I know from the git-go of this article that a lot of readers may already have their mouse cursor poised over the <next> or the <delete> button, because they just aren’t interested in hearing about yet another “Make Money Online” idea.
I Don’t Want To Hear About Some Flaky “Internet Business’ Scam
No problem. I can fully understand. So just before you “Click Elsewhere” and never learn about this opportunity, why not read just a couple more bullet points:
- It’s a “real” business, legally formed under US and Philippine law.
- It currently has no real “Internet” activity at all.
- It was built up and is owned by two American guys currently living and running the business in Davao City, the Philippines.
- It has legal Filipino employees, not here today/gone tomorrow “Virtual Internet ghosts”.
- It pays taxes and is in all respects I know of fully legal, and doesn’t involve any sort of “membership, multi-level marketing of other “pie in the sky” schemes
- It has income (from the USA). US companies assign work and pay for the completion of tasks … into US corporate bank accounts.
- It makes a profit … currently $7,000 plus USD per month, after all expenses … rents, salaries and so on. A foreigner family could live damn good on $7,000 USD per month here.
- It has a real, physical office space … 10 current employees and room for at least 10 more. (enough to possible qualify for a long-term Employment Generation Visa.
- It is for sale at about 2x annual net profits .. in other words, it would earn back its purchase costs in two years or less
- The existing owners, who will NOT be competing against you, will be available to help the new purchaser succeed and grow.
Then head on over to The Public Sale Of Our 6-Figure Outsourcing Company and also check out the accompanying podcast, EFP 85: Selling Our Six-Figure Outsourcing Company where Justin and Joe, the company founders describe the business in great detail, warts and all, and give one hell of a valuable insight into the outsourcing business. Well worth a listen even if buying their company isn’t your cup of tea, for sure.
If THIS One Isn’t a True “Philippine Pony”, You’re Looking in the Wrong Stable
Recommended. Tell them Philly sent you.