Very common question, “Can I start as an independent agent with no money and very bad credit?” The short answer is: NO
This video seeks to answer one of the most common questions a new, potential agent has about starting as an insurance agent, either with Medicare Supplement sales or Final Expense life insurance.
With bad credit, companies are not likely to advance commissions. With really bad credit (recent bankruptcies, pending/recent foreclosures, etc.) they are not likely to contract with you at all.
Why? Because they see it as a fiduciary risk where your intentions might be to stay afloat, financially, at any cost, including costing them money by writing bad or fraudulent business.
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