Liberty Dollar Network Is Buying Products and Overstocks
Small Manufacturers and Distributors can make extra money on leftovers and more
By: Liberty Dollar Network
Liberty Dollar General Store is an online e-commerce website that offers products to users of the new currency, opening a market to American businesses that can lead to substantial increases in profitability. All it takes is to become a vendor and sell products for electronic Liberty Dollars (eLD) through the website, and the company charges only a 10% commission. By accepting eLD in payment for their products, vendors can either use them to buy other items from the site, purchase materials for further production, or as incentives to customers to build substantial loyalty.
"We've designed a system that allows our merchants and distributors to offer our eLD as Reward Points and Bonuses, which will encourage them to come back to get more," says Wayne Hicks, Marketing Director for the Network. "This will encourage other merchants to accept them, as well, so that the customers will want to get more all the time and return to where they are offered."
The new program also gives small companies a way to get value out of overstocks and seconds, because LDG will buy them outright with Liberty Dollars to offer for resale.
"No matter what products you might be selling, no matter how big or small your operation, we want to buy what you want to sell," Wayne says. "We pride ourselves on offering good deals to our customers who love Liberty Dollars, and buying from Liberty Dollar supporters is the best way to be of benefit to everyone."
Factories, distributors, farms, craft shops and anyone with products of their own are encouraged to contact Wayne or Travis, the LDG Manager, to start selling for Liberty Dollars and getting the intrinsic value of silver that backs the currency. You can reach both of them at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling 888-421-6181, and you can visit https://libertydollargeneral.com for more information.
Wayne Hicks email@example.com
Travis Best firstname.lastname@example.org