Great place to work if you like low wages and long hours.
Sales Agent (Former Employee), Leawood, Kansas – March 24, 2013
Pros: they pay for licensing
Cons: the health insurance is going to be 30-40% of your base pay.
I worked at the now Select Quote Auto and Home formally Spring Venture Auto and Home. This was the worst and most unorganized training I ever received. The managements only concerns was in trying to fill up the new seats in their new office to grow there bottom line. I advise any agent with experience to avoid this place. Unless you like working 9-10hr – more... days plus Sat. trying to hit a quota in which 85% of the sales agent never hit. Also no residuals and weak commissions. You will only make a fraction of what you would make being a independent or in a tradition agency. For a new agent this would be a good place to get your feet wet and get your licensing paid for. If your great you'll make 50K, if you avg. you'll make 32k and if you don't hit quota 3mo in a row, hello unemployment. – less
Primary sales agent (Former Employee), Florida – September 28, 2012
Cons: hard work
I would recommend this company to any agent that would love a positive and supportive work environment. Great Pay and Benefits. Must be willing to work hard. Co-workers are happy and great to be around.
Director of Sales Operations (Former Employee), Kansas City, MO – August 8, 2012
Employees are extremely hard working and dedicated, putting in very long hours. In my isolated case, I was over-promised and under-delivered on expectations. The concept is very exciting and offers huge upside potential.