tone, thicker 18-gauge, rounded corners, sealers, memory tube and lockable for and average price of $4500.  Remember that they are a business with a virtual monopoly (especially when they have the body) and like any business it is their job to make as much money as possible.  One funeral home told me that it is important to get them in as quickly as possible when the tears are still flowing.  This is when it is much easier to get a big check.  When there is less grieving, people are less likely to throw their money away.  Below are some of the lines that you might hear from the funeral home:a) Wouldn’t you want your father to see your mom looking her best?b) Of course you would want a sealed casket wouldn’t you?c) That online seller sells used caskets.  That is why his price is cheaper.d) That online seller is selling dented casketse) Did the deceased have an insurance policy and for how much?f) People fall out of the bottom on those online caskets.Contact us to tell us other tricks that they tell you.   Please remember to spread the word in your church or senior center as to all the tricks that your local funeral home pulled on you.   It is unbelievable.   The only chance you have against them is the fear that you will tell 50 other people not to have their loved one’s funeral there.   If they fooled you or tried, tell everyone.   Get even.

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