Approved Introducers

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Approved introducers have established a partnership with a company where they are able to bridge the gap between the client and the insurance company in order to get the client more coverage while making a small commission. Most approved introducers involve businesses that have far too many clients to take care of themselves, and put the coverage process onto other larger companies to help make things easier on them.

An approved introducer gets paid a level of commission depending on how many clients they move to an insurance company, and it can be a very lucrative business for smaller companies that want to handle more clients while making additional income.

Time Management

One of the main reasons that a company becomes an approved introducer for other companies is because they don’t have enough time to devote to their clients. Instead of turning them away, they link them with a company that they have a relationship with and in return the client gets a form of coverage while the small company gets a commission for connecting the client with the company.

There are various types of approved introducers that you can find for different companies, such as those from title companies, realtors, architects and designers, and insurance specialists. All of these approved introducers can help you find what you’re looking for in terms of service or coverage.

Using an Approved Introducer

Unlike standard introducers, an approved introducer isn’t just anyone, but it’s someone that the company you’re being introduced to trusts. It takes a lot of communication and application to become an approved introducer for a particular company, and the company requesting to be an introducer has to have a good reputation and standing with their clients. This ensures that both companies can benefit from helping each other out while maintaining a high level of quality.

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