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7 days ago

Manager, Financial Services

Prudential Bellevue, WA

An effective MFS strengthens the Agency’s position through recruitment and retention of new financial professionals. · Achieve recruiting and… Prudential

2 days ago

Financial Professional Associate – new

Prudential Bellevue, WA

· Sell insurance and investment products · Solicit new customers through approved techniques and methods · Conserve existing insurance and… Prudential

12 days ago

Dedicated Retirement Counselor (Seattle, WA)

Prudential Seattle, WA

The primary responsibility of the Retirement Counselor is to provide retirement education and expertise to our client's employees located in the… Prudential

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    Betrayed by Promise of Great Income ; but in reality it seemed corporate uses agents to subsidize their call center.

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    Former Employee - Financial Professional in Bellevue, WA
    Former Employee - Financial Professional in Bellevue, WA

    I worked at Prudential full-time (more than 3 years)


    Love the people. Great Benefits. Great Products.


    Management shows literature and tells agents that they will make $70k second year and $90 in third. Not even close. No support by management to accompany you on sales or application processing. Absolutely no field training Instead they team you up with other rookies. It is truly the blind leading the blind. The company is run by compliance. It does not have a sales mentality.

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    Because people deserve an opportunity to make a living, shut down your entire joke agency distribution. Only allow your products to be sold by non-captive agencies. You already sell more annuities via Edward Jones than through agency distribution. You already sell more mutual funds though non agency distribution venues. Shutting down agency distribution save tons on money. It will reduce internal compliance count (salary and benefits) and agent count (benefits only). But remember, you will have to staff up the 1-800 complaint line.

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