Walker Financial Corporation markets insurance products for individuals and families. The company, through its licensed subsidiaries NPI Agency, Inc. and So Insure, Inc., earns insurance commissions on the sale of various insurance products. The company, through its subsidiary American DataSource, Inc. (ADS), involves in the administration of monies in trust that are used for the payment of prearranged funerals upon the death of an individual. So Insure, Inc. The company, through this subsidiary, buys leads from various sources of individuals looking for health insurance on the Internet for themselves and families. National Preplanning, Inc. (NPI) The company, through this business unit, cultivates corporations, unions, affinity groups, their employees and members as clients for final expense and pre-need insurance products. The firms range from insurance agencies to enrollment firms (firms which enroll individuals in various insurance programs) which market and sell various insurance and benefit products to the same corporate, union and association clients that it seeks to sell product to. NPI has a Supplier Agreement with Motivano, Inc. American DataSource, Inc. (ADS) ADS provides trust administrative services to independent funeral homes across the U.S. ADS utilizes a proprietary software system to administer pre-need funeral and cemetery trust funds of independent and corporate owned funeral homes and cemeteries throughout the United States. Customers: During 2006, ADS’s customers included American Funeral Plan, Carriage Services, Inc., and Texas Prepaid Funeral Fund. History Walker Financial Corporation was incorporated in 1967.
walker financial corp (WLKF:OTC US)
990 Stewart Avenue
Suite 60 A
Garden City, NY 11530
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