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“LAZY, IRRESPONSIBLE” CLASSMATES NOW DOING INSURANCE, SUDDENLY “WANT TO HELP PEOPLE”

A netizen shared how she has seen many of her former classmates become insurance or real estate agents.

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She said that these people were some of the “most irresponsible and lazy people” she knew and now after joining the insurance or real estate industry, they are “suddenly the most responsible hustler trying to sell you an expensive insurance package or a house.”

They would then attempt to justify their presence in the insurance or real estate industry by saying “I’m hustling to help my clients not for the money” and etcetera.

Here is what she said

Graduated from NUS a few years back and I’ve seen plenty of classmates turn to insurance or real estate.

The moment this happens, their ig accounts immediately evolve into major cringe fests splattered with motivational quotes, “I’m hustling to help my clients not for the money”, “I’m all about sharing knowledge”, xx achiever for the month and thank you to my entire ancestry line.

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Firstly let’s be real, you are there for the money so just own it. Next, just to clarify I really respect some friends who are working in this industry because it really is hard work.

However, some people really make me sick because I’ve seen how they were like back in school.

They were some of the most irresponsible and lazy people around who can’t even be punctual for important things, yet now they are suddenly the most responsible hustler trying to sell you an expensive insurance package or a house.

Erm seriously, even if I were desperate, I probably wouldn’t trust you with my money given how two-face you are.

Netizens’ comments

  • Worst kind is they post themselves in “expensive” cars and watches that do not belong to them then write essay in their bio. Really cringe fest….. Then tell people that they join the industry because they want to help people and make an impact. Please join NGO or charity if the main purpose is to help…..
  • And then you have those who use dating apps to sell insurance…
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