Saturday, October 31, 2015

No Cost Startup Business (part 2 of 2)

Hidden Costs
One of the most common schemes used by con artists is to promote a no cost startup business and later on charge their clients with hidden costs. These costs are usually legitimate in nature, but they can be quite irritating because they violate the no-cost clause you’ve been so looking forward to and worse, you’re already in too deep to back out.

Such costs include but aren’t limited to registration and processing fees, administrative fees, and lawyer fees. There could be more. To ensure that you won’t be a victim of this scheme, you should ask for a list of all costs, including those you’ll be charged upon closing the deal, you’re expected to pay. Better yet, have them sign an agreement form certifying that the proposed business will indeed cost you nothing or if not that, then it won’t cost beyond a specified amount.

Make Your Own No Cost Startup Business
There’s no need to depend on others if you don’t want to. You can create your own no cost startup business opportunity for yourself. In most cases, such opportunities must have the qualities specified below.

Doing business online would negate the need for renting or leasing real estate, spending money on furniture and fixtures, and other necessary expenses when you set up a brick and mortar store.

These products rarely require you to spend on materials or equipment. What you need you probably already have like a computer and all the essential software; more importantly, you only need to work on them once and be able to produce massive copies of it afterwards.

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