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Becoming an introducer on behalf of Tru Communications is possibly one of the easiest ways you can earn a high second income.
Tru believe in keeping this extremely simple so people who become introducers see exactly how much they can earn from every single introduction they make.
Who is an introducer?
Well, quite simply, everyone! We all have friends and family with jobs or businesses, they all know people at work and through social circles. When the average number of Facebook friends tops 338 per person and 208 Twitter followers each, it’s plain to see how easy introducing can be for pretty much anyone who wants to earn £100. With a tiny bit of thought and effort you could earn thousands!
How it works?
If you bring a qualified introduction to Tru for any of our cornerstone business products listed below:
Commercial mobile phone contracts | Telephone systems | Cloud-based telecoms | Call & line billing | MFD’ s | Printers | Photocopiers | Fleet tracking
Tru Communications will pay you up to £100. per individual service we agree with a customer.*
What is "qualified"?
Qualified means that you supply a company name, contact person, contact number, email and this person ideally will be expecting a call from somebody at Tru on your recommendation to discuss one of the above products!
What do I need to do?
Step 1: You get an introducers code to quote when you send in your introductions
Step 2: Send us the qualified information as above (or as much as you can do, logic and sense applied).
Step 3: Tru will contact the prospect, arrange meetings, provide solutions proposals and manage through to service implementation.
Step 4: You get paid !
Step 5: Return to Step 2.
For more information, complete the contact form at the bottom of the page using INTRO as the subject and our partner team will be in touch soon to give you more information about the opportunity
*£100. only payable once Tru Communications have been paid for services supplied. Not every service commands £100, which is a maximum per service not a minimum.