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Monday, November 23, 2015

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Can you legally create a million dollar business today in America?  There is an urgent need for small business entrepreneurs to reach out and start money making businesses in America today.  These small business owners understand that big business can make small business very profitable.  Masters of these business adventures have discovered NDITC New Deal Ink and Toner Company  and doubly priceless the actual small business plans, blueprints, guides and manuals that the NDITC founder Gregory Bodenhamer makes available to his consulting clients.  Within the present economic conditions across the United States big business in many ways are battling to the death for every nickel and dime in your neighborhood. If you can imagine a ocean of money floating on top of the United States you will understand the high adventure of starting your own business. 

This fascinating article is about starting your own money making business that allows you to find and capture the treasure right inside your own neighborhood.  Owning your own profit making business has always been a symbol of wealth in America because operating your own honest profit making business, beyond any doubt, is the way to wealth in America today. There is a treasure of gold in your neighborhood and NDITC can help you with the activities that will put money in your pocket.  With absolute secrecy through contract protections NDITC and their NAND North American Neighborhood Dealership plans will help you start your expedition and get to work today making money.

Giant O.E.M.’s Original Equipment Manufacturing Companies, global manufacturing companies like Apple, Brother, Canon, Kodak, Dell, Epson, HP Hewlett Packard, Kyocera, Lexmark, Minolta, Okidata, Panasonic, Pitney Bowes, Ricoh, Samsung, Sharp, Toshiba, Xerox, Konica, Lanier, Mita, I.B.M., Olivetti, N.C.R., Fujitsu and many more are all symbols of great wealth. These companies control hundreds of billions of dollar in revenues and billions of dollars in gross profits and their business segment is growing.

These O.E.M.’s original equipment global manufacturing companies invent, create, improve a host of photo copiers, printers, fax machines and many other products.

These same companies also surround their activities with an absolute veil of absolute secrecy because they understand that people, people just like you, are lured to great ideas, inventions and most importantly the enormous money making opportunity.

When you understand that small business owners are really treasure hunters the veil of O.E.M. Original Equipment Manufacturing Company secrecy makes a lot more sense. Over the years it’s been easily understood that a good product, good service or a great new idea can start many good companies.  The lure of great wealth sets the scene for a global economic opportunity that small business owners in America are learning about and the open clash within the marketplace has already started.

Companies like Apple, Brother, Canon, Kodak, Dell, Epson, HP Hewlett Packard, Kyocera, Lexmark, Minolta, Okidata, Panasonic, Pitney Bowes, Ricoh, Samsung, Sharp, Toshiba, Xerox, Konica, Lanier, Mita, I.B.M., Olivetti, N.C.R., Fujitsu and others that you know like General Motors, Sears, K-Mart, Staples Inc., Wal-Mart, Best Buy, Office Depot, Office Max, Target, and hundreds of others all play the same or at least participate within a shocking and hideous game of exploitation of human beings around the world.

These rivals in the market don’t manufacturer anything in the United States because over several decades the manufacturing base for these giants Apple, Brother, Canon, Kodak, Dell, Epson, HP Hewlett Packard, Kyocera, Lexmark, Minolta, Okidata, Panasonic, Pitney Bowes, Ricoh, Samsung, Sharp, Toshiba, Xerox, Konica, Lanier, Mita, I.B.M., Olivetti, N.C.R., Fujitsu and others have moved production to communist China, communist Vietnam and other harsh lands with no legal protections for their citizens like minimum wage laws, maximum working hours regulations, child labor laws, environment protections, workplace safety guidelines and directives.

These O.E.M. giants control the manufacturing process and to assure massive profits they use or allow the use of slave-type labor to make their goods and their services.  When any company manufactures goods using slave-type labor they have a dramatic advantage within the cost of production and create great wealth.

The global economy is anchored by gold and fiat money and the temptation of slave-type labor draws in massive investments from these giants of industry.  Eventually the O.E.M.’s manufacture their products and move their creations through the supply chain to the consumer markets around the world.  Worldwide and comprehensive giants of retail like Wal-Mart, Staples, Best Buy, Office Max, Office Depot, Radio Shack, Target and hundreds more are always looking for the opportunity of growth.  They use nice words like emerging markets while they continue to exploit slave-type labor where a grown man in China might earn $0.25 cents an hour sweeping the factory floor.

