Financial Matters

My personal debt experience, I talk about possible solutions, and my personal result and views.

Is car ownership going away?

By |October 22nd, 2017|

The door might be closing on the value of owning an older car outright. I know this is not groundbreaking,  but the cost of ownership of even cheaper cars has gone way up, I wondered if it was even worth it to own a car at all. 

I recently went looking to buy an older cheap car, something […]

The Craigslist personals email harvest season is over! [How to harvest email addresses on Craigslist personals]

By |April 21st, 2013|

A job I had recently had was working with a guy that would buy harvested email contacts for singles looking on Craigslist. I would get paid $1.75 for every good email lead I could produce. This is one of my highest earning adcopy producers. This one produced over 80,000 leads

I sold my eBay sellers account on eBay

By |April 17th, 2013|

Can you sell your eBay sellers account on eBay? Yes, Scott R. Asher tells the full story about selling his eBay sellers account on eBay. How much the account sold for, how it went down, dealing with eBay customer support on the transfer of the account.

Cash receipt exchange [website business idea]

By |August 5th, 2012|

What is Cash Receipt Exchange?

There is little doubt of the importance of the receipt. It is easily the most important business idea of the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries. Indeed, the receipt is a powerful document. It is proof of purchase, expense, a paper trail. It is necessary for a refund or to prove expenses. […]

Understanding Micro lending and Microfinance

By |August 5th, 2012|

Micro lending and microfinance are two terms that are often used interchangeably.  Micro lending is making a small loan through a micro finance company to a poor individual from an emerging or third world country.  Microfinance companies establish a local contact in various emerging and third world countries, such as Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bolivia, Cambodia, Ecuador, Honduras, […]

Scott shows you how to manage payment processors for your membership sites

By |April 13th, 2012|

Credit Cards and Merchant Accounts

If you have a paysite, then you need to have a way for your members to automatically pay to join AND a built in way for your members to pay their membership on a recurring basis (generally every month or every 30 days) until they cancel. Of course accepting credit cards […]

Scott show you why niche selection for your membership site is important

By |April 13th, 2012|

Selecting a Market

Picking what market or niche to enter is the hardest part of starting a paysite for most people. No book, guide, or software package can tell you what market to enter, because a book does not know what your passions or expertise’s are. If there was a way to say “Click here and […]

Scott Asher shows you how to add value to the content of your membership site.

By |April 13th, 2012|

How your content looks is sometimes more important than the content itself. This is because presentation counts for a lot when people try to figure out the value of the information they have purchased. If your articles are just plain text then the perceived value will be extremely low causing lots members to cancel their […]

My review of Sprint service

By |April 8th, 2012|

About 4 days ago, I got a new EVO slider from Sprint. These touch screen phones are beyond me and I gotta tell ya… I am not really impressed with the consumer experience up to this point. However, what is interesting about this story is… My wife and I have been Sprint customers for about seven years! But after going though […]

Why broke people have bad credit

By |April 8th, 2012|

This might not be much of a revelation to many of you, but I offer you this explanation.

The reason people with no money have bad credit is, broke people have no expendable income making it difficult to pay unforeseen cost. So what happens is, the company in retaliation for not being paid marks the credit […]

How to Save $240 Per Year on Haircuts

By |April 8th, 2012|

Things you’ll need:


1 Imagine saving an hour of your time and a cool twenty dollars per month by cutting your own hair. It’s easier than you think and luckily “bald” is the new black. Go to your local drugstore and pick up a heavy duty pair of clippers. The average haircut costs $15 and there’s […]

Change your financial outlook with this simple tip.

By |April 8th, 2012|

I have a friend that is second to none when it come to advise on almost any subject. He once offered me a tip that rocked my bottom line to its very core.

Going out to eat might be the single most expensive thing we do, the wife and I decided one day to not eat-out once in a calender year. […]

Where to find the best price?

By |April 8th, 2012|

Last week my wife bought our dog Haley a new pet bed. She went to Petco and picked one up for $20. It was too small, so we took it back and found a bigger one for the same price at Farm & Home. We were at Ross, dress for less, look like a mess […]