How to Build Big Ticket Items with No Cash Outlay

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Hello gang!

Miss me? I know I've been absent for a while, but I've been busy and stuff, you know? Anyway, I've recently heard of a fabulous way to make extra money and wanted to tell you about it. Now, don't worry as I'm not trying to sell you anything. I'm going to spell out everything in this post. I'm sure you'll find this information financially rewarding and it won't cost you a dime. You're welcome.

If you're like most people, you want to make big bucks without a huge cash outlay and, preferably, without a lot of work. Well, I've got a way to make big bucks without ANY cash, but it will take a little bit of work. That's okay though because you can always outsource the work or buy tools to automate the work once you've gotten a bit of cash in your pocket.

So, let's get down to it. Have you ever wanted to sell your own product, but didn't know where to start? You want a big ticket item to sell, but you don't know how to build your own or have the money to even get the parts you need to put it all together?

Well, no problem.

Let's say you want to sell something like cars but you can't afford to buy used cars--nevermind new!--to resell. It's a problem, isn't it? Never having the cash to do the stuff you want? It sucks.

Mind you, while this post talks about cars, the technique is applicable to a wide variety of items. I recommend you read this post from beginning to end to be able to take full advantage of this technique and apply it to the type of product you want to sell.

Now, before I get into this, you're going to have to be very careful here. You don't want other people to find out what you're up to. Too many copycats out there and you don't want the increased competition!

So, here's what you do...

You'll probably want to do this alone. Some may prefer to do it at night to not be noticed, while others may find that, in their area, it's preferable to do this while people are at work or school. Whenever you might have the place to yourself is when you'll want to do this.

What you do is you just go around and look for decent cars that you might want to resell. Try to find nice ones in good condition. Examine them carefully. You want to make sure it's in good condition and something a buyer would want if that vehicle was available. Then, when no one's looking, take off a tire. Just one. Don't get greedy.

Take that item home and stick it in your garage or shed. Make sure you have lots of room because you're going to have lots of parts piling up while you prepare to get things going.

While some may consider this "stealing," it's really okay. They're not going to miss the tire. They still have three more!

Then, you grab three tires off three different cars. Next, find yourself a couple nice doors. Again, you only one to take one item per car. That still leaves them with one or three more doors. They'll be fine. They probably won't even miss it!

Keep going until you have all the parts you need to put together a car you can resell. You'll need to do some fine tuning and repainting so it all looks good and works together nicely.

Sure, some might still argue that's "stealing" but, seriously, you'll probably never get caught. Even if someone suspects something, if they look at the cars you're selling, they will never recognize whatever part you took from their car.

After just a little practice with this method, you'll be able to rapidly build cars and resell them. You'll be a wiz at rapidly putting cars together. It's so easy! And the parts don't cost you a thing!

That's right--the parts don't cost you anything!

Every car you sell will be PURE PROFIT. You can't beat that!

It doesn't have to be cars. It could be anything. Planes, boats, lamps, computers, electronics and so on. The possibilities are endless. Heck, you could probably even apply this to writing books and articles. Just swipe a paragraph here and there and no one will probably even notice, especially after you "spin" it to make it look a little different.

Basically, you're just skimming a little from the people that put in hard work to have the time or money to obtain these items. As mentioned, they'll probably never even notice. I mean, you're just taking a little bit from them here and there. Is that so wrong?

Besides, millions of dollars are made every year by actual thieves--the ones that steal and resell the whole item. You're not greedy like them. You're just taking a small part here and there. You're not taking the whole car! LOL. You're no thief. You're just a creative entrepreneur!

:rolleyes:

Of course, I hope you will recognize that stealing is stealing, whether it's a hubcap or a whole car, whether it's a mouse or the whole computer or whether it's a paragraph or a whole book. Theft is theft. Don't try to justify it as anything other than what it is: Theft.

And if you try to build a business based on theft, don't try to delude yourself into thinking you're some kind of brilliant, creative entrepreneur, because you're not. You're just a thief, deserving only of contempt, not respect or profit. Don't get lured into using such "techniques" because of promises of easy money, big money or easy profits. Instead, focus your time and money on building something honestly and without resorting to theft. Just because your competitors may be thieves doesn't mean you should join them!

