Is it legal? - Posted by Eric Pope

Posted by David P. Butler on August 06, 2003 at 21:46:51:

Hello Eric,

Essentially… all of them. A little more to it than that, but not much - and no way to spend time covering more than one perhaps… much less all 50.

But here’s a good place to start…

NO! - Here’s The Deal!

A License To Hunt???


Incorrect Conclusion

Also… enter the word “licensing”, “license”, and even state names “ohio”, “indiana”, “florida”, “texas”, “oklahoma”, “california”, etc… and you’ll pull up more specific discussion on those states.

That being said… while I encourage folks to think of the whole country as your playing field, I don’t think much of a marketing plan that focuses on trying to scour the country when for most folks, the bulk of their success is built on developing a strong foundation within a 100 to 200 mile radius of where they live.

Not sure what you are doing, or what may be good or bad about it - but, something tells me you are really missing a beat somewhere along the line, if you are working a solid marketing plan but achieving no results. My guess is that there is a “hole” in your marketing plan, or in your presentation - in the mix.

I’d start by really taking a good look at exactly what you are doing, and how consistent you are in doing it.

Hope that helps, and best wishes for your success!

David P. Butler

Is it legal? - Posted by Eric Pope

Posted by Eric Pope on August 03, 2003 at 22:28:25:

I have been researching sellers and sending cards and letters for months (8) now with no success. I live in a region where three states meet and I want to know if I can market anywhere. More specifically, which states can I flip notes in without a brokers licence? I want to go nationwide in my search.