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How To Receive Goods And Products For FREE

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HOW TO RECEIVE GOODS FOR FREE
 

Companies (manufacturers/suppliers) are busy marketing hard, they want you to buy their products.


In order to persuade you to buy their products, they give you a free sample!  I know this may sound ludicrous and you must be thinking, “Huh!  Free sample of shampoo is one thing, but to get hold of a £400-worth FREE mobile phone is just impossible!” Well, guess what? 

It’s not impossible!  There are so many companies and suppliers using this sales practise I highly recommend you carry on reading this because it CAN be done! You just need to do what I tell you in my document.  Read on, my friend

 

If you’re either a distributor, wholesaler, retailer or basically interested in selling a supplier’s or a company’s specific product, you will discover that they are usually very keen to send you one or two free samples beforehand (Woohoo! In my case, I just recently received a £400-worth brand spanking new 8910i mobile phone, fully boxed with 1-year international warranty – delivered to my door – and mine to keep!!)

 “How the hell did you get that?”  I hear you say.  Well to put it briefly for now:  All it usually takes is a request for price, quantity and a sample or two and the companies are more than willing to comply – it’s that easy! (I’ll explain that in detail in this very cheap document)  Hey guess what?  Once you have contacted a company regarding a product, it’s not uncommon for them to automatically ship you a similar or related new samples in future.

Anyway, onwards we go!  A phone costing you £400 may only cost a manufacturer £50 to produce or the supplier £100 to acquire, if not less.  However, these companies think they stand a good chance of gaining more out of you, so they take a gamble and send you a free sample in no time, usually by UPS 48-Hr delivery, and most of the time they cover the delivery costs – not you.

FREE GOODIES!
 

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