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Hi there,

I have sent you a PM. Does this work for anyone regardless of his location?
What's are the basic attributes and experience and knowledge expected of any contracts broker/agent to possess in order to survive and grow.

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Hi there.

1. Do you have any OTO's in this course?

2. Do you provide all the email templates(to pitch the buyer), contract templates, and all the documentation as a part of this course?

3. Do you have any customer testimonials for this course? If not, then do you have any review copies available? I'll be happy to offer a honest well-detailed review in return.

4. Are there any geo-restrictions?

Please kindly pm me the answers to these questions.

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I'm very interested in this type of business but one line from the website sales page caught my eye. "With $250k per year, I don’t need to worry about delving into any other money making scheme online."

When I view your previous Warrior Forum threads I see you are involved in several money making schemes, so as I hope you can appreciate this contradiction is somewhat concerning.

Since the forum rules disallow income proof to be posted here would it be possible to provide it privately? As I say I am interested in operating this type of business but would like some evidence you are making what you say you are making.
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Is there any LEGIT proof of earnings through this? Anyone actually bought this and tried?
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Very interested in this. Would like to privately see proof of earnings. Detailed PM sent.
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Hello everyone, sorry for the late reply. Was busy talking to some trade buyers.

Originally Posted by Rajul kaushik View Post

Hi there,

I have sent you a PM. Does this work for anyone regardless of his location?
What's are the basic attributes and experience and knowledge expected of any contracts broker/agent to possess in order to survive and grow.

Thx.
Yes, absolutely any location can be used for this business. It truly is global. That's why I sometimes work even on holiday.

You don't need any previous experience at all. My course takes you from scratch, knowing nothing, to discussing a deal with buyers within a matter of days.
I did this myself when I first started and it didn't take long at all.

Everything you really need to know will already be covered in my course, which will then enable you to hit the ground running. That is the main purpose of this course.


Hi there.

1. Do you have any OTO's in this course?

2. Do you provide all the email templates(to pitch the buyer), contract templates, and all the documentation as a part of this course?

3. Do you have any customer testimonials for this course? If not, then do you have any review copies available? I'll be happy to offer a honest well-detailed review in return.

4. Are there any geo-restrictions?

Please kindly pm me the answers to these questions.

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Sai.
I don't have any OTO or any list building agenda in this course. I have laid out everything A-Z in this one and only complete course.

I do provide the relevant email templates and I have already uploaded all the documentation you will need to quickly get started. It's all in the members area of the website.

The latest testimonial I received from from Jason in Ohio. I already pasted that onto the sales page.

There are no geo restrictions. I talk to other contract managers all the time from places I haven't even heard of.

I'm very interested in this type of business but one line from the website sales page caught my eye. "With $250k per year, I don’t need to worry about delving into any other money making scheme online."

When I view your previous Warrior Forum threads I see you are involved in several money making schemes, so as I hope you can appreciate this contradiction is somewhat concerning.

Since the forum rules disallow income proof to be posted here would it be possible to provide it privately? As I say I am interested in operating this type of business but would like some evidence you are making what you say you are making.
The threads you saw are from previous ventures or things I am looking into for a different purpose. I have been doing this business now for about one and a half years and it's working very well.

Is there any LEGIT proof of earnings through this? Anyone actually bought this and tried?
I'm not like other marketers where they show big cheques and flashy cars and mansions. I'm a very private person and I don't like to display any type of income. If I wanted to con people, I could have doctored it easily but that's not me.
Furthermore, my income proof would not be the same for you. You may make far less or far more. It won't help you knowing my income from this.
This is why I wrote the same thing on the sales letter.

However, I can promise you that there is big big money in it. If you play the game, some of that pie can be yours (over $250k).
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very interesting,

the buy now just directs us to the PayPal payment, whats next after that?
Two series of payment, what

$197 here and $247 once granted access to your page, what don't you just disclose the full amount at once?
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Originally Posted by Mgm Jnr View Post

very interesting,

the buy now just directs us to the PayPal payment, whats next after that?
After payment, just contact me and I will set you up with your own username and password to get logged in to the members area.

The $247 is the regular price on the website. Over here, its $197 for this offer.

