NAA, claims to have christian conservative values and open arms to the disenfranchised. However, my experience as a hired agent was completely different. During training meetings the sales training reps would openly mock their clients but soon after make up some sort of heartfelt identity that they could sucker people into believing. All of these issues are just the beginning of my poor experience with NAA. As a agent for NAA, I was told their was promised leads that were the best in the business. As a previous business owner I am aware of the fact you have to spend money to make money. And so far I have invested over 800$ Dollars in to this program. Today I made the call to they call your upline. Mine is Joe Burt, who seemed like a swell guy during the hiring process. However, during my call I was told that as I was requesting to purchase leads that "I was acting like a loser." Keep in mind the goal of this call was to get approved to buy more leads in order to sell more life insurance policies and potentially make him more money. So at this point I'm so frustrated I mention to Joe had also mentioned at one point that he himself had a ruff start in to this business so I was a little more than surprised to hear his disdain.
So far what has NAA taught me. Not to trust people who are involved with this program. And don't give any more money to this organization because they are not in it to help the little guy as much as they might claim.
Also I just recently delivered them two candidates of which I am supposed to be getting paid for.... I'm pretty sure that's not going to happen as well.
Their model is to bleed people dry and move on to the next sucker.
I am currently looking for new work outside of this industry completely.