Contracted Writing Agent (Current Employee) – Greeley, CO – April 1, 2016
It is a great place to work for and you can set your own schedule as well as salary since you work solely on commission. Being able set set your own schedule is great. The people I worked with are always helpful. You have to be able to put in the work to get the appointments to share the product.
Field Training Agent (Current Employee) – Winter Springs, FL – December 7, 2015
They get you started by telling you that the company provides leads every 12k you write in business until you get charge backs you can never get to 12k again. Lead acquisitions costs are about $150 per sale. It is not sustainable business model.
Consultant (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – May 20, 2015
A typical day of work starts around 9am. Some times they will give you general leads or specific leads. The job is based on making phones calls everyday, making as many appointments as necessary, do as many product presentations and sell.
Co-workers are usually nice. I really enjoy spending time with my team .
The hardest part is to make a sell and driving all around Houston just to find out your clients has forgotten the appointment. It is a 100% commission, no benefits or base salary.
The manager is really nice and professional.
Office is clean and well kept.
Nice team, nice boss, bonus or incentives
no base salary, no benefits, time and money consuming
I was in charge of creating on my own work schedule, I had to cold call leads. I also set appointments, and had to sell the product. The hardest part of my day to day was finding turn leads into an appointment. The most enjoyable part of the job was helping families find a more affordable option for health insurance.
Very family friendly company. Takes a ahile to build up a customer base so you may need to have a reserve before starting. It is a commission position. Mangers are willing to provide any support that may be needed to get started then it is up to you to build your client base. Compensation is outstanding for successful sales agents.
General Lines Agent (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – October 23, 2014
Great company, great policies. No required hours. You need to be a licensed agent. I learned more about health insurance. Company does underwriting and it is diificult to find people who do not have pre-existing conditions.
great health insurance policies
Company does underwriting and it is difficult to find people without pre-existing conditions
Field Underwriter (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – April 1, 2014
The USHA agressive leadership platform, and the 1099 structure, are very attractive; gotta pull yourself up by your bootstraps. USHA is one of the truly "never-yeard-of-you-guys" companies, thereby forcing the potential client to first fully-trust me, THEN what I have to offer.
Licensed Sales Agent (Current Employee) – Corpus Christi, Texas – March 19, 2014
As long as I have worked at US Health Advisors I have learned a lot more about time management and how to be your own boss. You will only get what you put into the job because you are working from your home and have to rely on developing your own business to generate leads. The best part about working for this company is that I get to be at home a lot besides when I travel to meet with clients.
Insurance Benefit Specialist (Former Employee) – Fort Worth Texas – December 10, 2013
My daily duties were to call as many potential clients as possible to offer them one of the several insurance plans I was selling. I was not happy with the lack of training and support I received from my superiors. I did have the option to work at home or go to the office. The toughest part of this job for me was getting a positive response from the phone calls and setting appointments, most of the calls ended up on the answering machine. No appointments equals no commissions.