You can also skype me at: webkept

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Hi,

Is there any legal documentation to be fulfilled before starting this bizz. like country wise sales tax nos. or registering a business as per our state laws?
How we represent ourselves in the international trade markets, as we don't have any previous experience in trades & how can we develop trust with other parties to even consider us for the business.
How long would it take to absorb your 16 modules videos course for a new person in this field?

Is $197 a discounted & final price for this course?


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Originally Posted by cashinpro View Post

Hi,

Is there any legal documentation to be fulfilled before starting this bizz. like country wise sales tax nos. or registering a business as per our state laws?
How we represent ourselves in the international trade markets, as we don't have any previous experience in trades & how can we develop trust with other parties to even consider us for the business.
How long would it take to absorb your 16 modules videos course for a new person in this field?

Is $197 is a discounted & current price for this course?


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Thank you for the pertinent questions.

You don't need to register a business to get started with this endeavour. You can start as an individual contract manager who is self-employed.
Therefore, you would declare your own taxes just as any regular self-employed person does.

However, I do recommend that you use a business name and presence (even though you don't need it) as it simply portrays a professional image to those that ask.

You don't need to have any previous knowledge or experience in international trade to get started. This is the entire purpose of my course - to help you get up to speed with the correct and relevant information for you to get straight into it.

Trust (for contract managers) is not an issue. You won't be handling any money to require anyone to trust you. You are simply arranging the connection between buyer and supplier, and sometimes being the relay in between.
You are doing both the buyer and supplier a favour, so neither one is going to refuse you.
I think I've had one or two suppliers refuse my service out of the thousands I have contacted. I don't know what was on their mind.

The course contains 16 videos within 7 modules.
You can cover it in 2-3 days if you are on the ball.
You may need to refer back to some of the videos now and again for reference to various bits and bobs.

However, I am always on hand as I have offered my bonus extension for a whole year.

$197 is the discounted and current price for this course and only for this offer here on the Warrior Forum.

Hope this helps,

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don't have to show us checks but you should actually show us proof you did a deal.

There are a lot of theoretical businesses. Should/could work...but the reality is they don't. Or not nearly as easy as some say it is. In fact, there is no easy business.

So. Just show us some real proof.
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Originally Posted by rappormomentum View Post

don't have to show us checks but you should actually show us proof you did a deal.

There are a lot of theoretical businesses. Should/could work...but the reality is they don't. Or not nearly as easy as some say it is. In fact, there is no easy business.

So. Just show us some real proof.
The only proof of a completed deal is the money transfer.

There is no other paperwork involved other than the contract you sign with the supplier. If the supplier asks you to issue him with an invoice, then that too would be a trace, but I haven't had anyone ask me for that yet.

Once again, I'm not like other marketers where they show big cheques and flashy cars and mansions. I'm a very private person and I don't like to display any type of income. If I wanted to con people, I could have doctored it easily but that's not me.
Furthermore, my income proof would not be the same for you. You may make far less or far more. It won't help you knowing my income from this.
This is why I wrote the same thing on the sales letter.

However, I can promise you that there is big big money in it. If you play the game, some of that pie can be yours (over $250k).
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Waiting for more reviews and possible testimonials
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Waiting for more reviews and possible testimonials
A few people have bought. They may leave a review in a few days after consuming the course.
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Thanks Jet ! Really am interested because I have done something similar in the past . Wasn't able to gain any traction so I want to hear some results
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Just curious how much of this is done via phone? Or is it possible to do this all via email?

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To make $200,000+ a year how many hours are you putting in each day?
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Originally Posted by createfreedom

Just curious how much of this is done via phone? Or is it possible to do this all via email?

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You don't really have to talk to anyone on the phone, but I do use Whatsapp quite a lot. Many international buyers use this and so I text many people using it.
However, I have got whatsapp on my computer so I use that more than my phone.

Having said that, if you were to use the phone (even though you don't need to), deals would progress at a faster pace.

I use email and skype more than any other communication method. I prefer to deal in real-time so I try and get people to talk to me via skype or whatsapp.

To make $200,000+ a year how many hours are you putting in each day?
It always varies. It's very relaxing work. So even if I did put in a whole day, I wouldn't even know it.
But averagely speaking, I would say between 1/2 - 3 hours per day depending on what I have in my pipeline.

