My Right Choice Benefits
- User ID and password are needed to login
- Login credential recovery help is provided
- Technical assistance is available by phone
When it comes to the topic of benefits, people like to know they have made the RIGHT CHOICE (or at the very least had it made for them). It appears the name says it all with the easy account access process granted to users of the My Right Choice Benefits portal. Those who need to gain online access to an account can get the job done in just a few seconds by going to the portal’s home page and entering a User ID along with an account password before hitting the Sign In button. Those who are spending too much time staring blankly at an empty password field may want to cut to the chase and click the Forgot Password? link to enter a User ID, date of birth, and last 4 digits of a Social Security Number to begin the recovery process by looking up the security question. Those who can’t even recall an account User ID can click the Forgot User ID? link and enter a last name, last 4 digits of a Social Security Number, and date of birth to have it sent via email.
Try Tac Glasses
- Order can be made using a credit card
- Introductory product video is provided
- Customer service is available by phone
As if the electrifying Taclight wasn’t enough, Bell & Howell is now pushing the envelope of innovation even further with the introduction of the new Tac Glasses. Customers who want to get their hands on a pair of these military-inspired sunglasses that block glare and enhance colors can do so by visiting the Try Tac Glasses page and placing an order. The order process can be completed without too much exertion by filling out a brief online form that requires a zip code, card number, card expiration date, CVV2, name, address, phone number, and email address. Those who have a shipping address different from their billing address should check the box located under the order form prior to hitting the Process Order button. Customers ordering from Canada can click the link posted at the very top of the Try Tac Glasses page to proceed with an order.
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