How To Make Honest Money At Home Assembling Disciples Crosses
There are countless programs on the internet promising to make you rich. The only problem is it normally works the other way around and you end up making them rich. The work at home programs are normally the most notorious. So when I first came across the disciples cross website I was more than a little bit skeptical. After some thorough research I decided to buy their starter kit. Two years have gone by and it was the best investment I have ever made.
Disciples cross was founded by John Raymond in the early 90s. John is a pastor of new horizon Christian Fellowship in Slidell, Louisiana. John had been assembling these handmade crosses for years when he made an appearance on the TV show Survivor: Thailand. While on the show John wore his disciples cross necklace and it became wildly popular. Ever since then the demand for his necklaces has been so strong he needed assistance.
Through John’s website www.disciplescross.com you can order all the supplies you need to make the handmade crosses. The great thing about his business model is that you can sell them back to him or on your own. The starter kit can be bought for $69.95. This kit includes an instructional DVD that shows you step-by-step how to assemble the disciples cross. It also includes enough material to assemble 25 crosses. And after you assemble eight units the $69.95 is refunded to you. The buyback program is limited to 400 crosses per person, per week. Currently they pay to 2.25 per cross. This breaks down to $1.00 for material reimbursement and $1.25 for labor. If you decide to use the buyback program your crosses must undergo a thorough quality inspection. From my experience they are a little bit picky but I have sold hundreds of crosses back to them.
The key to making lots of money with this program is selling them for $5.00 apiece locally. My first 25 crosses were sold to friends for $5.00 apiece. I prefer to sell them on my own to consignment shops, bookstores, churches and flea markets .There is also a 30 day money back guarantee in case you’re not happy with the program.
As far as assembling goes I use three tools. I use one pair of longneck pliers, one pair of 10 inch curved jaw locking pliers and a pair of wire cutters. Most of these tools can be bought right off the website. I buy my acrylic coating off www.createforless.com. A great resource that includes many helpful tips on assembly is Carolinacross.com. There is also an affiliate program, but I am not very savvy with marketing. Overall this program works, but you have to be willing to work hard and make the crosses correctly.
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