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your state. Negotiate rates and bill through them.You could also cover cases for them in your area.You will have to go through the credentialing
with them but,you don't have to worry about competing with them or them marketing your agents.
a fact wrote:As far as I know ... but,you don't have to worry about competing with them or them marketing your agents.
Don't kid yourself, you always have to worry about anyone you give your agent info to. Look at what happened when APPS bought Portamedic. All the examiners info and their agent info was handed over to APPS, who promptly turned around and marketed their agents and put a bunch of independents out of business.
One of the many reasons I keep all my business info on my computer and don't use the "exam management" systems the exam companies offer for "free".
You never know when things might change with whomever you do business with, and all of a sudden all your business info is in somebody else's hands.
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