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Nov 11, 2007

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    I am in need of an annuity product (with a good company, of course) that has a good bonus to it. Also looking for an indexed annuity.
    Problem is, I placed it with Alliantz in the Endurance 15 yr and because the guy wants to take the 10% out a year, they don't want to do it for him. They say the suitability doesn't work out because he has his liquid cash in reverse mortgage money.

    Any suggestions, I have until Tuesday to find something else.:mad:
     
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    Try Midland Annuities. Nice company, no FMO... you go direct.

    Al
     
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    Thanks, I'm checking it now.
     
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    Charter Series 7,10, 14. Indexed, 7% bonus on every single premium payment for the first 7 years of the contract.
     
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    If you are talking North American I would stay away. Lousy customer service.
     
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    Customer Service isn't that great no, but it's really no worse than anyone else. Best customer service I've had is from American National. Who's the best to you Senior Advisor?
     
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    Good company, use their Indexed UL's a lot. Haven't really checked out their Annuities though.
     
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    I have Midland emailing me contracting papers, their product looks good with a 14 yr or 10 yr walk away, depending on chosen product.

    Give me any negatives you might have on this company, I appreciate everyone's input on this, your help and input has given me some direction and ALOT of inspiration. I haven't really tried selling anything in the last 10 yrs, so I'm just getting back into it. Many, many thanks.:)

    To give you a better picture:
    Client is 66yrs old, $80,000 IRA, looking for $500.00 per month or 8-10% withdrawal after first year to supplement income.
     
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