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    So, if he's paying a VA $300 a week for lead gen, and he gets 30 leads (appointments) out of that, that's $10 a lead, right? 20% of those leads (appointments) have dropped off, so that's $12.50 a lead, right? That's a lot less than $26 - $45 a lead, plus he and VA qualify the leads.
     
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    Correction, he is paying for a second seat on the dialer for the VA, so that drives up the cost per lead.
     
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    I would recommend searching the forums for Aion and reading up before you make any decisions.
     
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    You're thinking waaay to deep about this, do you realize how much time it takes to run this system lol?
     
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    Im about to watch it again now. I also work primarily with Mutual of Omaha. Love their products and underwriting process. Prices are great too. I need to get out of this full time gig Im working now and get over my Fear of doing this on my own from home.
     
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    goillini52 MAGA...Eat More Bacon & BUILD THAT WALL!!!

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    Can they still qualify if they've already gone blind?:huh:
     
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    Or have Hairy palm syndrome... Is that standard or preferred
     
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    You said you work with freight, right? I've been driving 18 wheelers for the past 3 years. Tough, tough, exhausting job. I drove doubles into Brooklyn NY 5 nights a week, and switched to days running USA mail with just a 53' trailer. Much easier than double trailers; however, trucking is simply exhausting and too demanding for the little money you make. I've decided to go back into insurance. The truck was therapeutic and had its purpose, but I'm ready to roll a different road now lol. It was quite the anomaly being a female in the trucking industry lol. I'm ready to write my own schedule and have a much more fluid income rather than a fixed income.
     
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