Finding independent agents who specialize in Government

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Gene K in Maryland Heights, Missouri

69 months ago

Looking for avenues to locate agencies or agents who specialize in calling on government. It could be Federal, state, county or municipal. The people we are looking to market to would be county treasures, clerks, state DMV treasures, tax collectors and any other decision makers who deal with cash management and receivables. What are the best ways to locate such agents?

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Wyatt R in Iloilo

67 months ago

Those people that get lucky enough to land Federal Government jobs get themselves a pretty good payday and reduce the chance they'll ever need payday loans. More people are on the list to get government employment than are out to get themselves payday loans, and that is because of good pay, good benefits, really good retirement pay and a high rate of retention. Our economy might be in a recession, but that doesn't mean that crime still doesn't pay – or rather fighting it. Right now, the Federal Bureau of Investigation is in the midst of its biggest hiring spree since 2001, opening up almost 3,000 positions, 850 of which will be for new special agents, but don't think that because they're hiring that many means it's an easy place to secure employment – the FBI is among the most stringent of hiring employees, and nearly every position requires at least a four year (Bachelor's) degree, even for field agents. On top of that, they also require a credit check, which you won't need for payday loans, and top-secret security clearance and background check.

Investigate yourself by clicking personalmoneystore.com/moneyblog/2009/01/07/you-wont-need-payday-loans-if-you-work-for-the-fbi/ to read about it in a bit more detail

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