My name is Aaron Goodwin and I am a computer science student. With 4+ years of self-study, and only my college basics, I've taken myself as far as I can on my own, and I'm working to go back to school. To do so while simultaneously starting a professional background, I've been tinkering on a business model for repairing smartphones, & laptops/computers. The goal is to use this home business to save & pay for certification testing, college tuition and expenses.
Currently, for every "cycle" (the entire process from prospecting units to refurbish, to the final sale of the repaired units), a $200 starting investment yields $300 gross. From here, $200 is reinvested and the $100 profit goes towards my college savings fund. If I could start with my goal of $1000 this model is calculated to return close to $1500, of which $1000 gets reinvested and the $500 gets set aside. (After 2-3 cycles, the original $1000 becomes $2000, which yields about $1000 in pure profit, to save or reinvest further).
To show my gratitude for helping get back to school, I will use the first profits to repay donations with interest. After the first 2 cycles, I would have $2000 total, $1000 to reinvest and the other to repay in full everyone's' original donations. After another 2 cycles do this again to payout everyone's interest. In addition complimentary device/computer repair services are offered to investors.
Email me at [email protected] with any questions and thank you for your time!