Sometimes, I have so much free time, I dabble in trading crypto-currencies for fun.

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Thanks for your response.

You mention Whatsapp and skype so phone like conversations take place. I don't love these kind of interactions. Do you provide scripts ?
Do you provide support? I've spent my share of money on wso's and would love to find something that actually works but am hesitant as most don't. I do love this business model :-)
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Originally Posted by createfreedom View Post

Thanks for your response.

You mention Whatsapp and skype so phone like conversations take place. I don't love these kind of interactions. Do you provide scripts ?
Do you provide support? I've spent my share of money on wso's and would love to find something that actually works but am hesitant as most don't. I do love this business model :-)
It's a common mistake to think that when Skype is mentioned, it means talking.
I hardly talk to buyers or suppliers. Most of it is done by text typing. It's just simpler and there is a record of the conversation.

So you don't need to talk with anyone. You can continue to communicate by texting and typing like I do. Hence, you don't need a script.

But I do have a script for the emails you send to buyers and the documentation you will need to get started quickly. I've taken care of that for you.

My support is by Skype as it's real-time. You can contact me whenever you like and we can discuss any issue in real time. You have my complete support for an entire year to ensure you really do succeed.

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Thanks, again. I have sent you a pm. Thanks.
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The only proof of a completed deal is the money transfer.

There is no other paperwork involved other than the contract you sign with the supplier. If the supplier asks you to issue him with an invoice, then that too would be a trace, but I haven't had anyone ask me for that yet.
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So, there is no written agreement with the buyer, about how much they are going to pay for the deal?
Do I need to setup a website portraying myself as a Trader?
Also, I guess there are B2B websites where users can check listings of such potential deals. But they have steep membership fees. Do you have a workaround for those?
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Originally Posted by mbhatnagar

So, there is no written agreement with the buyer, about how much they are going to pay for the deal?
Do I need to setup a website portraying myself as a Trader?
Also, I guess there are B2B websites where users can check listings of such potential deals. But they have steep membership fees. Do you have a workaround for those?
The buyer does receive the price in writing if he is serious enough to forward with the deal after you inform him of the price.

You don't need a website but it's better if you have one.

You can always check B2B websites for potential suppliers/customers.
Yes, there is a workaround for using them without paying the hefty fees until you start making some money via your deals.

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Hi Amin,

I must say - I am very intrigued by your program. Something that is outside of the IM / Amazon / Affiliate / Offline Marketing realms sounds great. But I do have a few questions. Please forgive me if they sound like I'm not trusting. It's just like many other here, I've been burned one too many times.

First, from reading your sales copy and from your reply just above my post here, it seems there a way we can access the databases for both buyers and sellers. You make mention of the fact we've have a way of bypassing an entry fee for these databases as we ramp up our business. How does this work? Will we be paying you a fee to access the databases, or perhaps a % of our deals goes to you in order for us to have access?

Once we have begun to get our businesses off the ground, then what? Will we then have access to the databases on our own? If so, what kind of monthly / annual fee are we looking at?

Second, I'm having a hard time grasping why someone would need us. If I'm in a business where I need to access 100 metric tons of IC45 Sugar, I'd have to believe that either I would know how to procure this or I would have someone in charge of procurement that would have quick access to this via my ongoing supply chain. I'd never be put in a position where I'm taking a call from some guy who just learned how to become a contract manager. If I operated that way, I'd be out of business quickly. Not because the new guy won't be able to help me out, but because I can't leave something as important as this to chance. I have my own suppliers and have for years. At least that's how I see this on the outside looking in.

Third, How is what we'd be doing here different than a commodities broker? Does the broker actually enter into contracts (Forex?), where we are just pulling people together and as such hold no positions? What's the benefit to our customer for this arrangement? If a buyer needs large volumes of a commodity, wouldn't they get a better deal from a broker / buying contracts for these commodities through the Forex market?

Perhaps I am looking at this all wrong? Are the folks you line up small time buyers who can't / aren't interested in making large purchases or commitment? Maybe they need that 100 metric tons of IC45 Sugar very 6 months? But even then, wouldn't they have regular suppliers?

