Professional Insurance for Beauty business (to include Advertising injury, Personal injury, premises liability, rental damage, content, procedures, machines and product liability )to cover hair cuts, chemical services, hair & lash extensions, eyes tinting, facial services & machines, massage. Right now don't have a salon but may work as booth renter or independent contractor. Need to cover equipment and machines. Thanks.Wait a minute...what? "Right now don't have a salon but may work as booth renter or independent contractor." Come again, sir? A booth renter? Is that like, I go to the Alabama National Fair & see his booth and decide to get a quick hair extension before I get on the Alpine Bobs? Does anyone know what this means? And independent contractor...hmmm...maybe I'm just out of the whole salon loop, but does that mean you can like rent him out or something? One more thing...eyes tinting? Please tell me you meant to say "eyebrow tinting". Maybe we should stay away from this prospective client.
Wednesday, December 06, 2006
you want to do WHAT?
So one of my jobs (among MANY) at the insurance agency where I work is to monitor our agency's website. Through our website, online customers can request an insurance quote. So when someone requests a quote, I receive an e-mail, and then I go onto the website and retrieve their quote request. I got a request today for a business insurance quote, and when I read what the guy wanted, I couldn't help but laugh. Here is how he explained what he needs: