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Leadbay registers 4,000th mortgage adviser

Leadbay has registered its 4,000th mortgage adviser, continuing its growth since its launch two years ago.

Mortgageforce has been signed up by Leadbay as it looks to build up its business.

Andrew Cale, a Mortgageforce advisor, says: All the other brokers I know use Leadbay and recommended it to me as the primary lead generator in the market because of its excellence service.

“I met with Leadbay at the Mortgage Expo in London and every experience I have had with it so far has been very positive.

Simon Baker, operations manager at Leadbay, attributes its rapid growth to its broker-focused approach.

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