One of the requirements for the insurance license is no felonies. No use in them hiring you, there's nothing they can do to waive a convition.
No the company is not going to felony charge because am not doing anything bad
No it will not
Answered - Agency Manager (Former Employee) - Siparia , Trinidad
It depends on what the charge was. If it was a breach of financial trust such as bad checks, robbery, embezzlement, etc. then no. Other charges are a maybe. Please be upfront and honest. The answer is ALWAYS no if you don't ask.
Don't think so
Answered - Bilingual Benefits Counselor (Former Employee) - Dallas, TX
No. You cannot hold an insurance license with a felony conviction.
Answered - Account Executive to the Chickisaw Nation (Current Employee) - Ada, OK
Probably yes since it will depend on what type of felony you have.
Answered - Bilingual Rep 2 (Former Employee) - Columbia S.C.
No they will not
Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - San Diego, CA