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LeadPoint offers deal for Leadbay brokers

All Leadbay brokers that have been left out of pocket are being offered the equivalent lead buying credit at LeadPoint up to the value of £1,000.

Any broker who is not part of the LeadPoint network will get a 10% credit against monthly spend for up to £1,000 of the amount owed by Leadbay for a period of one year.

All Leadbay buyers have to do is sign up to LeadPoint using a promotional code “leadbay” and then contact LeadPoint with proof of their Leadbay account status and funds remaining.

Once this has been verified, the first 10% credit will be added to the lead buyer’s LeadPoint account after their first month of trading.

Nick Chapman, UK managing director of LeadPoint, says: “We want to do our bit for the broker community to support them in what is already a very tough market.

“Lead generation is still a very effective tool for brokers of all sizes to source new customers and many brokers rely on leads to fuel their business.

“We hope that all those brokers that have been affected will be able to get their lead purchasing back on track with minimal interruption.”


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  • steve 24th December 2010 at 4:42 am

    A shame there is no one who can help the hundreds of suppliers who have lost money.

  • Justin Rees 23rd December 2010 at 10:42 am

    Sad to read the comment above.

    There will be hundreds of brokers that have lost money so our offer will at least help any broker that has lost money with Leadbay that still wants to buy leads.

  • anon 23rd December 2010 at 10:18 am

    poor attempt at trying to be magnanomous. looks like vultures circling over the a carcass rahter than a genuine attempt to help.