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Aug 7, 2009 2:13 pm

We are starting up a social media based Career network. We literally
have thousands of candidates coming in over the next couple weeks/months
throughout most major markets that will need financial services assistance,
(401k roll over, debt reduction, etc).

 
We are attempting to establish an endorsed local provider network of financial advisors we can refer these candidates to. The cost for the financial advisor is only $25 per
candidate.
If you would like to try it out, we are doing a trial 20 pack for $499.

Each lead provides you with:

Name
Most Recent Title
Recent Company
Hire Dates
Salary Range
Direct Dial Number
Referred to you by name
Expecting your call
Opt in Email
And more


Skeptical? We figured as much.  That's why we are offering qualified
financial advisors a couple free leads to try before you purchase.  Do to the
sensitive nature of our candidates, we only have three endorsed local
provider, financial advisor slots per market available. So if you are
interested, lets speak soon.  Also, please reply with your zip code so I
can see just what we expect in your area.
Aug 7, 2009 11:24 pm

Instead of asamuel you should change your name to adouchebag

Aug 8, 2009 11:42 am

Low blow Ron.  The guy comes on here being honest about his service and you blow him out of the water.  At least the guy's not a piker like some of the stupid list service salespeople posing as FA's.


ICE, I think the point was that you have to buy at least 20 leads at $25/each.  IOW you can't buy one at a time at $25.
Aug 8, 2009 12:11 pm

What's the "and more"? 

 
See, I'd pay $500 for 20 prequalified rollover targets.  But not if they're all $2500 rollovers.  Is part of the "and more" a most recent $$ of their 401K?