If you’d like to end your money problems entirely, work for yourself and be independent and run a socially responsible business protecting the environment, then this might be the most important letter you’ll ever read.
There is a lot of confusion surrounding our field. I want to give you 6 criteria or elements you absolutely, positively should evaluate in any solution you obtain:
1: Is the business easy to enter?
‘Junk’, scrap, unwanted digital phones are EVERYWHERE – and NOBODY knows how to get rid of them other throwing them away – or giving them away. You couldn’t ask for an easier business to enter.
2: Do you need any special knowledge, tools, equipment, or facilities?
Not at all! The ONLY thing you need (other than what I’ll teach you) is the desire and willingness to succeed.
3: Are you limited by geography?
This business can be operated very profitably almost anywhere in the world. Cell phones are an international phenomena – even in less developed countries, where it can take months to get a home phone installed which is much less reliable and more expensive than a cell phone.
The demand for digital phones is no longer limited to the “developed” countries – it is EVERYWHERE!
4: Is there a good profit margin?
How do margins of 100% to 1,000% (or more) sound to you? It’s almost impossible to lose in this business!
5: Is there a substantial and steady supply of your ‘product’?
It is estimated that there are over 250,000,000 phones available in North America alone – with another 5-10 Million being replaced each MONTH!
Yet, less than 1% of these phones have been recycled or will be in the near future. You couldn’t ask for a better ‘supply’ situation.
Remember, EACH of these phones – whether they work or not – are worth AT LEAST $ 1.00! And more and more of them are becoming more valuable with each new ‘generation’ of phones which come out. This is the FIRST Recycling Business Opportunity where the market generates MORE scrap each year, but the supply is consistently becoming MORE VALUABLE!
6: Is the business you’re entering reputable, socially rewarding, and personally relevant – will it provide you “work satisfaction” as well as a great income?
What could be better than making HUGE profits while helping keep our environment clean and healthy?