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HPI_Savage25
11-14-2012, 08:55 PM
This can actually benefit anyone and everyone on this forum. I actually found out about this while looking into being an AMSOIL dealer, but when you become an AMSOIL dealer, you also become an AGGRAND dealer. For anyone that doesn't know, AGGRAND is a organic company. They sell fertilizer, lime, bonemeal, a food plot formula, and kelp, potash and such. I am actually using the AMSOIL Saber Professional oils for all of my handhelds also such as the string trimmers, chainsaw, blower, edger, and anything else that is pre-mix.

For those that are interested, you don't have to pay the retail price! You spend the $10 to become a preferred customer. You then get the SAME PRICE AS DEALERS! If you look into the different oils that AMSOIL offers, the signature line states that it is guaranteed up to 25,000 miles or one year under normal condtions (towing, hauling, ect isn't "normal" though). I myself have been switching everything over as I do oil changes or need more oil for something. For those with a business license already or don't mind getting one, you can become a dealer also. As a dealer you can put in as little or as much time as you would like while the fee to get started is only $15 for a 6 month trial.

I just like the fact of being an AGGRAND dealer. I have already picked up a few accounts that were farmers. They were buying 55 gallon drums of the fertilizer at an OUTRAGEOUS price. I am still making money and they are paying half of what they were paying before so everyone is happy. If anyone is interested in something like that then please feel free to send me a message or post here and I can help you with anything you may need help with.

cuttingedgeron
11-14-2012, 09:26 PM
If you can make money, I would like to know as well. Spill the beans.

HPI_Savage25
11-14-2012, 10:41 PM
You can save money and make money at the same time. You can save money on your oil changes by not having to do them so much. You can make money by being a dealer and selling to others. The good thing is you don't have to keep any inventory. You can setup retail accounts, commercial accounts, ect. You make money on the products that you sell and then you also get paid commission on what you sell. If you sign someone up for a dealer you also will get commission on what they sell. If you get a preferred customer then it works the same way as if a dealer was buying (you still get commission). If you want more info let me know. The fees to be a Preferred customer is only $10 and to be a dealer they have a $15 6 month trial.

Shark1611
11-15-2012, 10:40 PM
You can save money and make money at the same time. You can save money on your oil changes by not having to do them so much. You can make money by being a dealer and selling to others. The good thing is you don't have to keep any inventory. You can setup retail accounts, commercial accounts, ect. You make money on the products that you sell and then you also get paid commission on what you sell. If you sign someone up for a dealer you also will get commission on what they sell. If you get a preferred customer then it works the same way as if a dealer was buying (you still get commission). If you want more info let me know. The fees to be a Preferred customer is only $10 and to be a dealer they have a $15 6 month trial.

I am a dealer and flat out love the stuff!