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Mortgage Angels launches pre-view leads

Mortgage Angels has reveamped its lead distrubution system by launching pre-view leads.

This enables the adviser to cherry pick leads in the advisers immediate vicinity, as they are created in real time.

Nat Daniels, managing director at Mortgage Angels, says: Pre-view leads has been designed to put the adviser in control.

“The adviser now has the ability to decide how and when they wish to purchase leads.

“Allowing the facility for advisers to ‘pre-view’ leads before they buy certainly makes our offering a one-stop-shop that suits all.

We have listened to advisers demands and now offer the facility to turn the lead supply tap on and off as required on a pay as you go basis.

“However, the monthly subscription plan guarantees the advisers allocation saving the worry and time spent sourcing other methods of generating business.

“The adviser can literally pick and choose when and which leads they wish to buy and their preferred method of payment.

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