How To Make Money Selling Drugs
Well from Cooke's documentary it's as easy as pie if you have the right connections. Your starting position as an up and coming dealer will be working the streets. It will be your job to sell enough product so that you can recoup your initial investment and rapidly start stacking money for future bail.
You can expect to make an average of $1000 a day if you are moving the right products. The tricky part is doing all this without attracting negative attention from law enforcement or any of your competitors.
The competition of course is nothing to worry about, as long as you have a pistol handy or a few of the roughest toughest bad arses you can find. You'll need them to protect your investment because when your making money, someone else is losing it.
From there if you're good, you can move up to a private retail position which will allow you to make bigger sales to the private network you've developed over time. Now one thing you'll want to remember along your journey is that customer service is everything. If you treat your customers right, they will pay your bills for many years to come.
So by the time you've hit this phase and are able to make $70 in a 5 minute phone call, you're ready to look at buying larger quantities. You know things like pounds and kilos depending on your product of sale. But before you can do that, you would be wise to affiliate yourself with some key players in your local community. For without allies, you will quickly find your demise.
Still want to make money selling drugs? Well if you do, you'll need to watch the rest of Cooke's documentary ^_^
The Risk Of Selling Drugs
Now we've all seen what kinds of dangers a dealer can face such as death or jail, but did you know how corrupt it gets as you climb to the top?
In the beginning, you just had to worry about an addict hitting you over the head to steal your stash and now you have to worry about cops putting drugs in your car.
Don't take our word for it, listen to the actual cocaine dealers like Freeway Rick Ross in the documentary, he'll tell you all about it.
You'll be surprised at just how effective counter-surveillance can be, but you're still too fresh in the game to worry about that just now. You're also probably too green to even begin thinking of getting a NARC like Barry Cooper to play for your team.
The Cycle Of The Drug Game
One of the most interesting aspects of this documentary was talk of the perpetuating cycle within the drug game. Think about it, with all the money they make from trying to stop drugs from coming into the country, how much of that is the government actually willing to part with?
So on one side of the table, the police departments receive millions each year to stop drugs, but they lose money if they actually stop it. Looks like all the drug raids and frivolous traffic stops are not to stamp out drugs, but to make more money from drugs.
It's pretty freaking wild and you'll see all that and more in Cooke's documentary, "How To Make Money Selling Drugs".
After Watching, How To Make Money Selling Drugs..
We had to sit back and take it all in, in fact, we're still trying to process everything discussed. We listened to dealers, addicts, lobbyists and even drug czars speak their politics throughout the 90+ minute documentary.
And then on top of all that you hear how the demand for pills like Vicodin, Xanax and Oxycontin has grown over the years. Seems like everyone's got their hand out for a piece of the pie.
So it's up to you now. Do you want to know "How To Make Money Selling Drugs"?
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