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Real Estate Lead Generation SCAM Spot them the How To here.

Hi http://www.scam.com/ you have really written a bad article here, boo who? Timhead well that is his name on top of the article, http://srv349.rackco.com/showthread.php?p=798710.

Titled Real Estate Lead Generating Scams,

Free real estate posting sites, Its Free, FREE, FRE to post your Real Estate on our site.

QUOTE: This Back door marketing trap catches visitors by utilizing unsuspecting Realtor Companies Listings as the Bait to harvest leads.

Okay Timhead why is the sale of information such a big deal, you buy the new paper don’t you and they do a lot worse with peoples names then an agent calling a prospect back who wants to list their house. If you new anything about lead generation and the sale of leads it is governed quite strictly and no one interested in buying a lead that could be worth thousands would be harvesting mass generated low targeted leads.

A lead generation process happens on a very defined market niche where the prospect or the consumer is looking for very specific information, a lead generated from a random question is not only worthless but is considered spam and for you so called big business these leads are lucky to be worth cents per thousand.

If a real estate lead is generated in mortgage broking it will be a cost to a seller of that service from $40 to $130 per lead, do you think that someone is going to buy that if the consumer is going to say “how did you get my details” “I didn’t sign up for this” are you kidding or just living in the 90’s Timhead. Also a lead for an agent looking to sell / buy property can be worth up $5000 for a buyers agent and a percentage of the agents commission if someone is looking to sell. Please tell me what person would buy a real estate lead of that value, that would have a consumer not be happy to have this person contact them?

Check out the first comment:

This really doesn’t sound like a scam to me. If you sign-up for something you have to read the privacy policy or else your information probably will be used in ways you don’t know about.
It’s a common practice among all types of sites.

Haha nice one http://www.scam.com/ super article, maybe you just wrote some poor article because you thought you maybe able to generate some traffic on you site in that area then hoping they click on your masses of google ads, sounds like the article should be on click fraud because that is all you are enticing, article that make people want to leave your site by clicking on your ads.

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