What States Does Encova Write In?

States Envoca writes in

Envoca covers 29 states, including Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin

Other Terms to Know

Compound fees – You’ll pay an additional charge when you order the total volume of something (like seeding or re-seeding), and then Encova will place the order for you. This additional charge is often the same in all of your contracts.

Why does Envoca write in these states?

A lot of states allow companies to be based out of state, but there are some that are specifically for online retailers that don’t have a physical presence. However, a big portion of your business is based on local sales and for states like these, Envoca would be considered an affiliate in some form. For many of these states, you can qualify as a “virtual” retailer if your sales are less than $5 million.

If you’re based out of state and want to be recognized as an online retailer in your home state, you’ll have to pay a “household income” requirement for that state, along with other conditions that your law requires.

How Much Does Envoca Charge?

Right now, if you want to be recognized as an online retailer in any of the 29 states, you have to pay the same commission rate of 10%.

What is the process for writing a case study?

There are a few steps in the writing process. It starts with a brief discussion of the customer and their pain points. In the case of Envoca, it is about solving a pain point in order to improve customer experience and reduce churn. Next is the case study summary. The summary takes care of any necessary formatting, such as headings and subheads, and is where we note the main points that we felt were important. This will usually include a hook line. Lastly, the case study is presented in a Power point document. Finally, it’s time to write the review. This is the most time-consuming part of the process. Ideally, the review should be short (at least 400 words), to the point, and containing lots of data that will lead to the most benefits for the business.

What are the benefits of hiring an investigative reporting company?

Interviewee: I have done much of the initial research on a variety of industry issues such as: safety, compliance, risk management, and ethics and have always found that Enova’s experienced field staff, used for risk management and regulatory compliance, and reported by experienced media professionals, provide the most comprehensive coverage in the industry. The articles are well written and very accurate, with a well-considered perspective.


As the market leader in this niche, the idea that Encova is only writing in 3 states is overstating things a bit. Yes, that’s the case for us. There is plenty of demand outside of its primary market.

This means the company is well-positioned to generate double-digit profit growth for years.

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