Very Curious

Apr 22, 2016

  1. YaMa
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    If I work as a captive agent and go thru binding authority...Then leave the company...and the company discontinues it..will I have to reapply in the same year if hired by a new agency for the same company (ie) I work for State Farm Jones Agency...get fired..and 4months later get hired by State Farm Smith Agency...will I have to redo my training and all....?
     
    YaMa, Apr 22, 2016
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    I think this is a question best asked to either Smith or Jones, but the bigger question is why would Smith hire you if Jones fired you 4 months earlier?
     
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    You must be bored....
     
    YaMa, Apr 22, 2016
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    goillini52 MAGA...Eat More Bacon & BUILD THAT WALL!!!

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    I guess I must be bored too, because I was wondering the same thing. Why did you get canned?:skeptical:
     
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    Office wasn't a fit for me....I agreed too quickly to the position..was just happy to have A position and didn't think it over. Being newly licensed....was let go..Choice was mutual...refocused..took My time..trying it again....it happens...I moved on...My resume is good enough to do that...

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    Basically I just want the answer to that question....

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    Basically I just want the answer to that question....
     
    YaMa, Apr 22, 2016
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    goillini52 MAGA...Eat More Bacon & BUILD THAT WALL!!!

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    I don't call getting fired a mutual agreement. Whether or not you have to be retrained would be up to Mr. Smith.

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    I don't call getting fired a mutual agreement. Whether or not you have to be retrained would be up to Mr. Smith.
     
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    rousemark Still Here!

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    If you are talking about reapplying for your insurance license, then no you shouldn't have to do so. If you're talking about having to go through the SF training to have binding authority, then that is up to the company, you will have to ask them. Are you even eligible for rehire?
     
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    Josh Retired Agent, Current List Broker

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    I don't know how it works with State Farm, but with Allstate (when I was there) an agent could leave one agency and then go to the next. They'd "disable" it when they left, but when they want to the new shop they would "reactivate" it.
     
    Josh, Apr 22, 2016
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