DFS Marketing

Mar 13, 2019

  1. C A Story
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    Has anyone used them? If so how was your experience. We started using Senior Leads about a month ago and we are planning on suspending it as soon as we can.
     
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    DFS Marketing just left a phone message and sent me an email. They claim to provide annuity leads. Can't figure out from the email how it works.

    Did a search on this forum but can't find anything about them. Hope someone has useful info and will post it.

    Person who contacted me is Chris Haliburton
     
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    goillini52 MAGA...Eat More Bacon & BUILD THAT WALL!!!

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    https://dfs-marketing.com/

    dfs marketing - Google Search
     
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    Yes, I saw them on Google. But, I was hoping for personal experiences from someone on this forum. Good, bad, just ok.
     
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    goillini52 MAGA...Eat More Bacon & BUILD THAT WALL!!!

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    Oh, ok. This link was in the 2nd link I posted.
    https://www.glassdoor.com/Reviews/DFS-Marketing-Reviews-E1326238.htm

    " They claim to provide annuity leads. Can't figure out from the email how it works."<<< I think it explains on their website. I just glanced at it, but they say they have preset appointments.
     
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    Just remember, most annuity leads are going to suck.

    This isn't other life products where a $30-$40 lead nets you 600-1000 bucks.

    The average annuity sale is over 100k. Even accounting for low comp MYGA sales, you're looking at 2k-7k per sale.

    If the leads are a few 100 bucks, that makes sense. If they're lower, then why wouldn't the lead provider buy an agency and keep all of the commissions?

    FWIW, I know nothing about this company (sorry Mickey)...just food for thought.
     
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    Thanks for the input. I need to put up $2,500 for the initial leads ($3,000 for extra bandwidth marketing). Doesn't say how many leads I will receive but email states:

    ***GUARANTEE*** - If agent doesn’t make their money back with the appointments, DFS will refund money (ask about these details).
     
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    There was something on there about a free lead generating website with SEO.
     
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    Lol..............sure.
     
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    Give it a shot then and let us know. 10-15 leads then close 2 or 3 will be a decent ROI.
     
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