Ahhhh, again Primerica. Same old thing, only this time another "victim". This company spends more time recruiting potential candidates, than selling insurance. If this person can recruit you, and you actually get your license and sell insurance, she benefits with part of your commission, and the pyramid builds. The more recruits she gets, the more potential windfall she can make.
It's all about the dollar, not about people. She must spend more time in the field searching candidates, than trying to sell insurance, as with 10% of the work force out of work, who can afford insurance anyway?
Ignore this person, drop her calls, if she shows up at your job again, walk away. At least you have a steady job, she does not, and if you follow in her footsteps, you will not either.