FOR OVER WORKED CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS AND THOSE WORKING 80 HOURS OF OVERTIME …
How To Make Your Money For Nothing By Working The Free Section Of Craigslist
From the Office of Samuel Olekanma
After 15 years of service as a veteran, and (like many Americans right now) was having a hard time finding a means to food in the table. So, I decided to show correctional officers in Jessup Maryland how to “hustle” on Craigslist. I have been doing these for a while now so I know this very well trust me on this. This is done on the FREE SECTION of criagslist. We brought up the free section and found something in our area right away. And in Part One of this training I will reveal how i did the whole thing. I will show you how i netted $1600 in my first hustle. I call it hurtle because it is a part time to me.
Not every deal is going to be that easy, and not every free item is going to be worth your time. But there are great deals to be made from the free section of Craigslist, and in this training by Samuel olekanma, you’ll hear how to spot the ones that are worth it, how to secure them so that the owner takes down their ad and only deals with you, and how to flip everything fast. You’ll also hear…
You’ll Also Hear . . .
- The one absolutely-necessary thing you’ll need to add to your eBay auctions if you’re selling parts from something that wasn’t working• The easy (almost “cheat sheet”) way I added descriptions to my auctions without actually needing to be an expert on anything• A little story about another recent spa deal I made – only this time I earned almost $100 for an easy 20 minutes of my time (Make a deal like this four times a month and you’ll make serious side money for less than an hour and a half of your time!)• The secret to finding potential spa deals in your area (Hint: It could be as simple as downloading Google Earth)• The one incentive that will get your friends to be your personal “bird-dog” deal spotters – and what to tell them to keep their eyes open for• All the details about my most recent Craigslist deals including one where I sold used bike as part of a “flying machine,” a recent deal that illustrates why you should be careful when you invite strangers to your home, a quick update on the storage shed I bought a while back, and more
When it comes to value, you should always try to think outside the box – and the same holds true when it comes to listing an item on eBay or Craigslist.
You’ll Also Hear . . .
Never try to guess at what someone else will think is valuable. Your job is to take pictures and get it up there. Let the market decide its worth. And in this one on one personal training by Samuel Olekanma, you’ll hear more insight and shortcuts on how to make those kinds of deals. I hope you enjoyed this recording.
As in all my training I guarantee all my training or your money back no question asked. You can email me to get more details here [email protected]