National Agents Alliance
Hanover, Maryland United States of America
National Agents Alliance "High School" like peer pressure... Hanover, Maryland
NAA is not what they say they are. I ran into a lot of immature people there. They like to use this peer pressure tactic to get you in. I never really liked it. I just went because of a suggestion from a friend. They do have good team spirit and you can make money but it costs money to do so and you have to make A LOT of calls. You could spend up to $30n on one lead and if you go to someone's house and they get nothing you also wasted gas.
There are some people to keep an eye for when/if you go. Katz has a deceitful smile. Never trusted anything he said. Abyan tried to talk bad about another company and ended up looking bad himself because people left NAA for said company (AIOagents.com). Reyes is vindictive if you don't fall for his weak "sales" pitch. Lear is another "peer pressure" guy who talks like he's on crack and his girlfriend Nikki has a nasty attitude. Randy is a short punk who talks about people under his breath. Never liked him.
The only people I liked were Rayna Reyes because she is actually humble and helpful. Her husband is a different story. Jane and her husband (forgot his name) are cool and I wish them the best. Tim Walko is a good guy. If you get on anyone's team, it should be his, although he is also on the same team as Nikki and Lear. Most of the people I knew there left and are not going back. These are people who had their licenses for decades now, so they are not rookies in this field at all.
Bottom line: If you like making phone calls A LOT and going to random strangers house than this is for you. If you're new to the field however, I do not suggest doing this. I've heard the top people are raising prices and doing other things to pump money into this business. NAA is not their bread and butter from what I am being told.
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