Legal Protection

prepaid_legal_servicesFor the last year or so I have been doing a lot of relationship building to grow my book of business in Prepaid Legal. One of the main hurdles I’ve encountered is the major misconception that Prepaid Legal is strictly a network marketing company.




Though I love and have a tremendous amount of respect for successful network marketers who have built strong ethical organizations, the fact is that the reputation of network marketing has been significantly tarnished by network marketers who focus on team building without understanding the relationship building aspect of networking. These people focus on exposing as many people to the business opportunity caring little about the service or building relationships. Though blast and mass marketing techniques can generate interest in one out of ten exposures, it also annoys 9 out of 10 exposures giving the company and its product a negative image in the market place.

Prepaid Legal is not a network marketing company. It is a legal insurance company that relies on word of mouth advertising to expand itself. It also allows just about any motivated person to partake in the success of the company through becoming a part of the sales force.

legal insuranceI am a legal insurance salesman. I believe strongly in the service my company provides and I share how that product can empower and protect businesses, their employees, and individuals who desire access to the legal system and Identity Theft Protection at an affordable price.

If ever there was a phrase that would inspire controversy, this is it. We are all raised with the idea that police are put in our lives to serve and protect us. For as long as our great nation has had laws, millions of brave men and women have been out on our local streets and highways in order to keep the peace, and stop crime.

Check out what James Duane law professor at Regent University and former defense attorney has to say about the subject:

The fact is that we are a nation of laws and before anything, police are here primarily to enforce laws that are already broken, not to prevent laws from being broken. Police at all levels are investigative agents, put in place to ensure that when the law is broken, the right people are brought to justice!

We are all human and are subject to bias, some form of stereotype and even prejudice at some point and in certain situations. Police gather intelligence, and the reality is that intelligence is often open to interpretation and that interpretation is often unintentionally molded to the biases of the interpretor.

In the event that this bias should arise, people need to ensure they are protected by having legal counsel that is unbiased and dedicated to their best interest with regard to the law.

Are you protected?