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EConveyancer offers £200 Red Letter voucher

EConveyancer is giving away a £200 Red Letter Day voucher to the intermediary who generates the most conveyancing instructions during March.

The voucher can be redeemed at any time and for any activity that appeals to the winner.

£200 will typically buy an hour’s flight in a light aircraft, a deluxe spa day, a helicopter flight, a day motor racing or rally driving, a lunch cruise on the Thames and trip on the London Eye for 2, a day’s golf tuition, a dolphin and whale watching trip for 4, or even an SAS theme experience.

Vanessa Blount, sales and marketing director at eConveyancer, says: “In this run-up to the Easter break, we want to give brokers an additional incentive to think about using the eConveyancer system.

“Red Letter days provide a huge choice of activities from a gentle days pampering at a health spa to an SAS experience day! I know which one I prefer!”

Brokers do not need to register to qualify for the promotion. All instructions received during March will automatically be included and the winner will be notified during April.


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