I have been approached many times over the years but I never got excited about any super brazilian fruit juice, date me or other wonder foods and creams – even if they were amazing . . . just not for me. To make any money or to at least BREAK EVEN, you had to push at least some of the product to pay for your own monthly usage. With STE you can break even on your own. Brilliant and non-offensive. The STE cash back works everytime AND you do happen to own a potentially lucrative business. A Business that appeals to almost anyone under the sun that has a PC and needs to buy “stuff” to wear and eat anyway.
If you bought the Honda within 6 months and you are a car dealer in the State of Pa, you need a dealer’s license to sell the car online
Davis11, no doubt that if you worked STE full-time you would make some very good money . . . but you’re busy with your regular jobs and that’s fine. However YOU ARE ON THE RIGHT PATH! All you need to do is become a satisfied customer and keep creating savings and success stories (AS YOU ALREADY SHARED) , then simply share the story/concept with friends and colleagues at your leisure. Just like you would about a great sale at Macys or a great restaurant.
So that’s kind fo neat in and of itself
As you know . . . if you happen to stumble upon a few go-getters looking for a biz opp, you can find lightning in a bottle and perhaps make a few extra thousand a month and so on. If you found a few people like me . . . you can retire.
I was reading your website and you questioned, “Do I need a dealership to put a Honda on the internet?” The answer is no, as long as you have owned the car for over 6 month’s and have titled it in your name.
And if you are a dealer and you list the car on ebay motors, some attorneys contend that we will need an auctioneers license.
In the state of Pa, anyone buying a vehicle and selling it within that 6 month period is considered a dealer as long as there is a profit made on the car. People used to be able to sell 5 cars in PA without getting a dealer’s license.
If you search the internet there thousands of “car hustlers” laundering money and selling cars that have anything from undisclosed salvage history problems to mileage rollback issues as well as undisclosed mechanical problems ranging from defective transmissions to engines loaded with honey to mask blown engine issues.
So, to those buying cars on the internet from someone without a dealer’s license be prepared for the joyride of your life into car hustler heaven and remember that if the deal seems too good to be true….guess what, dude, it’s not true…
On the Honda thing, I think you must have misunderstood an analogy regarding Google Adsense and Affiliate ads. Please revisit for context. The site has nothing to do with car sales.
On this end of month site crash thing, isn’t this the site that took like “10 years to develop”? I’m just continuously surprised by the “minor league” approach STE takes to their online portal given that it’s purportedly an Internet web business enabler.
I don’t doubt the “affiliate referral” portion of the business.. I think they need a great deal more items on the earth store before you force a $100 monthly required policy. 10k items on the earth site is a good start.. They need to increase that to 50k and work on their shipping issues.. $11 for ground shipping needs to be improved.. They are on the right track though..