Complaint / review text:
I recently became an independent producer and decided to get some help with my appointment setting. I found annuity leads review on line and they made it sound like if the appointments didn't work out they would replace them at no cost and no hassle.
They told me that they would be calling people that have variable annuities. I sent them $1000 for 32 hours/32 appointments. They set 8 so called appointments over a 2 week period here's what happened:
1st appt. I got to the door and the lady was 85. She didn't know why i was there. I asked her why she made the appt, the client replied "I told them no but they said someone would stop by and then they hung up. I asked her at the door what kind of annuities she had and she said "one fixed at the bank". She would not let me in to review it.
2nd appt. Client would not let me in. He grilled me about who the company was that called and that they said someone would stop by and hung up. He would not let me in.
3rd appt. Client let me in because we were both masons. Daughter takes care of FIXED annuity for them.
4th appt. Client talked to me through door. Asked me to leave.
5th appt. Client met me a door very angry. He told me that he told the person on the phone not to send anyone. He was extremely angry and shut the door on me.
6th appt. Client would not let me in. Said he had an advisor and shut the door
7th appt. Client met me on sidewalk in front of house and said they had and advisor. She went inside and shut the door.
8th appt. No one home
Then i recently got a call from nationwide annuity leads. I called them back and ask for Mark peterson form annuity leads review, trying to see if it was the same company, they said hold one minute and then came back and asked me my name. They quickly told me that i must be calling the wrong company. So i belive even thought robby goldsmith is a good talker both of these companys are the same. Do not send them any money. You will not be happy.