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Would you be interested in a referral program?
Poll ended at Mon 02 Jul 2012 14:51
Yes 83%  83%  [ 35 ]
No 17%  17%  [ 7 ]
Total votes : 42
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 Post subject: Re: Directory Listing Referral System?!
 Post Posted: Sat 23 Jun 2012 14:13 
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Joined: Thu 16 Jun 2005 16:04
Posts: 4598
Location: NE Alabama
FRN Agency ID #: 5
Experience: More than 10 years
Whatever happened to mailing postal orders ? Sure its slower, but its safer. No crooks to worry about. Always options and alternatives.

River City Associates
Decatur, Al. 35601

 Post subject: Re: Directory Listing Referral System?!
 Post Posted: Sat 23 Jun 2012 14:24 
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Joined: Mon 19 Aug 2002 05:03
Posts: 1163
Location: Orange County, California, USA
FRN Agency ID #: 1
Experience: More than 10 years
Mailing a Postal Order, Check, or Money Order is always an option but that is not conducted online! I assumed you were seeking another Online method of payment.

If anyone wishes to upgrade their account using that alternative type of payment they can always contact me for details.

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 Post subject: Re: Directory Listing Referral System?!
 Post Posted: Sun 24 Jun 2012 09:11 
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Joined: Fri 23 Jan 2009 11:46
Posts: 94
Location: Austin TX
FRN Agency ID #: 1611
Experience: 7 - 10 years

The referral is a good idea but honestly it is more work for you than for us. I am on board with it.

In addition to clean up rif raf another Idea would be to have someone in each state that requires licensing who is a member of FRN be the liaison if you will to VET some of these listings. Other states with out licensing could have someone who verifies the applicant is legitimate. Like TLO or IRB do.

I would be happy to do this in Texas I have all the tools required and I know all the right people and credentials required.

BTW I think $50 for regular posting and $100 for premium would be reasonable. FRN has value over and above these small fees. I know I have found resources in NC and NY who saved us 10 times that amount in travel expenses by networking with them for captures. Not to mention the work that has come our way in the same manner FRN is working as designed I would say but there are just a few glitches with reliability of the listings as a whole.


Charlie Deckert
Texas Bounty Hunters - BFA/Owner

Sentry Security & Investigations L.P. - Vice President
Curently Licensed in Texas as;
Private Investigator TXLC A16879
Level III Commissioned Security Officer TXLC C11454
Level IV Personal Protection Officer TXLC C11454
Texas Issued Concealed Handgun License


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