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Has anyone gotten a job as an insurance sales agent with a felony?

I was offered a job with state farm. An agent called and said i would be working for him and he would pay for my licenses. But im concerned because i have a felony as attempted monetary instrument. Would he be conducting a background check even if im a sales agent? It is a n independent sales job right? He also said i wud be making base pay n commission. What do you think?

Asked By: Alexis B - 8/25/2011
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The problem with insurance and felony is that you have to pass the state background check to be approved for your license. It's not for the company to decide... More
Answered By: Amaya Forever - 8/25/2011
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I am a State Farm Agent... More
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Answered By: Ginger - 8/26/2011
 
Theoretically, it's been done, but it's pretty rare. To get your license, you'll need a background check, and the state insurance commissioner must personally give you a waiver. Otherwise you won't get that license... More
Answered By: mbrcatz - 8/26/2011
 
I don't think you will get an insurance license with a felony on your record. If the record is old get an attorney to try to get the record sealed... More
Answered By: car253 - 8/27/2011
 
In most cases you would not be able to get the proper licenses even to work for the insurance company since they would not issue it to someone with a felony.
Answered By: E&L - 8/28/2011
 
I got licensed in my previous home state with felonies on my record. I was licensed in Accident/Health and Property and Casualty. I answered yes to the background question pertaining to criminal convictions and I faxed them my entire record, which is a bit lengthy. That state approved it. I was really surprised though... More
Answered By: Charity - 1/12/2014
 
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