If you ever receive one of those letters from a Postal Inspector stating that the mail order program you are promoting MIGHT be in violation of postal law or regulations, don't panic. Simply fill out the form they have enclosed and send it back in. Quit promoting that mail order program.
A letter from the P.I. simply means quit promoting the program they have requested. I would be willing to say that most mail order programs are ordered to stop for one or two reasons. The person who originated the program promised too much and got behind on filling his orders. Or, some people became too impatient or anxious waiting to receive their order and turned in a complaint. The complaint is sent to a Postal Inspector who, in turn, sends a form letter to the person conducting the sale of the program, asking it be stopped.
A lot of GOOD mail order programs have been stopped because of one person who complained to a postal inspector. Just one dissatisfied customer can ruin your mail order program, so keep everyone happy. Honest mistakes can happen, but remember the customer is always right. Work to fix any mistakes immediately and keep the customer informed of all progress. This, combined with honest mail order programs, will prevent those Postal Inspector letters.
Everyone that starts out learning the mail order business is normally introduced to Commission Circulars very early in the game. You have probably seen ads claiming "how you can make money - sometimes as much as $5,000 - for every page you copy".
The purpose of this report is to outline a simple, step-by-step program that will enable you to start making "sales by mail" immediately!
Everyday more and more people are jumping on the "mail order" bandwagon - starting their own, or getting involved in some kind of mail order selling endeavor - and hoping to get rich.
You can make a million dollars or more in mail order, but it's going to require a complete understanding of the business as well as a little bit of know-how on your part.
Just about anyone can offer recipes for sale, and make a few extra dollars. Believe it or not, almost anyone who sells recipes through all the "chain letter" recipe clubs, National Inquirer and similar efforts, makes money.
Don't just glance at your junk mail and throw it away! Save it - it can put extra money in your pockets! As a matter of fact, you can make some "easy" extra money with all your incoming mail...
If you are an old hand at mail order, or a newcomer to the business, sooner or later you are going to want to try your lick at having your own publication.
How much money do you want to make? Do you need a steady second income? Do you want to have your own business, be your own boss, and make your own decisions?
If you see ads for the same opportunity you are trying to sell, invest a few dollars and have a typesetter design you a completely different looking ad from everyone else that will stand out and be noticed.
Selling books by mail is one of the "ideal" spare-time business ventures that can be operated from your home, and with minimal investment, can make you very rich!