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Ds Domination Review

Ds Domination Review

Many of my friends ask me what I’m doing now, besides being retired and enjoying life. Well here’s my story and I’m sticking to it!

This story will kind of sound like the same old “what if” we hear all the time. But what if the “what if” means we can make money with:

·         No sales page

·         No squeeze page

·         No follow up

·         No driving traffic

·         No autoship

·         Over 80% retention rate

 How does DS Dominaton work?

I know you’ve heard all this before, because I certainly have. But if all this were all actually true, that would be interesting wouldn’t it? In the company I’m talking about, DS Domination, this all is actually true.

ebay dsdIn DS Domination . . .

We make money using the product. The product is training.  In this training we learn how to make money by moving items from Amazon to eBay; not physically moving but by copying and pasting stuff. It can eventually sell on eBay. Wait – you’re selling stuff!

Guess what – the only way you’re going to make money on the internet is by selling stuff. Take a look at the biggest homes in your community. They’re mostly owned by sales people.  They’re hardly ever home either ‘cause they’re always selling; real estate, mortgages, insurance, cars. You get the picture. Well you have to sell stuff in DS Domination too. But it’s the way we sell stuff that separates us from the pack.

Amazon ebaySo far I haven’t mentioned a sales page or squeeze page. There’s no calling friends, relatives or acquaintances. I don’t have to drive traffic to a non-existent squeeze or sales page. No autoship either.

But, (here it comes), there is a $19.95 a month fee for the training. And yes, you can earn money using the product. About 80% of the people in DSD are earning at least enough to pay their monthly fee; most are earning more.

How am I doing? I am making more than DSD fees each month. I’m not as successful as many, but unlike the other “schemes”, I’ve been involved with, I am making money with DSD. This is the first time in a long time I can make this claim. So, if you’re not satisfied with your present income, you need to make more money or just want to earn money on the internet, I challenge you to at least look at this opportunity. Click on the link below and register for our next webinar. The presenter is funny, entertaining and actually shows you LIVE how we make money. What have you got to lose?

Money for Christmas – and thereafter

Christmas money


Making Money online

As I’ve said in many previous stories, I’ve worked with many different companies doing many different things. This story will be about online companies.
I really thought that working on the internet was out of my life. The auto ships each month were driving me out of my mind, no less driving money out of my bank account. It was darn hard making enough money each month just to justify the auto ships!
The recruiting was hard, because I was in enough companies that my friends and relatives didn’t want much to do with me.

Several years ago I tried selling on eBay.

Sold a few things and got intrigued with drop shipping. At the time each time you listed something you had to pay a fee. I trusted myself in what I was doing so I listed a tome of products – after all you didn’t have to actually own the products. After a couple of months I quit ’cause I was spending more money than I was making. No more internet stuff for me.

So one night I watched a Webinar.

Watching webinar

Don’t know why ’cause I thought I was through with all that. Something was different about this webinar – the guy narrating seemed to be having fun and he was an absolute nut! Unlike most Webinars, this guy seemed to be talking from the heart and actually tried to talk us out of doing his thing.
I watched a couple of times and though that even though it was eBay his system might actually work. So I decided to spend a few bucks each month. The money is for training, video training and constant follow-up training each week on a webinar. I actually started to make some money!

The integrity on the part of the owners is beyond reproach.


These guys are honest and are constantly coming out with something new to help you with your selling efforts. Here’s the best part – they get nothing out of what you make on eBay. I’ll give you an example of what I mean:
The owner keeps saying that the Christmas season is the best part of the year for selling. So one of the owners has a two hour “getting prepared for Christmas” webinar. He tells us what we have to do to make money during Christmas. Never saw anything like it before. Here’s my opinion:

I know he’s also thinking that many of the people won’t do as he says and won’t make the amount of money that’s possible. So they come up with this contest. I won’t tell you what the prizes are, but they’re worth thousands of dollars. Here’s the good parts:

• The company won’t make any money out of what is sold on eBay as there’s no way for them to do so.
• In order to qualify for the contest, we have to list at least 50 products on eBay.

So what does all this mean?

