Email high networth/ high income
Accredited Investors in your area
Accredited investor email list and leads
We provide very high deliverable investor email lists that are also guaranteed. This targeted opt-in email list is going to give you results in your email campaign. We do not carry hundreds of millions of email names, so you are not spamming your message all over the internet. What we have is a more focused lead that works.
Since 1987 we have been providing the financial industry (ie. stock brokers, financial advisors, private placement brokers, oil & gas and commodity brokers) fresh pre-qualifed accredited investor leads at the absolute most competitive pricing. No one beats our knowledge of the industry, our service or our price. We guarantee it!
|1,500 leads at 18¢ = $270.00||3,000 leads at 11¢ = $330.00|
|5,000 leads at 9.5¢ = $475.00||10,000 leads at 7¢ = $700.00|
All of our accredited investor email lists have been pre-qualified for the following:
- $1,000,000+ net worth
- $200,000+ income
- $100,000+ investable assets
- Current active investor
- Has an investment portfolio
- Most have multiple accounts
- Major market players, capable of five and six figure investments
Examples of the various selects used to customize our sales leads are as follows:
- Credit card Holders
- Geographical Area
- Net worth
- Household income
- Families with children
- Marital Status
- Home value
- MLM buyers
- Type of investment (Stocks / Oil & Gas / Metals / + many more)
For more detailed information on the topics below for our accredited email investor lists, visit the links using top of the page navigation menu.
We receive new investor names monthly and give a 180-day exclusive on each lead. We guarantee 100% that the sales leads are clean and “unhammered”.
100% satisfaction guarantee
Our leads are continuously cleaned and updated monthly in order to provide our clients with the cleanest, most accurate information possible on each investor. All of our investor leads are guaranteed to be 100% accurate. We will replace any record that is in error. 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
As a small company with low overhead, we are able to provide you with highly-qualified investors at very competitive prices. If you find a lower price, please let us know. We will beat any advertised price, just ask!
We can E-mail your leads to you immediately, receive your leads within 1 hour, no shipping charges (for special orders delivery time may vary).
For any printed material (3×4 Cards, Paper, Mailing Labels) overnight delivery available upon request: UPS, FedEx, DHL, USPS
We accept the following payment methods: Visa, Master Card, AMEX, Discover, Company Check, Money Order, Cashiers Check, Wire Transfer, WesternUnion, Paypal.
To send money to us via Pay Pal please send your payments to: Info @ Investor Leads.com (without the spaces)
All our accredited investor leads are FTC-compliant and they have been scrubbed against the national FTC do-not-call list. (Please ask about FTC DNC requirements.
Important! Please let us know that you need a FTC DNC scrubbed list when placing your order.
You may need a SAN – Subscription Authorization Number). For more information regarding Federal Trade Commission Do not call list please visit links below.
Some additional information on Accredited Investor Email List:
- Building an Investor Email List
- Accredited Investor Leads Calling Techniques
What is an email list?
An electronic mailing list or email list is a special use of email that allows for widespread distribution of information to many Internet users. It is similar to a traditional mailing list – a list of names and addresses – as might be kept by an organization for sending publications to its members or customers, but typically refers to four things:
- a list of email addresses,
- the people (“subscribers”) receiving mail at those addresses, thus defining a community gathered around a topic of interest.
- the publications (email messages) sent to those addresses, and
- a reflector, which is a single email address that, when designated as the recipient of a message, will send a copy of that message to all of the subscribers.
Electronic mailing lists usually are fully or partially automated through the use of special mailing list software and a reflector address set up on a server capable of receiving email. Incoming messages sent to the reflector address are processed by the software, and, depending on their content, are acted upon internally (in the case of messages containing commands directed at the software itself) or are distributed to all email addresses subscribed to the mailing list.
A web-based interface is often available to allow people to subscribe, unsubscribe, and change their preferences. However, mailing list servers existed long before the World Wide Web, so most also accept commands over email to a special email address. This allows subscribers (or those who want to be subscribers) to perform such tasks as subscribing and unsubscribing, temporarily halting the sending of messages to them, or changing available preferences – all via email. The common format for sending these commands is to send an email that contains simply the command followed by the name of the electronic mailing list the command pertains to. Examples: subscribe anylist or subscribe anylist John Doe.
Electronic mailing list servers may be set to forward messages to subscribers of a particular mailing list either individually as they are received by the list server, or in digest form in which all messages received on a particular day by the list server are combined into one email that is sent once per day to subscribers. Some mailing lists allow individual subscribers to decide how they prefer to receive messages from the list server (individual or digest).
Mailing lists have first been scholarly mailing lists. The genealogy of mailing lists as a communication tool between scientists can be traced back to the times of the fledgling Arpanet. The aim of the computer scientists involved in this project was to develop protocols for the communication between computers. In so doing, they have also built the first tools of human computer-mediated communication. Broadly speaking, the scholarly mailing lists can even be seen as the modern version of the salons of the Enlightenment ages, designed by scholars for scholars.
The “threaded conversation” structure (where the header of a first post defines the topic of a series of answers thus constituting a thread) is a typical and ubiquitous structure of discourse within lists and fora of the Internet. It is pivotal to the structure and topicality of debates within mailing lists as an arena, or public sphere in Habermas wording. The flame wars (as the liveliest episodes) give valuable and unique information to historians to comprehend what is at stake in the communities gathered around lists.
Anthropologists, sociologists and historians have used mailing lists as fieldwork. Topics include TV series fandom, online culture, or scientific practices among many other academic studies. From the historian’s point of view, the issue of the preservation of mailing lists heritage (and Internet fora heritage in general) is essential. Not only the text of the corpus of messages has yet to be perennially archived, but also their related metadata, timestamps, headers that define topics, etc. Mailing lists archives are a unique opportunity for historians to explore interactions, debates, even tensions that reveal a lot about communities.