Win a trip to Australia with InfoTrack

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19 September 2016


InfoTrack 200If your holidays aren’t yet planned for 2017, then it’s worth checking out InfoTrack. InfoTrack have announced their latest incentive – a prize draw to win a two-week holiday for two to Australia.

Having recently added electronic contract packs to their platform, InfoTrack are a service provider that bring together all the key conveyancing tasks under one roof, including SDLT Submissions and AP1 Transfers.

For the chance to win the trip to Australia, InfoTrack customers receive an entry each time they use one of three services – eCOS (electronic contract packs), SDLT or AP1. The more often these services are used through InfoTrack, the more entries users will receive into the prize draw.

Adam Bullion, general manager of marketing at InfoTrack comments “We recognise that our clients work very hard. Our aim is to bring the enjoyment back to conveyancing through technology. The prize of a trip to Australia, running through to the end of December, is designed to be enjoyable and simple to enter, which is similar to our platform. The more a user conducts SDLT Submissions, AP1 Transfers and eCOS (electronic contract packs) through InfoTrack, the more entries they’ll get, increasing their chances of winning.”

For more information and to find out how the promotion works, simply visit http://www.infotrack.co.uk/takemetoaustralia



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