I really would like to give this a go. Can you help me understand how we'd fit into this and why I'm out to lunch with my thoughts above? Also interested in an idea what the costs are that are involved in this business once we get going. Database access cost? Membership to commodities organizations, etc.?

Oh, one final question. What about a website? What are we looking at there? Using a theme you can pick up on Themeforest and develop into a nice looking site, or is this something better left to a professional web designer?

Thanks in advance for your reply in helping me better understand this business.

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Hi Amin,

I must say - I am very intrigued by your program. Something that is outside of the IM / Amazon / Affiliate / Offline Marketing realms sounds great. But I do have a few questions. Please forgive me if they sound like I'm not trusting. It's just like many other here, I've been burned one too many times.

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Hi Warren, thanks for your pertinent questions.

I can understand the trepidation when getting involved in something like this.

First the good news is that I have covered everything you have asked within the course, so you won't be left wondering how it works or what to do next.

There are many sources online where you can find buyers and suppliers. You can also use tradeboards and B2B portals.
But almost all of these charge hefty yearly membership fees.

If you do plan on using these tradeboards to conduct your business, then I do show you a way around having to pay the fees and yet benefiting from its buyers and suppliers. And later, when you make money, you can pay for a subscription so you can access the full range of data and features.

You won't be paying me any fees whatsoever after purchasing this education. I don't get anything from tradeboards in order to recommend them.

Different B2B portals and directories charge different amounts for membership. Some as high as $1800 per year. But you don't need to pay that until you are firmly off the ground.

With regards to big businesses sourcing suppliers, you are right. Normally, they would have a procurement person in charge of this and they should already have a steady supply chain.

But many times, the procurement guy will contact you or you will find the procurement guy.
Many times, a previous supplier doesn't work out or they are unable to keep up with the increased demand of the buyer, or it's a new product for the buyer.
There are a number of reasons why even big businesses will need to find a new supplier, and that's where you would step in and talk to the person in charge of procurement.

Furthermore, there are businesses which are not at the scale of manufacturing but rather a bit smaller. They generally want a few hundred or few thousand tons of a particular commodity. You'll find plenty of these, and these will end up being your bread and butter.

Indeed, many large manufacturers do use the futures market to secure and fix their future requirements, but then there are many more that prefer to do things this way around. It's more hands on and they have more control of their detailed requirements.

You (as a contract manager) wont be getting into any contract with the buyer. That is the supplier's job. Your role is to ensure that the two of them conduct a deal and see it through to completion. You may liaise between them or you can connect the two and step back.

As for a website, you can indeed pick up a theme and do it yourself on Wordpress. That's what I did when I started. I still have the same site today and it works perfectly. Really, the website is just used to portray a professional image.
Your management service will be taken seriously if anyone decides to check you out.

If I have left out any issue, please ask.

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Hi Amin,

Like others I too am intrigued in your offer. I spent this morning reading up about it and doing some research. I have read your Linkedin Profile and came accross your website. It looks like you're the real deal. Yet, like others, I would also like to see reviews of reputable members on this forum. Like Warbar, I would assume most buyers already have their suppliers in place. Looking forward to your answer to that question.

I also have concerns about the newbie factor. Meaning that when buyers/suppliers check ME out, I have nothing to show for. A website is one thing I think is an imperative part of setting up this profesionally. As well as creating social profiles correctly. Do you agree or am I overthinking this?

Also, is this a numbers game where one YES equals enough money to make the dozens of NO's we receive make it all worth it? Honestly, I hope it's not.

I do like that all scripts are provided as well as the agreements/contracts. Offering coaching for a full year is much appreciated as well. I dont think you've overpriced your course, but I would like to make sure nothing is left out and we hit roadblock after roadblock, leaving us empty handed in the end. Many have offered coaching and were nowhere to be found when people were calling them up on their offer. Since you don't have a significant seller's reputation on this forum, it's holding me back....for now.

