overly dependant on me

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Dear my Prefix amigos: My message to you today included bad news with the assurance that Prefix can advance with a modified version of its business model. If the time comes to allocate credit Brett is entitled to credit. Brett is a payment-gateway broker, so instead of being inhouse sales he represents many companies. His relationship with many companies motivated him to investigate the Prefix denial rather than just delivering bad news and kissing us goodbye. No matter how much we tweaked http://www.prefix with no business history Prefix would be denied, and as far as US banks are concerned Prefix would be denied forever. Provided we get Prefix off the ground we can begin to consider multiple devices and more comprehensive coverage, but until then all payments must be process though one device, and the only person authorized to operate that device will be me. It is not my nature to have anything or anybody so dependant on me with urgent matters, but it’s the best alternative considering the goal of getting Prefix off the ground now. The sooner all three of us consider and discuss intimate details of payments the better off we’ll be. I’ll begin researching merchant-processing devices with consideration of battery power, and portability. I also have to seriously consider how you get 911 access to me while getting my missed notifications as close to zero as possible. Part of consideration is being prepared to miss sales, because I can’t be reached. I’ll do my best to minimize missed sales, but with our startup overly dependant on me missed sales are sure to be something other than zero. I have yet to sign Brett’s new agreement, but I expect to sign it mañana, ciao Tomas »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us


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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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