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