Telesales and Placement

Is that because you are not a veterinarian, you look in the mirror, and you see a horse's ass? lol

No, it's a rebuttal to your nonsensical argument that you always revert to, "you have been tied to desk for 12 hours a day so you can't know what it's like to be tied to a desk for 12 hours a day"

Just a stupid frickin argument. No one has to be a telemarketer to know you are lying about it.
 
How much telesales experience do you have personally? If you have zero telesales experience how can anyone trust your posts about it? Our SLICE helps tremendously with getting a higher placement rate. You also don't have any experience with SLICE either.

Our TV leads average a monthly premium of approx $65 to $110 monthly premium, which is higher than our face 2 face monthly premiums of $40 to $70.

Face 2 face agents are working DM leads from a mailing of incomes of $50k and less. Ms. Jones may have an annual income of $70k and would never ever receive a DM lead piece in the mail, but she might see the TV commercial and respond because she still has an interets in burial expenses, and take out a policy of $85, which raises the monthly premium ave for telesales.

And the good news is since she has more disposable income she can afford that $85 premium much easier than a client, with an income of $50k or less, can afford their $50 premium.

And I'm using your definition of placment rate.

You don't have 95% placement with my definition. If anyone buys that BS, then they're extremely gullible.
 
No, it's a rebuttal to your nonsensical argument that you always revert to, "you have been tied to desk for 12 hours a day so you can't know what it's like to be tied to a desk for 12 hours a day"

Just a stupid frickin argument. No one has to be a telemarketer to know you are lying about it.
Your grammar make your communication kinda weak and hard to understand.
 
Any app that is submitted but not issued (whether due to declined underwriting or failure to make the first payment) goes against placement.
That's what I thought you meant. So yes my answer is the same: 95%+ of submitted business gets issued on the Sr Life platform wih the assistance of the SLICE app.
You don't have 95% placement with my definition. If anyone buys that BS, then they're extremely gullible.

The proof is in the pudding....and the pudding is right below. These figures are backing up about what I've said. "NTO" % shows the % of policies submitted that did not issue, either because the draft didn't clear, or underwriting discovered that the wrong conditon for a multi use med was listed instead of the correct condition that particular med was being prescribed for.

I'm sure most all of Sr Life's leaders' teams will have similiar numbers. If any telesales agents (or field agents) are having 20%-30% of your submitted business not issue then you should call me. Think of the dramatic increase in your income by this one metric.

And no wasted time just dialing and dialing with no one picking up their phone because we are working live TV transfers Mon thru Sat and you take off whenever you like. Spend your time talking to leads just 30-45 sec old instead of dialing and dialing. Remember, we make $$$ by talking to prospects, not just dialing and dialing hoping someone will pick the phone.

And no monthy fees. The only equipment needed is a smart phone, a laptop or desktop or ipad, and a comfortable chair. I tell you, each generation has it easier and easier.

And if a telesales agent gets tired of telesales we can do a DM drop in their back yard with no $$$ paid by the agent up front. And later on they can go back to telesales for awhile, and then later switch again.
 

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The proof is in the pudding....and the pudding is right below. These figures are backing up about what I've said. "NTO" % shows the % of policies submitted that did not issue, either because the draft didn't clear, or underwriting discovered that the wrong conditon for a multi use med was listed instead of the correct condition that particular med was being prescribed for.
I downloaded and zoomed in on the report and am still having trouble reading it (it's blurry).

If 95% of new sales make their 1st payment--"are placed,"--I can only guess it's b/c they called in.

Higher intent--when they buy, they know they have the money or will make sure it's there on draft day.

So 95% of sales make their 1st payment w/ Senior Life?

How's persistency--you mentioned 4-month and 12-month figures...?
 

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