3 Principles To Make Appointments By Phone
Stephanie A. Lloyd, an executive recruiter and Principal in Calibre Search Group specializing in finance, accounting and commercial and investment banking shares an example of what NOT to do! here
By turning over control to a third party, you save peace of mind and money. But your credit score will have a temporary decline as creditors place holds on new credit applications. For at least a year, they want to see that you will indeed be making regular payments.
Card fraud is a big problem in the world nowadays, but this new technology has significantly decreased card fraud. It is estimated that 80% of retail transaction in the UK are now paid for by card. This isn't because more and more people are getting credit cards, it's because more and more people are getting a debit card with their bank account and using this debit card instead of cash when shopping.
1) Where can you check out the advisor? The Find Financial Services business is intensely regulated. Look for their regulatory agency and then go online and do some digging. This may be the SEC, FINRA, or maybe the state department of insurance. They all have websites that show if there are any complaints against the advisor and if those complaints have been resolved. Ask the advisor that you are meeting with who regulates them. Yes, this is a fair question! If an advisor is hesitant to tell you where you can check them out, then run-don't walk-for the door! Remember just one name: Bernie Madoff.
For starters, you should understand all the ins and outs of your credit card. You should know what your limit is and keep a record of when payments are due. The best idea is to have some kind of planner where you write all this information in, so that you don't get stung later.
I marvelled at one story he told me about when he went shopping for a bed cover and pillows. After he completed his purchase he thought, "I've done business with you, you should do business with me." He proceeded to book an appointment with the sales clerk who had sold him his pillows. He also asked if she would introduce him to her manager and the other sales clerks. He left the store that day with five appointments booked in his day timer.