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Have you been looking for work at home jobs? Well, if you are looking for an opportunity to work at home, full time or for supplemental income, you may be interested in AmeriPlan. AmeriPlan has business opportunities that can prove to be quite profitable and you can virtually run your own business while you work from home. With AmeriPlan you are an independent contractor.

What is AmeriPlan? AmeriPlan, a company that has been in existence since 1992, provides discount health care benefit plans to its members for a monthly fee. It is not an insurance plan, but a savings plan. Starting out as AmeriPlan Dental, this company has greatly expanded its coverage.

How does one make money with AmeriPlan? Working for AmeriPlan, you will be an Independent Business Owner (IBO). IBOs work from home and earn income based on their sales orders. Every AmeriPlan benefit plan must be purchased through an IBO. (No quotas or no earning caps)

For a health membership, the payment is $4.48 – $17.98, and 30% residual income commission on enrollees each month. IBOs can also recruit new IBOs and get paid a percentage on these, $15 – $30 per month. IBOs receive offers from partner merchants and participate in the AmeriPlan family benefit plan.

What kind of training does AmeriPlan give its IBOs? AmeriPlan provides all their IBOs with quality initial training and follows up with ongoing training. Training is done via phone and Internet. AmeriPlan offers paid training for those interested in earning more. Support services are continuous once the business is underway. New IBO’s will have a mentor and a personal trainer at no cost while they work from home.

How does the IBO sell the product? Selling AmeriPlan is an easy. First, it is a good product, boasting a 90% member retention rate. Secondly, with the high cost of health care today, people are very willing to explore options. IBOs, working at home, can start websites on their own or try innovative marketing strategies to promote the product through diverse Internet marketing methods.

There is no cold calling. IBO has set up their homes as call centers and respond to callers who have seen their advertisements. They question these callers; fill out applications, and recommend benefit packages that suit the callers’ needs. The IBO submits the application to the AmeriPlan headquarters via the Internet and customer service staff takes over.

What are the different programs with AmeriPlan? AmeriPlan has medical programs that can be used on as a main insurance or supplemental insurance.

Dental PLUS -Vision, Prescription and Chiropractic benefits for $14.95 – $19.95 per month.

Basic Wellness -services for Vision, Prescription Drugs, Hearing, and Nurses for $14.95 per month.

Medical Plan – Primary Care, Podiatry, Surgeons, Nurseline, Ancillary Services, and Pre-Natal Care from $29.95 – $59.95 monthly.

AmeriPlan’s Non Medical programs:

SecureNet – Protects money, credit, family -offers Child Protection Services, Financial Services, Identity Theft, Credit Repair, Roadside Assistance, and Law Services for $24.95 per month.

Savings Card – “Freedom Pass” – shopping restaurants, auto, shopping, travel, and recreation for $14.95 per month.

Does AmeriPlan seek people interested in work from home jobs? AmeriPlan wants people who are looking at work from home jobs. To be a successful IBO, one must know this takes work and creativity. One must commit to training, a minimum of two hours daily; and full responsibility for advertising. Phone skills and computer skills a must.

What is the cost involved for this work at home job? In addition to advertising costs and other marketing, AmeriPlan has three different main options and optional add ons as well. These range $50-$500 plus monthly fee.

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