Advanced commissions for AIG and West Coast Life

Apr 26, 2007

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    Does anyone know how I can get appointed with AIG and West Coast life with advanced commissions and also at the best commissions? I currently am looking into contracting with Financial Brokerage but they require you to be with them for 6 months before they give you advanced commissions. I would reallly appreciate any info.
     
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    what state are you in?
     
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    I'm in Texas.
     
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    start with randy ford 800-950-7474.....I have an advance on aig (20&30 is 100% rop is 90%..15 is 90% and 10 is 70%) with them but I have had this for many years....I have an advance cap of $1,500 per case.....as far as west coast I have that somewhere else.....tell them scott thiltgen sent ya...
     
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    Thanks STI! I've talked to him and i'm just waiting for some e-mail to look at what they offer.
     
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    Hello Scott!

    I always see agent shop for commissions but even they get 200% of the sale $0 they still make $0... that what happen in most cases. Right?

    How is business?
     
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    Oleg, are you suggesting that agents shouldn't try to look for the best commissions they can get? I'm saying best not highest because for some agents taking a cut from their commissions wold be worth it if they can get the right support that would help them succeed.

    Well, I'm doing this full-time and this business has been good to me but a 10% or 20% difference in commissions will still make a big impact on my bottom line.
     
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    It's all up to the marketing skills you have. I know many agents get 100% commissions but produce 0. they need leads ... I think there are many posts about how to generate free leads , door to door or businesses. by the way , John Petrowski is a master in the door to door leads. You might want to talk to him but the main point to get rolling . I have many agents who would rather go for 55 -65 commissions and get free leads . I can also offer 100% commission on AIG and 75 %Advance . I can offer F&G with 100% and many other carriers.
    I am licensed in 11 states .

     
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    yea thats what you need....some killer oleg support.....what is your advance again oleg.....
     
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    Why not just sell an annual premium? That's what I do. A few of my clients are on quarterly, but most pay annual.

    All you have to do is ask. Most will be able to pay a yearly premium.
     
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