Originally Posted by maryjd123
being on the groundfloor of this opportunity is what it is all about
Sounds like an MLM (network marekting) deal to me. When I hear 'ground floor' I usually run for higher ground!
noone in the management knows what insurance company it is, nor the financial institution that is backing it -- if we knew beforehand then it would be insider trading
So the financial institution is publically traded? I sort of doubt that, but we'll find out. And I would think this would have to have various state approvals, filings, etc. I don't think I've ever heard of an insurance product kept 'secret' before.
How could you possibliy know that, given what you've posted earlier?
i have worked with these people for several years and do not doubt their word at all.
I voted for Nixon ("I'am not a crook") and Bush "Read my lips, no new taxes" so please don't tell me about "their word."
all i am saying is if you want in --- let me know
Sounds like you are looking to form a down-line? Mary, if this IS some kind of MLM, pyramid thing, and you didn't say so right here and now, your reputation, which is pretty strong (here and now) is going to be crap. So if you have something to say, I suggest it is better to say it now instead of beating the drums and trying to use suspense to caputre our attention.
-- because i have worked with these people in the past - i was called and emailed with this opportunity
And why you... and not me... or anyone else on this board? Perhaps because you are in someone's MLM downline?
i will be able to post the website where you can get more information hopefully by tomorrow or monday morning
What exactly prohibits you from posting it right now? Did you sign an NDA?
and on the talk about millionaires -- thats what was emailed to me...
That is standard MLM hype. Done all the time. When was the last time you got a call from a reputable insurance company saying "Pssst, Mary! We have a secret deal that we only want to let you in on at first, and then bring on others later. Here's the deal... but don't tell anyone." Would you hear that from a Pyaramid, or a West Coast Life, or a Met, or any Cross/Shield?
but think about it...
's came out -- no cost to the enrollee --
same concept different situation
was backed by the full faith and credit of the Federal government. They were under discussion for years, everyone knew they were coming, there was no surprise.... little hype... and little interest (at first.)
depending on their age -- they have the continental care plan
A what care plan?
at 24 dollars a month and it comes packaged with a 15k life policy -- who would turn that down???????????
Lots of people who might not want someone else to profit off of their death as is done in (e.)COLI plans.
i know its not available in wyoming but -- by the end of the year it will be in all 50 states -
And you know this how?
- if it were in wyoming --- i would be on the phone from 8 am till 8 pm calling all of my clients and telling them about it.
Hmmm. So you've seen the actual policy and the details? But you can't tell us who or where they are from? Does anyone smell day-old fish here?
think of how many people this will help -- and if you are a new agent selling life insurance -- or wants to start out in NAA
So are you saying (without really saying) that this is from National Agents Aliance? And their reputation is what?
yes just like an ma
there will be things to explain
I have this feeling that the operative word here is not 'explain' but 'hide.'
but --- 15k goes to whoever as the beneficiary they want
And what does the insurance company/finance company/investors, etc. get out of it? Who funds it? You've obviously seen the details. So tell us what they are.
as long as they can answer the 5 health questions...
What questions are those?
Compared to what? NASE?
Mary, please. Stand up and give us full-disclosure or stop with the MLM-like teasers. OK?