Cecilia84 in Pharr, Texas 22 days ago
I have a Fujitsu Lifebook T5010 that I got in 2011. It is completely paid off and would like to sell it. I am no longer an AFLAC agent. Laptop is in great condition and has built in signature pad (which is AWESOME). This computer currently retails $1700+. I will like to get $1200 obo. If interested let me know.
jsalic in Tacoma, Washington 28 days ago
two words flim flam, if you want to "work for the" you had better just bring $600 for all the fees and classes and shit. they dont tell you this on the phone but they will not even touch you til you pay.
Craig Zychal in Ashburn, Virginia 29 days ago
It is still is under a 36 month warranty, upgraded, bag and additional battery included, and a wireless mouse
If you have any questions you can contact me at email@example.com
Craig Zychal in Milford, Delaware 1 month ago
I am offering a used SNG loaded Panasonic CF-51 Toughbook for $600.00 OBO; it comes with an Aflac labeled rolling case, topaz signing pad with extra pen.
Please email me if interested.
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Melissa Kellar in Cleveland, Arkansas 1 month ago
I have a SNG computer that I would like to sell. It is already completely paid for and works great. It is a Panasonic CF-W7 model. I am really looking to just get rid of it soon. $350 obo. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
NativeCowgirl in Tulsa, Oklahoma 1 month ago
Most of the AFLAC positions are for contractors. You will be responsible for you own taxes, will not get benefits, and will only get paid if you work (no vacation or sick time). I went to an "interview" and the moderator wanted me to sit through a 7+ hour presentation of movies, PowerPoint presentations, slides...etc. After finally getting the moderator to fully explain the program after 20 min of my job search time being wasted. I thanked him for his time and promply left along with the other person in the room. You have been warned.
Kathy in Far Rockaway, New York 2 months ago
I have read most of the discussions and replies about AFLAC. I have found that the negative comments were short-term agents. I have recently hit my year mark, and have never been happier! EVERYTHING I have been told during the first year is true, from the hard work required to the enormous amount of money you can make. All I had to do was give it a year. I gave my last job 12 years, and am now making twice as much money. If anyone ever has a question about AFLAC, just ask. I am on my way to a State Trainer Position!
L.Wright in Decatur, Georgia 2 months ago
I have a job interview tomorrow with Aflac. This posting is apart of my preparation. I am the duck!!
Alaatx in Hershey, Pennsylvania 3 months ago
SNG Aflac Brick and signature pad for sale. Paid for and has $519 in credits to be claimed, good until December. Everything works great but I am no longer an agent since I had a baby. Price $450
Alina in New York, New York 6 months ago
Hey everyone, I've come across these comments and am looking for some serious, constructive advice only. I received an email from Aflac requesting an interview for a benefits' counselor or a coordinator-in-training position. I understand a lot of companies send out emails for recruiting via monster but want some advice as to what to expect when I met with the company or what the positions entail if anyone knows. Thank you!