Premium Choice Insurance Services
Happiness rating is 56 out of 100
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State Licensed Field Underwriter in Spokane Valley, WA
on September 29, 2021
Was a really good job for a while decent basic pay the commission was a good setup but they change it every month so you can't really budget what you're going to make. They switch the HR team to a new HR team I guess the other guy quit or the other team quit and they had to train new people and the new people kept incorrectly paying me and having to correct the paychecks or they would send us email saying they couldn't pay us on the day they were supposed to pay us.
Health Insurance Agent in Remote
on November 29, 2021
I started working for Premium Choice as a health insurance agent, and things got strange from day 1. I was promised two weeks of training before hire, but the first week was just everyone in a class just SITTING there while working on getting contracted with different carriers. The ACTUAL training came week 2, when you had to learn everything about Medicare in basically three days. Cue me taking calls that Thrusday all flustered cause I didn't know what I was doing. The whole call flow was the most disorganized I've ever seen. I was promised "qualfied" leads, which were in fact just third party agents cold calling elderly people and just transferring them. Part A and B? Just transfer. Oh you have a POA and don't handle health insurance? Doesn't matter, just transfer. The transfer job was atrocious, and we've had to ask for their Medicare info so that we can DOUBLE-CHECK their work. I reiterate, SUPER DISORGANIZED!On top of that, I could tell management felt pressured by upper management, because they pushed for consistent sales, even if they might not keep the plan later. This got to a point where we PRESSURED elderly folks into signing policies they didn't want. Bottom line, if you need the money but can take on the toxic work environment, by all means. Work for this company.
Agent in Remote
on November 15, 2021
This company is downright horrible. They started out good, but they expected a lot during AEP even though this was their first AEP. They advertise the job as qualified leads where “introductions” were made by cold calling marketers through a third-party that couldn’t even identify he/she correctly when the customer would correct them several times. If you got passed this portion, there was only one nice manager in the entire company. The rest were condescending, and some threw hissy-fits like a toddler would. Luckily I left on my own terms because I just couldn’t deal with the horrible culture, but I do feel bad for the friends I made that are still there struggling day to day. This company will destroy you mentally. Mental abuse, leaders encouraging you to do things that willrisk your license, and as many reviews suggest, definitely not doing what’s right for the customer. I don’t predict they will last long at this rate, but if you like tiers sales, micromanagement, being belittled and no benefits then this job is for you!
Sales Agent in Salesville, TX
on November 5, 2021
Positivity and Helpful supervisor's they will help you to reach your goals everyday you are not alone they will always help you in times you need them you just have to do your job they understand it's not Christmas everyday but you need to earn money in easy way and you always complain i think this job is not for you.
Agent in Remote
on October 21, 2021
This place is a nightmare to work for. Management is horrid and do not care about you at all. The micromanagement that this company constantly does is the absolute worst as well. There are no benefits whatsoever to deal with all the garbage that they put you through. You cannot have an open mind or creativity, they want you to lie to customers and force them onto policies that are not the best for them. You cannot take any initiative here whatsoever either. Also, they encourage you to keep track of confidential customer information on personal devices and to send them on non-regulated communication channels. All in all this company is the worse for clients and workers.I would recommend working here for a month to get used to this company before becoming an independent insurance agent.

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They asked did I have a license, I said yes they said your hired.

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