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referral

Recommending a particular broker to someone. Brokers may legally pay referral fees,but only to other brokers.

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An attorney's actions after receiving a referral are crucial to receiving more referrals in the future.
To the specialists, the message was, "If we ensure that the patients meet these criteria, you will stop reviewing all referrals and just start booking patients.
Referrals aren't considered marketing by consumers for two reasons:, it's the buyer that solicits the information.
You stand up and ask for referrals with confidence.
NICB received 333 auto glass fraud referrals in 2009, a relatively small figure compared to the 2,036 QC referrals submitted this year for a stunning 511-percent increase year over year.
During the 10-week pilot period, more than 1,200 referrals were sent electronically.
Asking for referrals may imply that you are in a negative position and need more business; or that you are trying to grow a large (and not personal) firm.
The special committee made seven recommendations, including unanimously proposing that "a lawyer shall not accept client referrals from any person, entity or service that also refers or attempts to refer clients to any other type of professional service for the same incident, transaction or circumstance .