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How to make $5,000-$15,000 a month with 1 hour of "work" per week

Does $5,000-$15,000 per month sound like good income? 
That's what my brokers are making!

If you're reading this, you're probably in the wrong profession.
So how can I help you? Let's talk about brokering. 

One of mine told me how he feels regarding the word "broker". If you do not want to use that word, we can substitute with "consultant" or "affiliate"; any that you choose. They are the same.

This is how it works:

  • I do the work; you get paid
  • They are your clients; you are my client - I have no contact with them and they do not even have my website or name
  • If you know how to put up an ad or have a conversation, you are able to be a broker!
  • (4 out of 5 people you know either have bad credit or need at least 1 correction on their file)
  • You fill out our form with their info, submit payment if you have not done so previously and we process the file
  • We send you the updates, you forward us their correspondence from the bureaus
  • If they have questions you let us know and we will answer them!

  • You decide how much you charge
  • Brokers receive discounts when purchasing at least 3 at a time (they can be saved as credits to obtain the discount)
  • Sign up for the affiliate program to earn points for purchasing - use those points to reward yourself on us! (See the the Broker's page for details)
  • Put in less than 1 hour of "work" per week! 

How to find more information and get started:

Head over to the Broker's Page of the website, as well as check out the videos on the Videos Page. You will find all the information that you need to know! There are videos and blog posts on advertising, marketing, how-to's and more!

I am always here to answer questions and assist in anything that you need. 

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