Stealing is wrong. Period. End of story.
#big #build #cash #items #outlay #ticket
  • Profile picture of the author IhaveAdream
    Hilarious intro.
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    • Profile picture of the author micromike
      think I've seen this business model used in a number of New England states in your America.. mine too
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    • Originally Posted by Michael D Forbes View Post

      Dan C. Rinnert for president!
      Presidents are not elected they are selected.
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      soon people... Relax...
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  • Profile picture of the author Victor Edson
    This reminds me of a video I saw by one of the biggest IM gurus out there named Frank something.

    Basically all you have to do copy an article from an article directory, paste it in notepad and then paste that notepad copy on your website or newsletter and it's magically what article writers wanted you to do with it in the first place. He says that's all he does when he needs content.

    It isn't stealing if the gurus do it, is it? I mean that Frank guy... he's a millionaire marketer!
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    • Profile picture of the author danr62
      Originally Posted by Victor Edson View Post

      This reminds me of a video I saw by one of the biggest IM gurus out there named Frank something.

      Basically all you have to do copy an article from an article directory, paste it in notepad and then paste that notepad copy on your website or newsletter and it's magically what article writers wanted you to do with it in the first place. He says that's all he does when he needs content.

      It isn't stealing if the gurus do it, is it? I mean that Frank guy... he's a millionaire marketer!
      Actually, Frank is right. Article directories exist so that article marketers can make their content available to publishers for use.
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      • Profile picture of the author MissTerraK
        Originally Posted by danr62 View Post

        Actually, Frank is right. Article directories exist so that article marketers can make their content available to publishers for use.
        As long as you follow the site's TOS that normally states you must include the author's resource box and keep links intact.

        Terra
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      • Originally Posted by danr62 View Post

        Actually, Frank is right. Article directories exist so that article marketers can make their content available to publishers for use.
        To add on to this:

        With the placement of the authors advertisement line.
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        • Profile picture of the author danr62
          Originally Posted by MissTerraK View Post

          As long as you follow the site's TOS that normally state you must include the author's resource box and keep links intact.

          Terra
          Originally Posted by Matthew Shane Roe View Post

          To add on to this:

          With the placement of the authors advertisement line.
          Of course.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael D Forbes
    I have a creepy-crawly suspicion that legally using articles from article directories in compliance with their TOS is not at all what Dan is referring to.
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    • Profile picture of the author MissTerraK
      Originally Posted by Michael D Forbes View Post

      I have a creepy-crawly suspicion that legally using articles from article directories in compliance with their TOS is not at all what Dan is referring to.
      There's no debating that with or without that creepy-crawly feeling.

      Terra
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  • Profile picture of the author danr62
    I think Dan is referring to a recent self publishing scandal that involved plagarizing another author's work. He would have heard of this on another forum I know he sometimes visits, or from any number of blogs that posted about it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Doc2626
    What's discouraging is the number of folks whose response will be "meddlesome SOB" or "holier than thou", without ever even realizing that they're not only thieves, but are promoting MORE thieves.
    Good stuff, Dan!
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    • Profile picture of the author Lance K
      Here I thought Dan was going to break into Johnny Cash's "One Piece at a Time". Kind of a let down.

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  • Profile picture of the author kindsvater
    If you're like most people, you want to make big bucks without a huge cash outlay and, preferably, without a lot of work.
    This is really deceptive. What do you mean by "huge cash outlay"? It would help if you posted something not requiring any cash outlay.

    And what do you mean by a "lot of work"? Same issue. This is what's wrong with IM, people like you being sneaky with your language.

    This is all laid out like some master plan. But like the WSO you're probably about to pitch the details are missing. I got to the point about the tire, but you left out the most important thing: how do you get the tire off the car?

    Have you even done this yourself, or is this some rehash?

    It's not easy at all. In fact, I pulled for a long time and got nowhere.

    Looking around it looks like some tools are needed. That costs money, which is exactly what I was talking about. You start out saying this going to be some easy thing not costing a lot and suddenly I'm doing research, running around to the store, and buying stuff so I'm already in the hole with nothing to show for it.

    You scammers are all the same.

    Doesn't anyone around here have something easy, that doesn't cost anything, and will make a lot of money real fast?

