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May 16, 2018

  1. goillini52
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    goillini52 MAGA...Eat More Bacon & BUILD THAT WALL!!!

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    Although it's $21 a year more than the unverified "lowest price", there is a link in Post #2. :yes:

    E&O for Life & Health Agents licensed LESS than 2 yearsand have commission income less than $100,000 is even less than the unverified "lowest price" at $29.33 a month/$374 a year(doesn't include annuities).
     
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    GreenSky Guru

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    Thanks for being the only one to ask nicely. Here's a link to the "unverified" plan. You need to affiliate with one of MANY companies.

    NAPA Direct Life and Health E&O.

    This is a different link than the non-affiliated NAPA site. I do know that affiliating with Medico and many others gets a better rate. I wonder how many will attack me for this?

    Rick
     
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    goillini52 MAGA...Eat More Bacon & BUILD THAT WALL!!!

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    Probably dozens, you know how some of thoes people can be. :biggrin:
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    "Interesting that agents say they shop around but NAPA isn't the lowest price." <<<Funny how you say that, then post a link to NAPA. Thanks for making my day!!!:twitchy::laugh::twitchy:
     
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    Try and see E&O For Less!
     
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    So as I understand it, NAPA is the cheapest however you can also try NAPA, which is cheaper.
     
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    Yep. Two different ways to access them. The difference is by going "direct" you save money and get better coverage.

    Rick
     
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    Norwayguy I have spent way too much time here.

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    My experience with the affiliate link is if you sever your contract with the insurance company you lose your e&o policy...yes you can resign again but not certain how that affects you if your hit with claim at the same time.
     
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    Prior acts are covered so the claim issue isn't a problem.

    There are so many affiliated insurance companies my experience is this is also not an issue. Plus all policies are year to year so don't see any downside in saving money and getting potentially better coverage.

    Rick
     
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    The link at the very bottom of N.A.A.I.P. has e and o for 31/month with no annuties and 39/month with annuities. We are just trying to get the best deal for agents. Is there a better deal out there for agents?
     
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