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Heritus begins to offer cash advance leads to merchants



Heritus Marketing Group announced Thursday (September 22) that it is starting to offer cash advances to merchants.

In a press release, the company said the leads contained details of business owners who have a high volume of credit card sales on a daily basis. Heritus ensures that these prospects are genuinely interested in borrowing cash advances from merchants before passing them on to their customers. Tracks Include Solar Tracks, Auto Guarantee Tracks, Auto Insurance Tracks, Home Security Tracks, Loan Modification Live Tracks, Debt Settlement Live Transfers, Reverse Mail Tracks , live mortgage transfers, mortgage post tracks and real-time leads for various businesses. With Merchant Cash Advance Leads, Heritus said it aims to serve a whole new niche of businesses.

“By doing cold calling and telemarketing, salespeople end up spending a lot of time prospecting for customers who just aren’t interested in merchant cash advances,” said Himanshu Tripathi, founder and promoter of Heritus Marketing. Group, in the press release. “The same time can be used profitably by contacting the active Merchant Cash Advance Live leads that we provide. These prospects have a great chance of qualifying for sales.

According to the company, it has a dedicated team that determines the exact specifications, requirements and goals of customers. In addition to old media sources, old internet sources, and public records, Heritus also uses online questionnaires to generate leads for customers who offer cash advances to merchants. These leads will then be filtered based on their specifications, to ensure that customers get exactly what they want. Heritus went on to note that it can provide a constant flow of pre-verified prospects who are interested in merchant cash advances. This can help sales reps save time on prospecting and focus more on selling, he said.



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