Energize Your Bankruptcy Practice With Qualified Bankruptcy Leads Delivered in Real-Time

In today’s economic climate, many Americans struggle to make ends meet. According to US bankruptcy courtbankruptcy case leads statistics, nearly 800,000 individuals filed for bankruptcy in 2017. While the number of people filing for bankruptcy in the US has actually dropped, insolvency remains a pervasive problem. Financial hardship can strike at anytime due to a job loss, illness, divorce, or simple mismanagement of money. At Win LLC,we aim to narrow the gap between prospects seeking debt relief services and bankruptcy attorneys seeking new clients. We understand that law firms do not always have the time, funds, or resources to proactively and consistently recruit top quality leads. That’s why we’ve devised a lead generation program that does all the leg work on your behalf and allows for the highest possible conversion rates. Our pay-per-lead business model means you pay a fee for each bankruptcy lead. You are in charge of how much you want to invest. There are no contracts and you can receive a prorated refund at any point in time should you no longer need leads. All bankruptcy leads are 100% exclusive – we never sell your lead to another attorney.

How Do We Generate Bankruptcy Leads?

We generate bankruptcy leads through a variety of digital marketing methods including Search Engine Optimization, Pay-Per-Click Advertising and Search Engine Marketing. The process begins when a prospect uses an internet search engine  “debt and bankruptcy” or “bankruptcy attorney.”  They will click on on of our pay-per-click ads and be taken to our main bankruptcy website. Once on our landing page, visitors may fill out a web form with some basic information along with his or her estimated level of debt or can ask a question via live chat or over the phone.

Filtering Bankruptcy Leads

Before we send you a lead, we collect answers to targeted questions and filter accordingly.
  • Where are you geographically located?
  • Why are you considering bankruptcy?
    • reduced income/job loss
    • credit debt
    • medical expenses
    • divorce
    • budget mismanagement
  • What is your total debt?
    • Less than $5K
    • $5k-10K
    • $10k-20K
    • $20-50K
    • Over $50K
  • Do you own real estate?
  • Type of bankruptcy chapter filing
    • Chapter 7
    • Chapter 13
    • Chapter 11
    • Chapter 12