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I'm thinking about signing up as a dealer. Who has any advice? I know there are probably some dealers on here, Should I sign up with someone near me, or one of the "powerhouse" dealers you find on the internet, or someone here?? What are the advantages or disadvantages? and, HOW MUCH MONEY CAN A GUY MAKE?

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started using a month ago, so far so good, do the 6 month gig first, start talking it up, see what comes outta it, moneys pretty tight now for most folks, and their oil is pricey, even with its pluses. my 2 cents





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i love my amsoil and plan to continue using it.

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I'm a preferred customer.
I get the product at dealer prices.

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Amsoil is made from baby seals.




























































Just kidding. Amsoil's good stuff!

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I don't know about how much money you can make? But, until my recent purchase of several gallons of Repsol. I used Amsoil 10-40 exclusively for years.

It's better to have loved and lost than live with the psycho for life!
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Amsoil is made from baby seals.




























































Just kidding. Amsoil's good stuff!

I'm in!!!! I hate baby seals!!! ( Well, they do make great burgers!)
(really, I'm only kidding)
Anyway, thanks for advice. Probably sign up and see what I can do with it.

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My dad became a dealer just for the savings on his oil. With 4 cars, 2 tractors, a boat and a motorcycle, it was worth the annual fee. Plus he makes a bit selling to friends. The distribution warehouse is approx 90 miles away, so he uses this as an excuse to ride there and pick up his oil.

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It is funny that I use Amsoil in the 1200REX and Mobil1 15w50 in the 1100 Rex and my beemer.
Next year when her 919 gets enuf miles to use synthetic I think I will put the used oil from the Kawi's and beemer in it. I hate to spoil the wife and her bike to much.

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I'm thinking about signing up as a dealer. Who has any advice? I know there are probably some dealers on here, Should I sign up with someone near me, or one of the "powerhouse" dealers you find on the internet, or someone here?? What are the advantages or disadvantages? and, HOW MUCH MONEY CAN A GUY MAKE?

FYI ricko. I just placed my order for more Amsoil and I used you and your wife as a referring dealer


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I need to order some oil and it might as well be Amsoil - should I search for a local dealer or is there a less expensive/preferred route?

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I need to order some oil and it might as well be Amsoil - should I search for a local dealer or is there a less expensive/preferred route?

I just ordered on their website and put down Rick and his wife as the referring dealer. His site link is at the bottom of his signature


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FYI ricko. I just placed my order for more Amsoil and I used you and your wife as a referring dealer
WOOHOO!!!! Thanks for the business!.

Contact me for AMSOIL products!

www.rmbsynthetics.com

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I need to order some oil and it might as well be Amsoil - should I search for a local dealer or is there a less expensive/preferred route?
You can sign up as a prefered customer on my website, for $10.00 for 6 months, and save around 25%. Thanks...

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WOOHOO!!!! Thanks for the business!.
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You can sign up as a prefered customer on my website, for $10.00 for 6 months, and save around 25%. Thanks...
How do I go about doing this? I'll be running Amsoil all the time in the FZ1 so I'll be back periodicly


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Your welcome rick...


How do I go about doing this? I'll be running Amsoil all the time in the FZ1 so I'll be back periodicly

Let me work on that. The link on my website isn't working. And the link on the Amsoil corporate site isn't working. I'll figure it out and let you know. You should be able to go the www.rmbsynthetics.com and click on the
"Preferred
Customer Options -
Save Money -
Register and Order
Products Instantly
Online or by
Phone Ordering"

link on the upper left hand corner, and go from there. But its not working properly right now. I think you can call in and sign up, and give them referal # 1670897. Phone # 1-800-956-5695, but I've never done it that way.

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Cool...Thanks rick


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Cool...Thanks rick
Website fixed. click on the link and follow the directions. $10.00 and you pay what I pay. What a deal?

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Excellent. Thanks Rick


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Man I wish I knew that when I placed my order last night...Oh well. I'll get set up on that next time around. Thanks again


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