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Feb 4, 2008

  1. Colorado Newbie
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    anyone ever use ileads.com? and if so I would love to hear your input on them
     
  2. CHUMPS FROM OXFORD
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    Not a big fan of them...or Drew Warmington either...
     
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    He may be their CEO or President.

    They use affiliates (OK...everyone does!) and they CAN RESELL THE LEAD AFTER 48 HOURS (according to their contract). Of course they say "the lead probably won't be sold for two weeks."

    Leads cost $9 or $11 (shared with 4 or 2 agents).


    This information was provided by a recent conversation with an ILeads rep (emailed to me by another person).
     
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    thanks!

    I have a feeling that a Sith Lord is now running all of these internet lead companies
     
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    Remember in that bad Stallone movie where every restaurant was Taco Bell? Well give it a few years and every lead companies will be Netquote.
     
  6. Mr. Bill
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    I used them a few years ago. EXPENSIVE!!! it was a complete waste of money. I'm not certain exactly how they got the "leads"

    One guy had just purchased Physician's Mutual LTC and wanted to know whether or not he'd gotten a "good deal"

    One guy was a P&C guy, I'm still not certain why he asked for a life quote, since he was also Life licensed

    The rest, they really had no interest.

    I'm still waiting to find out whether or not the common trait was filling out the form "Win this Mercedes Benz or $50,000 cash!" in the mall, and somehow this turned into a life insurance lead? Is that a good idea?
     
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    I lit. had someone tell me they were just trying to win a laptop form a pop up ad. They had to reply to the ad 3 times to get it and my $15 life lead was one of them.

    Netquote hmmmm Sure gonna sign up for more of those!
     
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