Have Your Own Life Insurance Underwriter

March 11, 2013

March 11, 2013

AskVoelker.com is a new subscription service provided by Voelker Underwriting Services, Inc, for those brokers, agents (especially direct carrier agents), case managers and any others involved in the underwriting/new business handling of life insurance applications who do not have access to an experienced, knowledgeable and respected underwriter with their current BGA or IMO. We are here to help you with any and all questions you may have related to the underwriting of life insurance applications. These items include second opinions, medical and/or financial scenarios of your clients, general underwriting questions, and as mentioned, anything related to life insurance underwriting. And the best part, the subscription is available for less than a dollar a day. Visit www.ASKVOELKER.Com for details and for immediate access to your own life underwriter.

About Voelker Underwriting Services, Inc.

Voelker Underwriting Services is a very successful national life insurance underwriting consulting firm located in Mooresville, North Carolina, in the Lake Norman region of Charlotte, North Carolina. Voelker Underwriting Services was founded in 2009 and was formed with one goal in mind - to help producers help their clients get the best possible life insurance rates. That goal has been met, and will continually be met successfully, with the utmost respect, dedication and professionalism. Please visit VOELKERUS.com for more information.

 


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