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I don't think the business I bought is worth what I originally agreed it was worth.

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  • I don't think the business I bought is worth what I originally agreed it was worth.

    I purchased a business almost a year ago and found it hard to make the monthly payments to the person I bought it from. They did allow me to reduce the payments which I still struggled to pay so they allowed me to further reduce the payments.

    I am still finding it hard to make repayments and I have now decided that the price we originally agreed for the business, was too much. Could anyone tell me where I stand and is there any way I could get the original agreed price reduce to suit what I think the business is actually worth.
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  • #2
    I don't think it's real. You better think about how to develop your business.


    • #3
      I don't think so either


      • #4
        If we talk about a good and thriving business project then I immediately think of MLM companies that this year have become real giants in the global market for the promotion and development of small and start-up businesses and entrepreneurial strategies. It seems to me that the best examples of an effective company are abodycandle.com which helped me and many others to improve the quality of the product and the entire store online. This is a great investment to improve your product, believe me
        Last edited by dgraham; 17th September 2020, 19:35:PM.


        • #5
          I also think that you will not be able to reduce the cost of the business and you better think about the possibility of its development and come up with a good marketing strategy. Choose social media marketing such as Instagram or that suits your needs, specify what products and services you sell, what your industry and target audience is. The best way to do analysis is with sharemyinsights.com where you can identify influencers and leaders in your niche and check how many followers they have and tell tons of followers.


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