Payingtoomuch.com Launches 'Find an Advisor' Service

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Financial planners and advisers looking for new clients and an online capability for existing clients requiring non-advised products have a new service option.

“We are about to launch a market leading annuity service which we feel needs to be backed up by an advice option for larger fund sizes so issues like flexible drawdown, phased retirement and fixed term annuities can be discussed.”

Payingtoomuch.com, the independent price comparison site for consumers has launched a ‘Find an Adviser’ service for its consumer facing website and is inviting advisers to join.

Through ‘Find an Adviser’ consumers visiting Payingtoomuch.com will be given the option to choose from a selection of financial advisers in their local area who have agreed to provide them with 30 minutes worth of free financial advice. At the time a consumer requests advice, payingtoomuch.com will email their local adviser firm with no charge for the lead.

The ‘Find an Adviser’ service works as part of payingtoomuch.com’s affiliate scheme, PTM Partners, whereby advisers can set up their own branded version of payingtoomuch.com for their own websites and provide their clients access to the financial products they don’t provide themselves.

As a PTM Partner, payingtoomuch.com will split the affiliate business it receives 50/50 with a small deduction for low value travel insurance and for clawback where this is a possibility. The clients passed on remain within the adviser’s own marketing group and therefore the revenue share remains in place for the life of the adviser firm/client/payingtoomuch.com.

A number of firms have already joined the scheme, for example Chartered Financial Advisers, Skerrits, Plan Money, The Women’s Wealth Expert and Best Practice.

Michael Ward, managing director of payingtoomuch.com said: “Payingtoomuch.com is founded on a life and pensions base rather than a car insurance one and so we are adviser friendly! We know sometimes our clients want advice and we want to be able to put forward suitable professionals to them.

“We are about to launch a market leading annuity service which we feel needs to be backed up by an advice option for larger fund sizes so issues like flexible drawdown, phased retirement and fixed term annuities can be discussed.”

“I hope to attract more quality advisers and financial planners to be part of the service going forward so we can see what we can achieve together.”

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