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Anybody use Lead Latchers

Yep. I unfortunately used them. Was over $2,000 to get started with them, and it turns out, I got FAR better results doing my own social media marketing. My CPL was way lower. I see absolutely no benefit whatsoever with using lead Latchers.

Hello Marcus Brody,

I trust this message finds you well. I'm reaching out on behalf of the Lead Latchers' team. We've come across your recent posts, and it caught our attention. However, upon thorough review, we couldn't find any sign-up records from a Marcus Brody in our system or for our services.
This discrepancy suggests that the information in the forum post may be inaccurate and potentially indicative of trolling behavior. I've also sent you a direct message to open up a line of communication. I would appreciate the opportunity to discuss this further with you.
 
Someone else on this forum just asked about Lead Latchers and I shared my experience with him:

I found out about Lead Latchers when a representative of theirs reached out to me on LinkedIn. We set up a time to speak and it sounded like a great opportunity to increase sales in my specific area of insurance, especially as there was a money back guarantee if you don't make $10,000 in premiums using their system. From his description, it sounded easy and straightforward. In hindsight, it clearly was not. I should have brought the 17 page contract to an attorney, as the jargon and fine print make the requirements to receive a refund very difficult to understand. I signed up and went through the training process. The customer service team was courteous and friendly, and other than a slight delay in them getting the Facebook ads up and running, my Lead Latchers experience started on a promising note.
Unfortunately, the system and ads generated a few phone calls with potential leads, but nothing actualized to any customers. I reached out to the team to try some tweaks, but it didn't result in anything else. After investing time, effort and nearly $5,000 into the system (including service charges, paying for the CRM and Facebook ads), I filled out the lengthy cancellation form to request a refund. The Lead Latchers escalation manager emailed me that "Unfortunately, you do not qualify for a refund because you did not meet the guarantee requirements. You did not give our system the opportunity to help you close deals or increase your online visibility by 80 percent. In other words, we cannot guarantee a closing if you do not fulfill the guarantee requirements."
When I requested a phone call to discuss this further, the manager refused to do so. What made matters even more frustrating was that they refused to stop charging my card unless I signed an NDA, which I wasn't willing to do under the circumstances. After getting nowhere through numerous email attempts to come to a mutual resolution, I contacted my credit card company to ask that they decline charges from the company from the time I submitted the cancellation form and decided to share my frustrating experiences with others so they can understand the challenges of getting approved for a refund if they don't see results from the system.
 
I did contact them. In one of their videos, they state that there is a one-time setup fee and then it's $47.00 a month. OK. Then was contacted by them and was told it was $1,997.00 to pay upfront and then $300 a month for Facebook ads. Asked if I could speak to someone who sells Medicare products and uses this service. He stated that in the testimonial section there were plenty of people who will identify themselves, what they sell as well as the company they worked for so could easily contact them. Nope. I looked at their "Agreement" and it is sketchy. They use the word "lead" all over the place...even in their company name. But the agreement clearly states that they are not a LEAD generation company but an advertising company.

The guy I spoke to said he would email me another link to speak again.

Nope.

Caveat Emptor.
 
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Someone else on this forum just asked about Lead Latchers and I shared my experience with him:

I found out about Lead Latchers when a representative of theirs reached out to me on LinkedIn. We set up a time to speak and it sounded like a great opportunity to increase sales in my specific area of insurance, especially as there was a money back guarantee if you don't make $10,000 in premiums using their system. From his description, it sounded easy and straightforward. In hindsight, it clearly was not. I should have brought the 17 page contract to an attorney, as the jargon and fine print make the requirements to receive a refund very difficult to understand. I signed up and went through the training process. The customer service team was courteous and friendly, and other than a slight delay in them getting the Facebook ads up and running, my Lead Latchers experience started on a promising note.
Unfortunately, the system and ads generated a few phone calls with potential leads, but nothing actualized to any customers. I reached out to the team to try some tweaks, but it didn't result in anything else. After investing time, effort and nearly $5,000 into the system (including service charges, paying for the CRM and Facebook ads), I filled out the lengthy cancellation form to request a refund. The Lead Latchers escalation manager emailed me that "Unfortunately, you do not qualify for a refund because you did not meet the guarantee requirements. You did not give our system the opportunity to help you close deals or increase your online visibility by 80 percent. In other words, we cannot guarantee a closing if you do not fulfill the guarantee requirements."
When I requested a phone call to discuss this further, the manager refused to do so. What made matters even more frustrating was that they refused to stop charging my card unless I signed an NDA, which I wasn't willing to do under the circumstances. After getting nowhere through numerous email attempts to come to a mutual resolution, I contacted my credit card company to ask that they decline charges from the company from the time I submitted the cancellation form and decided to share my frustrating experiences with others so they can understand the challenges of getting approved for a refund if they don't see results from the system.

Someone else on this forum just asked about Lead Latchers and I shared my experience with him:

I found out about Lead Latchers when a representative of theirs reached out to me on LinkedIn. We set up a time to speak and it sounded like a great opportunity to increase sales in my specific area of insurance, especially as there was a money back guarantee if you don't make $10,000 in premiums using their system. From his description, it sounded easy and straightforward. In hindsight, it clearly was not. I should have brought the 17 page contract to an attorney, as the jargon and fine print make the requirements to receive a refund very difficult to understand. I signed up and went through the training process. The customer service team was courteous and friendly, and other than a slight delay in them getting the Facebook ads up and running, my Lead Latchers experience started on a promising note.
Unfortunately, the system and ads generated a few phone calls with potential leads, but nothing actualized to any customers. I reached out to the team to try some tweaks, but it didn't result in anything else. After investing time, effort and nearly $5,000 into the system (including service charges, paying for the CRM and Facebook ads), I filled out the lengthy cancellation form to request a refund. The Lead Latchers escalation manager emailed me that "Unfortunately, you do not qualify for a refund because you did not meet the guarantee requirements. You did not give our system the opportunity to help you close deals or increase your online visibility by 80 percent. In other words, we cannot guarantee a closing if you do not fulfill the guarantee requirements."
When I requested a phone call to discuss this further, the manager refused to do so. What made matters even more frustrating was that they refused to stop charging my card unless I signed an NDA, which I wasn't willing to do under the circumstances. After getting nowhere through numerous email attempts to come to a mutual resolution, I contacted my credit card company to ask that they decline charges from the company from the time I submitted the cancellation form and decided to share my frustrating experiences with others so they can understand the challenges of getting approved for a refund if they don't see results from the system.
Steven,

Be careful. Someone from their team is going to contact you about this post and threaten you with legal action if you don’t take it down. If they haven’t already done so.
 
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