Does anyone have feedback regarding InboxRealEstateLeads.com ? I have purchased two leads from them over the last year and both appear to be dead

Asked by Rpm57, Thu Jan 31, 2013

ends The leads cost $25 each and they gave me credit on a few other leads that did not pan out, but every time a new lead comes up it seems very questionable. When I send an email to them requesting how their leads are obtained they never answer back.

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Gerald Edward…, Agent, Cape Coral, FL
Mon Nov 24, 2014
These guys are truly scam artists. I am unable to contact their customer service and they will not respond to any e-mails. I purchased the monthly program and have not received any leads at all. They also have the audacity to send me e-mails requesting money for each lead they email, and yet when I agree they still do not send the lead. They will need to be reported. Who would I report them to?
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Lynette Boul…, Agent, San Antonio, TX
Tue Apr 30, 2013
I am starting to think they are a SCAM!!!!! I bought the zips that were available for a month. Got NOTHING, even after I signed up for my own lead....
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Scott Miller, Agent, Boca Raton, FL
Thu Jan 31, 2013
Hi Rpm.

DON'T BUY LEADS from any of these so-called 'lead generation' companies. Most are bogus at best. Go out and create your own campaign, write blogs, do a little advertising on sites like this one and you'll get more leads than you can handle.

No go charge back your credit card for the amount they took from you and don't do it again.

GOOD LUCK!

Scott Miller
Realty Associates
Boca Raton-Miami Beach, FL
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Scott Godzyk, Agent, Manchester, NH
Fri Sep 22, 2017
The simple answer is do NOT buy leads, Generate your own that way you do not have to share any and they are not old and worthless. Same thing with buying zip codes. For me after referrals, i get more leads from Active Rain blog than any other source. I put a free link below to sign up
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Elaine Green, Agent, New York, NY
Fri Sep 22, 2017
Other than the $25 did anyone pay for this service? Is there a fee to join? I have joined a few and am looking on my credit cards for a charge. I have read the reviews about this site and all are negative.
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Slfrankel, Home Buyer, West Palm Beach, FL
Thu Sep 14, 2017
I also gave it a chance - total waste of money. I don't know how potential clients find this site, but they do enter their contact information which is disbursed to gullible agents like us for non-refundable $25 purchase. The leads themselves are totally useless - pathetically low target prices ranges, and for those that appear to be a little more qualified, don't return calls, emails or hang up. And you only receive a credit, not reimbursement. As our colleagues mentioned below, you are better off creating your own marketing. Good luck.
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Jacquelyn St…, Agent, Flowery Branch, GA
Tue Dec 16, 2014
I closed the very first lead they sent, and am working with two others that were at least responsive. Georgia.
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Hi Jacquelyn, Really?? I've bought several and they all have fake information. I'm so dumb, I kept figuring that someone would eventually be legit! Did you do anything special?
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Jim Paulson, Agent, Boise, ID
Mon Nov 24, 2014
I just received an email from them today and their link doesn't look safe and their website is down. Thanks for the post and I will pass on this great "opportunity". ;)
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Phil Powell, Agent, La Jolla, CA
Thu Jun 6, 2013
I think they are a scam also!
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Jessica Bate…, Agent, Beverly Hills, CA
Sun May 5, 2013
I get leads from thelendersnetwork.com only get high closing ratio leads only pay a referral fee at closing!
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LEEJCM7601@A…, , Crete, IL
Fri Apr 12, 2013
ALL THEIR ZIP CODES IN THE CHICAGOLAND AREA APPEAR TO BE AVAILABLE,THAT MEANS THEY ARENT WORKING
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Rpm57, Home Buyer,
Fri Feb 1, 2013
Thank you all for your feedback.
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carlos parra…, Other Pro, Monrovia, CA
Thu Jan 31, 2013
Frankly this is quite inexpensive for a credible lead. Which leads me (no pun intended) to the old adage: If it seems too good to be true, it is.
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James Sanchez, Agent, Burbank, CA
Thu Jan 31, 2013
$25 bucks is not that bad.... I did MyReply... now that was a joke and a rip off.. also did Realtor. Com, I should of invested the money in Lotto, maybe would of had a better return. RIght now I just do Zillow, its not the best, but like Dan said, its a numbers game. I think about the 20 I get from Zillow a month, 7 are actually looking and I work with about 3-4 of them. One thing I noticed is you/ I won't connect with every lead we get, and if there is no connection than they aren't going to work with you. Another thing I do with my leads that don't work for me, is a pass them off to other agents and try to get something that way.

James
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I have had very Good success with Realtor.com. I am getting leads that are ready to buy and qualified already. Yes, it is a numbers game and you won't win over every lead but even one close pays for the entire contract. I closed on 3 and have contracts in place on 2 more waiting to close.
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Dan Tabit, Agent, Issaquah, WA
Thu Jan 31, 2013
Rpm,
I've done various lead programs and most of the leads aren't very good. It becomes a matter of volume to find a few good ones that still take nurturing to develop. Rarely will you get one that says, "Hi, I'm ready to buy or sell with you tomorrow and I'm fully prepared and qualified."
I don't know the company you mentioned, but I suspect it's similar to others I've done.
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