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At Lead Chemistry we believe that no one should pay for nonsense leads or disconnected numbers. That's why we have instituted an industry rarity replacement guarantee that will swap any and every bad lead no questions asked.

In addition, you get  our wholesale pricing and multiple pipelines to create, publish, and produce the finest leads with the highest conversion where there is no question.

All of the leads we produce at Lead Chemistry are American-based and we only utilize domestic call centers to qualify each lead product. We strive 24/7 to provide the best quality leads in order to improve your closing ratio and increase your bottom line. That's Lead Chemistry's pledge to you.

Start purchasing targeted business owners and expand your sales portfolio today. We focus on the success of our clients and offer a free lead exchange for any disconnected numbers.
Choose your business to business leads by state or income level. Business lead delivery only takes 24 hours to go live.

At Lead Chemistry, we have a database of over 30,000,000 businesses including millions that launched up to only 6 months ago.
These lists include business name, address, owner's name, and email address, etc. These records can be purchased with wholesale bulk pricing. Please contact us for further questions or pricing.

At Lead Chemistry, our Business to Business records are complete with contact name and email and are constantly being updated with new businesses opening monthly. These records can be purchase from a thirty day aged to a year old.

Looking forward to speaking with you to help grow your client base.


Mike Hanson

Lead Chemistry Inc.

Executive Sales Director

Direct: 480-719-8117

Main: 888-315-5415

Fax: 888-743-3204

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