Florida License Question: Will I get denied?

Aug 25, 2008

  1. grincholis
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    I would like to become a licensed agent, and have licensed agency.


    After looking over the 2-15 application online, I am concerned I will not get approved.

    Background:
    • 4 Judgments, all paid (3 credit cards, 1 repossession)
    • divorce
    • 1 Arbitration award, not paid, negotiating a settlement
    • Denied admittance to practice law because of deliquent debts from the past.
    • Denied a probate bond 5 years ago because of credit.
    • Have not been deliquent on other/current obligations in over 3.5 years.
    Am I wasting my time with the application?

    Thanks in advance.
     
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  2. Paradigm
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    You should be fine since ur credit has been ok for several years
     
    Paradigm, Aug 25, 2008
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  3. moonlightandmargaritas
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    You'll be fine, your credit has nothing to do with it.

    The only thing that could jeopardize a Florida insurance license is a felony conviction, and you can even get an exception for that, depending upon the type of crime.
     
  4. TXINSURANCE
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    You sound like the average agent... LOL

    You should be fine, some carriers might give you trouble with advances that is about all.
     
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    hey tex... why the hot half necked blond chick on your website??
     
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    Sorry Peeler I'll post a big fatty for you
     
  7. somarco
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    Dang.

    Made me look.
     
    somarco, Aug 26, 2008
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    Half necked... or half naked... (neck-ed). Oh that must be what you mean. I thought maybe you were more accustomed to some giraffe lady at first...

    I forgot to inflect the TX pronunciation into the sentence... Now it makes perfectly good sense. :idea:
     
  9. moonlightandmargaritas
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    I thought in Tejas it was spelled...."nekkid".
     
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    It don't really matter... we ain't two good at spellin' in Texas... 'member?
     
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