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2012-09-29 12:12:41
Actually Jack, I would stay away from Casepost.com. All of the horrible sales tcatics talked about here about LegalMatch are creations of their former VP of Sales. That guy was fired for these tcatics back in January and LegalMatch has been softening their pitches, begun paying bases to sales people and actively cleaning up their image ever since. What you read here are residual comments from people who were around back then. Most of those people have now been let go or have left. Casepost.com on the other hand has adopted those same ‘hard sell’ tcatics that have gotten LegalMatch in trouble. Like LegalMatch a few years ago, they have to ‘sell hard’ because their product just doesn’t deliver since they haven’t been marketing it much. They also will continue to bring on lawyers in an area even if they don’t have cases in order to pay their startup costs. LegalMatch has been able to drop those tcatics because it no longer needs them.From what I know, Casepost.com hires at least 50 people a month and only has 50 people on their sales team (all independent contractors without a base). You can do the math on their turn over rates. And, unlike LegalMatch now, they don’t pay bases and pay smaller commissions. Give Casepost a few months and their blog comments will be at least as bad as LegalMatch’s. I just hope you don’t get screwed by them before then.And, in case you are wondering, yes I worked for LegalMatch up until recently.

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