- Report: #133892
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: National Income Life Insurance Company Of New York
National Income Life Insurance Company Of New YorkOldham Agency - 1567 E. Henrietta Rd. Rochester, New York U.S.A.
National Income Life Insurance Company Of New York What to do? Pie in the sky crap or legit employment opportunity ? HELP! Rochester New York
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*Consumer Suggestion: Ha Ha Ingrate, more name calling from NILICO, AIL, TORCHMARK
*Consumer Comment: Where is your integrity?
*Consumer Comment: Where is your integrity?
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: To Tom C, Tim, Jimmie, Spider-man, Mighty Mouse,etc
*Consumer Comment: These morons make it all that harder for the legitimate companies out there that are not scared to pay their people.
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Good questions Fritz but I suspect your gut feelings are correct.
*Consumer Comment: OK Matthew ! started this thread over the frustration of not getting my answers to questions and phone calls returned
*Consumer Suggestion: Matthew, I learned a lot from you guys, I've been learning since last Oct. when Mike Nowak was supposed to deliver my $1,000 no cost accidental death
*UPDATE Employee: Nice Retort.
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Oh Matthew, The tears are running again! Thank God you were there!
*Consumer Suggestion: I guess I called Rays story, probably written by Jim Bianchi the king story teller
*UPDATE Employee: How Much Proof Would You Like?
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Fritz , don't worry , Jim is scared to call back anyone with questions
*Author of original report: No longer split on decision. NY State will soon catch on to what I truly believe is now a clever scam.
*UPDATE Employee: HAHA LEE - There are tons of people in the company that make great money, and are very honest and forthcoming.
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Any good stuff on these sites are written by current (hiring managers). Jim said never answer a question directly but always answer it in a way to confuse and move to the next positive selling point.
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: teeth? the whole co seems like a scam
*Consumer Suggestion: Ray claims to work for the 435 Union Hall, WHERE?
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: You are all ridiculous Get over it and go to state fairgrounds, where you belong.
*Consumer Comment: Union Officer To be honest, insurance companies & any type of salesperson are not my favorite.
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: To John or Jim the happy ex employee/ recruiter from NILICO and American Income, Torchmark, Local 277
*Consumer Comment: I would not get involved with National Income Life
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Imagine is John's key word
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Wake up Fool! This moron responding is probably Jim Biancci or one of his hiring managers saying good things about National Income.
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Wake up Fool! Anyone who has worked there will tell you this is crap.
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: there are disgruntled people all over the world
*Consumer Comment: Why?Just too much negative
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Do you the think the "NYS Insurance radar
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I've been a fully licensed agent for years, I'm now switching gears and I'm just wondering if there is anyone in the Rochester, NY market who can tell me what the real deal is. I left a message for a Jim Bianchi the manager in the Oldham agency office that has gone unanswered. He is also the slick looking manager who put on the 2nd interview presentation.
If anyone can respond to my experience or perhaps went through the training and can leave some real feedback and not just sour grapes, I'd appreciate it. I'm looking to secure employment and don't want to be had on a scam. Because although the 7 days 80 hours a week schedule seems overwhelming, the income and free leads don't sound all that bad to pass on. Believe me I was recently employed with a company that required 200 cold calls a day! and be lucky to nail down 4-5 decent appointments in a week. So when someone hears free leads it's almost too good to be true. Is NILICO of NY an AIL company to good to be true?
Rochester, New York
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/05/2005 04:50 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/National-Income-Life-Insurance-Company-Of-New-York/Rochester-New-York-14623/National-Income-Life-Insurance-Company-Of-New-York-What-to-do-Pie-in-the-sky-crap-or-legi-133892. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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