Hi, my name is Christina Griffin and I have had a long journey that has led
up to where I am now. I never in a million years would guessed that I would
someday be working with the AmeriPlan family. I am so glad that I made the
decision to do so.
After I got out of high school, I worked a variety of jobs, including a lot
of factory jobs and retail jobs (Wal-Mart). After I met my husband and we had
our daughter, I decided to stay at home and raise her. We found out that she
was on the autism spectrum when she was 2 years old. She required a lot of
attention and she needed a lot of therapies. She is now 14 years old, a
straight-A student, and she is thriving! Our situation had been difficult
financially, but I'm so happy that I made the decision to stay home with her and
A couple years ago, our son come along. When he was 17 months old, we found
out that he had Type 1 Diabetes. That was such a huge hit to our family. I had
no idea such little ones could get that disease at such a young age. My husband
and I have been taking classes and now are doing well with maintaining his
diabetes. Not long after the Diabetes, we found out that he is also on the autism
spectrum. We are now setting him up with the therapies that he needs. As part of
that, we will be having people come into our home for 6 hours a day during the
In January 2019, I tried going back out into the work world. I was working
part-time as a lunch lady for the school district that my daughter attends.
Unfortunately, physical injuries from the past put that job to rest because I
discovered that I would need surgery in order to continue. Realizing that I would
no longer be able to perform a job that requires a lot of lifting, a lot of
running around, or a lot of manual labor, I started to look for work online. I
came across so many online jobs that seemed like scams that I was beginning to
lose hope, but then I found AmeriPlan.
When I first came across AmeriPlan, I was very skeptical about it. I didn't
join right away. I spent a lot of time online researching AmeriPlan because,
#1, I wanted to make sure that they were legitimate, and #2, I wanted to know
if this job could work for me. After researching and thinking about the job for
a couple of months, I decided to join the AmeriPlan team.
I have been with AmeriPlan for a short time, but it has proven to be one of the
best decisions I have ever made. I get to work from home with my kids right by
my side, and there's no rush hour for this mama! I can have a career working from
the comfort of my home for whatever hours I choose. If my kids have appointments
or anything else that they need me for, I can be there. My husband works full
time. He is not available to be with the kids as often and I am constantly around
for whatever they need. My daughter is part of a track team in the summer, and I
can go to every event that she has while still bringing in an income for my
I wish I would have known about ths opportunity when I had my daughter, because
I would have started then. I thought that everything online was a scam. I had no
idea that there were actually legitimate ways to work at home. I was nervous
about working for AmeriPlan because I have never done any job like this. However,
the training is very thorough and the enroller that brought me in has done a great
job with answering my questions.
One thing that I could not do is sell something that I don't stand behind 100%.
It is not in my conscience to do so. However, selling this discount healthcare
plan is something that I can stand behind. I want to get the word out about this
discount plan for those who don't have insurance (or don't have good insurance)
and really need it. I want to get the work-from-home opportunity out there for
those whose lives and families it can help. I am very passioniate about helping
those in need. If this sounds like a good fit for you and your family, please
check out this website. I would be more than happy to help you and your family
with any needs that you might have. Thank you for listening to my story and God
bless. Have a beautiful day!