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A free iPad with our compliments

1st April 2013

QRS brought to you by ETSOS is a free to use web based platform that allows you to generate conveyancing quotes and capture more instructions at the point of listing. With our unique iPad, iPhone and Android applications you can even generate conveyancing quotes in your client’s front room!

You maintain your local legal relationships, you decide the legal fee scales with your local solicitor and you decide what referral fee you’d like to take.You maintain your local legal relationships, you decide the legal fee scales with your local solicitor and you decide what referral fee you’d like to take.

We’re so sure that you’ll love QRS that we’re even prepared to give you an iPad free of charge to trial our system for a month. If you continue to use QRS you keep the iPad if you don’t just hand it back.

We have two iPads to give away in April, so don’t delay, use the form below, call Richard Megson on 07866 428294 or email us at rmegson@etsos.co.uk to express your interest!

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