The Simplest biz is a middleman business model that John Charles Wilker came up with. Basically he just flips pallets. Wooden pallets specifically. And while it’s not the most glamorous of gigs, he’s been able to do it for 23 years and counting…getting paid well too I might add. You see, there’s over 2.5 BILLION pallets in the US. They’re driven all over the country to costo’s and other big grocery stores. He also gets 95% of his pallets for free and doesn’t have to worry about storing them. He simply finds the businesses that need them and he just ships them.
Ok, the math checks out, but why get into this? Did you know that over 85% of all commerce is moved on pallets? If you really thing about it, the world actually runs on pallets and orders for them are placed week after week like clockwork. If I were a betting man, I’d wager almost everything in your home was on a pallet at one time or another. What’s cool about this simple model specifically is that you literally don’t have to worry about the internet. No storage worries. And the pallets go straight from supplier to buyer.
Yep, just A -> B. As it should be for everything else. You also get to keep a higher profit margin because you never have to worry about the storage cost. Now the pallet flipping industry has pallets of all sorts of different sizes, sometimes you can do mixed loads to spice things up. One of the greatest parts is that you don’t need employees, and again, let me reiterate, no tech skills! Just passive income. “I multiply myself in a manner where I’m getting paid not for my time, but how many of these units can I move in a couple hours,” John explains.
The only real overhead John ever had was the truck he bought for $3600 around 7 years ago. If you wanted, you could just rent a truck. Take a step back and think about the internet right now. If you’ve read my blog for any amount of time, you’ve probably seen the stats of how most the commerce in the world is now happening online, and everything that ever gets shipped goes on pallets. If they didn’t, the world would come to a stand still. So if this opportunity is so great, why not just stick under the radar and keep the money to yourself?
Not to mention you could probably figure something like this out on your own like John did. But that could take you a few years. Like the other gurus, John has “done the heavy lifting for you” by finding all the businesses, their needs, the problems they need solving, etc. He says he can walk you through all that, even if you’re in another country.
John believes that this opportunity is only going to continue to get bigger and bigger. We’re talking hockey stick growth. That’s why he’s willing to share all these secrets. Success in this biz won’t come overnight, but it will come if you put in the hard work. “The thing about this business that I’ve always loved, growing it for myself over all these years, is I can execute a few orders in the morning and I’m done by, you know, ten, eleven o’clock. Sometimes nine. Sometimes I’m on the golf course by nine.”
Just picture for a second if you were the guy who was transferring 250 pallets at 5 bucks a pop. That’s $1250 for being the middleman. No boss, no commute, no being tied to an hourly rate. You’re simply just brokering the deal. John’s program is called The Simplest Biz and will set you back about $2,997. Occasionally you might get lucky and land one of his promotions where he sells it for a thousand off at $1,997.