I hope more reviews roll in the next couple of days and more questions get answered when your thread gains more traction. I have bookmarked this thread and might contact you on Skype, if that is okay with you?
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ok..that will do. Post all your actual money transfers for the month of June on here...that will settle everything No need to keep answering questions. Look forward to seeing it

he only proof of a completed deal is the money transfer.
Please..no more excuses
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All these companies have their own sourcing/marketing and supply networks
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Hi,

How long have you been doing this successfully?
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Hi Amin,

Like others I too am intrigued in your offer. I spent this morning reading up about it and doing some research. I have read your Linkedin Profile and came accross your website. It looks like you're the real deal. Yet, like others, I would also like to see reviews of reputable members on this forum. Like Warbar, I would assume most buyers already have their suppliers in place. Looking forward to your answer to that question.

I also have concerns about the newbie factor. Meaning that when buyers/suppliers check ME out, I have nothing to show for. A website is one thing I think is an imperative part of setting up this professionally. As well as creating social profiles correctly. Do you agree or am I overthinking this?

Also, is this a numbers game where one YES equals enough money to make the dozens of NO's we receive make it all worth it? Honestly, I hope it's not.

I do like that all scripts are provided as well as the agreements/contracts. Offering coaching for a full year is much appreciated as well. I dont think you've overpriced your course, but I would like to make sure nothing is left out and we hit roadblock after roadblock, leaving us empty handed in the end. Many have offered coaching and were nowhere to be found when people were calling them up on their offer. Since you don't have a significant seller's reputation on this forum, it's holding me back....for now.

I hope more reviews roll in the next couple of days and more questions get answered when your thread gains more traction. I have bookmarked this thread and might contact you on Skype, if that is okay with you?
Hi Nat, I'm glad I checked out.

you can get reviews from warriors who have bought the course but you probably wont get reviews about the effectiveness of the business because it sometimes takes a couple of weeks or more to strike a deal.
So if you're waiting for results, it may take a while.

Many buyers do have their suppliers in place, until something goes wrong or if they are just starting out with that product or their current supplier can't handle the load. I find many many requests every day from buyers everywhere and so it shows that buyers have many reasons why they are not using a given supplier.

I do think you are overthinking the newbie factor. Generally, buyers are not interested in who you are. They are only interested in what you can provide them. If you just contact them and say that you can give them a given product for x price, then they will sit up and listen and want you to proceed with setting it up.
I would say that 98% don't care about who you are. They just need to know that you are a contract manager who will connect them to the supplier. They know that you will not be collecting the money and so they don't care what you do or who you are.
A website is just for backup to provide that peace of mind to anyone that does ask.
I don't really use any social sites in the conventional sense. I have other uses for them.

Many of the deals you try to make will not pan out, and these factors are out of your control most of the time. The few that do, are good enough to provide you with a year's income or more. It's just something you need to accept before you start. You will always have multiple deals at different stages in your pipeline.

My coaching is there to help you. The people who have already bought this course since yesterday are already on my skype and I am helping them already. I've been a warrior for 12 years and if I was to run, I'm sure my name would be plastered across this board. I like to stick to my promises and claims without conning or scamming anyone. The whole idea behind selling this course is to help other people succeed too. If I didn't help when I said I would, that would defeat the purpose of creating this course.

How long have you been doing this successfully?
For one and a half years.

Hope this helps,

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Thank you, that does help. Any review would be good. The ones on your salespage are just too short to my liking. I hope you understand and I hope you will reach out to your buyers and convince them to write you an honest and compelling review. They can PM me privately as well, if they prefer.
Ever since I read every word on your website, I understand the process better so providing a link to your website could help others understand the ins and outs of this business as well. Just a suggestion.
I understand that it could take weeks/months even to get going. I have no problem with that, as long as it works.

Just to make sure I understand correctly: we get access to 2 databases. Suppliers AND a database of buyers who are LOOKING for supliers? I want to make sure we aren't randomly spamming businesses with our service.
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Just to make sure I understand correctly: we get access to 2 databases. Suppliers AND a database of buyers who are LOOKING for supliers? I want to make sure we aren't randomly spamming businesses with our service.
No, definitely no spamming. You are actually responding to the tender they have put out, looking for a particular commodity in xxx quantities.

So you will respond to requests like these.

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Hi Amin,

Thanks for your earlier reply. Like Natas105, I'd like to hear from some more Warriors who have either purchased this course from you, or from folks that you've sold other courses to in the past. I'm a strong believer in doing business with folks who have a proven track record - regardless of whether it is with their current offering, or one they've offered in the past. In fact, past dealings would be most helpful as I think it would help shine a light on what kind of experience could be expected here.

