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Hello From The Corn Fields Of Ia

Postby Osborn » Mon May 12, 2014 4:21 pm

Hello all, I've been reading this forum off and on over the last year and now joining. I'm 25 and have been in the insurance ind. for a little over a year. I started out selling for BankersLife & Casualty and wanted to get into the health ins as well. I then was pulled into the dreaded Mega Life through a guy a met. But that old news only lasted a month and now I've gone fully INDEPENDENT!! Servicing everything from life, health, disability, long-term care, and annuities. Still working on my web design and not sure what to call my new found company. My fiance suggested Cheap & Easy Ins, but I don't think that will fly in IA. I'm up to suggestions. Happy hunting.
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Postby dekle19 » Tue May 13, 2014 9:14 pm

I too am very familiar with the operations of Bankers Life and Casualty; you made a smart move.
Welcome and congratulations on emancipating yourself..............
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Postby Grady » Fri May 16, 2014 6:47 pm

Thanks you all for welcoming me. Bankers may not be the best to work for, but I think it was a good first insurance job.
It definitely teaches you to bust your butt, otherwise you won't make a penney.
Over all I think working for them gave me a lot of knowledge that I can now use against them.
You can easily get all the dirt on a company when you work for them.
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Postby Findley » Fri May 23, 2014 5:41 pm

Originally Published by TRK3031962<br />
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Welcome for the community. Nothing beats being from underneath the large selfish flash, eh?<br />
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Bankers Life and Injury isn't selfish; they simply possess a selfish desire to have your cash and belongings. <br />
Oh Delay, GARBAGE! That's greed, sorry............LOL
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Postby Ludano » Wed May 28, 2014 2:40 am

Originally Published by bluebunnyins<br />
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Hi all, I Have been scanning this community on / off during the last year and today joining. I am 25 and also have experienced the insurance ind. To get a little over annually. I began promoting for BankersLife & Injury and desired to enter the ins aswell. I subsequently was drawn in to the dreadful Super Existence via a man a met. But that previous information just survived per month and today I Have eliminated FULLY-INDEPENDENT!! Providing from existence, wellness, impairment, long term treatment, and annuities. Nevertheless focusing on my website design and never sure things to contact my new-found organization. My fiance recommended Inexpensive & Simple Inches, but I do not believe that may travel in IA. I am as much as recommendations. Pleased hunting.<br />
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Welcome! You're just like a large amount of us. You've discovered the difficult way.
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Postby Roxbury » Sat Jun 07, 2014 2:14 pm

How about..."Blue Bunny's International House of Insurance"

The quote: We have all the toppings...but don't drink the Kool-Aid
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Postby Nahum » Fri Jun 13, 2014 11:58 am

Welcome to the forum!

If you make it a year in this business, you might just make it. I think the test is 18 months.

I'm not sure about the name cheap and easy ins. Affordable sounds better then cheap to me.
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Postby Fairlay » Mon Sep 01, 2014 8:06 am

Welcome to the forum. Nothing like being out from under the big greedy thumb, eh?
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