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Last chance to win 250 of vouchers

Mortgage intermediaries have only two days left to be entered into Pink Home Loans prize draw to win 250 worth of vouchers.

The seventh Pink 1000 Index survey consists of eight questions relating to regulation in the areas of compliance support services, treating customers fairly and financial promotions.

Completing the survey should take no more than a few minutes. By completing the 7th survey you will automatically be entered into Pinks prize draw to win 250 worth of vouchers of your choice.

The winner will be notified in writing within two weeks following the draw on October 21 2005, and announced on the Pink 1000 website.

The closing date for the competition is Thursday October 20 2005.

David Copland, marketing director at Pink, says: “This is a great opportunity for mortgage brokers to make their views known about the most important issues that they are facing in today’s market.”

Ronald Burke from Midas Mortgage Associates won the prize draw last year.


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