AmeriPlan brokers are firing their bosses. How do they do it? They market an inexpensive healthcare discount plan to people who are uninsured, underinsured or uninsurable from the comfort of their own home.
Approximately 70 percent of people in the United States don’t have adequate healthcare insurance to meet their needs. The market for AmeriPlan’s services is huge. Chances are good that you know someone who isn’t adequately covered, and if you don’t you certainly know someone who does.
When you sign up as an independent business owner, you get excellent support from headquarters via what brokers call the “back office.” In the digital world, there are still many companies that require you to fax in paperwork for your sales. AmeriPlan is not one of them. All your prospective members can be signed up via the back office.
You are also allowed to recruit people for the AmeriPlan business opportunity, though you don’t have to if you would rather not. Options are also available for registered insurance brokers to sell AmeriPlan services. Eventually, after you have put in the time, you can be a trainer or recruit providers.
Once you sign up as an AmeriPlan broker (which only costs $95 in most states), you’ll receive a training kit that includes $50 worth of certificates to apply toward promotional materials. Your monthly maintenance fee of $50 includes five website addresses you can customize with your own information.
Training is provided, both through AmeriPlan’s corporate office and team training sites. If you join a team, you will also have training from your team in the form of conference calls and written materials.
Don’t be surprised if you’re overwhelmed by the amount of information you receive once you become an AmeriPlan independent business owner. There is so much good information out there to put to use, you’ll hardly know where to start. That’s when you should turn to the person who recruited you and ask them for help. Your recruiter is there to help you, because when you succeed, everyone who helps you succeeds.
The commissions are tiered in favor of the lower-level broker; the lower-level brokers get the higher percentage of commissions, and the percentage decreases as you work your way up the chain. This is unlike other similar companies, where the peons are paid peanuts.
If you’re interested in staying home with your children or are simply tired of commuting, this is the company you want to associate yourself with. AmeriPlan presents a real opportunity to work from home and get paid for it.