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September 9, 2022

Pros

You work on your own and no one to report.

Cons

Their cherry pick leads are old and sold to many times. Leads cost Commission only No benefits , health insurance, paid time off, 401k ect.

No benefits , health insurance, paid time off, 401k ect. Read More

September 9, 2022

Reviewed by: Insurance Sales Agent (Former Contractor)

March 8, 2022

Pros

- Always hiring - No skills required

Cons

- No leads provided, Independent Contractor purchases there own leads - Full-time schedule is 6-7 days working up to 10 hours a day - No health benefits - No 401k - No paid time off - Leads are junk if purchased through FFL CRM - Leads are resold even if you write a policy - Limited face to face training at best, mostly YouTube videos and listening to phone calls with VPs boasting about there best agents numbers - Over 10,000 workers, less than 1000 making between 30k-100k after lead cost and taxes, and roughly 200 or less making over 100k annually

Advice to Management

Be honest with individuals entering the industry about the pros and cons so the prospect can make an informed decision.

No paid time off Read More

March 8, 2022

Reviewed by: Insurance Agent in Charleston, SC (Current Employee)

June 20, 2022

Pros

Remote, flexible, don't have to ask for time off, high paying IF you work your butt off

Cons

No benefits in terms of insurance, income isn't stable, chargebacks happen more often than they talk about, you have to spend tons of money on leads and they don't tell you these leads are just recycled back into the system

Remote, flexible, don't have to ask for time off, high paying IF you work your butt off Read More

June 20, 2022

Reviewed by: Independent Insurance Agent in Dallas, TX (Current Employee)

April 30, 2021

Pros

Training is free. Completely. Test and licensing are on your pocket, which is under $100. That is through your state. The earning potential is Legit. Get your leads, make your calls, Schedule your Appts., Sell the policy.

Cons

You must be hungry and work hard. This isn't a 9-5 with paid vacation.

5 with paid vacation. Read More

April 30, 2021

Reviewed by: Insurance Agent in Idaho Falls, ID (Current Employee)

June 9, 2021

Pros

Greatest leadership I’ve ever been apart of. Winning culture. One massive family interested in helping families all across this country. Bust Business Ever.

Cons

Work your butt off. Let’s go.

Advice to Management

Keep growing

Work your butt off. Read More

June 9, 2021

Reviewed by: Insurance Broker in Spring, TX (Current Employee)

June 20, 2022

Pros

I love my mentor and YouTube Training Support. I've worked my butt off.

Cons

The leads seem way over utilized as when I call people they have already sold or had 3-4 people already call them. I pay for something that has been over stimulated. I also realized a few months in that I had bought some leads and when trying to buy new ones, they were the exact same leads. People I work with deny it but I saw it for myself and know. I'm not lying they just want my commission more than hear me.

Advice to Management

Be honest, be fair and give everyone a shot of success. Don't take our money for leads and then give us scraps. This is not Christ-Like.

I've worked my butt off. Read More

June 20, 2022

Reviewed by: Field Underwriter in Terre Haute, IN (Current Employee)

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