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How To Profit From Online Shopping With Amazon

How To Profit From Online Shopping With Amazon

How To Profit From Online Shopping
By Partnering With Amazon

Are you interested in profiting from the booming trend of online shopping that doesn’t involve affiliate marketing.

You see, according to a recent international study, the average British citizen will buy 21.2 items online in 2015, spending around £55.36 per purchase online.

And there’s a way you can profit from this, simply by partnering with Amazon.

 

How to make £1,000/month or more by partnering with Amazon

You won’t need any special skills, web site or email lists. In fact you can do this even with No Experience.

  • You don’t need to stock products.
  • You don’t need to sell anything yourself.
  • You don’t have to speak to customers.
  • You don’t even need to make a product.

Intrigued? Of course! If not then you should be!

The thing is, ordinary people are already profiting by partnering with Amazon, receiving a cheque from Amazon every 14 days.

And you can do the same.

  • Jackie’s Amazon business generates around £3,000/month in sales.
  • Neil had tried property investing and internet marketing. But he hadn’t been successful. Then he discovered Amazon. His Amazon business now generates around $25,000/month in sales.
  • Tumi has had her own Amazon business for around two years. It now generates around $50,000/month on the Amazon US web site. And around £25,000/month on Amazon UK.
  • And there are many ordinary people generating an extra £1,000 or more every month.
Could The Amazon Gold Rush Make You Rich?

Partnering With Amazon Is A Gold Rush!

How to make £1,000/month or more by partnering with Amazon

If you’re wondering why I’m quoting these figures in dollars and pounds it’s because some people offer their products through the Amazon US site, while others stick to Amazon UK.

Why are people making so much money with Amazon?

The reasons are simple. Amazon’s sales booming. They’ve jumped $50 Billion dollars (USD) in the last year. And are forecast to reach $200 Billion (USD) in 2017.

As shoppers we trust Amazon because we know we’re safe when buying through them. As a result Amazon is the largest ecommerce platform online.

And the only product Amazon actually own is the Kindle.

What this means is there’s huge opportunity for entrepreneurs such as yourself. That’s because there are over 120 million products available through Amazon UK alone. Never mind Amazon US, Amazon Australia and all the different Amazon sites in Europe.

Look, there’s not enough room in this short post to give you the nuts and bolts of this amazing Amazon opportunity.

That’s why you can download a special free report from the highlighted links.

Inside you’ll discover the four simple steps to generating an extra £1,000/month with Amazon.

There’s no obligation. No future commitment. Just the opportunity to discover if this Amazon opportunity is right for you.

How to make £1,000/month or more by partnering with Amazon

Here’s to your success

Daniel Wagner

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Landlords Face Tougher Penalties Under Immigration Bill Proposals

Landlords Face Tougher Penalties Under Immigration Bill Proposals

Landlords Must Evict Illegal Immigrants Or Face Prison Under New Immigration Bill Proposals

It has been announced that UK private rented sector (PRS) landlords could face a 5 year prison sentence if they fail to conduct proper ‘Right to Rent’ checks included in new Government proposals for the Immigration Bill

The proposed changes to legislation will require PRS landlords to verify the immigration status of all prospective tenant applicants, before tenancies are agreed. Any landlord who repeatedly fails to conduct these checks would be in breach of a new offence, carrying maximum penalties of five years’ imprisonment or a fine.

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Moving Abroad? – Things To Know Before You Go

Moving Abroad? – Things To Know Before You Go

British Citizens Warned To Plan For

The Unexpected When Moving Abroad!

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) has issued a checklist for British citizens planning to purchase property, retiring or moving abroad.

Buying property overseas can transform the lives of many property investors, but buyers are warned to take independent advice before completing any overseas property purchases and moving abroad.

FCO staff last year helped a number of British expatriates with a variety of issues, with many people facing heavy fines, financial ruin or finding themselves on the wrong side of the law because they were not fully prepared.

These cases involved issues such as property disputes, bankruptcy caused by changes in personal circumstances, pension complications and unexpected health issues.

A recent FCO report also suggests that high hospitalisation and death rates occur in areas where large numbers of elderly British nationals reside, notably in Europe and South East Asia.

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Optimism among residential property owners is increasing with more than one third expecting residential property prices to be higher by this time next year, despite the uncertainty surrounding the UK housing market, according to the latest survey by Rightmove.

46% of homeowners regard current residential property values to be fair and reasonable according to the consumer confidence survey, showing that the British public now have a more optimistic outlook for the UK property market, than in recent years

Concerns stated by the public in the survey include

  • Mortgage-related issues
  • Mortgage availability
  • High deposits
  • Being able to find a suitable property

The survey of 40,000+ home movers showed that some 6% worried about being able to meet mortgage payments and the same proportion were also concerned about property values changing.

Despite the slump in the UK property market over the last three years, public home ownership ambitions remain undaunted by the UK’s double dip recession.

The wild winter storm that rocked most of the UK last week caused widespread damage but the Association of British Insurers (ABI), reassured all policyholders, including those with landlord insurance policies, that claims would be dealt with swiftly.
The torrential rain and gale force winds caused extensive disruption across the UK’s transport network, damaged properties and vehicles and toppled trees.

Now insurers are preparing themselves for the claims to come flooding in and could be left with a hefty bill to pay.
However, the association confirmed that any storm damage would most likely be covered by home, business and buy-to-let property insurance and that damaged vehicles would be covered by comprehensive motor insurance.

The ABI advised those making a claim, including landlords with buy-to-let insurance policies, to do so as soon as possible, indicating that insurance firms would react quickly to help policymakers affected by the storm.

Nick Starling, ABI’s director of general insurance said: “Insurers number-one priority is to ensure that anyone who suffers damage get their claim dealt with as quickly as possible.”

Landlords and property owners without adequate insurance in place face rising costs and a race against the elements, to repair the damage caused by the storm before the weather deteriorates further and the UK experiences the sub-zero temperatures, freezing conditions and associated chaos that a typical British Winter brings.

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British property owners are still throwing extra cash at their mortgage debt, encouraged by continuing BoE record low interest rates and the slowdown in the UK housing market.

UK mortgage debt fell by a record £9.1 Billion (GBP) in the second quarter of 2011 as consumers decided to improve their financial position amid uncertainty about the health of the economy and job fears, this trend continued into the 3rd Quarter of the year as well.

With savings accounts offering small returns thanks to the Bank of England (BoE) keeping base rate at a record low of 0.5% yet again, UK property investors, landlords and homeowners have used any available spare cash to make inroads into their mortgage debt.

The number of people drawing on the equity in their homes has fallen every quarter since spring 2008, with the second and third quarters seeing housing equity withdrawal hit its highest negative figure since records began in 1970

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