The creepy and chilling facts concerning supply chain activities and retailing results of the top 250 global retailers paint the picture of the menacing truth of these giants.  Out of the 250 top global retailers 10 of them account for almost 30% of global retail sales.  These intimidating numbers are absolutely true and remember the point that only ten (10) companies (retailers) control 29.4% of all global retail sales and they’re growing like a bad weed in your garden of opportunity.  You know the names Walgreens (drug), Home Depot (home improvement), Costco (food-electronics), Kroger (food), Wal-Mart (everything food electronics clothing toys drugs services), but we’re going to concentrate your wealth creation on the office supply industry global giants like Staples Inc., Wal-Mart, Best Buy, Office Depot, Office Max, Quill, Costco, Target, Amazon and others with specific concentration of the global leaders of HP Hewlett Packard and Staples Inc.

The two absolute global leaders within copiers, faxes, printers, computers and most importantly inkjet and laser toner printer cartridges remain HP Hewlett Packard and Staples Inc. NDITC, NAND and NSRA Non-Store Retailers Association all American based consulting services have combined their research and resources to unlock the safes of secrets that have created the global marketplace domination of HP Hewlett Packard and Staples Inc.  After years of research, market testing and adjustments these enterprises (NDITC, NAND and NSRA) are the pursuers of wealth for small business plans for their hundreds of clients. It was very difficult cracking the safe of secrets because you can be assured that they are guarded and protected.  The global O.E.M. giants and their global supply chain retail partners have trip wires and many safeguards to protect their global sales and massive profits.  Years ago, after recovering some of these secrets the (NDITC, NAND and NSRA) groups have published many different small business plans that show the way to safe, simply, easy and harmless ways to create individual wealth.

Small business owners, this very day, are using exclusive NDITC New Deal Ink and Toner small business plans, blueprints, guides, manuals, instructions and other how to books to create neighborhood sales and profits. You can also be assured that the O.E.M. giants Apple, Brother, Canon, Kodak, Dell, Epson, HP Hewlett Packard, Kyocera, Lexmark, Minolta, Okidata, Panasonic, Pitney Bowes, Ricoh, Samsung, Sharp, Toshiba, Xerox, Konica, Lanier, Mita, I.B.M., Olivetti, N.C.R., Fujitsu and others have responded when their money making secrets were exposed.  As calmly as he could, over six years ago, the founder and owner of NDITC wrote his first book-white paper “Billion Dollar Ink” that started to short circuit the industry. As some of the industry secrets of the inkjet and laser toner printer cartridge global business dangled in the public domain helplessly the industry was flung violently by the consumer response of their American customers.

The book-white paper “Billion Dollar Ink” even with hoping and praying wouldn’t go away and is still updated every year by NDITC New Deal Ink and Toner Company.

Frantically the copier, printer and fax inkjet and laser toner printer cartridge makers tried to explain why they charged so much for little drops of ink inside their cartridges.  They also tried to explain the harsh communist slave-type labor working conditions of their foreign factories.  They attempted to explain the how and why of hundreds of thousands of new jobs created and not one of them inside the United States and it has been described as a living death for their images around the world. 

One of the big secrets revealed is that you can refill any inkjet or laser toner printer, copier or fax cartridges and small business owners jumped on the chance.  The O.E.M.’s fought back and they fight hard and for keeps.  The O.E.M.’s have invented and patented “killer chips” electronic devices and install them inside their printer, copier and fax cartridges that prevent them from being refilled. Their hundreds of lawyers went after compatible (twins) cartridge makers and cartridge parts makers around the world. If the O.E.M. even thought that you infringed on one of their thousands of patents legal notices and letters were mailed and then another shoe dropped.

The environment movement realized that millions and millions of chemical filled inkjet and toner printer cartridges considered old and used were filling up garbage dumps around the world. These toxic little devils filled up the trash cans at the office and at home and they ended up on the garbage truck on trash day.  Hundreds of millions of copier, fax and printer cartridges were discarded every year and the “green movement” demanded a solution that could save the planet.

The newspapers around the world were writing about the inkjet and laser toner printer cartridge industry scandal and their despicable pricing for tiny drops of ink, environment damage caused by the used and so-called empty cartridges, their communist factories full of human beings treated like slaves, their cartridges indicating empty when in fact that they were not and the lists went on and on.

