And when you do get out, after a typically dismal financial experience, they will send "hungry," aka easily manipulated agents to the clients you "previously wrote" business with and rewrite those contracts to give the appearance of bettering the policy for the customer whereby they are then increasing your (now an ex agent) chargeback total. That is the amount they will try to recover from you through collections and threats.
It is/was/will be a horrible experience in Mobile Al.
I don't know what the experience will be like elsewhere, but I would be extremely hesitant.
Be sure to ask about the experience of the branch manager and training team and by all means, it's 2014, do some internet research (I very much regret not looking into this company prior to accepting a role.