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    Website Broker Script - avoid?

    Somebody just joined Empire Avenue and they're plugging this as useful for Flippa - inetinfotech.com/website_broker_script.html

    Personally, I find the Ingrish descliption a trifle off-putting, so I'm not going near - but I wondered if anyone has actually tried it.

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    LOL.

    Nowadays millions of websites have been developed over global but for various reasons people are selling their websites, due to time concession.
    I'm not sure why anyone would need anything to help them with Flippa these days. I find it quite easy to glance at the "ending soon" listings. There's very rarely anything of interest. Mostly it's just churned out turnkeys and clones.

    I like the way if you look at the "rentel" [sic] part of their site, you can hire a Porsche for about four quid a day. It sounds a bit too good to be true.

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    I liked their picture of a Volkswagen Polo - a bit more expensive than the Porsche, though, at about 50 a day.

    Presumably they're just demonstrating the script for people interested in setting up their own rental business, but in my opinion it makes them look less professional. As do the AS ads on the page - aren't they making enough from their own sales?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kay View Post
    I find it quite easy to glance at the "ending soon" listings. There's very rarely anything of interest. Mostly it's just churned out turnkeys and clones.
    Perhaps this system is where they come from - the EAv ticker is FLIPPACLONE .

    I'm not sure what they are offering, though - is it a scripting system, or a HowTo guide? Whatever, I'm including me out.

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