Transamerica Financial Group such as WMA (World Marketing Alliance) watch out for selling strategies multilevel marketing sort of like a pyramid scam as some may say

If you’re approach by friends or relatives or whoever, trying to setup sometime with you but he/she never really explain what will it be until the meeting takes place. To me personally I don’t like this kind of business, it just that it has to be from a family member setting up the appointment and so we’re ok with it, but when we met, we notice it’s not his friend but a salesman with experience of meeting people, have no shame, not shy, not afraid to present his products and services. Furthermore it was something that I have came across in the past already, LOL. Don’t fall for these scheme people, yes you can buy the insurance policies have great time talking about the policies and get all the answer you need, but don’t get involve with giving them list of people you know might want to join the programs so call to make more money! LOL you will loose friends and will loose reputation. Better yet! I think it’s better for you to buy it directly online from one of the biggest life insurance providers or through your bank, that you banking with, they have certified financial advisor, don’t waste time go to meeting smile lol motivated, it’s a waste of time, success rate very low and the pyramid continue top guy make money as well not just you someone up at the top make some money as well.

World Marketing Alliance (WMA) introduced the Business Format System (BFS) in 1992, a blueprint to help its associates build and run their business.[2] MD TV, the company’s private satellite television network, was also introduced. During this period, the company expanded its operations to Canada, Taiwan, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Guam and the Philippines.[2] The company held its first convention in Las Vegas in 1992. It was attended by about 2,000 associates.[2]
World Financial Group agents are compensated for selling products.[3] Agents use “five fundamentals of personal finance” to build financial plans. These fundamentals are cash management, debt analysis, creation of a three-to-six month emergency fund, insurance, and asset accumulation and preservation.[4]
On March 23, 1998, WMA Executive World Headquarters opened in Duluth, Georgia. The 100,000-square-foot (9,300 m2) building housed 500+ employees.[2]
In November 1998, WMA was fined $100,000 “for not properly supervising its sales agents” after their clients lost nearly $2 million in unregistered investments.[5] In 2000, WMA was fined $125,000 “for failing to report near.[6]
In June 2001, select assets of WMA were purchased by AEGON and renamed World Financial Group, Inc..[7][8] Alexander Wynaendts, chief executive of AEGON, was quoted as saying, “When we took the company over, we put in place very strict regulatory and compliance procedures”.[9]
World Financial Group has over 3,500 offices in the United States.[10] The World Financial Group Canadian division is located in Vaughn, Ontario. In 2008, World Financial Group had over 80 Canadian offices and over 1,500 agents.[11]