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The road that leads to Tax Delinquent Investment Success I ve discussed three types of letter that I usually write in my Tax Delinquent Investment business. What I will discuss in detail right now is what I call the 2nd type of letter. You might wonder what this 2nd type of letter that I keep talking about. This letter is similar to the simple letter (the first type of letter). Just like the simple letter it also states that as a buyer you are interested in the owner s property. The difference between a simple letter and this 2nd type of letter is that when you write the 2nd type of letter you are already setting a price tag you are willing to pay for for their property.
In 30 days or so you may be off the Chex Systems list or at least have a cleaned up report that will allow you to open a new bank account! The second letter shown below is an example of how a final letter might look. This might help give you some ideas on how your letter should look. A title like this tends to turn one s thoughts to bank accounts or inventory or some other form of physical riches. However each of us has a network of abundance that we regularly overlook. Just like post-its placed near computer screens born to remind us of what we already know about ourselves so does our network of friends family and associates.
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Every morning a lion wakes up. It knows it must outrun the slowest gazelle or it will starve to death. It doe not matter whether you re a lion or a gazelle. When the sun comes up you d better be running. Anonymous. If you truly want success in sales your results will be directly proportional to the actions that you take. You can starve to death because of no sales or you can be eaten by your competition. The second letter is S. If A sets the tone S reinforces the action by being simple. Many sales professionals have a tendency to turn the sales process into a complex convoluted monologue.
Tell your reader why they should trust your company to deliver on its promises. * Addresses a need or desire - Customers want to know how their life will be made better by giving you their business. By discussing common issues that can be affected by the purchase of your product or service you can appeal to a broad audience and leave them feeling the need to buy from you. * Instructs readers in how to react - People need to know what to do next to take advantage of the offers that you have given them. Leaving them with a specific call to action instructions on what to do next and a specific time frame within which to react will get them moving and land even more sales for your company.