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a la mode Offers Free XSellerate Trial to LOs Hurt by Fed's LO Compensation Rules

Apr 14, 2011

a la mode inc. has announced that it is offering a free 100-day license to their mortgage marketing program, XSellerate, in an effort to help loan originators hurt by the recent enactment of the Federal Reserve Board's loan originator (LO) compensation rules. Along with 100 days of XSellerate at no charge, a la mode is including toll-free 24/7 support and online training seminars. This 100 day license of XSellerate is now available for download at www.alamode.com/MortgageXSellerate. “Mortgage originators have supported us for years, making our Mortgage XSites, SureDocs and XSellerate the leading applications in the industry,” said Sean Shiplet, chief operations officer for a la mode inc. “We know many of the tech vendors won’t be able to weather these changes, and many originators will need to replace programs that will be discontinued as a result. We’ve also heard from many originators over the past week that sincerely need assistance during this transition, so we’re taking the opportunity to give back by offering this free 100-day license.”
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