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Since most companies do not disclose how many 6 or 7 figure income earners they have, this would be difficult, if not impossible, to determine.

*Many times you will see 'Primerica' as the answer to this questions. That is because primerica is a terrible company with no real merits so their agents have to make up crap like this. The fact is, IF primerica truly had the most 6 and 7 figure income earners, there would be some sort of documentation or proof somewhere. It is easy to say your company is the best, but its another thing to prove it. They can't because they aren't. Also, if primerica was HALF as good as they think they are, they would have been taken over by a real company.

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