Have you heard of ups-gprs?
March 13, 2013 11:18am CST
hi guys, i have recently been doing some research on home based online business and i came across unified products and services- the networking arm of global pinoy remittance and services. i have been comparing it to its competitors like vmobile and 1bro and i find it better than the other 2 because not only its services loading but remittances, bills payment and airline ticketing both international and domestic. since it is also networking you earn a lot when someone signs up under you. What draws me is that their partners are big companies both local and international and the products very sellable. What i wanna know is there anyone of you who have tried this? How long does it take for you to get back the capital plus the profit?
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13 Mar 13
hi barbara, long time... good to see you round here.... well if you live in the Philippines this is very much a good way to earn because you can do it online and at homing in the selling electronic prepaid load for cellphones, internet game cards and more. but again most of the services are intended for transacting within the philippines only.
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14 Mar 13
Hi there candy, i have never heard of this, the last similar was that of the networking in Ortigas but too many have joined and its like everyone's loading everyone else. :D hehe but sound good if you do have a network of people that needs loads and game cards. good luck on this. thanks for sharing!
17 Mar 13
i have heard of UPS-GPRS. I was interested and contacted them. After thoroughly looking through their products and services, I realized that unless you are in a really great location and use it as a supplement to your current business, joining them is okay. You can earn more by referring their products to potential entrepreneurs. You can say it is an affiliate marketing. i like the remittance and the ticketing service and that's what got me interested. FYI... haven't joined nor purchased their product yet. The product is just 14,999 (or something like that) and Return of Investment (ROI), depends on how fast you can refer your products to others. Unfortunately, they have not indicated other possible expenses you might incur, like rent, renovation, security (because it is a remittance center and bills payment too), computer, etc. Let's just say all in all, you can incur more than 100 thousand for all of these. I don't know if they are conducting seminars, i guess they're not because they're not franchising. I've seen one near our place so our location is already off. I suggest to start slow. you can offer e-loading business first while offering their simpack, then bills payment, then remittance, etc. Their product is cheaper than Vmobile. goodluck!
• Pamplona, Spain
13 Mar 13
Hello candy, Never heard of this one. Have heard of other similar like in this Country but that is about it. Hope you can make it work out for you and you get to earn all you need and want good luck gal.xxx