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Setting Appointments for Mortgage Broker in Sydney- Earn AUS$300 For Every New Client (Pay Per Sale)

Posted :30+ days old

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Work type : Freelance

Location : CARLTON-NSW-2218 (NSW - Sydney)

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My name is Saw Myint. I’m a CPA and a Mortgage/Loan  Broker. I’m based in Carlton but I can service the whole  Australia. But I prefer to service  all areas in Sydney at the moment.


I’m looking for Experienced Appointment Setters who I can pay on commission basis.,


You can work your own hour and at your place anywhere in the world and at your own pace as it is commission basis.


I am  paying a flat rate of AUS$300 per appointment that results in a sale. i offer a free  Home Loan Health Assessment valued at $395.00 for any Sydney Home owners  who is qualified.


This is a commission only position that is paid within 48 business hours of the client loan being settled. I need official receipt from you that state that you have receive my payment.


You would need to provide your own phone or skype costs, but we will give you a script, and phone numbers to call and our brochures and more. If this is something that interests you, please apply. I’m very friendly, kind and fair employer.


I value my name more than my money. The main reason I am working is to help people in need around the world. I donate minimum 10% of my net income to people in need with their basic needs such as food, shelter, water, clothes etc, that way I can help many people.


If you happen to have existing clients anywhere in Australia who you feel could benefit from  my services I am willing to accept  appointments outside of Sydney.


Warm Regds,
Saw Myint


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