American Income Life Insurance Co Review

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This is an archive of a consumer complaint published against American Income Life Insurance Co at on 23-Jul-14.


Business Details –

  • Name: American Income Life Insurance Co
  • Address: 1701 K St NW # 300
  • City: Washington,Columbia
  • State: Afghanistan
  • Country: United States
  • Phone: 1 202-833-2030
  • Website:


Original Complaint against American Income Life Insurance Co published at on 23-Jul-14 says, verbatim –

Funny …I went to an interview today with AIL. | I decided to check out AIL on the internet while waiting for the “powerpoint/movie” session(interview #2). Didn’t realized soo many websites were filled with unhappy encounters but it made me come up with a few questions to ask them on interview #2. | “Turnover of agents in the first year?” | “Expected hours spent in a day?” | “What common factor did you see in the group of twenty of us today?” | No answer given to any of my questions in the after movie interview. Confused, I asked “wasn’t I supposed to ask questions at this point?”. He just looked at me and took notes. That was when I truly realized that there was something not quite ‘right’ here. He had gone all cold on me the second I asked my three queries. | I left feeling all weird and ruffled and when I got home I looked up AIL more thoroughly. Lot of negativity out there! Hey, I fell for the Kirby sales ploy back in the ’80’s and this is exactly what that felt like. | Soo… Don’t take my word if you are a prospective employee just ask a few simple questions yourself before you make the final leap. This might be the job for you. | Point of interest: note that most of the comments found out here about how good AIL is seems to be written by English failures -mis-spelled words, lack of capitalization, run on sentences, etc., etc. Just really doesn’t match up to people that make a high wage in any field. | Point of interest: Look around at the people they picked out to sit with you to watch their power point -there is nothing in common with any of them. A hairstylist, a weight trainer, ex-DOC employee, an iron worker… quite a jumble of mismatched job seekers. Odd, since most fields draw people of similar traits. | Point of interest: Did you actually put an application with this company? I did not but didn’t realize this until after I got home and reviewed all the app’s I put in this week. | | Well… I hope I have given YOU enough info to not walk into this blindly. ASK lots of questions!! If this sounds like something for you then jump on it!!! | It’s not for most job seekers with limited incomes- | It’s not for me. |

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