Life And Health Insurance Agents Needed

Mortgage Protection Center Denver , CO 80201

Posted 9 months ago

Job Description

LIFE AND HEALTH INSURANCE AGENTS NEEDED.
PART TIME OR FULL TIME
EXPERIENCE NOT NECESSARY
NOT LICENSED-NO PROBLEM
GREAT TRAINING PROGRAM TO OBTAIN LICENSE.
IN-HOUSE LEADS-THESE ARE PEOPLE WHO HAVE FILLED OUT A FORM AND REQUESTED FOR
SOMEONE TO CONTACT AND HELP THEM.
WE HAVE TOO MANY LEADS AND NOT ENOUGH REPS
RESIDUAL INCOME--- ABILITY TO EARN RESIDUAL INCOME
TRAINING WITH TOP PRODUCERS
YEARLY EXOTIC INCENTIVE TRIPS
WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR:
DRIVEN TO SUCCEED AND HELP OTHERS
DRIVEN TO CHANGE THEIR FINANCIAL SITUATION
SELF MOTIVATED
HARD WORKING
COACHABLE-VERY IMPORTANT
TEAM PLAYER/LEADER
BUSINESS MIND SET
WILLING TO PLUG INTO OUR TRAINING PROGRAM AND SYSTEM
INCOME:
PART TIME- 35-75K
FULL TIME- 100K+ FIRST YEAR
AVERAGE: $519 PER APPOINTMENT
REQUIREMENTS:
LIFE INSURANCE LICENSE OR WILLINGNESS TO OBTAIN ONE
(CAN BE OBTAINED IN 20 DAYS OR LESS)
IF THIS IS YOU, REPLY TO THIS AD. INCLUDE PHONE NUMBER & RESUME FOR INTERVIEW

Company Description

At Mortgage Protection Center, we offer a variety of life insurance options to suit your needs and your budget. Whether you have just gotten married, bought a home, or want to prepare for lifes other unexpected twists, we have an insurance plan for you.
Our goal at Mortgage Protection Center is to provide you with the best life insurance coverage you can get at the best rate possible. We believe that our variety of products and carriers allow us to offer you the best options for protecting your familys future.
Our range of insurance options include mortgage protection insurance, mortgage disability insurance, final expense insurance, tax-free retirement, spouse insurance, single premium whole life and term life insurance. We believe that different people have different insurance coverage needs, so we offer a life insurance plan for everyone.
Consider your familys future what would happen to them if you suffered a debilitating illness or injury, or suddenly passed away? Would they lose their home because they couldnt pay the mortgage? Would they have money for basic necessities and monthly bills? Would your spouses salary be enough to pay all regular and additional expenses? Would your family be able to afford your funeral? Your family is your main priority, and we want to help you protect them from financial devastation in the event of your disability or death.
Take the first step to protecting your familys future by learning more about our different kinds of life insurance and getting your free quote today. Fill out the form or call today to talk to an experienced insurance representative about what option is best for you.
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