Hey, is $200 a big deal in the grand scheme of things? No. If you can't afford to lose $200, you've got no business getting started in something like this. Spend the money on food and clothing. But, I'd like to know that I have a better chance than not of succeeding prior to my entry into a new field.

Unlike some. I'm not hung up on seeing proof of income. I'd not show it either as that's private and where you are doing $20k a month, it matters not to you if you sell another 10 courses due to you posting up income proof. But the $20k a month is interesting to me in that why are you spending time teaching people about this when you could put that time towards building this to a $40k a month biz?

So at the end of the day, I'm sold on what you are selling here based on the info. you've provided. A few verifiable reviews from past or current students / clients seals the deal. Feel free to have folks PM me with that info. if you'd prefer. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results, but I think it speaks volumes when it comes to past relationships with students / clients. Short of this, I guess the way to look at this is as if you are going to Vegas. Roll the dice and hope you come up a winner. It's that allure of a jackpot (and yep, for me $20k a month would be a jackpot) that is tough to pass by. Then again, the same could be said for a lot of what is posted here on the WF.

Thanks again, Amin.

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Wouldn't selling this create competition for yourself? We could go head to head for the same deals. There are limited sites on which to do this, limited deals, lots of no's to get through, so why sell this?
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So at the end of the day, I'm sold on what you are selling here based on the info. you've provided. A few verifiable reviews from past or current students / clients seals the deal. Feel free to have folks PM me with that info. if you'd prefer. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results, but I think it speaks volumes when it comes to past relationships with students / clients.
Thanks again, Amin.
Since it's a brand new course, I don't have anyone who can provide you with results from deals at this stage.
The only thing they can do is give you a review of the material I have covered in the course.
I hope some of the current course buyers can do that today.

If you wish, I can ask some other contract managers who are not on the warrior forum to provide me with a testimonial based on their experiences and I can paste that here. Although they would not have gone through my course, they are the other ones who quietly bank large sums in some corner of the world doing the same thing I do.

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Wouldn't selling this create competition for yourself? We could go head to head for the same deals. There are limited sites on which to do this, limited deals, lots of no's to get through, so why sell this?
I don't think competition is an issue in this field. There are literally millions of opportunities and saturation is highly highly unlikely.
Even if everyone on the WF became a contract manager, it wouldn't make a dent in your business. There are so many products to get involved in, it's difficult to find a competitor in everything.

Secondly, I use competitors as people who can help me and I can also help them. I cover this aspect in the course also.

I think I did explain my 2 reasons for selling this course, somewhere above.


Hope this helps,

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Hi Warriors you have all been anxiously waiting for a review and here goes. I will also try to alleviate some of the apprehensions mentioned.

As soon as I read this I was extremely interested, as the whole idea intrigued me of a real business in global trade, there was a similar offer from a marketer many years ago but I never jumped on board, that as well as wanting to add to my existing income streams and the possibility of one big payday.

So like you guys I had a number of questions and PM’d Amin, his answers were detailed straight and very thorough, there was none of this “You will have to buy to see” or “I can't reveal those secrets” nonsense that I come across a lot.

I really wanted to wait for some reviews but I took to Amin so I decided to bite the bullet.

Once paid up access was quick and there is a members area with I believe 20 - 30 videos and a number of templates for communication.

I have been through all of the videos but did not review any of the templates yet but I trust they will be as thorough as the videos.

The videos themselves are very well presented with zero fluff and get straight into what you need to know. I have really learned a lot so far but there is a learning curve to this with a lot of jargon but Amin lays everything out in manageable chunks and includes charts to help.

At the end of the course there is 10 part case study that is without a doubt the most exhilarating I have ever seen in my life. There were twists and turns at every corner and almost fell off my chair at the conclusion.

During the case study Amin starts off as a new contracts manager and demonstrates the whole process and this will be a huge confidence booster and give you the motivation you need.

I can see that it does not matter if you are new to this, the buyers are not interested in this, they want x at x price and if you can supply they are happy it's really that simple. There are ways to offer assurances to buyers and that is covered in the course.Remember as well you are not a supplier and you will eventually put them in touch with one so your middleman status does not matter.

