I was reading on my local newspaper that lead me to advertisment such as
freedomathometeam dot com and peaklifestyle dot com
I am not sure whether they are real or not. I try to google but hardly found news about it. The first site offers about working for AmeriPlan USA®. The second site almost similar. Anyone can answer? Thanks
ameriplan is a legitimate home business. i think they sell health insurance plans which are more affordable for people with low income. if you joined, thats what you would be doing, selling health plans for them. i've not tried it but it's been around for a while now. i think its free to get started in as well. dont quote me on that though.
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Ameriplan isn't insurance but a discount medcal plan. You may want to visit MLMwatchdog.com and do a search for them and also check their report from the Better Business Bureau before making a decision. The BBB has the headquarters to Ameriplan listed in Plano, TX and the report is here:
http://www.dallas.bbb.org/WWWRoot/Repor … m=26001507
You can also google AmeriPlan / scam and see a list of sites to check out as well. Hope this helps!
AmeriPlan is NOT a SCAM. I currently am an IBO for them.
They are members of:
US Chamber of Commerce
Member of Direct Selling Association
National Association of Dental Plans
Consumer Health Alliance
To name a few.
The BBB subsequently "suspended" our status with them in July. The BBB is not allowed (by their OWN doctrine) to suspend any company unless that company has an open legal action against them (we did not).
Each month the BBB gets together to review suspended cases. For EIGHT MONTHS the BBB put off their meeting on our WRONGFUL suspension. So, Ameriplan's legal team began the process of a lawsuit for wrongful suspension.
When the BBB received the legal paperwork from us they revoked our membership.
Now, think really hard, You look up Target, or Walmart or any other BIG Named company out there, for every positive report, there is a negative one.
Ameriplan is the Nation's LARGEST Healthcare Benefits Program. We have been around for 16 years. (A scam could NEVER last that long.) We are backed up by Sears, JCPenny, LensCrafters, Walmart, Target, Meijer, Kmart, etc. Why would HUGE companies like those risk their reputation for a scam????
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