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Old 07-20-2019, 01:08 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Old 07-20-2019, 03:10 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Xist, how much exterior/ carport type floor space do you have available and how much labor do you want to exert ?

I used to do this by flying to Florida, living at my son's house for 2 weeks, and could pay the flight ticket and make decent money, even though I had to pay shipping for product to get it, because of limited supply in my/his area. I would pay your purchase price for an occasional unit + S&H. You are in a very good market area to buy rework and resell product.

This is no scam and I can provide copies of emails from satisfied customers.

PM me if interested. Harold
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I wouldn't buy the guy's book. The only thing he doesn't tell you in his video is how to contact the appropriate office complex companies. It seems very legitimate to me otherwise; after hours, not brain surgery, in demand. I would caution that it might be seasonal depending on location.

I worked for a startup outfit a few years back. They rented space in an office complex. I worked a 3-11pm shift. The cleaning crew was a young guy and his sister, doing it after their day jobs. The office outfit owned the vacuums, floor machines and so on, they just needed someone to operate them. And go around emptying trash cans and so on. Again not brain surgery.

I'd think the key values would be perseverance and dependability. And a bit of math.
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Xist, how much exterior/ carport type floor space do you have available and how much labor do you want to exert ?

I used to do this by flying to Florida, living at my son's house for 2 weeks, and could pay the flight ticket and make decent money, even though I had to pay shipping for product to get it, because of limited supply in my/his area. I would pay your purchase price for an occasional unit + S&H. You are in a very good market area to buy rework and resell product.

This is no scam and I can provide copies of emails from satisfied customers.

PM me if interested. Harold
Are we still talking about picking up litter from parking lots?

I just accepted my second job and arguably have not gotten a handle on the first one.

Litter removal seemed like a good opportunity until I did the math.

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