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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.
For it sets the tone of this sales coaching tip that being action. Without action your goal to increase sales will simply not happen. You cannot wish or hope for sales. You as the sales professional must take action from finding those potential prospects to qualifying them to securing their commitment to delivering the sales and to conducting the follow-up. So much in sales is dependent upon action. There is a favorite little story that I share with all of my clients including my sales coaching ones. Every morning in Africa a gazelle wakes up. It knows it must run faster than the fastest lion or it will be killed.
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It will take a few days to get your report. You may want to bookmark this article so you can return once you have your copy. Once you have your copy spend some time reviewing it. Your report will include the following sections: your name and "consumer identifier" one or more items of "Reported Information" (this is the bad stuff that is being reported about your banking history!) one or more "Inquiries Initiated by Consumer Action" (these are things you have allegedly done that caused someone to pull your Consumer Report) one or more "Inquiries Not Initiated By Consumer Action" (these are reports pulled by others about you without your direct permission) one or more "Retail Information" items (from other checkwriting databases such as SCAN) one ore more "History of Checks Ordered" and then personal information about you including your Social Security Number and Drivers License.