Are there any on-line legitimate sources to find
out about the course of this case which GaryLV has
been boasting about. Based on his posts...it sounds
like its really going bad for ALL. I don't know the
specifics...to that I plead ignorant...but does anyone know of
some "unbiased" sites (neither ALL or ALL-bashers
based) that report daily on this case????
In an earlier post you talked about agent income
of 10-20K per month. Wow! Sounds great. I think
maybe you should try to become and agent, it seems all
you need to do is hang an Allstate shingle and the
your money tree begins to grow. But you probably work
much harder for the 30-40k that you make each month.
agents sell policies. Agents make money for the
company. Without the agency force, there would be no
Allstate. Everybody, and that does include you let er go
and McBozo McLiddy, doesn't have a job unless the
agents sell policies.
Deal with it, let er go.
It's pretty obvious you can't. This wasn't a business
decision brought on by the agents. It was nothing more
than a ploy by McLiddy to dupe the investors to think
that ALL was going to take bold action and be true
leaders in the industry. In reality, McLiddy, true to
form, wants nothing more than to be the great pretender
he was at Sears when he tried to make them the next
KMART. Now he wants ALL to be nothing more than a
Progressive wanna be.
ALL sold the investors on the
15,000 agents and the markets they held. That and the
grow they produced drove the stock price. Smart
investors know that abandoning the agency force, All is
taking a huge risk given that they don't have the
leadership or talent to pull off the grand plan. Don't
believe me? Get yourself a copy of the 10k report filed
to the SEC. No agenda in that document. Also, spin
free from the ALL spimmeisers.
If you are not an agent or manager than you must
be an employee.Or you may be a want-a- be CEO.I see
you have read all the stuff he has wrote about.If you
want a real trill become an EA agent.Then you can help
increase prodution and lower expences on your money.This
will help show your loyalty and support.If you would
like to become an agent send me a post so I can get
the $2000.00 finders fee.This company is paying good
money for us horses(agents)we work for hay but carry
all the load.You just ride on the wagon and holler
I believe that was how the moniker read. This
individual is a carbon copy, and walks in the prior's boot
steps. He should pull his boots up and tend to his
flock. Certainly not worth responding to his feeding
What did this person call itself earlier this
year and late last year?
The rhetoric is a
carbon copy of previous posts.
He pops in, flames
agents and the goes down in flames hisself, only to
reappear in a month or two with a new
He's (she?) been here at least twice before. He'll
burn out in about three more weeks.
My feelings have nothing to do with what I
stated. I am neither an Agent nor a Manager. I do however
have the utmost confidence that what I said was
correct. I prefer not to reveal how I know this
information, however it can easily be substantiated by most
All employees who are familiar with production
statistics (excluding Employee Agents).
My point is
that the new contract is a positive move for All that
will substantially increase production and lower
expenses. All has been operating far too long without the
loyalty, support and full production efforts of the
majority of almost one half of its Agency force. A change
by All was necessary for survival in the cut-throat
and increasingly competetive insurance marketplace.
Additionally, there were numerous cost considerations
associated with maintaining so many different
You should consider my information in the same light
as the information posted by any poster on this
board. My purpose is not to castigate the employee agent
but to point out what I feel is a factor that will
have a beneficial impact on the growth needs of All
and a positive effect on the stock price. That's all!
You will have to determine whether I am right in my
assumption that production will increase and expenses will
drop. Thanks for being so polite with your inquiries. I
Bravo for your honesty. I have agents in my
family. I have seen the work required to get to the
"coasting" period, which means working only half-days, that
is 12 hours.
Claims people do not understand
agents, and vice versa. they live in different worlds.