How Your Retail Business Profits By Selling Amsoil
If you own a retail business that sells any brand of lubrication products and/or services any type of equipment, components or vehicles Amsoil has a unique business opportunity where you can earn income 3 different ways. This opportunity can’t be touched or compared to by any other oil company and it is in your best interest to learn as much about this system as possible. It isn’t a difficult system to follow and other than maintaining your Amsoil Dealership for a $30.00 annual fee there is zero capital investment on your part.
The main key to capitalizing on this opportunity is to understand how money moves through Amsoil, which is directly related to how commissions are paid on your total volume. As I mentioned before income is earned 3 different ways and they are:
- Retail profits from your business, this is where you buy directly through your own Amsoil Dealership at wholesale then retail the product to your customers (you must own and operate a business with a public access)
- You will also earn commissions directly from Amsoil even from your own purchases that you resale to your retail customers
- Commissions are also earned through separate accounts, which you wholesale Amsoil to (examples below)
As an owner of a retail business you are in a position that you can both retail and wholesale Amsoil and you can do this without having to control or manage an inventory of products. If you are already moving a significant amount of lubricants through your business then it’s at least worth it to compare what your profits would be if you became an Amsoil Dealer and purchased the products from yourself and see what your commissions would be.
Most Amsoil Dealers wouldn’t even think of offering you this option because they would prefer to just sign you up as a retail account (which is completely different than being an Amsoil Dealer) and move on. Yes, there are commissions involved when an Amsoil Dealer registers your business, however it isn’t fair to prospective business owners if you don’t present all the options available.
The bottom line is you make more money being in the retail business by becoming an Amsoil Dealer and not just signing up to be a retail account, you would be leaving way too much money on the table. As I mentioned earlier about the 3 ways to earn money and more specifically through separate accounts, which I will assist you in getting once you meet all my qualifications, which we will go over when we have our first appointment.
What are these separate accounts? They are generally going to be commercial accounts, which are going to be businesses that operate some sort of fleet. This can be a landscape company, heating and AC companies, farmers or even fire departments. All of the examples I’ve just given are actual accounts I service and I will show you exactly how I acquired them.
Here is another great article on how retailers can make money with Amsoil.
There are numerous ways to earn income from Amsoil you just need to find what works best for you, this article might be of some interest to you: How I make money
Steve Tarini-Amsoil Executive Direct Jobber-You may also contact me through my personal email at: firstname.lastname@example.org