Insurance Appointment Setter

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Work at home position, starting small, but expected to grow within time. Please understand this is not a full time job at this point, hours will be minimal but expected to increase.
I am an insurance agent who seeks someone to work warm leads and set appointments using scripts I have so that I can call the customer back and go over pricing. I work with Health Insurance, Critical Illness, Dental and more and working with customers it has benefited by combining or bundling the products together to maximize the benefits for the customer.
I will have warm leads that come into a system that I buy. The customer will need to be called until contacted. If you are an experienced telemarketer, we can discuss cold calling too, but right out I want to start with prospects who have expressed interested in one or all of the products listed.
Your job is to help sell the product by securing an appointment so I may contact them and enroll them (by law you can't write the policy) My call will be to verify everything and sign off on the application with the customer once the appointment is set.

For each product sold, I will pay you $10 each product. For example, if you speak with a customer interested in Health Insurance, and I complete the application, you get paid $10, however, if they chose to add a Critical Illness, and a Dental with their Health Insurance, that is $30 for that one client alone.
This will start off small, so please do not expect 40 hour work days, this is just to supplement your time and income!

Experience in Sales, Insurance and Telemarketing is recommended. There is no hourly pay at this time, you are only paid for the products sold.

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