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post #136 of 180
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Originally Posted by Martin2016 View Post

I sell E&O to Insurance agents and hear these type of stories all the time. If you are a Farmers agent and would like to maybe
get some justice and maybe recover some of your losses please email me at pcminsurance@gmail.com 

This is relative to my interests.
post #137 of 180
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I sell E&O to Insurance agents and hear these type of stories all the time. If you are a Farmers agent and would like to maybe
get some justice and maybe recover some of your losses please email me at pcminsurance@gmail.com 


post #138 of 180
I wonder whatever happened to OP.

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post #139 of 180

I went for an interview after someone called me after seeing my resume online. The guy called it an interview but it was about them not me. They however showed the dollar support they give in bonuses while you setup your office and start generating leads and return customers. He also gave me option take over an existing office because the guy's retiring. They said there's not money I ever have to pay to farmers as down payments. Someone mentioned loan that i have to pay back... they didnt say it was a loan. I have a follow up meeting on coming Monday so I will go and ask all these concerns that i learned here. Thanks

post #140 of 180
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Originally Posted by akhawaj View Post

I went for an interview after someone called me after seeing my resume online. The guy called it an interview but it was about them not me. They however showed the dollar support they give in bonuses while you setup your office and start generating leads and return customers. He also gave me option take over an existing office because the guy's retiring. They said there's not money I ever have to pay to farmers as down payments. Someone mentioned loan that i have to pay back... they didnt say it was a loan. I have a follow up meeting on coming Monday so I will go and ask all these concerns that i learned here. Thanks

Keep us informed as many of us are quite interested in this.
post #141 of 180

I have never seen so many posters with a post count of <10 in one thread.

post #142 of 180

The best kept secret for wealth and success!

post #143 of 180
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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post

I have never seen so many posters with a post count of <10 in one thread.

This might be the single best thread in SF history.
post #144 of 180

I just signed on to become an agent and no loan was mentioned; however for the first two or three years they will pay me a $2500monthly stipend, which will be paid off in at $200 a month at the end of that period. Yes, I'm sure that they want me to sell insurance to everyone I know, but isn't  that just how the sales business goes? If you want to see a pyramid scheme, try out Primerica. They require you to invite  people to every meeting and then try to get them to sign on as "agents.  If you bring in someone who signs up, you get royalties from any business they sell, so the focus is to bring in new recruits rather than selling insurance.. just like Amway.

post #145 of 180
Congrats! Not everyone makes the cut. Good on ya for being one of the select few.
post #146 of 180
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Originally Posted by caroley View Post

I just signed on to become an agent and no loan was mentioned; however for the first two or three years they will pay me a $2500monthly stipend, which will be paid off in at $200 a month at the end of that period. Yes, I'm sure that they want me to sell insurance to everyone I know, but isn't  that just how the sales business goes? If you want to see a pyramid scheme, try out Primerica. They require you to invite  people to every meeting and then try to get them to sign on as "agents.  If you bring in someone who signs up, you get royalties from any business they sell, so the focus is to bring in new recruits rather than selling insurance.. just like Amway.

IDK, that Primerica thing sounds sweet. Get 20 or 30 people underneath you and I bet you could make...50...60k a year for doing nothing!
post #147 of 180

Yes, they assured that in the hundreds of thousands annually was doable...

post #148 of 180

I'm sure they did assure you that.  Did they put it in writing?

post #149 of 180
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Originally Posted by caroley View Post

Yes, they assured that in the hundreds of thousands annually was doable...

Why not go with Primerica then? This almost has me considering a change in careers.
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I have never seen so many posters with a post count of <10 in one thread.


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