Hi, I've had Ameriplan before and in my opinion it's not worth it, I was also an IBO. I can recite the script in my sleep. You can save up to 60% on dental, up to 50% on perscription drugs, up to 50% on Chiropractic care, and up to 50% on health care.Dental, vision, drug, and chiropractic is 19.95 a month, basic health is 29.99 a month. The total health plan is 39.99 for your household and the total health plus plan is 59.95. They both have Dental and basic health, but the plus package has auto club, identity teft assistant, and legal services included. You can no longer buy just for an individual, all plans are for the entire household as of 7/2/07. If you want to know what percentage a doctor is going to give you off of their services the only way to find out is to call and find out for yourself. There's no other way.
Their is also a start up fee now to become an IBO, it cost $20 for a one time registration, $25 for the training kit, and it's $50 dollars a month for the time your with them. It's a lot harder than they make it out to be to get members to join either as an IBO or a menber of the benifits. If you join as a member something they don't tell you is you have to give them 30 days notice before you actually can stop paying your monthly $50 fee. Also, there's an IBO program that they don't tell you about that has your an email account, and a place where you can sign up new IBO's online, there's other things too, it's optional but it seems to be essential to your buisness so I don't see how you could do without it, you get 90 days free on it then after that you have to pay for it.
You're going to hear a lot of people answering you question with "Ameriplan is great, it's the best thing I've ever did, I can tell you more about it if you'd like." They're trying to sell you something, I'm not trying to steer you away from it but just be sure to do your homework.
Good luck and if you have any questions you can feel free to email me.
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