This consumer based curiosity turned into outrage and to the amazement of the O.E.M’s and their supply chain retail partners their customers moved away from the big box stores and started using the small mom-and-pop refilling stores that sprang up all over the United States.  This frightful experience just created more tension and the O.E.M.’s Original Equipment Manufacturers of inkjet and laser toner copier, fax and printer cartridges went all out to destroy the new and exciting refilling industry.

They knew their vault of money making secrets was now open and they discovered that millions of their cartridges were seemingly stuck in warehouses, distribution centers and fulfillment centers around the world as unsold.  Major supply chain retailers had hooked their profit wagons to the multi-billion dollar computer printer, office copier and fax machine revenues because the inkjet and laser toner printer cartridges were their top revenue and top profit creators.  It is estimated that the inkjet and laser toner printer cartridge business remains the only reason that some major office supply retailers are still in business today.  The profit margins concerning cartridges are obscene and they are sold by the millions every week inside the United States.  Not all of the compatible cartridge makers escaped the rage and fury of the O.E.M. lawyers and their routine business enterprise turned into a global legal battle.  Lexmark even repackaged their inkjet and toner printer cartridges and imprinted a legally binding contract on the exterior packaging.  The contract was simple and frightful at the same time; if you open and use this Lexmark cartridge you will not refill it but, send it back to Lexmark.  The battle raged all the way to the Supreme Court of the United states as the O.E.M.’s giants Apple, Brother, Canon, Kodak, Dell, Epson, HP Hewlett Packard, Kyocera, Lexmark, Minolta, Okidata, Panasonic, Pitney Bowes, Ricoh, Samsung, Sharp, Toshiba, Xerox, Konica, Lanier, Mita, I.B.M., Olivetti, N.C.R., Fujitsu and their supply chain retail partners had to find a way to protect the billions in profits and keep the small business planners from reaping the rewards of the refill refilling industry. The O.E.M. catastrophe could not be stopped and printer cartridge revenue moved away from the big box retailers like Staples Inc., Wal-Mart, Best Buy, Office Depot, Office Max, Quill, Costco, Target, Amazon and others into the cash register drawers of the refill refilling mom-and-pop stores sprouting up in every little town, village and big city.  As the big box retailer revenues continued to fall their profits sank and working secretly at first came up with another great idea to kill off the small business cartridge refillers.

With the help of the O.E.M.’s the retailers would turn on a salvage program called recycling and lend a hand in saving the planet.  They would use tens of millions of consumer dollars and try their best to buy up all the used cartridges in the world.  The green recycling scheme has become mysterious in motive because most consumers thought the cartridges would be brought back to full life through a proven re-manufacturing process that would save them money.  The O.E.M.’s with the help of global big box retailers planned to destroy the cartridge and grind them up in communist China which would continue to force the consumer to pay sky high prices while at the same time crush the refill industry and destroy it completely. No one really knows how many mom-and-pop refilling unmarked business graves was the result but it is suggested that their green conspiracy bankrupted thousands of small businesses which was their exact intention.

With pincer-like claws the O.E.M. printer, copier and fax machine cartridge makers and their supply chain retail “green” partners put the squeeze on the consumer and the high prices have been maintained in the global consumer markets.

