Quick App Programs

Banner Life's AppAssist

Banner Life's AppAssist® program is designed to make it easy for you to facilitate the sale of high-quality, low-cost life insurance. This is a good option for straightforward, smaller term cases without complex medical histories.

Genworth Life Request Program

This is Genworth's completely paperless online, streamlined application process for Colony and Sure Term products. Simply fill out a "request ticket". Next, the carrier will call the client within 24 hours to complete a full application and order the medical exams.

MetLife Rapid eUnderwriting

Met Life's Rapid eUnderwriting is an enhanced process that allows underwriting review to be completed in approximately 48 hours from the time an application is submitted. Producers who have a Rapid eUnderwriting eligible client must complete the Life Express Order Ticket (EOT). A tele-interviewer from Met Life's New Business Call Center then calls the client to conduct the Rapid eUnderwriting telephone interview over the phone. Clients in product approved states that meet the eligibility requirements MUST be submitted through the Rapid eUnderwriting Program. Required and Approved in the Following 23 States: AK, AZ, AR, CO, DE, DC, IA, KS, KY, MS, MT, NE, NH, OH, OK, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, WA, WY Required for Eligible Clients: Ages 18 - 40 / Face amounts from $100,000 up to and including $500,000 (The total face amount written with MetLife in the past 12 months cannot exceed $500,000, including this application.)

Protective Life TeleLife Program

With Protective Life's TeleLife program, you only have to spend a few minutes completing the short TeleLife preliminary application (on line or on paper). You don't need to leave your office, you don't need to get client signatures, you don't need to meet face-to-face with the client - a few minutes and you're done! The TeleLife unit takes care of everything else. They call your client within 48 hours and during the approximately 20-minute long application interview they also make arrangements for the paramed exam.