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Can convicted felons sell insurance?
Legally a felon is able to do so, though the odds of being hired at such a firm are extremely low.
yes you can receive life insurance but... only if you conviction was over 5years ago. Try contacting convictioninsure like companies to get help
No a convicted felon still serving time or on probation can not. Depending on crime after probation is over then it's a possibility but it will be a substandard rate so the co…st per thousand will be more and it's possible to have an expiration on the substandard rate so it will drop the cost per thousand back to standard rates when it expires. It will have to be a fully underwritten product so a full medical exam will be needed and the insurance co. will provide that. There will also be questionnaires to fill out for example a drug questionnaire and/or an alcohol questionnaire. The insurance co may also advise waiting some years but some inexperienced agent who really wants the commission will write the business which of course will be declined and then the decline will go into your records and not make you look good at all. Why not? Submit an application and see what happens. They might charge extra, but at least you get coverage.
No, a convicted felon is not allowed, by law, to work at a business that deals in firearms.
Someone who has plead guilty to or is found guilty of a felony. The judge then sentences the offender to a term of incarceration of more than one year duration. This term of i…ncarceration can be suspended and the offender not actually go to prison, but it would still be a conviction.
A convicted felon can, of course, write a will. Their property isn't forfeit after death, unless they owe some particular sum of money. They need to follow all the rules reg…ular people do when writing wills (having it witnessed, etc.,) because they *are* normal people in this sense. Unless it resulted in financial debt, the crime has no impact on their estate.
The insurance regulatory authority of each state usually has a separate division that handles the licensing of agents and other insurance operatives. By statute and regulation…, each state prescribes qualifications, and disqualifications for insurance licensure. Conviction of a felony is typically a disqualifying factor. However, if a license is denied for this reason, there may be an appeal process which the applicant can use. If it exists, it may require him/her to show rehabilitation, restitution, or otherwise getting back on track. Thereafter, he/she may be able to get a probationary license for a period of time. It would be extremely difficulty to overcome the felony conviction were it to have involved something connected to the transaction of insurance or securities.
I doubt it. Did they ask you on the application? Did you commit a felony while doing the claim? Like if you were robbing someone and they shot you in self defense.
Insured yes. Bonded, well, that may be a problem with a felony on his record. FYI: Insurance is better than bonding anyway.
Most convicted felons are not allowed to possess a firearm, ordinarily. If his felony conviction is for a non-violent offense, like embezzelment, it may be okay. Ordinarily if… he has title to a firearm, he could be in big trouble. Under Federal law (18 USC 922) a convicted felon may not possess a firearm. If he already owns a gun, he may dispose of it by selling it, but he may not handle it himself while doing so.
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May not run for public office. Added: May not possess a firearm or explosives (federal law). ALSO: Although most states tend to treat convicted felons in a SOMEWHAT similar… manner, however, some states (under the unique circumstances set by THOSE states) may restore certain privileges to convicted felons that other states do not. BE AWARE that these restored/limited rights do not apply to them in any other state other than the one that restored them. (example: If state 'A" restored a felons right to hunt with a firearm, the felon could NOT take the firearm to hunt across the state line in state 'B.' In state 'B' he could be legally charged as a felon in possession of a firearm.)
Texas is full of Steers and queers and you don't look like cattle to me
Answer It depends on how long ago and did you serve jail time and if it was your first and only offence. If you are thinking of working for a company it's …best to check the laws in your State to see if enough time has elapsed that this felony charge would be on/off your record. There are many companies that believe in 2nd chances, and hopefully you've learned a lesson. It's best to be up-front if you feel the felony charge is active on your record. Any company that you deal with money, properties, etc., the company more than likely would do a check on you. I work for a Women's Abuse Center and they did a criminal check on me. Thank God, I was clean! Still, I see their point. Some companies may want to bond you as well. Good luck Marcy Answer You can if you own our own agency, which might be a better solution than trying to get someone to hire you.
Not even in Colorado, any where in the world can a convict get alicence to sell insurance products, provided he has not concealedhis identity before the authority.