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Last Updated on March 6, 2023 by John Fischer

HI Everybody. My name is John Fischer. Welcome to Accredited Investor Let’s talk about Accredited Investor Lead. What’s an accredited investor lead? So a lead is a name, address, and a phone number, maybe sometimes has an email.

And Accredited Investor someone who makes $200,000 income a year for the last two years. $300,000 combined with their significant other million net worth, not including their home experience in managing their personal portfolio.

We give you an added bonus at a credit investorleadscom, our people are qualified $25 to $100,000. It is risk capital, and they’ve been mailed a private placement memorandum. That’s a far cry from what you would buy from an Info USA.

A sales genie or Investorleads dotcom. We own investment investorleadscom. We own investorleads. Singularcom. So they just buy that stuff? They sell that $0.07 stuff. There’s no way on earth that they’re vetted.

You can’t get them vetted. It’s a model information. It’s a Zip plus four average. So just imagine if you’re in your neighborhood and you take everybody in that Zip code and line up all the networks and line up all their ages and line up all their home values and divide by how many there are, and then that number is assigned to each person.

That’s what’s called model information. Kaka it doesn’t work for the investment arena. It may work for certain areas, like if they need a pool or if they need the windows. If the homes were built at a certain time, there’s a good chance that you’d be able to get them storm windows.

Their pools are getting ready to be redone, the roofs, and so on. So there is a purpose for model information, but Accredited Investors and Investor Leads is not. If you have any questions, feel free to call me.

John Fischer, accredited 561-239-0364.

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