Everything is drop-shipped for you.  You have no merchandise to carry and you won't need to tie up any of your cash money.  This complete and ready to go inkjet and toner printer copier fax cash register cartridge business is just perfect for the beginner in business.
John was very pleased with the inkjet and toner cartridge business because it could be run right out of his home office and he already owned most everything he needed.  John reasoned that the inkjet and toner cartridge refill refilling business was a fantastic money maker because he had done his own local research as recommended by the business plan makers.
The plan stated that you could start your own home based inkjet and toner printer copier fax and cash register cartridge business and with a very minimum amount of cash start earning money.  In fact, one of the plans offered was only $39.95 and it was on sale for only twenty five bucks.
The plans were designed so that the average guy or gal could start small in their spare time (part-time) and allow the profitable business to mushroom into something much larger (full-time) and even more profitable.  John learned about all five small business inkjet and toner cartridge plans and decided on one of the larger plans.  John decided he wanted to start his cartridge business and truly wanted to cash in on this fabulous inkjet and toner cartridge business.  John knew he was a new comer in business but the plans were well respected and the free sample plan already helped him learn and earn at the same time.
John found out that the old-fashioned mail order business wasn't dead at all but it had changed forms.  The internet allowed the old fashioned mail order business to gain new ground and make millionaires every day.  He had noticed that very few catalogs are received by U.S. Mail any longer because that distribution had been taken over by the internet.  There was no SEARS catalog and there wasn't going to be one next year.
Like so many other beginners within the inkjet and toner cartridge business he was enterprising but didn't have a lot of cash money to start his business.  John had been on unemployment for a while and the past due bills were starting to plague him as there was no new job in sight.  He owned his home but had to sell his boat and his wife wouldn't be driving a Cadillac next time around.  John had worked his way up in the company from a supervisor to a manager but his employer was having a rough time during the recession.  John received his lay-off pink slip about four months ago so spending a lot of money would never be part of the plan.
John found out about NDITC by doing a Google Search and started reading the many articles about the inkjet and tonercartridge business.  He found out that millions of dollars are spent every year right inside his own small town.  He knew he was a beginner but he truly thought that he had found the ideal home based small business idea.
Inkjet and Toner printer cartridges enjoyed a very large market and the business segment was growing and growing.  The expected profit margins were really good when he discovered that you could buy a brand new factory compatible inkjet cartridge for less than one dollar and sells for twenty five dollars.  He wrote down what he liked about the NDITC plans and their projected outcomes;
1. Perfect mail order business.
2. Everything can be drop-shipped.
3. No inventory required.
4. Large market and growing.
5. Offers up a great profit margin.
6. Just the thing for repeat sales.
7. Could purchase in small quantities.
8. Factory cartridge warranties and guarantees.
9. Internet based.
10. 100% ownership of the business.

John followed the free plan NDITC 1302-1776  instructions and did a lot of research online and he even went to all the local stores. We would suggest that you follow John's lead and complete your own research before you buy any of the NDITC New Deal Ink and Toner small business inkjet and toner cartridge business plans.  You'll feel better just like John did before he completed the NDITC paperwork and sent in his plan payment.

Visit these web sites and search inkjet cartridge prices.

Search the retail inkjet price for;

BROTHER inkjet cartridge Brother LC61 Black Ink Cartridge

John kept up the research and visited all the web based cartridge outlets like and and started comparing the retail prices with the projected wholesale prices.

He search the sites for a BROTHER inkjet cartridge Brother LC61 Black Ink Cartridge and noticed that Office Max charged$24.99 each.

He would do the exact same search on the Staples web site and they charged $23.29 for the Brother LC61 Black Ink Cartridge.

John continued with and found out that the Brother LC61 Black Ink Cartridge retailed atOffice Depot for $26.99 each.

He even went to and discovered that Wal-Mart charged $24.44 retail.  He discovered like many others that the Best Buy online price at $23.99 which really wasn't the best buy price on the internet.
The more John looked the more he liked the NDITC inkjet and toner printer cartridge business plans;

Retail Prices BROTHER inkjet cartridge Brother LC61 Black Ink Cartridge

Staples                 $23.29

Office Max           $24.99

Office Depot        $26.99

Wal-Mart            $24.44

Best Buy              $23.99

John quickly noticed that all the major retailers essentially charge the same retail prices for inkjet cartridges, regardless of the brands.

John also knew that he could buy a factory direct inkjet printer cartridge, Brother LC61 Black for one dollar wholesale, yes $1.00 each.

The complete surprise was total.  How in the world could all the big box retailers charge $23.00 to $27.00 for this one little cartridge that John could buy from the factory for $1.00 each?

John would open his profitable inkjet and toner cartridge business.

Inkjet Toner Printer Cartridge Refilling Business, without refilling machines, without franchise fees or complicated contracts.  It's called the New Deal Ink and Toner Company and you can start your own inkjet toner cartridge business in a matter of days.

You can start marketing brand name inkjet and toner printer copier and fax cartridges to dozens if not hundreds of local business owners.  NDITC lets you start your own inkjet and toner printer copier fax cartridge dealership business in a matter of a few days.

The NDITC small business plans never charges you any royalty fees and you never have to buy or lease expensive cartridge refill machines.  The NDITC success-laden home business plans are used all across North America and NDITC is the leader in cartridge consulting.
You receive direct access to real inkjet and laser toner cartridge factories that give you the ability to purchase factory direct inkjet and toner cartridges.  Join the closely knit chain of dealerships and enjoy this money making opportunity for free.

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