What would you like to do?
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.
Life insuring a felon Being a convicted felon could affect the "insurability" of a person. In other words, it could change the insurance company's evaluation of… the "likelihood" that the person will die (other factors, of course, would also be considered, such as health, family history, etc.). Lifestyle can affect insurability.
Yes! As long as you completed your full sentence meaning probation and any parole that was given.
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
A convicted felon can do anything he/ her puts their mind to.
Check with the state licensing board. However, it is unlikely that you would be able to obtain a license due to the conviction. You would possibly be more successful trying to… work in the trades, even in this economy.
BUPA is pretty good!
After viewing my Resume online, Aflac sent me an email requesting I apply for an interview. However, as soon as I followed Alfac's link to schedule the interview, the first qu…estion asked was, "Have you ever been convicted of a felony" and "Do you have a valid drivers license." I answered "yes" to both. Will I hear back from Aflac? Probably not. Folks don't let your past mistakes determine your future. We live, we learn, we move on. Those who hold your past over you will one day give an account. You Must forgive to be forgiven
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.
sorry but i doubt it
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.