H&L said:Ya'll are really hard on this company and I am certianly not so daft that I don't know about the trouble they have been in. When I was researching the company I always chalked it up to bad agents, disgruntled former agents, or people pushing inadequate policies just to make the sale.
My only question is that if I like this line of work and would like to stay in it, where else could I get my start? I am doing pretty well here but am not averse to going elsewhere. I like the independence and am not bothered at all by making phone calls, chasing leads etc. Again I am doing fairly well where I am.
BTW, do they still have a plan that offers major medical type coverage with no stop loss?
H&L said:You know being an independent agent would be great but I do not know that I have the capitol to strike it on my own right now. It seems intuitive that it would be easier to make sales when you can tell a potential client that you are independent and represent several different companies. However, generating those initial leads may take more money than I can pony up. Any experiences yÂ’all can share on how much this has cost some of you?