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Seva Call Launches in Oklahoma City to Link Consumers to Local Pros
Date:10/24/2013

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“Seva Call is the service for consumers who like the efficiency of technology, but realize that it's no substitute for person-to-person interaction,” explained founder Gurpreet Singh.

Seva Call is also an effective tool for businesses that find traditional marketing and lead generation too costly and risky. With Seva Call, top-rated local businesses preview service request details for free by phone, text or email and are given the option to accept or reject the referral based on the details provided. This saves company time and money. Seva Call only charges a flat-rate when the business has a conversation with a consumer.

Rex Hayden of JDI Windows raved that, after signing up with Seva Call, his first referral turned into an $11,000 job. Since Seva Call does not take a percentage of any business’ revenue, Hayden only paid a low pre-negotiated rate for that highly profitable and potentially life-long professional relationship.

The Seva Call team will also launch its iPhone and Android app in the near future. It will provide the same instant responsiveness to service needs far from home and help even more busy Oklahoma City residents.

Seva Call raised $1.3 million in Series-A funding last fall and has launched in a plethora of cities across the United States including Omaha, Atlanta, Indianapolis, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Minneapolis, and Boston. Connect with Seva Call on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/10/prweb11124898.htm.


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