This company contacted me via email in June while I was living in Louisiana. During my conversation with them they advised me they were interviewing for Customer Service Managers/customer service and other positions. Which I found out later was a lie. I drove 9 hours to attend what I thought was a one on one interview. Upon entering immediately the facilitator (my future supervisor) apologizes for the group setting stating they had so many applicants this would save time. We were told during the presentation that we had the potential to earn a minimum of $35,000 a year but our earning potential would be up to us. We were told training was substantial and that we would be assigned a field trainer. And that medical insurance was provided by the company. I was accepted for the job and was told a gentleman that made over $200,000 would be my field trainer. I paid to take the course to obtain my Missouri license and actually moved to Missouri to pursue a "career" with Bankers Life and Casualty. Once I received my license and started I was told we had to pay for insurance to protect us, we had to pay for our leads after three months, and we had to pay for any chargebacks (if the customer cancels).
Not only that, they don't provide medical insurance, I would have to obtain that individually. But outside of all that. The training was horrible, they switched my field trainer without telling me why, from someone that made $200,000 a year to someone who was "not even a field trainer". My first day on the job he left me on the phone alone, the first run I made with an agent they were an hour late meeting with the client. I tried calling the agent to confirm our appointment my calls went ignored. I then was told to set appointments and someone would be assigned to accompany me, the entire day no one from Bankers would contact me which meant my appointments were not handled. I know this is lengthy but please beware of this company. They lie to get you in the door and then you're left to fend for yourself. I never made a dime with this company only worked about week and half and was out of about $300.00. I had to quit. Even the agents admitted there were months they would go without making much money. One agent advised she had to stop renting and purchase a rundown trailer because she could not afford to pay rent on her Bankers salary. That told me a lot.
St. Louis, Missouri