Tenancy Deposit Claim Web Leads

Tenancy Deposit Leads through Bespoke Leads. Are you looking to speak with potential claimants in relation to TDC? Discover more how Bespoke Leads can help you unlock more cases for your firm to represent.  

Tenancy Deposit Claim Web Leads

What TDC Web Leads can we supply?

Bespoke leads uses a multi-channel approach to create interest by advertising on social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram and Tik-Tok. To turn this traffic into Tenancy Deposit Claim Web Leads.

The visitor is sent to a landing page where we qualify them then deliver to you in real time. We have experience in generating Tenancy Deposit Leads, Web leads and having ready-made audiences we can deliver volume and quality of claims.

How do you pre-qualify Tenancy Deposit Leads?

The Tenancy Deposit Claim leads landing page requires certain information to be completed for a lead to be completed and forwarded. Important information is collected such as:

  • Whether they have a copy of the tenancy agreement
  • Have they paid a tenancy deposit within the last six years
  • Was the deposit placed in a government deposit scheme

If the lead does not meet the criteria, it is not a Tenancy Deposit Claim lead and won’t be delivered ensuring your team only deals with applicants they can provide a service to.

How do you deliver the TDC leads, how quickly can we start?

The first order of Tenancy Deposit Leads are typically delivered real-time via a Google sheet, upon completion and moving forward to regular orders this can be delivered straight into your CRM via API. We require 2-3 working days from receipt of marketing spend to start a campaign.


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Further information about Tenancy Deposit Claims

Landlords Have a Legal Obligation

Residential landlords have a legal obligation to place tenant deposits into a deposit protection scheme. Many landlords collect a deposit from tenants to hold throughout the tenancy. This deposit is returned to the tenant at the end of the tenancy, minus any deductions for damages beyond normal wear and tear, additional cleaning, or outstanding rent. Through marketing on various social platforms, we have the perfect
reach to fulfil Tenancy Deposit Claim Lead campaigns with leads that convert.

Under the Housing Act 2004

According to the Housing Act 2004:

– A deposit must be handled in accordance with an authorized tenancy deposit scheme from the moment it is received.

-Landlords must comply with their chosen scheme’s initial requirements within 30 days of receiving the deposit.

– Landlords must provide prescribed information to the tenant and anyone who paid the deposit on the tenant’s behalf within 30 days of receiving the deposit.

30 Day Deposit Protection

The deposit must be protected within 30 days of its receipt ‘in connection with an assured shorthold tenancy’. This means that the 30-day period may begin before the tenancy officially starts.

For example, a student might sign a tenancy agreement and pay the deposit in January, even though the tenancy begins in September. In this case, the 30 days would start from the January deposit payment, not the September tenancy commencement.

Making a Claim

If a landlord fails to lodge the deposit with one of the three tenancy protection schemes within 30 days of receiving it, they are subject to a penalty of 1-3 times the deposit amount. Many self-managing landlords overlook this law.

To assist tenants wishing to make a claim, Bespoke Leads provide Tenancy Deposit Claim Leads. We help tenants protect their rights and obtain compensation from landlords who fail to comply with their obligations, by providing you targeted qualified

They could be entitled to claim compensation if they are currently renting or have rented a property in the past six years where a deposit was paid to their landlord. A tenant or the person who paid the deposit on their behalf can claim the financial penalty during or up to six years after the tenancy. For those considering TDC leads, our Tenancy Deposit Claim leads service can assist in determining eligibility and providing the best conversions. Contact us to learn more.