    .
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    • Profile picture of the author DianaHeuser
      Originally Posted by kindsvater View Post

      Doesn't anyone around here have something easy, that doesn't cost anything, and will make a lot of money real fast?
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      Yep. The beggars on the side of the road make a ton of money just standing around all day
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      • Profile picture of the author Kal Sallam
        Originally Posted by DianaHeuser View Post

        Yep. The beggars on the side of the road make a ton of money just standing around all day
        That's still hard you have to be on the side of the road the whole day:p
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        • Profile picture of the author Dan C. Rinnert
          Wow. I can't believe my post unearthed Adam Carn. LOL. Haven't heard a peep from you in years!
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          • Profile picture of the author Adam Carn
            Originally Posted by Dan C. Rinnert View Post

            Wow. I can't believe my post unearthed Adam Carn. LOL. Haven't heard a peep from you in years!
            I know man, been on a kind of a break from IM, experimenting with other stuff etc. Might come back to IM sooner or later. Just thought I'd check out the forum, good to see you Dan. Was fun hanging out with ya in the old days!
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    • Profile picture of the author Brandon Tanner
      Originally Posted by kindsvater View Post

      This is really deceptive. What do you mean by "huge cash outlay"? It would help if you posted something not requiring any cash outlay.

      And what do you mean by a "lot of work"? Same issue. This is what's wrong with IM, people like you being sneaky with your language.

      This is all laid out like some master plan. But like the WSO you're probably about to pitch the details are missing. I got to the point about the tire, but you left out the most important thing: how do you get the tire off the car?

      Have you even done this yourself, or is this some rehash?

      It's not easy at all. In fact, I pulled for a long time and got nowhere.

      Looking around it looks like some tools are needed. That costs money, which is exactly what I was talking about. You start out saying this going to be some easy thing not costing a lot and suddenly I'm doing research, running around to the store, and buying stuff so I'm already in the hole with nothing to show for it.

      You scammers are all the same.

      Doesn't anyone around here have something easy, that doesn't cost anything, and will make a lot of money real fast?

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      I agree. Dan left out a lot of important details here, like...

      1) How are we supposed to register our newly rebuilt vehicle?

      2) What about taxes and insurance for the vehicle?

      3) Is it OK to spray paint the license plate and then put our own letter stickers on it? And should we just pick random letters and numbers for that?

      I like to run my chop shop in an ethical manner, so these are things I need to know.

      Dan, do you mind addressing these 3 issues?
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  • Profile picture of the author DianaHeuser


    Dan, you hit the nail on the head. It's heart breaking to see how thieves try and justify their decisions by claiming legal loopholes.

    They should try getting of their butts and producing something of real value. Surprise. Surprise. It may actually generate a long term sustainable business.

    Di
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    • Profile picture of the author LandenLakewood
      Originally Posted by DianaHeuser View Post

      It's heart breaking to see how thieves try and justify their decisions by claiming legal loopholes.


      Di
      And then there are the ones that don't even bother claiming they have a legal loophole, they just know it's wrong, but the money is great, so who cares?
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  • Profile picture of the author twister85
    Great Idea to make money. I'll definitely try it with computer systems. Theft at its best. And for those who are weak at it, I will launch my next product named " how to steal a CPU without shutting down the pc" so stay tuned.

    P:S:- all the words in this post are completely BS. Read at your own risk. Heart patients please stay away.
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  • Profile picture of the author Adam Carn
    Great post haha!

    Besides, building a car from different parts would end up looking like something Homer Simpson designed!
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  • Profile picture of the author LandenLakewood
    Adam! I didn't know you are on here! How's it going?
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    • Profile picture of the author Adam Carn
      Originally Posted by LandenLakewood View Post

      Adam! I didn't know you are on here! How's it going?
      Not really on here, it's my first post in like so many years lol. Anyway I'm doing well, thanks for asking. Yourself?

      Adam
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  • Profile picture of the author LandenLakewood
    Great! I just decided to join the forum here and thought this post by Dan Rineheart is a total crackup - but brings up some important points. Good stuff! Hey, catch you on Skype, ok?
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  • Profile picture of the author muffty
    Very amusing post - but fancy giving the secrets away of a very popular business model!!!!
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    • Profile picture of the author Dan C. Rinnert
      So, here we are just a little more than a year later and what have we learned?

      Apparently, some of us have learned nothing at all.

      It's sad that there are still people around these parts that think it's just fine and dandy to steal a tire here, a headlight there and a windshield down there then put it all together and sell it as a brand new car. At least I remembered this post and saved myself the trouble of having to write it again.

      Still, though, it's just sad. So very very sad.
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