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JustGemmy asked:

I am just curious and interested in knowing what these may be and what your experiences with such have been. Thank you…

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Native Lotus Flower on 20 May, 2009 at 12:02 pm #

Go to angelpin.net and click on emplyment/ opportunities. You can assemble angelpins in the comfort of your own home and it does not include selling or sewing. Just twisting bended wire. You have to pay some money upfront first but I know it’s not a scam. Many people have worked for it. After you get your supply and do one to let them inspect if the yapprove you can begin earning money.

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Trinity on 22 May, 2009 at 7:23 am #

This program here, you sign up for 2 web offers, in which you will be reimbursed $5 bucks, (so, pick the cheap web offers) once completed, you find 3 referrals and you got yourself $120 bucks! From there I will show you how to take that $120 bucks, invest in another program to make even more money! etc. etc.
Multiple streams of income with just one program.
This is not a get rich quick scheme, but I have seen others rake in $800 within a week.

gatorgirl on 24 May, 2009 at 7:50 pm #

You want a business that does not sell anything??? If you find a real business like that, let me know!

vicseo on 26 May, 2009 at 1:54 am #

If you are an accomplished typist – word processor and have recently visited your local city college or university librarian, you can apply as a “certified” graduate typist, earning between $1.50 to $2.00 per page for a master or doctoral thesis. The librarian will provide you with a sample of the typing template (i.e., margin settings, font selection, page set up, etc.) in order to complete these projects. An average weekend income is about $300-$400 for two days work.

Good luck!

Heidi W on 29 May, 2009 at 1:52 pm #

If you are looking for a home based business that has no selling, and little startup, check this site out. Take the FREE tour, and see if this is a fit for you.


April S on 4 June, 2009 at 11:51 am #

I understand what you are saying. When I got into this I knew home based income like eBay, mary kay, avon, ect. were real legit businesses but I didn’t want to sell anything either. I am not lazy, I will definitely work, but selling is not for me. So I started researching everything I could on the internet searching for a home business that didn’t require selling crazy things. I have done a lot of research in this industry and I like helping other with this. Email me anytime for info. I would be happy to help!

NPO on 7 June, 2009 at 10:37 am #

Well, Every home based business is going to have some selling involved rather it’s for a product your selling or a service your offering. There are a lot of good Home based businesses that have little start up costs and that are not scams.
I can refer you over to a really good article that I think you should read on home based business opportunities that have over half a dozen different industries to look into that might meet what your criteria is.
As to your detailed message enquiry, I’ve had incredible experiences with the telecommunications industry. I help people save money on services that they are already using and paying for, and offer them services that they don’t have. Sometimes they ask me about services that the company I’m involved in has, and I help them get those new services for less. It’s different then selling, because in most cases, it’s services that they already have. I’m just able to cut their bills down, so in essence, I’m simply helping them save money.
There are many different industries that are like this. I chose the telecommunications industry because everyone uses and needs it. My experience with this is it’s been incredible financially as well as spirtiually.
So that’s been my experience.

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