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.