ex sales in Indianapolis, IN
stop giving favorites leads
favorite people got the best leads, which turned into bonus for them while many agents failed to have leads.
This was unfair to the others. This is why there was always a turn over with agents. The products are good.
Licensed Insurance Agent in Houston, TX
When you join and you train you make a lot of money because they give you a percentage of the sale. Once you hit the 3 month mark they forget about you and don’t even answer your calls when you have a question. They have already moved on to the next person. Management sucks. They forget why you showed up to the office. Even though they scheduled the meeting.
Life Insurance Broker in Houston, TX
the manager trained you very well
If you are new to insurance sales run the other way. The typical day was download new leads and make 50 to 75 dials per day. The product they wanted to sell was Medicare Supplement plans.
Field Trainer in Nashville, TN
you are "over-sold" in the interview
The company was good for what it is, but it isn't something that the average person can succeed at. You learn that only 2 of 100 new agents will make it past 2 years. That alone should tell you that it isn't for everyone. You are sold on 80-100K potential in your first year. Its possible, but not realistic. Even the best agents in their first year don't earn more than 40K. Free leads that they tell you about, really aren't work anything as most of them are current customers they want you to sell more stuff to, or people returning generic mail cards. The issue is they don't have very much brand recognition, therefore your customers question the company. Very limited product line. Med Supp is in my opinion the best in the market. Dental is average, life and annuity products are well below average. I did hit all my startup bonuses and was promoted to field trainer within 30 days. But still, the residuals are poor and it is not enough to keep me here.
Licensed Insurance Agent- Contract in Texas
Wish I could give a negative amount of stars
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