Make money xmas

The company is “forcing” us to prepare for the Christmas season by listing products so we will be successful! And no extra money out of our pockets!
This is one of the many reasons I’m telling you about this company now, one other reason being there’s no down side other than you have to work. It’s an easy formula work = money.
S o you need to know how to check out this company. Each Tuesday they have a webinar given by the nut. Here’s the link, so check it out:

Easy to watch and easy to do.

This link is a sales link.  You should watch it, but register for the live Webinar and watch it first before making any decisions.

This link is a link to register for the Webinar


Gotta go get some more listings up!



What would they have to do if health care reforms pass?

provided by Bradford G. Lee, RIS

Provide employee health insurance, or pay a penalty? Small business owners worry about having to face that choice. That possibility moved a step closer to reality in mid-July, as three of five Congressional committees approved new legislation to remake American health care – legislation that could expand health insurance coverage to 46 million uninsured Americans, with potentially harsh consequences for business owners.2,3

Two variations of pay-or-play. The House version of the bill would levy a fine on employers that don’t offer health coverage – a fine as large as 8% of a company’s annual payroll. However, some businesses could qualify for tax credits and some very small firms wouldn’t have to pay such penalties.2

The Senate alternative would spare small companies (25 workers or less) from annual penalties. It would require a business with 25 or more employees to fork over $375-750 per worker annually if that business refused to offer health coverage or paid less than 60% of employees’ monthly health plan premiums.2,3

Could businesses handle this? After all, some companies have considered dropping health plans altogether. Health insurance premiums paid by businesses have increased more than 200% in the last ten years, according to a Kaiser Family Foundation report; in 2008, single coverage averaged $4,704 and family coverage $12,680. The report found that less than half of businesses with three to nine employees offered health plans at all last year. 2

The House version of the bill would require a small business with a payroll of $250,000 or more to provide coverage or be penalized. The penalty would actually be a sliding-scale payroll tax: it would be 2% of payroll at $250,000 and climb to 8% of payroll for companies with $400,000 payroll or greater.3

What if you’re self-employed? No break for you. In the Senate version of the bill, any self-employed individual would have to buy health insurance or pay a $750 penalty annually. However, insurers could not use past claims history or pre-existing medical conditions to deny you coverage. Individuals whose income

is within four times the poverty level (i.e., $88,000 or lower for a family of four) could qualify for subsidies. 3

As for the House version, it asks self-employed individuals to buy coverage or pay a tax equivalent to 2.5% of the difference between their adjusted gross income and the tax filing threshold (which was about $9,000 in 2008). Sliding­scale subsidies would be offered to self-employed Americans so that they would not have to spend more than 11% of their income on health coverage. As in the Senate bill, insurers could not wiggle out of providing coverage by citing pre-existing medical conditions.3

What would the long-term impact be? In the bleakest scenario, businesses would be hard pressed to offer workers decent wages or decent health coverage. Nationally, fewer and fewer companies are offering health benefits in the first place. A 2008 National Small Business Association poll found that just 38% of small companies could afford health plans at all, compared to 67% of small businesses in 1995.4

A sunnier outlook comes from the Small Business Majority, a nonprofit advocacy group founded by small business executives. Its report examined three scenarios using different levels of employer tax credits and employer

payments. It concluded that the proposed health care reforms could save small businesses as much as $855 billion, and preserve as many as 128,000 jobs that would have been lost because of runaway health insurance costs.4

Stay tuned. Will Congress give business owners more of a break? Could penalties be reduced, or requirements eased? Will fewer businesses offer health plans, assuming that their employees could qualify for federal subsidies toward individual health insurance? At this point, there are more questions than answers – but with the median health insurance cost for U.S. businesses already at about 11% of payroll, any increase would be unkind.2

Bradford G. Lee, RIS is a Financial Advisor with SagePoint Financial, Inc. and may be reached at 426-73750

These are the views of Peter Montoya Inc., not the named Representative nor Broker/Dealer, and should not be construed as investment adviceAll information is believed to be from reliable sources; however, we make no representation as to its completeness or accuracy. The publisher is not engaged in rendering legal, accounting or other professional services. If other expert assistance is needed, the reader is advised to engage the services of a competent professional. Please consult your Financial Advisor for further information.


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