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Want Us to Pay You? Learn How Our Finder’s Fee Program Works

Do you work at a law firm or know someone who does?

Do they have a legal blog on their website?

If so, let them know about our business!  We could pay you up to $500 through our Finder’s Fee program!

For each law firm that you promote our business to, we will pay you either $50 if they use monthly billing or 6.94% of the contract if they sign one when they retain us.  You will get paid at the end of the first month if the firm is using monthly billing, or you will get paid once the contract is either completed or near completion (final month).

There are no limits either!  You can refer as many firms as you know and we will continue to pay you.  That means, you could refer us to multiple law firms whether or not you are associated with them.  If they all use monthly billing, you will get $50 each which will really add up quickly.

At the time the law firm retains us, make sure that they mention you referred us so we can contact you to arrange the Finder’s Fee contract with you as required by New York General Obligations Law Sec. 5-701(a)(10).

If you have more questions about our finders fee program, please visit our FAQ for more information or contact us at inquiries@NABLegalMarketing.com.

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