Georgia Sub-Agents

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  1. GeorgiaAgent
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    Can you pay commissions to employees who hold Georgia sub-agent (or limited sub-agent) licenses?

    I have been given conflicting answers to this question from the commissioner's office!!!!!!!!!!

    I greatly appreciate your responses!
     
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    Call Oxendine's office back and speak to Marianne Wargula. Do as she says.
     
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    Yes - you can.

    They cannot bind business.

    They can only function for their assigned writing agent.

    They can qualify the lead, quote the lead, complete the app, deliver paperwork, ask health questions - everything the writing agent can do EXCEPT bind the business (sign the app, etc)

    Tom
     
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    I know this might be a little off topic but we don't have these type of agents in Maine...Do the sub-agent have to take the insurance exam? Is it watered down? Why would someone want to be a sub-agent?

    Peter
     
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