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The Credit Crunch Has Resulted In All Mortgage Brokers Suffering A Reduced Income.
loan agreement
If this applies to you - Have you thought about adding another service that you could offer your existing client base that could produce a lucrative income stream for very little effort.


It Is Likely, If Your Existing Clients Have Loans That They May Be Unenforceable.

The Consumer credit Act 1974

The law relating to Consumer Credit Agreements is very specific to ensure that consumers are safeguarded. If Agreements fail to meet certain prescribed terms they are unenforceable. It is estimated that 70% of credit agreements dated before April 2007 do not comply. This being the case your clients could be entitled to a REFUND OF EXCESS INTEREST, HIDDEN CHARGES or even a COMPLETE WAIVER OF PAYMENTS which EFFECTIVELY ENDS THE AGREEMENT.

80% of Car Loans Are Unenforceable
How many of your clients have car loans - Again your client could benefit from an introduction to ourselves.

Applies To Unsecured & Secured Loans For Any Purpose

Free Solicitor Audit of Your Clients Secured Loan Agreements
We provide FREE No Obligation Solicitor audits of your clients secured loan agreements. If it is deemed that your client has reason to make a claim one of our panel solicitors will offer to act on a NO WIN NO FEE Basis. Click here for further details of our free Solicitor Audit & Claim Service

Free Training & Support
In association with Simply Credit Claims FREE Training and support is provided to maximise this opportunity for you .

pound sterling For Further Information Call
Sam or Andy on 0870 2255 267

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