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Is a $2 per Biz loan lead ridiculous or normal?

Fapohunda Olufemi John

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I had a guy who sells a these leads, they are from a log. its has all information needed to be able to market to them and he is wanting to sell each for me at $2 each, I just want to know if that is ridiculous or its normal?

He told me he is selling a minimum 500 leads, he even showed me the logs via anydesk

Please guys let me know your thoughts.

Thanks.
 

Graybeard

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Sure they are not stolen or once previously rejected leads by another company?
Business loans asking how much?
 
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LAME!!!

The only way to buy leads is to verify them, and never in bulk for that kind of price. Hell, I develop 2k and 3k targeted DOI's every week just through my own lead gen efforts and at a cost far less than that!

Learn to build your own micro lists. It is not difficult and in the end the data is far more valuable and reliable.
 

Fapohunda Olufemi John

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LAME!!!

The only way to buy leads is to verify them, and never in bulk for that kind of price. Hell, I develop 2k and 3k targeted DOI's every week just through my own lead gen efforts and at a cost far less than that!

Learn to build your own micro lists. It is not difficult and in the end the data is far more valuable and reliable.

Many thanks for this information..
I really appreciate/.
 

Graybeard

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If you are talking an email list -- that price is way too high.
If you are buying as a call center fresh calls that price is way too low depending on the source.

People sell reject lists all the time -- honest brokers will tell you and price them accordingly.
I saw a broker once selling 30 day payday loan reject applications LOL <<<that must be a REAL hard case :D
 

Fapohunda Olufemi John

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If you are talking an email list -- that price is way too high.
If you are buying as a call center fresh calls that price is way too low depending on the source.

People sell reject lists all the time -- honest brokers will tell you and price them accordingly.
I saw a broker once selling 30 day payday loan reject applications LOL <<<that must be a REAL hard case :D

Many thanks for this.
But i will appreciate your ideal price idea for both
-Email list
-call center fresh and also old like like August and above.
 

Graybeard

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Rejected call center leads (aged means they may have been resold a few times already)= not much
Email lists of not qualified inquiries = a lot less
A qualified new business loan $75 to $150 to the actual lender (sold by the call center) or a finder's fee to a bird dog.
Lenders in the US want $50K to $1Mil as a business loan. Lenders want the loan collateralized . VC (Venture Capitalists); a few million and securitization or an equity interest in something viable.
 
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Graybeard

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You don't want guaranteed 'sign-ups' you want qualified form submits to get paid.
Most people looking for business loans on the internet are either; total flakes, hi-risk borrowers or new business startup plans with limited capital and occasionally: a good venture scenario.
Lenders are offering you (affiliates) a *paid* fishing opportunity.
 
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