Unique beneficiary product to access inheritance sooner
Tower Street Finance has introduced a unique product which the probate sector, executors and beneficiaries have been crying out for.
Inheritance Advance enables beneficiaries to access a proportion of their money sooner, without having to wait for the probate process to complete, or worry about their credit history.
Others claim to be the first to market with a similar product, but can they say the following about their offering?
- There are no repayments made by the beneficiary
- There are no credit checks
- There’s no charge placed on assets or property
- The product is risk free for the beneficiary
We thought not!
It’s not a bridging loan or personal loan which is why it’s unique and unlike anything anybody else is offering in the probate sector. And there really is no risk – even if there’s a shortfall on the amount the beneficiary is ultimately entitled to, TSF take that risk.
We know the probate process can be lengthy which can be frustrating for beneficiaries that want access to their inheritance sooner. We also know the current challenges faced by the sector resulting from the Covid-19 crisis could make it longer as estates will take longer to administer.
Here’s what makes Inheritance Advance unique….#
Says Richard (Dicky) Davies, TSF’s Business Development Director: “We’ve done our homework and customer research so know this product is very appealing to those professionals working in the probate sector. Overall it’ll help them provide a better service to their customers and will only take a simple introduction of the customer to TSF. It’ll also remove those time-consuming calls from beneficiaries and executors chasing their inheritance.”
If you want to hear more about how Inheritance Advance works and can help your customers please do get in touch:
Email: [email protected]
Tel: 0343 504 7131
This article was submitted to be published by Tower Street Finance as part of their advertising agreement with Today’s Wills and Probate. The views expressed in this article are those of the submitter and not those of Today’s Wills and Probate.