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BDS Secured Loans extends extra commission offer

BDS Secured Loans is extending its 10% extra commission incentive until the end of April.

All deals received by the end of April 2008 will get 10% extra commission on completion.

BDS Secured Loans currently splits the income from a case after costs with brokers 50/50 try and give brokers a fair deal.

Mark Clinton, director at BDS Secured Loans, says: “There is no getting away from the fact that we are currently working in a challenging marketplace.

“However this makes it even more important for us, as a master broker, to implement extra initiatives to add even greater value to broker’s propositions whilst maintaining good quality service through quick and efficient processing.

“We are delighted to be in a position to extend our commission offering which ultimately means even more revenue is available to our brokers.”

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