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Discussion in 'Making Money Online' started by daytrader, Oct 25, 2012.

  1. daytrader

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    I recently set up my online store in partner with my Korean friend who'll supply me fashion products as a consignee. For now I will just provide services within our City and delivering the items for Free as long as its just within the city. Do you think using a bike to deliver the items is decent? Can't spend more for gas. :D
     
  2. GeekGhost

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    I think it all depends on the distance and whether you can deliver the products safely (in terms of not damaging during transport). Maybe consider a moped or scooter as well? Very good on gas and you can cover longer distances.
     
  3. albert george

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    I agree with you.But you can use any transport either its bike or scooter.I don't think so there is any problem.What you say?regarding which you want to say exactly these words.
     
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    I might concider it though, scooter seem cheap. :D
     
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    To be honest I don't think people care how a product is delivered as long as it is delivered in good shape and in a timely manner.
     
  6. 2misi.com

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    Delivering items using bike or scooter messenger surely can cut back some expenses and also adding some unique factors over your business. Good luck.
     

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