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Protecting Yourself From Fraud


Unfortunately, because of the actions of a few, the funeral service profession has received attention for wrongdoing and charges of fraud. As a consumer, you need to be aware of the criminal and unethical practices some providers may use and that you may face when planning a funeral. It will help to ask yourself the following questions:

  • How reputable is the business I am considering?
  • Does this business operate with strong consumer standards?
  • What are my rights as a consumer?
  • How do I know if I am being offered a fair price?
  • How can I ensure the best care for my loved one?
  • How do government regulations protect me?

Selected's Code of Good Practice

Since 1965, the members of Selected Independent Funeral Homes have followed a Code of Good Practice that insists on honesty and integrity at a time when consumers need them the most. This code of conduct even preceded the federal government's consumer protection standards.

Talk-Of-A-Lifetime

What people are saying about Selected members

"We want to take this opportunity to thank Horan and McConaty for the excellent job that was done at our mother's funeral. At the time the arrangements were made, our funeral director was extremely compassionate and efficient. Every detail we wanted at our mother's service was present. This type of OUTSTANDING employee is extremely rare to find in any type of business. Because of this excellent service, we will be making an appointment to pre-plan our funeral service."

– S.G.., Aurora, CO
Served by member firm Horan & McConaty Funeral Service/Cremation

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