Originally Posted by mikeorr
WARNING!!! Don't send your employees or agents to Mike Russ Financial Training Centers. They own an insurance agency, Pipeline Insurance, and make it a regular practice to solicit jobs to their "alumni" (your employees). I confronted them on this issue and they said they have no intention of changing their practices.
spoke to the ceo of mike russ school this is what he sent, said he sent to you?
Mike, here is the situation regarding the email that has upset you:
We have had a job board on our Mike Russ Club website for the last couple years and send out an email every couple weeks to our alumni that are seeking employment. These job opportunities are provided to us by different companies and all their details are posted on our website. On this particular email we sent out for a $12 an hour secretary position in Chula Vista to past alumni in our database trying to fill a position and get a good person employed. If you took offense to this email we apologize and would like to propose a resolution so that this does not happen again. Proposal: if you provide us with the email addresses of your staff we will delete them from our database and they will receive no more email communication in the future from our company or just verify to delete all emails ending in "glquote.com"
Regarding sending out information on public forums or to other industry professionals that is something I cannot control on your end and based upon "gl quote.com" in your email address I assume you understand what can and cannot be said.
If you would like to discuss this matter further my personal cell phone number is xxx-xxx-xxxx or you may email me.
We do appreciate your business and there was no intention of "stealing" any of your agents as we have never done that or ever will. Please give me any recommendations to a resolution in writing so I can make sure my company/staff understands what the arrangements will be.
Thank you for your time and enjoy your day.