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Prestige Acceptance showcases its personal service at Expo

Prestige Acceptance will showcase the benefits smaller firms can offer advisers at next weeks Mortgage Business Expo.

This is the first time the Cardiff-based company has taken a stand at Expo and Prestige Acceptance is inviting visitors to find out for themselves what a smaller firm can offer them.

Expo attendees can speak direct to the managing director Darren Fry or one of his team on stand D59 to find out more. Visitors to the Prestige Acceptance stand can also negotiate the commission on their first secured loan case referral.

Fry says: “Our aim is to become a fully automated operation in 2006 with systems in place that can handle higher volumes of business and still maintain the service levels associated with smaller companies personal, friendly and knowledgeable.”


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