I will throw up a quick website and it does not bother me that I have no existing presence as I have had an offline transport business before and the website alone gave me an air of authority even though I was totally.green and new nothing .

Also I got an email from Amin checking in to see how I was getting on and he was every responsive to my questions and he certainly knows his onions when it comes to this business.

Now I will be working on my first contract safe in the knowledge that Amin has my back he will be there to assist me throughout my deal.

Overall I am every happy I jumped on board and almost feel like I have gotten my money's worth already.

It too early to say if or how much money I will making but I am certainly giving this my best shot and again really happy to be working with Amin on this.

That is my honest review for what its worth after paying for this course with my own hard earned dollar :-)
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May I know what skills (communication, negotiation) required to do this business?

Can the business be outsourced like lead generation etc?

Do you show how to position and close deals like a baddass even if a newbie in this?

Is advertising and promotion to get deals necessary to expedite it?

Is there any mastermind group with fellow contracts managers...as this may be a lonely business.

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Excellent job in the review Dave d !!
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Great review. I appreciate you taking the time to write it Dave.

Amin, I'm rasing my hand for this one: "If you wish, I can ask some other contract managers who are not on the warrior forum to provide me with a testimonial based on their experiences and I can paste that here"
Not only would I be interested to hear what their objective is, I also appreciate you making an effort to help us understand the true potential of this business and in what timeframe.

I also second a mastermind group/skype group.
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Thank you very much for the glowing review Dave. I really appreciate it.

May I know what skills (communication, negotiation) required to do this business?

Can the business be outsourced like lead generation etc?

Do you show how to position and close deals like a baddass even if a newbie in this?

Is advertising and promotion to get deals necessary to expedite it?

Is there any mastermind group with fellow contracts managers...as this may be a lonely business.

Regards,
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As long as you can speak English, you're all set. I know contract managers who's first language is something else and their English is broken but they make a lot of money.

I have never given thought to having it outsourced, but thinking about it now, I would say that for the buyer sourcing part, yes, it can be done. I probably wouldn't outsource much more than that (other than the 2nd method of choosing the right supplier).

Yes, I do show you how to discuss the deal with buyers and the method to close deals with them. It's fairly simple and straightforward.

There is no advertising with this business. That's the beauty of it. It's not like Internet Marketing.

Originally Posted by natas105

I also second a mastermind group/skype group.
I haven't advertised this on the sales page, but in the backend, I have put up a link to a Facebook group for Contract Managers.
Although I haven't got around to creating that group yet, I will do so soon.

Hopefully, Managers can bounce off one another and also help with various deals.


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1) I asked for proof of transactions for the month of June..that was ignored. Why was that?

2) Reviews of materials are well and good..glad to see it is well put together but until you actually start making money...it means nothing. I can sell you an "idea" I have hundreds of them..some might work..most won't Come back when you actually start making money with a review. A few of them will prove everything.

3) So let me get this right O.P. You have a business that makes you $20k a month..and as you have so much spare time now and you are such a kind hearted kind of person you are now spending all your time/effort in teaching others how to compete with you? Instead of scaling up or going into other business (whoops...guess you have.) you are now replying to emails and questions about your wso ?
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I am not here to defend the OP since it his WSO and I am just a buyer, but from an observational point of view I am always very surprised at some things.

Proof of income means absolutely jack, but people still request it, like it is the holy grail and can't see the wood for the trees.

I could go online now and pay to have proof of income snap shots of a bank account in my name, it really is that simple and I could show you a $20,000 transaction but I could have lost $40,000 to make that.

What is with this proof of income ? It can be so easily faked that it is worthless.

Also, if I or somebody else made $20,000 clear profit from this WSO the last thing I would do is come here and shout about it, I would without a doubt keep it to myself.

So going by that the most you are really likely to get is a review as I have written above and then you will just have to take a chance after that.

There are no guarantees in life, or as Abe Lincoln said, the only things that are guaranteed are death and taxes.

Happy money making everybody.

I will try to update my progress here but I will request no PM;s about this. I am extremely busy and PMs after I have written a review tend to be the same questions over and over,and I just don't have the time for that, which is why I will take some time to write some progress reports here and that's the best I can do.
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Thank you for the good explanation Dave. You hit the nail on the head.

