Do you plan to buy a vehicle in Nigeria or importing same for use or sale? Either for use or sale, you could save yourself good amount of money, and could make a living by buying for others!
Firstly, making extra income from buying a car. Secondly, a sustained means of livelihood.
He explained why he preferred Toyota Camry 2005 over Toyota Corolla of same grade.
As a promoter of Cut Cost Car Importation Blueprint, I immediately introduced it to him.
5 days after my friend paid the total sum, Shina found a perfect Toyota Camry 2005 that
fitted within that budget. He bought and shipped it immediately using same guide inside his 3CIB.
This is the car below:
Shina sent in a Whatsapp message few days after informing me that the car has arrived Apapa.
Imagine if my friend had gone to pay ₦1.7m. He would have gotten the car instantly though, but would have had his whole ₦300,000 also squandered, which could be put to another use.
All my friend had to do was wait just 4 weeks for the car to arrive. The main objective of featuring this report on blog.ngplr.com is:
If you want to buy a clean Tokunbo (used) car, and save from ₦300k to ₦1m or more, all you
need is a patience of 4 – 6 weeks plus a copy of Cut Cost Car Importation Blueprint
Let’s say you only help people with average priced cars like this Toyota Camry 2005, etc. And you charge a service fee of ₦150k per car. If you only get 1 client per 2 months, that is 6 clients in a year, that’s an extra ₦900,000 for you. Isn’t that worth much more than the ₦15,000 you paid to get the knowledge?
NB: Shina’s full contact information is also available in the blueprint if you will ever need his personal help and guidance.