Originally Posted by Limozine
My question is: my manager says I can only get consent to contact forms and have to set in-home or in-office appointments for later to write apps. Can I not take MAPD
applications at the Walmart? It would seem to me to be the much better way to go, if possible.
Having worked several retail settings i can tell you that your manager is incorrect. You can take an app on site but there are a couple of reasons you might not want to.
1. You are in a public setting. Everyone may be able to see your client's personal info. If they insist, find a private spot to do the app.
2. You still have to do a full and compliant presentation. Depending on their requirements, you can be talking to them for a long time which also means you can't talk to anybody else at the same time.
In my opinion, it's best to set the appointment and go see them later where they'll have access to all their documents, medicines and any other info you may need.