Originally Posted by rappormomentum

I asked for proof of transactions for the month of June..that was ignored. Why was that?

2) Reviews of materials are well and good..glad to see it is well put together but until you actually start making money...it means nothing. I can sell you an "idea" I have hundreds of them..some might work..most won't Come back when you actually start making money with a review. A few of them will prove everything.

3) So let me get this right O.P. You have a business that makes you $20k a month..and as you have so much spare time now and you are such a kind hearted kind of person you are now spending all your time/effort in teaching others how to compete with you? Instead of scaling up or going into other business (whoops...guess you have.) you are now replying to emails and questions about your wso ?
I purposely didn't answer you because I have already mentioned the fact that I won't be showing any proof of my income. I did mention that I'd like to keep that stuff private.
If you read my sales letter and the replies I have written above, you should have a good picture of how and why I am doing my business as well as this wso.

In the end, I am not pushing you to buy. In fact, with your outlook, it would probably better if you don't buy. You have a certain mindset. If you don't walk into this business with a positive outlook, then you are probably doomed - as with any business you start.
You would also have to trust me to enter into this business because I am the one who will be staking my time and helping you for an entire year as-and-when needed. Buying into this course without trusting me is dooming yourself to failure.

Anyhow, Dave has said it quite well and I think I have also explained my position regarding proofs.

Hope this helps,

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Hi Amin,

I'd echo the fact here that, this wso is absolutely different from most of the super hyped and "usual" WSOs which pitch in guides pertaining to affiliate marketing, domaining, email marketing, list building, social media marketing and what not. AND, that's the USP of this course. As guys who understand marketing ( I presume that, that's why we are members here), we tend to hover around our expectation related to earning money on auto pilot by way of the abv referred usual marketing / IM ideas. We forget that marketing involves selling, striking deals, networking, act as agents, brokers and all that traditional selling fundmantals entail.

I also was caught in that realm of trying to make some money using these generally talked about IM business models. Then came your WSO. I read every word of it thoroghly and believe you me, I found it absolutely apt to what i always wanted to do. HOWEVER, i never came across anyone so far whom i could join hands with in terms of seeking insights as to how i could harness the power of internet and become an independent self-growing international marketer / agent.

I didnt hesitate at all and purchased your WSO and i only can say WoW!!! I must appreciate and congratulate you for setting up this program. I am sure lot of effort has gone into it and you have spelt out probably every smallest detail pertaining to the how of international business and the best part being, it can be done independently and literally without any investment. No inventory, no trade financing, no brick and mortar office set up .....it's as simple as stipulated in your posts above and on the sales page.

I recommend it to anyone and everyone who wishes to harness the power of internet and build a real business and scale it up with time. International business drives the global market place through the internet and there's so much to do that every single person wanting to pursue it, can carve out a share for himself....for sure.

Well done, and thank you for this WSO. I look forward to learning from it, take action, pick your brain along the way and build something for myself.
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Hey Amin. I've sent you a pm.
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After the seller is introduced to the buyer, what is stopping the seller and the buyer from secretly closing the deal, eliminating you and your profits from the picture?
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After the seller is introduced to the buyer, what is stopping the seller and the buyer from secretly closing the deal, eliminating you and your profits from the picture?
My guess is the contract that you have stipulates that they can't cut you out, and you don't introduce anyone before a contract is in place.
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I found the website in Google that you use (L******a). As you mentioned in a previous post you have a website to portray a professional image which I can understand, however I couldn't help noticing the sentence "We have been operating since 2003.", yet in post #31 above you say you have been operating for one and a half years. I know from a quick WHOIS check that the site is registered to you so I definitely have the right site.
Confused.

One more question, on average how many deals are you making a month?
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I found the website in Google that you use (L******a). As you mentioned in a previous post you have a website to portray a professional image which I can understand, however I couldn't help noticing the sentence "We have been operating since 2003.", yet in post #31 above you say you have been operating for one and a half years. I know from a quick WHOIS check that the site is registered to you so I definitely have the right site.
Confused.

One more question, on average how many deals are you making a month?

i wonder why?
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