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Published on November 17th, 2008 | by Tom Wake

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Review: eBay Trading Assistant

By Charlie Wright

This is one of those biz opps I’m always urging my mates to try… well, those of my mates who haven’t got a full time and are always telling me how skint they are. Most of them are so used to me banging on about biz opps, so they just smile and nod and never try it.

Shame, because this one DEFI NITELY makes money. And it’s dead easy to do. All you need is a computer and an internet connection.

Avril Harper is the editor of eBay Confidential and many, many reports. But ‘Make £500 a Week Selling Other People’s Products on eBay’ has got to be her best.

It does what it says on the tin. Send her your £39.99 and she’ll send you a full, detailed blueprint that shows you how to make money on eBay without ever having a product of your own to sell. She claims that an hour’s easy work each day could make you at least £500 each week.

This is a perfectly reasonable claim… even a little conservative – which is rare in a biz opp promotion.

The idea is that you sell items belonging to other people on eBay in return for 20%… 40%… or more, of the proceeds. You never need to handle the product, or have any expertise.

In the blueprint, Avril shows you how to get customers and clients, promote your product, move up the sales ranking… everything. This includes the basics, like how to set up an eBay account, so don’t worry if you’ve never used eBay before.

What I like best about this, is that you get a bunch of extras that really make the price a snip. On a free CD ROM, you get letterhead and business card templates… auction listings templates… sample letter to potential vendors… advertising flyer templates… sample classified

advertisements…advertisements for ‘Pay Per Click’ promotions… press release templates…

These extras make this well worth the price. And as it’s published by Nick Laight at Canonbury Press, you can trust his 30-day money-back guarantee.

UPDATE – This product is no longer available.



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My name's Tom Wake and I'm the editor of Insider's Edge. I bring you tips, tricks and shortcuts to help you save money, make money and save time.



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