announcing affiliate backend

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Hola amigo: My blog archive has a series of posts related to my effort to sell shipping services.  The theme of incompetents that ran through the series is a product of the company’s start up.  This company may be one of the first with this business model that leverages the large discount given to high-volume shippers for profit, so it was not a simple startup.  The complexities are a product of a customized business model.  The key question is whether or not the start up is complete, and the good performance they’ve shown lately remains steady.  My confidence is growing, and I’ll be open with my remaining doubts.  A list of good things: ONE: all packages (even from the start summer 2013) reached the destination with functioning tracking  TWO: DHL, Fedex, and UPS recognize this company as a legitimate second marker of their services, and my inquiries on specific packages are treated as if the service were purchased directly from DHL, Fedex, or UPS  THREE: the new affiliate backend is now functioning.  My affiliate backend, which will become our affiliate backend has a shipment, and it appeared instantly.  If you register a client, and that business makes its first shipment, you’ll be able to see without delay the package tracking number, and the commission earned.  If the client is doubtful, then the first shipment can be a test shipment, and the tracking will allow you to report to the client the package arrived at its destination.  The twice-monthly payments plus international payments creates a delay in the commission payments, but there is no delay in viewing commission earned.  I have included the link, and username and password to view the affiliate backend, and you can share it with caution (any user can change profile information including password, so a password change could lock us out of the account.)  ur amigo, Tomas »» about me  201-490-9659  Erika mortified  contact us

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