Good Insurance Company

Jun 5, 2019

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    I'm an experienced agent, but took a break and drove 18 wheelers for 3 years. I'm now wanting to get back into selling life insurance; however, there are quite a few MLMs out there now - SFG, Equis, etc. Wondering what is a good company to go with, Thanks.
     
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    Personally, I'd avoid ALL the MLM's. Unless you want to be severely underpaid and have alot of unnecessary expense, and not own your business.
     
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    Thank you for your kind response What MLMs are buzzing around nowadays? Like Symmetry, Equis, and what others if I may ask please? Thank you .
     
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    You looking to do FE?
     
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    Yes, I'm looking at FE. I wrote for Senior Life before. Senior Life is an easy sale, imho. I did F2F and telesales with them. I'm thinking about going back with them. I checked it out, and all systems are go for me to get started with them again. I'm also thinking about going with Colonial Life for B2B sales; however, this is a looooong process to get the ball rolling with a business, enrollment, etc.
     
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    Three other big ones are WFG and FEG and Primerica - they've all been around a while and focus more in the traditional space. I'm sure there are plenty more.
     
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    What companies do you feel are good companies? Thanks.
     
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    If you know your stuff... you need to go Indy... don't mess with others. Take a look at 3 strong companies that would represent a price buster, a middle of the road easy underwriting, and a GI.
     
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    No offense, but are you trying to repeat what put you into a truck for 3 years? As someone pointed out if you have experience consider going independent Get paid your worth
     
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    I'm not sure about your question. I want to get off the road (in an 18-wheeler, that is; I understand I'll be driving my 4-wheeler quite a bit in order to meet with appointments - been there done that lol). I want to have control of my own income and schedule. I don't want to be driving an 18-wheeler when there is a tornado funnel in the neighborhood (just had this experience!) I want to help families. I want to make a difference in families' lives in helping them to be prepared for the inevitable (just buried a 47-year-old friend who had a stroke - the family was totally blindsided - he died way too prematurely). I want to make more money than I am on a truck. Trucking can be brutal; it's a tough, dangerous job. I don't know if this relates to your question.
     
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