View more on these topics

paaleads.com expands offering

Lead distributor paaleads.com has expanded its Standard Plan, which now allows intermediaries to choose how they want to receive leads – the auto-bid scheme, online bidding scheme or a mixture of both – but they can also now select a variety of lead types.

The Standard Plan charges intermediaries a fixed fee per lead and stipulates how many are required, and covers a range of products including savings, pensions, investments, term assurance and PMI as well as all mortgage leads.

The plan is designed for individuals and organisations that want the reassurance of a steady flow of leads at a fixed price.

Head of paaleads.com Vanessa Blount says: “We have re-launched the Standard Plan as a direct result of feedback from our customers; however we have gone the extra mile and extended the offering across a whole raft of products.

“This sends a clear message that we listen and respond to the market, and are committed to constantly improving choice for advisers. By extending the range of lead type, advisers can diversify their business proposition, add value to the client and create additional income streams.”

Recommended

FSA shake-up cuts enforcement team

Almost a third of staff in the FSA’s enforcement division are to leave this year through redundancy or being moved to another department.A number of new appointments from top City law firms and accountants are due to be announced shortly, leading to a 20 per cent net reduction in numbers although the budget will remain […]

In the Pink

PINK HOME LOANS
Kensington Mortgages Near Prime Three-Year Fixed BTL

Pensions - thumbnail

Preparing for the changes to the pensions market

As more and more providers start to reveal their stance on the charge cap and removal of commission and active member discount pricing, we thought it would be worthwhile to look at what these are, and the steps businesses should be taking to prepare for this.

Newsletter

News and expert analysis straight to your inbox

Sign up

Comments

    Leave a comment