Looking for JV Partner On My Next WSO

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Hey Warriors,

I have just created a new membership/mastermind site and am currently adding the first batch of content.

I am going to release this as my next WSO and am looking for a JV partner on this particular launch.

The site now consists of:

450 Members (paid)

My 2 successful WSO's

Free Software

Free Training

PLR Material

Private Skype Group

Private Forum

And so on.....

It will be updated on a regular basis with more software more training further WSO's and any recommendations from members, I plan on it being a place in which will grow and really providing for the members.

I am open to further suggestions on moving forward with the site such as an upgrade in membership for 1-1 training and more extras for example.

If your interested then be great to hear from you I can get you access to the site immediately so you can take a look at what's on offer, I am looking to partner with someone who has experience and would like to be involved in the creation and development of this great product.


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