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Promise gives introducers free loan websites

Robyn Hall

October 22, 2013

The facility is aimed at those brokers who don’t have a loans section on their website as well as brokers who want to do mass marketing and want a web page to deal with responses.

Steve Walker, Promise managing director, said: “The pilot phase has been incredibly popular and some brokers have been phoning us daily to get their websites set up.

“Introducers can obtain simple instructions from the marketing section of the Promise Solutions website and have the webpage live in less than five minutes including their company details, company colours and a home or back link to their main website, assuming they have one.

“They don’t need any IT experience whatsoever. One broker even attached a link from his Facebook page on a Friday and had three enquiries over the following weekend.”

Introducers to Promise are using the new web pages to handle response to SMS, email and other marketing campaigns.

Each website can be customised by the introducer to include, or exclude, applications for secured loans, unsecured, bridging loans as well as a wide range of other products Promise offer.

In each case the enquiry is followed up by the Promise sales team and the introducer is regularly updated by email and has access to live case notes to monitor progress.

Walker added: “Not only is this very easy for brokers, we also pay introducers the same commission they would earn had they sourced, sold and signed up the application themselves.

“Introducers can also mix and match their preferred referral process and use the sourcing system if they want to retain more control, instant referral if they want minimal involvement or send us a manual DIP form if they prefer.

“This mix and match approach, together with marketing assistance, is available to any introducing broker with a valid consumer credit licence and can include members of mortgage networks and clubs which do not yet have a formal arrangement with Promise.”


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