I started with National Agents Alliance through Mike Lewantowicz in June 2006. I worked this business on a part-time basis until building it to an income I could afford to leave my full-time position in October 2007. I have several prior Agency Managers who said they will testify to my experience and most of whom experienced the same.
I worked my NAA independent business on a part-time basis eventually building my agency into 140 agents in 28 states. I was on several national conference calls with the founders of the company. The mortgage crisis hit and I went looking for additional income sources to help support my business since I was supposed to be "independent". Mike Lewantowicz decided to have me terminated without ANY official notice from him or National Agents Alliance because I contracted to sell health insurance to support the downturn in leads.
We had the fastest growing team in the Alex Abuyuan Master Agency. I discussed the fact of me leaving a 15 year career to pursue this business with Alex and Mike. They both stated how they were behind me. I was never given official notice of my termination except from the carriers. NAA corporate never responded to any of my requests for status.
I have spent $3500 in attorney fees to date. We are looking for other Agency Managers who had this same situation happen to them who are willing to share their experience for a class action lawsuit. National Agents Alliance, their owners, Mike Lewantowicz, Alex Abuyuan, and others will be named.
If anyone has interest in contacting me or questions concerning National Agents Alliance or Mike Lewantowicz's TriState Financial Network, you may replay to this posting.
I'm sorry to have to do this, but my family has suffered greatly do to the activities of Mike Lewantowicz and National Agents Alliance. I have lost significant income and it's time we made a statement to shut down their illegal activities.
I sincerely say this to anyone considering NAA as a long-term business opportunity, run. You are playing with the lowest snakes in the insurance industry. You are not independent. You are not given fresh leads. You will pay more than you earn especially if you decide to build an agency.
If you decide to pursue National Agents Alliance after reading this from a prior respected Agency Manager, don't say you were never warned. I'm hoping this saves someone else from experiencing the same severe hardship as I have.
P.S. Philip Hudgins claims this to be a Christian company This is a RED FLAG... Hopefully there is a special place for people using this as their way to build a business.
Burned Prior NAA Agency Manager