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If i invest in a online adult franchise will i really profit of it?

If i invest in a online adult franchise will i really profit off it?

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How to Buy a Business

Why bump an 8 month old thread?

Feb 20, 2010
Marcella M.
International Pan, Inc.
Nassau County, NY

Clarence, Feel free to contact me for more info. I own several adult sites and have many affiliate programs that you may be interested in.

Feb 18, 2010
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How to Buy a Business

Funny question. Who pays for online porn?

Probably the same people who pay for air.

My advice is find a legit business that serves a need and doesn't make you lie about what you really do at family get-togethers.

Aug 13, 2009
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Small Business Underwriters

Well Clarence, the good news is that porn is one of the online businesses that actually does make money. The bad news is that the internet is flooded with it, so making money is not a sure thing. If you have a specific opportunity that you are looking at, I specialize in helping potential buyers analyze financial statements.

Aug 5, 2009
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The BAF Group LLC

Clarence, asking a question like that is impossible to answer. You have given no detail about what an "adult franchise" is all about, how much you would invest, how the people pay for such services, how much they would pay, the legal risks and restrictions, the competition, the cost of maintenance, your own ability to maintain it...and those are just starting questions. If you want to talk about some of the questions involved, I will be happy to do so. (410) 715-0700.

Jul 2, 2009

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