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Trigold offers Encore users free trial

Trigold will be offering a free two month trial to current Mortgage 2000 Encore subscribers.

Yesterday, moneysupermarket.com revealed it was to shut down its Mortgage 2000 sourcing system, and would aid users to move over to Mortgage Brain. Trigold is now offering any Encore users an alternative.

As well as a free trial period, Trigold are offering 12 months half price for any M2000 users that switch to its Prospector, as well as a tool to import client data from their existing system.

Trigold business development and marketing director David Aylmer says: “Encore users will be keen to discover which of the remaining sourcing systems provide the most complete service and we’re eager to help them make an informed choice.

“Sourcing systems sit at the heart of an adviser’s business and so this is a crucial decision for them all. I’m sure that they will welcome the opportunity to compare and contrast systems rather than being railroaded in one particular direction.”

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