Prudential questions

Sep 29, 2015

  1. playball41
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    OK so I am talking with Prudential and the manager states that as a Financial rep with them I can also write liberty mutual auto and home is this really true?
     
  2. DHK
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    DHK "YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE TRUTH!"

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    Here's what you do:

    Google your local office and click on some agent profiles.

    Here's one:
    DeWitt Nugent | Ontario, CA | Prudential Financial

    Yes, it looks like they can write liberty mutual auto and home, as long as you are properly licensed to do so.
     
    DHK, Sep 29, 2015
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    Good stuff I think I am going to go with Prudential they seem to have a freat management team in place in Pittsburgh here . Ive looked at a couple like Pru, AIg... and Since I could do auto and homeowners with Pru it's a done deal.
     
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    Remember if you don't hit certain Life production number you will not be allowed to write P&C.
     
    msgins, Sep 30, 2015
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    Really? good heads up I didnt know that either feel free to tell me more about Pru
     
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    Idid prudential 27 years, 1971 to 1998. Prudential used to be a good company.

    I still have the 100th anniversary book, "from 3 cents a week". I was one of the brainwashed career agents.

    If only I had left 10 yrs earlier!

    I wouldn't go to pru thinking I was going to have a career selling p&c.
     
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    There might be something to be said for having the entire relationship (including P&C) "in house"? But I wouldn't want to have a quota to meet for P&C if my focus should be on life, annuities, and planning.


    I wonder if writing P&C for Prudential would count as qualified experience towards being an independent P&C agent? Somehow, I don't think it would, but I really wouldn't know.
     
    DHK, Oct 1, 2015
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    Mutual of Omaha offers same thing getting ready to do that program as well but you don't own the book.

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    Liberty Mutual is not a very competitive product either I worked for them for 5 years.
     
    cgreene, Oct 1, 2015
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    You can get to Liberty through Pru, MassMutual, or Mutual of Omaha. I think MOO has the best deal and I do really really well w/ Liberty through MOO.
     
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    MOO pays 15 new and 12 renewal
     
    cgreene, Oct 3, 2015
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