Lead in Arkansas available

Jun 10, 2008

  1. Guest
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    I have a lead in Arkansas, one of the few states I'm not licensed in. I will not just give it to anyone, I'll give it to you (free, yes, free) but I have to know you have the ability to close it, that you represent several companies to really get them the best plan at the best price.

    Let me know.

    Thanks!

    :swoon:
     
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  2. moonlightandmargaritas
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    I can see why you're not licensed there, Arkansas is a tricky state to do health insurance in.

    You've got to have a company that allows someone to cover their sister as a "spouse"...
     
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    ha ha, that's so funny, I look forward to your comments up here, so ya know. Hysterical.

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    Is there any demand for dental insurance in AK? Perhaps if the premium was based on "per tooth."

    Rick
     
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    Sorry for the hijack but are there any health insurance choices in NY?

    Rick
     
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    This is how we know that the "toothbrush" was invented in Arkansas.

    Had it been invented anywhere else, it would have been called.......are you ready for this.......the "teeth-brush".

    :D:goofy::noteworthy::laugh::twitchy:

    Oh man.....I slay me.
     
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    My resident is NY and yes there are many products here, UHC merged with Oxford, Aetna (at $900 per individual) HIP, GHI etc, the problem is it's all community rated, it's crazy expensive, and the commissions are not competitive, 4% to 8% is the most you'll get.
     
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    At least I know where to go for humor, lol.

    I can write Assurant in Arkansas (if they're even available) there with the little trick in the app process but not comfortable with it.

    Any suggestions?
     
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    I'm in Arkansas, but will be unable to help out, fairly new to insurance biz, still going thru training..what location in Arkansas, I could take it and have my trainer use it to train me, he has 16 years exp. if that didnt bother you.
     
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    Oh yea, born and raised in Arkansas and I have all me tooths...my biggest problem is keeping the rocks and thorns from hurting me feet...:D
     
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