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Freetrawl offers Tep internet service

Freetrawl.com, the online branch of Tep provider Policy Plus, is writing to every IFA about its services.

The service offers access to information on all companies selling Teps.

The independent internet division has been running for five weeks and is advertising to raise its profile among IFAs.

The target market of the campaign is all IFAs using the internet but it also hopes to convince those not yet online it is in their interests to take advantage of the opportunities off-ered by the internet.

Freetrawl.com sales and marketing director David Carrington says: “The goal is providing IFAs with access to the Tep market that is much simpler and much faster than anything they had access to in the past.”

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