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Moneyquest launches mortgage telenet site

Moneyquest.co.uk is launching a mortgage website aiming to steer browsers to its telephone consultants.

The Moneyquest website advises browsers not to buy online, instead recommending they speak to a trained salesperson who then applies on the customer&#39s behalf through the IFonline portal. It will not charge an arrangement fee for the service.

Moneyquest operations director Paul Reynolds says: “We believe customers still want the choice of being able to speak to someone to get all the information they need as well as taking advantage of the internet to do their comparison shopping.”

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