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atascadero
08-27-2006, 9:57 AM
Ok. first off I'm not encouraging anyone to do this! Period!

I'm just wondering what you all think of this? Am I just missing something or is this a good deal?

Here's the link ... http://www.fishingandhuntingnews.com/sell_earn.htm

Anyone ever have expierence with this type of offer? Thanks.

Nefarious
08-27-2006, 10:34 AM
Ok. first off I'm not encouraging anyone to do this! Period!

I'm just wondering what you all think of this? Am I just missing something or is this a good deal?

Here's the link ... http://www.fishingandhuntingnews.com/sell_earn.htm

Anyone ever have expierence with this type of offer? Thanks.

hell I could sell 4 subscriptions - but im sure there is a "catch". I normally dont pay too much attention to things like that

NRAhighpowershooter
08-27-2006, 11:21 AM
I'm off to bribe my relatives to buy subscriptions!!! I could ALWAYS use another 10/22 :D

Hopi
08-27-2006, 11:33 AM
call us with your credit card number and we will reserve the product in your name,

This is suspect language. What does "reserve" mean?

Guns R Tools
08-27-2006, 1:12 PM
It sounds too good to be true.

It's free 10/22 just pay $200 shipping and handling fee....:p

sac7000
08-27-2006, 1:24 PM
It sounds too good to be true.

It's free 10/22 just pay $200 shipping and handling fee....:p

Don't forget the fuel surcharge. What used to cost me $25 to ship to Detroit is now $52 (oversized 25lb box via UPS)

guimus
08-27-2006, 1:31 PM
It's probably not too sketchy, actually (of course, I'm not going to do it.) You send them 160 bucks and they send you a rifle that wholesales around 150 bucks and about 20 bucks worth of paper. They also add 4 names to their distro list and probably sell those names to advertisers for 40 bucks. Next year one or two of those four will renew thier subscriptions and the magazine will clear 25-35 bucks per renewal. They're essentially hiring you as their marketing department, rewarding you with most of the profits from the first year, and gaining subscribers for no cost to themselves.