Hello. I did my first pc mailing on the 16th and received 3 calls on yesterday. In phoning one of the callers back, he me mentioned that he received postcards for years about the property, but that he didn't know who owned it.
So basically, he asked my help in finding out who owned it because he's getting these postcards and mentioned that his mother used to live in west Philadelphia and that she may have left it to him.
Nevertheless, I looked it up after ending the call and well, he is most definitely not the owner. Another very different name is listed as the owner.
What's your thoughts on this? He wants me to call him back with the owners name, but my instinct is telling me that that may not be a good idea.
Why not? You think the actual owner may want to sell? Apparently, this is just an error in whatever list you're using/bought.
Wayne, I'm thinking the same; that it's an error from the list. I surely hope it's not going to be reoccurring.
I guess I was hesitant of giving him the owner's names, but I'll call him with what I found. Maybe he'll know the owners. We'll see.
maybe try contacting the rightful owners to see if they'd like to sell first?
I will do just that Greg. Thank you.
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