• Report: #891387

Complaint Review: National Agents Alliance

  • Submitted: Thu, May 31, 2012
  • Updated: Mon, June 18, 2012

  • Reported By: John — Nationwide United States of America
National Agents Alliance
Internet United States of America

National Agents Alliance National Agents Alliance Scam Internet

*UPDATE Employee: Blame Game

*UPDATE Employee: Blame Game

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I have been working with National Agents Alliance for the past four months and recently quit. Now that I am out of the business I can clearly see how "brainwashed" I was and how they talked me in to almost anything that had to do with investing in the business.
Over the course of 4 months, I have spent around $2,000 on just buying leads, errors and omissions, getting my license, driving to different counties and appointments and buying different company merchandise from the website. It is almost unbearable to me when I think back and was told by my up-line that things would improve and I really needed to invest in more leads in order to get some return and make some sales. I ended up spending an enormous amount on A-Leads that I was told were guaranteed sales and ended up being people telling me to leave them alone; they were not interested (even though I stuck directly to the script I was given).
Besides the unbearable amount of investments I made, the people at this organization worship Andy Albright and the ground he walks. I have to say it is strange to watch. Everything in this organization is about making money and who can make the most money. I cannot respect an organization that is just about making money and not about the best interest of the customers. I have had numerous times where I have attended appointments to find out that buying an insurance plan for 60 dollars a month was not in the best interest of the client. It would often end up hurting them financially in the long run or they would cancel the policy later. After such appointments I was told by my up-line that I had failed by not talking them in to this deal. This company is unethical in so many ways to me.
Another strong disagreement that I had was the so called script that we are told to call by. I will not get in to much detail but the whole organization and time I spent there left a bitter taste in my mouth. OK- if you have 10,000 to invest in leads and want to start a business than by all means go ahead- but if you are on a budget and start off with NAA... Good luck. The only way you are going to make money in this organization is if you find another ten schmucks that you talk in to starting with NAA and they actually fulfill getting their license and making some sales (good luck with that). Job seekers beware; at first this may seem like an amazing opportunity but all the company is really looking for is a way to make more money off of you. 

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#1 UPDATE Employee

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AUTHOR: NAASucess - (United States of America)

I too am a fairly new agent with NAA, have been working with these great bunch of Mentors since November of 2011 and have found nothing but positive success with their sales and leads system. Which is exactly that, a proven system that when followed correctly WILL work and make a difference in your life and the lives of the clients in which you serve.  We are all bound by our moral decisions and are free to choose as we wish, but when we don't follow the SYSTEM and you have bad results, you don't have the right to blame the system for your lack of success.

I agree that the Leads distribution system could use a little tweaking, but all and all it has been the kick start to my success.  I am in no way or ever will doubt the Leadership of Andy Albright and will stand and applaud him and the other founding core for what they have been able to accomplish.  Which is to show us all a way to make money, have fun and provide a crucial service to our communities.

So what I really need to ask of you is to look deep the mirror and look at what could have been done differently on your behalf.  One I think is that you did spend way to much too early, without getting any return, but whose fault is that?  You are in control of your own budget, and should spend accordingly. Starting out I only purchased the cheap leads in rural areas that didn't get a lot of coverage. My first lead bill consisted of 10 leads that was a total of about $60, form those leads and using the sales coaching and relying on my own experience I submitted $4600 in Annual Premium and based on my commission level at the time, produced about $2500 in income, which I think is a pretty good return.  Mainly I am working from my warm market and not being afraid of asking for referrals and seeing outstanding results from that, although I admit, I am now buying some of the A leads and seeing about the same type of return.  What I think most people get mislead by is that it is not a lazy man's business, to accomplish the goals and income levels that are dreamed about with in the NAA organization is that you have to be willing to put in the work and do what it takes to succeed not matter what the obstacle in front of you maybe.

I regret that you had such a bad experience with NAA, and wish that it could have been different for you because for me, I have found nothing but excellence and professionalism with a very solid direction of where my career can go,  I may not be the next Fitz, but it is good to know that there is nothing stopping me from trying.  Good luck to you in your next venture, and P.S if you didn't like NAA stay away from Amway!
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AUTHOR: NAASucess - (United States of America)

I too am a fairly new agent with NAA, have been working with these great bunch of Mentors since November of 2011 and have found nothing but positive success with their sales and leads system. Which is exactly that, a proven system that when followed correctly WILL work and make a difference in your life and the lives of the clients in which you serve.  We are all bound by our moral decisions and are free to choose as we wish, but when we don't follow the SYSTEM and you have bad results, you don't have the right to blame the system for your lack of success.

I agree that the Leads distribution system could use a little tweaking, but all and all it has been the kick start to my success.  I am in no way or ever will doubt the Leadership of Andy Albright and will stand and applaud him and the other founding core for what they have been able to accomplish.  Which is to show us all a way to make money, have fun and provide a crucial service to our communities.

So what I really need to ask of you is to look deep the mirror and look at what could have been done differently on your behalf.  One I think is that you did spend way to much too early, without getting any return, but whose fault is that?  You are in control of your own budget, and should spend accordingly. Starting out I only purchased the cheap leads in rural areas that didn't get a lot of coverage. My first lead bill consisted of 10 leads that was a total of about $60, form those leads and using the sales coaching and relying on my own experience I submitted $4600 in Annual Premium and based on my commission level at the time, produced about $2500 in income, which I think is a pretty good return.  Mainly I am working from my warm market and not being afraid of asking for referrals and seeing outstanding results from that, although I admit, I am now buying some of the A leads and seeing about the same type of return.  What I think most people get mislead by is that it is not a lazy man's business, to accomplish the goals and income levels that are dreamed about with in the NAA organization is that you have to be willing to put in the work and do what it takes to succeed not matter what the obstacle in front of you maybe.

I regret that you had such a bad experience with NAA, and wish that it could have been different for you because for me, I have found nothing but excellence and professionalism with a very solid direction of where my career can go,  I may not be the next Fitz, but it is good to know that there is nothing stopping me from trying.  Good luck to you in your next venture, and P.S if you didn't like NAA stay away from Amway!
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