Will Writing Leads

Fresh Telephone Generated WILL WRITING Leads

More people consider writing their wills to have control over how their property and affairs are to be dealt with in case of death. Datablazers Inc. (DBI) can supply will writing leads generated from our own marketing inquiries. We have classified database of individuals who are interested in making a will and those who intend to amend their current will.

DBI’s will writing leads include basic information about the person and other data related to the study being conducted. All our leads are positive to telemarketing, so you are guaranteed responsive prospects for your particular campaign. We ensure reliability and freshness in the generation of our data supply because we want you to succeed with your intent. Whether you opt to access our second-use data or choose to sponsor a promotional inquiry to obtain first-use leads for will writing, please contact us so we could come up with an arrangement.

We carry out our marketing questionnaires all over the UK. To assess the target market objectively, we consider participation of ages 35 to 74 for this particular study. First, we clarify our intent and inform the respondents that a marketing representative may contact them thereafter based on their response to questions. Next, if the interviewee corresponds well, we ask them their basic personal information such as full name, age, home address & status of ownership, and phone numbers etc.


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Q1. The next question is on behalf of (Your brand). Are you considering making or reviewing your will in the next six months?

Answer: YES…

Some Updates on the UK’s Wills and Probate Market

  • Market remains fragmented because of small businesses, intense competition, low priced services and slight increase in the number of older people with wills.
  • According to a recent survey done by 60 wills providers:
    • £85 is the usual price for a single will
    • £120 for wills from solicitors or law firms
    • Other prices depend on the complexity of will