Has anyone heard of Brokers Revolution?

Submitted by thomas.jeremy1553 on Fri, 03/25/2011 - 20:28

I'm thinking of buying leads from these guys and contracting with them to sell final expense. I don't want to waste my money, coming off a bad experience. Can anyone provide me with positive or negative information about this group. They claim they can generate a $5 telemarketed lead.

Posted: 04 Apr 2011 05:54 Post Subject: Answer

I used to work there as a telemarketer.. I know 1st hand that the script we are given to read when we make cold calls are false.. No matter what state we are calling we read from the script and tell the person on the other end we have good news for them and proceed on reading the script as it says, "Your state has just approved a new life and burial insurance plan"...Which is a total lie.. Of course all of us as telemarketers with a conscious don't feel that this right to lead the customer or possible customer on just to get the lead, but we go in, do our jobs and if we get enough leads per week we do get paid well.. I just wonder if its well enough to be telling lie after lie to all of these elderly folks who are probably on a fixed income in the first place.. So, before you buy leads check it out thoroughly .. Of course Matt or Ryan will tell you everything you want to hear and how great it is. So, its up to you.. Just read between the lines!!!!

Posted: 08 Apr 2011 02:46 Post Subject:

I appreciate the info. There are just so many avenues out there when it comes to buying leads. If what you are saying is true then I need to find another path. I was looking at the website and wondering how such a good lead could be so inexpensive. Thanks for the heads up.

Posted: 05 Jan 2012 08:31 Post Subject: brokers revolution

Brokers Revolution is a drowning company. This company's dishonesty has finally caught up with them. They will be closing the doors and going under in the next 6 months...

Posted: 12 Jan 2012 07:04 Post Subject: Brokers Revolution

I worked for this company for a very long time. Matt McCray is a scamming con artist. First off the script is a scam. We weren't trying to sell a new low costing life insurance. That's a lie. It just the old expensive insurance anyone can buy. He charges any where for 25-50 bucks a lead and pay these telemarketers $5. And the agents who order these leads wonder why they are shitty leads. These telemarketers need to pay their bills just the same as everyone.$5 a lead ain't much. Most people end up working at least 20 hrs a wk for Matt McCray. We were always told to take the lead whatever it took. As long as the part we recorded was good we would send it. Even if we the telemarketer thought it was bad. This business is very unprofessional. That's all it comes down to. They will hire anyone. The office is full of sex offenders and drug addicts. Including the management. Slowly but surely the company is going down. Matt McCray is a fraud.

Posted: 12 Jan 2012 09:04 Post Subject: BROKERS REVOLUTION

I disagree i feel that this is a pissed off telemarketer ive been ordering leads for 1 year with this company and had nothing but success. Im closing 50% of my leads. So i guess is this is just a mad telemarketer.Thanks Tony

Posted: 12 Jan 2012 09:09 Post Subject: Leads

I Agree Tony is my partner. I reside in Fayette Co Ohio Ive only received 85 of my 100 leads and im closing 40%. So like Tony said this is sad that people will post stuff like this and deface a company that has at least done my organization good sales. Please take this for what it is. A MAD ASSOCIATE! Thanks the henderson Co

Posted: 12 Jan 2012 11:36 Post Subject:

Let's see. We have an ex-employee saying bad things followed by a current employee (owner?) pretending to be a customer. Pretty funny.

Posted: 21 Jan 2012 12:40 Post Subject:

Hello, as always, we are growing our EDU leads business. We would love to speak with you about what we are doing and doing business. If you are looking for Live/Exclusive or aged, we should talk. Let me know what you are specifically looking for and we can immediately start a dialogue or run a test with data.


Posted: 30 Jan 2012 11:05 Post Subject: broker rev

This is for the telemarketers; Were you paid by the lead or by the hour? How many final expense leads per hour did you generate or how lng to produce a lead?

Posted: 27 Feb 2012 10:44 Post Subject:

We are paid by lead never by hour. 90% of this companys employees range between 12-20 leads a wk. They are required to work 42 hrs a wk at $5 a lead. The telemarketers are put in a postition where honestly they have to hustle these people into a lead just to make a little money. I do feel that these agents ordering these leads should also know that Matt McCray and his company are currently under investigation by the U.S. Labor Board and the I.R.S. This company is in a lot trouble. Just really think about everything before making a final decsion.

Posted: 27 Feb 2012 10:54 Post Subject: Brokers revolution

Brokers revolution is fraud. Matt Mc cray's company Brokers revolution on Fossway , Troy Ohio is under an investigation with the Federal Labor Department. Also the I.R.S and State. The workers there gets paid $5 per lead. So if you sit there for 8 hrs and get 1 lead you made $5 for you days work. I praise the whistle blower on this money hungey greedy person.

Posted: 26 Jul 2012 02:19 Post Subject: Big Trouble

I worked for Brokers Revolution two years ago, and all I can say is I am surprised there still in business. The leads I recieved were crap, and now after almost two years I have some Insurance Company contacted me telling me I owe them money. What ! are you kidding me I hope this Insurance Company does ding my credit because if they do I will slap a Law suit on Brokers Revolution and Matt Mccray and they will be the ones paying big time. The only way this can be is if they were submitting insurance business under my name after I left the company and if I find out that is the case wow someone is in big trouble. I will get to the bottom of this.

Posted: 31 Jul 2012 08:35 Post Subject:

Is Broker's revolution still in business? I heard Matt is in a lot of legal trouble with the Labor Board and the IRS.

Posted: 18 Oct 2012 04:42 Post Subject: He still There

Still a liar and a theif , thats how he put the new inground pool behind his house , he tells his mostly felon telemarketers the can get paid in cash and get food stamps also.....Right Freddie

Posted: 23 Oct 2012 12:38 Post Subject:

Brokers Revolution's LinkedIn profile page says they have more than 1,000 employees and were founded in 2009.

They're not that old which means they aren't very stable no matter what their balance sheet says.

Posted: 23 Oct 2012 12:24 Post Subject:

I doubt that an FMO like this even has "1,000 employees" -- maybe a couple of dozen employees and a bunch of independent contractors.

Besides, their focus is Final Expense and Medicare Supplement. Limited income opportunities in both of those product lines.

Posted: 02 Nov 2012 05:08 Post Subject: agency in Fayette county

there is no such agency or agents in fayette county
they are not registered with the department of insurance or the secretary of state............nice try Matt ......Hope you enjoy the pool!!!!!!

Posted: 25 Nov 2012 12:12 Post Subject: amount of employees

The truth is he has less than a dozen , mostlly felons , just like he will soon be . The FBI is investigating his 1000 employee claim, as well as the ohio Dept. of Taxation

Posted: 05 Feb 2013 05:25 Post Subject:

I used to order leads from matt as well back in 2010. What's the update on his company?? The worst thing he ever did was fire his manager Ashley that girl made that company honest. I'm in shock he is in trouble with the IRS

Posted: 05 Feb 2013 05:38 Post Subject:

Is his company still in business? I've gotten leads from Matt before back in 2010 but I stopped ordering when he fired his manager Ashley. She kept him honest

Posted: 11 Feb 2013 02:32 Post Subject: brokers revolution

I once purchased leads from BR 2 years ago. I can honestly state " I had nothing but trouble from day one" even though i made a little money. Matt or Brian would not agree to submit an increase in commission. When the news came leads were going to $25, I knew it was time to exit.
i, like others am very surprised they are still in business.

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