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Bottom line- making $$$$

Let's talk about what every one is thinking about- How can I make money off of this?
Step 1- See the previous blog post HERE

Become a Broker
Becoming a broker is easy. See below:

 The formula is simple:

The more clients a broker has, the more money they make. If you do this full time, you can be swimming in money. 

We do the work. We send it to you and you forward it to them. The most important part of that sentence is WE DO THE WORK. If all you are doing is fielding questions, advertising and forwarding the client updates, that means you have time to sit back and watch your bank account balance increase!

This means that if you purchase 3 sweeps @ $1500, and you charge your clients $1200 per sweep, you make $2400. 

Besides the benefit of not actually doing any of the actual work on the file, you also get a discount. If you purchase only 1 sweep, you pay $600, (my fee plus postage). If you purchase at leas 3, you receive a major discount. Let us use 3 sweeps as an example: 3 sweeps @ $1500. That means that you receive $100 discount per sweep. Sweet, right? 

You do NOT have to use any of the credits when you purchase. Purchasing in bulk is only to receive the discount. You may use the credits at any time. We keep track of how many each and every broker has. All you do is submit the information required to us. It is that simple!

Use THIS link to submit the client info
Use THIS link to pay

Helpful tools for brokers:
Hopefully this list does not repeat anything from the one posted last year (see step 1). If it does, my apologies. 

Canva- amazing, simple graphic design
Dropcanvas - file sharing
Google Chrome File Converter - convert any file

Merchant accounts:

Other suggestions:
Create the following:
forms for clients to fill out 
recorded conference calls
sweep deletions for clients to view proof of services

Phone 845.481.0780


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