Minnesota Bankruptcy Leads and Direct Mail
We currently collect and supply Minnesota bankruptcy leads. These leads are based off of judgments against individual defendants (consumers). In the past, the civil case was filed by the plaintiff-creditor against the defendant-debtor. The defendant-debtor lost and now a judgment has just been docketed against them. These defendants could possibly use the services of a bankruptcy attorney.
We collect leads from every county in Minnesota and we can do direct mail advertising to cases in any county or counties in Minnesota that you desire.
Free trial offer:
Since we have just completed our Minnesota lead gathering software program for Minnesota judgments on consumer debt lawsuits, we are currently providing a one month, no obligation free trial of the leads.
Two types of service are available for Minnesota bankruptcy cases:
We can provide Traditional Service, whereby we collect the leads on a daily basis and then email them on a spreadsheet to you Monday through Friday, with the new cases from the weekend delivered on Mondays' spreadsheets. You or your assistants can then prepare your advertisements using these leads and mail off from your office. We recommend that you or your staff mail off each and every weekday that is not a public holiday so as to maintain the advantage Direct Legal Mail generates by collecting the leads so quickly. We call the service where we collect the leads and you mail them off, the Traditional Service. The other type of service we offer is the Full Service, whereby we handle the entire process for you, from collecting the leads to preparing your advertisements and mailing them off for you.
For the Traditional Service, there is a one month (30 calendar day) free trial, followed by $0.60 per record. For the Full Service, the first 4 weeks of service are discounted by $0.60 for a total price of $1.20 per mail piece. After the free trial, the price is $1.80 per mail piece. The Full Service price is all-inclusive and includes the cost of the leads, postage, labor, and materials. The free trial or discounted trial does not obligate you to continue with regular service. There are also no long term commitments. You can cancel at any time just by emailing us. With either the Traditional Service or Full Service, you can cap the amount you want to spend so you can stay within your marketing budget
Can I get only the types of civil cases that I want?
Yes. We can provide a full list of civil cases to you and you can pick and choose the types of cases you want. Usually, attorneys will pick debt collection cases over a certain dollar amount as well as foreclosure cases, but we are flexible and can collect and provide the leads that best suit your strategy.
Can you help me execute complex marketing strategies?
Yes, we can help you with just about any strategy, including, but not limited to:
- Identifying Hispanic records so that you can send an advertisement in Spanish.
- We can also help you execute on strategies that you have come up with yourself, and we keep these strategies confidential so that you can benefit from the strategies that you have come up with.
Is it easy to make changes?
Yes, just email us and ask and we can make the changes for you.
Any other special characteristics of your service:
Yes, we can provide free mail merge to make things easier on your end. Basically, you email us your letters and we keep them on file. Each day, we mail merge the data into the letters, and then email you the already mail-merged letters along with the data. You can just open up the document containing the mail-merged letters and hit “print.” Then you can do the rest of the mailing process. It is that easy. There is no extra charge for mail merge.
Can you do the mailings for me?
Yes. This is called our Full Service. The price is $1.80 per mail piece ($1.20 per mail piece for the first 4 weeks of service). This is an all-inclusive price and includes the cost of the leads, postage, labor, and materials. We simply invoice you once every two weeks by adding the number of mail pieces mailed off for you during that two week period. You can also cap the amount that you want to spend so you stay within your marketing budget.
Do you have any samples of the Minnesota civil leads (bankruptcy leads) or sample bankruptcy advertisement letters and mail pieces for me to look at?
Yes, please email us at email@example.com or use the contact box to the right, and we will send you a sample of the leads and/or sample letters.
Rule 7.3 Solicitation of Clients
A lawyer shall not by in-person or live telephone contact solicit professional employment from anyone when a significant motive for the lawyer's doing so is the lawyer's pecuniary gain, unless the person contacted:
(1) is a lawyer; or
(2) has a family, close personal, or prior professional relationship with the lawyer.
A lawyer shall not solicit professional employment by written, recorded, or electronic communication or by in-person or telephone contact even when not otherwise prohibited by paragraph (a) if:
(1) the target of the solicitation has made known to the lawyer a desire not to be solicited by the lawyer; or
(2) the solicitation involves coercion, duress, or harassment.
Every written, recorded, or electronic communication from a lawyer soliciting professional employment from anyone known to be in need of legal services in a particular matter shall clearly and conspicuously include the words "Advertising Material" on the outside envelope, if any, and within any written, recorded, or electronic communication, unless the recipient of the communication is a person specified in paragraph (a)(1) or (a)(2).
Notwithstanding the prohibitions in paragraph (a), a lawyer may participate with a prepaid or group legal service plan operated by an organization not owned or directed by the lawyer that uses in-person or telephone contact to solicit memberships or subscriptions for the plan from persons who are not known to need legal services in a particular matter covered by the plan.
(Amended effective August 31, 1993; amended effective October 1, 2005; amended effective April 1, 2015; amended effective June 11, 2015.)