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Heritus Starts Offering Merchant Cash Advance Leads

Heritus Marketing Group announced on Thursday (Sept. 22) that it began offering Merchant Cash Advance Leads.

In a press release, the company said the leads contain details of business owners who have a high credit card sales volume on a daily basis. Heritus makes sure these leads are genuinely interested in borrowing merchant cash advances before transferring them to their clients. The leads include solar leads, auto warranty leads, auto insurance leads, home security leads, loan modification live leads, debt settlement live transfers, reverse post leads, mortgage live transfers, mortgage post leads and real-time leads for various businesses. With Merchant Cash Advance Leads, Heritus said it is aiming to get into serving a totally new niche of businesses.

“By cold-calling and telemarketing, sales people end up spending a lot of their time on prospecting customers who are just not interested in getting 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 leads have high chances of qualifying into sales.”

According to the company, it has a dedicated team that is determining the exact specifications, requirements and goals of the clients. Apart from aged media sources, aged internet sources and public records, Heritus also uses online questionnaires to generate leads for clients who offer merchant cash advances. These leads will then be filtered based on their specifications, to make sure the clients get exactly what they want. Heritus went on to note it can provide a constant stream of pre-verified leads that are interested in merchant cash advances. This can help sales people save time on prospecting and focus more on selling, it said.


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