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Old Mar 31st, 2006, 11:56 AM   #11
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Yes, but they are apparently very good at resurrecting the dead.
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Old Mar 31st, 2006, 01:10 PM   #12
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" ... Yes, but they are apparently very good at resurrecting the dead. ..."

Naturally; the secret of resurrection is the means they use to avoid paying out policies. I would expect they would be investing a great deal into it; perhaps they start out the <b>Juniour Resurrection Executives</b>, AKA "four hundred dollar a month executives", on dead threads, and move up from there.

After all, we know from the company literature that growth potential is "unlimited", and surely the greatest limit must be people's nasty habit of occasionally keeling over before the policy expires.
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Old Mar 31st, 2006, 01:22 PM   #13
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you are all wrong because i'm currently working for Altig International in the new office in Orange California and making good $$$$. The reason we email is because resumes are foward to us from the career builder!!!!!!!!!!!!! I JUST WANTED TO LET YOU KNOW THAT IT IS NOOOOOOOOOOOOO SCAM

how very 'Tom Cruise'
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Old Mar 31st, 2006, 01:26 PM   #14
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I don't know guys, I hear "The Career Builder" pulls a lot of strings in hiring circles...
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Old Apr 5th, 2006, 12:20 PM   #15
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Thumbs up AIL /Altig Int'l: Negative Experience Comes From Within

My name is Timothy Baker & I have been with the company under several organizations (SGA's: David Cohen, Rick Altig, Eric Giglione & Rick Rutt) across the US since 1997. I even left the company for 4 years to start my own brokerage only coming to realize that if I wanted to help develop people on a large scale it was not going to happen as an independent broker, so I came back to AIL, where I was still getting renewals from even after I left). The reality is that there are negative environments around the country, but it comes SOLEY from the management. American Income offers a great business opportunity for those who understand what it truly takes to be a business owner. I make this statement because people get paid what they are worth, not what they feel they deserve. I have made over $100K a year for several years and have renewals coming in consistently, but that is because I treat this as my own business. I take care of my clients and take care of those I work with. Unfortunately not all new agents are taught this by everyone in the company and for those of you out there who have experienced a negative situation with AIL I apologize. But be honest with the situation and realize that it was the result of the management you were working under and not the company itself. In response to the company being a "pyramid scheme", if you understand where pyramids come from, they all come from the insurance industry. The difference with an insurance company and a pyramid is that in a pyramid you can never rise above your boss, while in an insurance company you can. This is a fact as I have 2 gentlemen that I hired as rookie agents and now only 5 years later, both of them have become the SGA's in New York. I do not get ANY benefit from their growth financially, but I get tremendous pleasure in seeing those who take what I have taught them and reach levels they did not believe possible. So if you are taught the business properly and understand that you are a business owner and not an employee, you will see the results I have experienced. But if you wait for things to happen, you will end up like others on this board that simply complains because they were not truly willing to do what it takes to be successful. I look forward to any comments.
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One word: Paragraphs.
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Maybe that's why his so-called rookies got promoted above him.
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3 words; "cut and paste"

suggestion: anyone making $100K shouldn't have a "hotmail" email address
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That's the only word I was able to read. I just can't wait for one of the Primerica to be ressurected again with a similar post containing no breaks, appropriate spaces or some semblance of not flaming.
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Old Apr 27th, 2006, 01:27 PM   #20
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A scam is an attempt to swindle or make money fradulantly. A career at Altig International has nothing to do with buying anything. It's a company that helps working families with one of North America's largest problems to date. That problem you ask? Making sure that working families don't lose their protections when they change their job or retire. It's a genuine concern for the families that we sit with. Our representatives deal with people that send in a card and request someone to explain what their entitled to, they don't cold call. Proof of a scam, that's what I'm asking anybody to outline. If you can't do it then why post something like this. Furthermore our company is experiencing growth (because of the fundemental problem families are experiencing talked about before). When I first started the office I worked in had 12 representatives and now it has 47. In order for us to keep up with the number of responses we get for our benefit packages we have to hire the right people and often we need to weed through a ton of folks to find people that have the character, passion, and integrity that our company demands of us. How do I know all of this? I am a policy holder AND a representative but without belief in our comapny I wouldn't be either!! In Success, Travis Price, Master General Agent.
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