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30+ days ago

Sales Representative $35-55

eFund Insurance Detroit, MI +4 locations

This is an experienced Inside Sales position (although entry level sales will be considered) and has outstanding advancement opportunities. Full time… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

State Licensed Field Underwriter

eFund Insurance Southfield, MI

An State Licensed Field Underwriter primary focus is to sell final expense life insurance policies over the phone using our proprietary voice… Glassdoor


eFund Insurance Reviews

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    If high turnover, low sales are your goal, go for it.

    Former Employee - Inside Sales Representative in Southfield, MI
    Former Employee - Inside Sales Representative in Southfield, MI

    I worked at eFund Insurance full-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    One. My present job hired me because they saw I could handle being on the phone all day from efund. Thanks for that. My new job actually pays me a salary and commision.

    Cons

    I am in agreement with much of what the person stated from 10/5/14. This is to be added to that. The reason I mention salary is because they said they pay 24k a year salary PLUS commission. The first day they were explaining pay. It is a draw. I pointed this out and they said "No, this is commission". If you do go forward, ask how you will be paid. I doubt it has changed. I thought (perhaps as you do) this seemed like a good idea. The first of course, that I was being paid salary plus commission. Second, with such a large amount of the population getting older, this seemed like a good move. Especially when they said I would be getting "live transfer leads". These don't originate from people calling because they heard that efund is the best company (good luck finding info on efund). What they don't tell you is the live transfers are few and are generated by a group of telemarketers who are calling people out of the blue (and some of these are people they tried to transfer to us a month ago) and they tell these people that they are with "senior benefits" so most of the time they don't know the call is about insurance until it's transferred to you! This is usually followed up by them realizing what is going on and hanging up. Any time you get a transfer and you don't sell, that lowers your percentage and you get less of those. Then you get to call the old leads to try to sell them when they have already told someone no. Realize, if you manage to befriend someone for a hour of idle chatter that will quickly change once you ask for their social security number over the phone. If you manage to get past that, you next have to get their banking info. And sometimes, after all that, they call the next day to cancel. Oh, and when you leave, they will pay you minimum wage fir they last hours you worked there. I spoke with someone who had been there awhile (very few people), and she also said the company had everyone write good reviews previously. Believe it or not, I am not bitter. But I feel people should be aware. Good luck in your job search.

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