New England Financial vs. Preducial Financial

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Aug 21, 2008 6:19 am

Hey, is there anyone can give me some advice on New England Financial vs. Preducial Financial?? Many thanks.

Aug 21, 2008 1:42 pm

I would stick with NEF.  If nothing for the fact that you don't want your future employer to think you can't spell "Prudential".

Sep 11, 2008 4:09 pm

It is just a misspelling. You don't have to act as a jerk!!! You may a "senior member" in this forum, you can be nobody in real world. I have talked to many successful brokers who have in business for over twenty years. They are all down to earth and willing to help. You are so mean spirited. I feel sorry for anyone who choose you as their agent.

Sep 12, 2008 9:13 am

Rosemary, one of the traits needed for success in this job is thick skin.  Letting Deekay's post bother you is not a good omen.  By the way, a misspelling would be, "Prudentail".  "Preducial", on the other hand, makes one question your intelligence.  I didn't have a clue that you were talking about Prudential.  I thought that you were asking about some local firm.

 
Try reading Deekay's other 271 posts and you'll see that he's not mean spirited.  He's a good guy who is here to be helpful.
Jul 26, 2011 3:57 pm

I hate newbies who can't spell.

But anyway, does anyone work at New England/Met Life and could we get some feedback on how it goes:

payout

freedom

insurance/securities

Thanx

 . . . .mispelled on purpose.  jerkies.

Jul 27, 2011 4:42 pm

Herrrooooo.  Easy guys,  I have a feeling english isn't her first language.   Besides, we have a top producer who makes about 15K a month in my office, and I can't understand a single word she speaks to me.   So don't let that bother you Rosemary.  As long as you have that affluent network that speaks a common language, your set.  Metlife/NEF is in my building and I have no idea  how they operate.  A coworker failed here (my current company) and decided to work for them, and he has no idea how they operate either....  Rosemary-your a shoe in.

Nov 22, 2011 4:27 pm

Does Prudential have a channel for R I A's