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    Posted January 18, 2014 by

    Here is a simple way to use Ebay and Amazon to help struggling adults put extra daily dollars into their accounts while spending a small amount of money

    There is a new program on the internet that was designed from the beginning to give the average person the ability to make extra money using the marketing power of the two great giants Ebay and Amazon. The program has been around only since October, 2013. It is growing very fast mostly because of continuous success testimonials from its very active Facebook Group. The group already has 3000 supportive members and staff to answer any questions or concerns you may have.
    The basic concept works like this:
    • You open selling accounts on Ebay and Amazon
    • You open a PayPal account
    • You find an interesting product on Amazon
    • You copy and paste the product to Ebay as a new listing at a higher price
    • Your buyer sees it and sends the money to your PayPal account
    • You then order the product from Amazon and copy and paste the buyer info to the Amazon order…Amazon then sends the order direct to the buyer. All products in the beginning are free shipping
    • You don’t ever have to take possession of or ship a product
    • You collect the difference as the middleman/woman
    Once these basic skills are learned, (doesn’t take long) you will have the opportunity to move into and learn to grow bigger if that is what you wish. Many people seem to be perfectly happy with the income they get at the basic level which will pay a lot of the monthly bills. For more information..

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