# Monday, 01 December 2008

In a pretty awesome one day Cyber Monday deal the nearly brand new Dell Inspiron Mini 9 that went on sale not to long ago is now getting an instant discount putting this little big boy toy at under $300.

The unit normally sells for $349 but for Cyber Monday only they are offering an instant $50 savings putting it at a solid $299 a great deal for a nettop for checking mail etc while your on the go. The only sad part in my eyes is it is the version without windows.

But it comes with the normal goodies that nettops are known for, namely...

  • Intel Atom 1.6GHz CPU, 512MB RAM.
  • 4GB Solid State Drive, Intel graphics.
  • Glossy 8.9-inch LED lit 1280x600 LCD.
  • 802.11b/g WiFi, 10/100 Ethernet.
  • USB, SVGA, 3-in-1 card reader.
  • Ubuntu Linux 8.04.1.
  • Personally I'd be all over the nettop fad if they would take the time to shove in a nVidia or ATI graphics card instead of the intel. I mean really the processors not bad you can get 1gb of ram the size is wicked, but the graphics power makes it a true joke and limits its capability to surfing and mail primarily, which sucks.

    posted on Monday, 01 December 2008 14:59:38 (SA Western Standard Time, UTC-04:00)  #   
    # Tuesday, 25 November 2008

    In a bid for complete openness and starting to discuss the best of ways to earn cash. We've already discussed some basic internet resale, but it's time to discuss a few things a bit more. shady. Today this post is going to go over a bit of a darker way of earning cash namely, High Yield Investment Programs. First thing to understand is that HYIP's are NOT AN INVESTMENT I don't care if it's a program/site that's been up for 5 years it's still a game and nothing more.

    Don't listen to ANYONE whether it be a referrer, a website, a reviewer it doesn't matter don't believe for a second that a HYIP is anything more than the most dangerous game that you've ever delt with. Why should you believe me? Well your talking to a guy that took $30 and turned it into $24,000 and lost it in the same amount of time it took me to log off and log back onto the internet. You see I was on the top of my game I was playing in 5-10 small HYIP games the real game ones that disappear every week or so, but I was only using 10-20$ in each of them.

    The issue was I started to feel safe with 2 of the largest HYIPs of the time, GoldenRocks and 12DailyPro. I eventually expanded both programs to close to $12,000 each, remember is started in these programs compounding from $30 at 40-50% every 2 weeks or so for over a year, things were going well. It came down to adrenaline over the course of that year I lost sight of just how at risk that money was. One week the day after I redeposited all $12,000 GoldenRocks disappeared with promises that they were coming back, that never came to be. 12DailyPro was shutdown by the SEC completely and they confiscated everything with the promise of returning money only to have 8 emails from US lawyers with legal fees in the hundreds of thousands of dollars for them to work to "do right by the investors" the fact is had the SEC not stepped in their would have been a lot of rich people instead their were a lot of broke people.

    Now why did I redeposit that $12,000 your asking common sense would have said since it was even a little risk why wasn't I siphoning off some of the cash out of the investing into my pocket. Well the reason is pretty simple it's hard to take cash out of something that makes 50% profit every 2 weeks. I mean those 2 weeks were going to make me $6,000 just for those 2 little weeks. It was truly greed that forces people to keep reinvesting and inevitably loosing everything.

    So here is my suggestion to you play with them if you want the chance to make a quick buck, but always keep in mind that the moment you invest your money, it's gone! Don't count on it ever coming back because the chances are stacked against you. Be smarter than I was, if you make cash take part of it out always take part of it out, yes the idea that compounding your earnings sounds great the fact of it comes down to is that it's impossible to compound 0$ which is what every person who "invests" with HYIPs ends up with, remember when it comes to HYIP's online no matter how great they seem your never investing your PLAYING.

    Before the thought gets into your head you're not going to hear a single word or recommendation on which game or sites to play, one reason is that they change far to often for me to give you one that will eventually be available whenever you do decide to try them. The other reason is after loosing all that money I just really don't feel right recommending any no matter how great they appear to be, as I won't be responsible for any of you making a poor choice because of a suggestion I make, I want you all to have the opportunity to make money but I want you to make that choice as informed as is possible.

    posted on Tuesday, 25 November 2008 20:55:07 (SA Western Standard Time, UTC-04:00)  #   
    # Monday, 24 November 2008

    Well this is a pretty decent place to start for our first Resale-Flash, it's not a massive under average pricing but its a decent place to start. This Western Digital SATA Hard Drive WD6400AAKS, it's SATA 3.0GB/s, 7200RPM, and has a 16gb Cache to make it nice and fast. Newegg has this WD 640gb hard drive selling currently for $69.99 which is the lowest price currently I have found the drive for. Beating out everyone else on Google Checkout search.

    The average selling price ranges from 74$ to 105$, that means at 70$ including the free shipping that NewEgg is offering on the item you can make between 4$ and 35$ reselling this item. With the low cost even picking up 1 or 2 of them for resale seems to be a good idea, maybe order one for yourself and expand your own computer while your at it.

    Price Comparison
         Google Checkout Search - ~70$ - ~105$
    EBay - ~73$ - ~99$
         NewEgg (RESALE FLASH) - $69.99 Free Shipping

    posted on Monday, 24 November 2008 08:53:36 (SA Western Standard Time, UTC-04:00)  #   

    If your in the shopping for a new watch, or if you've had a watch forever and just feel the need for a change it might be time to get one. Especially if your a fan of Seiko watches. Amazon's got a massive sale on Men's and Women's Seiko watches, in fact the deal is up to 50% off their regular prices!

    There are currently over 100 models of Seiko watches up for grabs at this deal not all of the watches are going at 50% off but a good deal of them are, all categories are included sports, casual, fancy... Chronograph and Quarts, different watch band styles and different variations of the models. It's a lot to choose from especially for the Seiko lovers out their (which even I know quite a few of them personally.

    Here are a few of the deals that are currently running at amazon right now

    • Seiko Men's Chronograph Black Ion Watch for $425 - $211 sale = $214.
    • Seiko Men's Kinetic Silver-Tone Watch for $350 - $161 sale = $189.
    • Seiko Women's Coutura Diamond Watch for $495 - $239 sale = $256.
    • Seiko Men's Coutura Kinetic Perpetual Watch for $775 - $339 sale = $436.
    • Seiko Men's Kinetic Black Ion Watch for $425 - $198 sale = $227.
    posted on Monday, 24 November 2008 08:35:43 (SA Western Standard Time, UTC-04:00)  #   
    # Friday, 21 November 2008

    Theirs a reason your going to see a lot of "Deal-Flashes" on the site, the fact is that cheap deals especially ones that last only for a short amount of time is the fact that they can easily be flipped and resold for a pretty decent profit in many cases. Not to mention the fact that one effective way to increase your savings in your bank is to spend less cash when it comes to buying things you need.

    Their are many great sites that offer things like our Deal-Flashes and I'm sure they will have many deals that we miss and overtime we will probably do a few deal site reviews of our own to discuss which sites you should really keep an eye on.

    On top of this we're also playing around with the idea of how best to manage the deal flashes as this is just the beginning of the new site, eventually I plan to also roll out something along the lines of "Resale-Flashes" which would basically be confirmed resellable items that you can make a profit off of with items reselling on ebay, or just generally via your own online store. These Resale Flashes will show the price that we found the item for as well as further information such as the Low/High/Average price found online as well as the price that the items are available for on eBay.

    As the Resale-Flashes are kind of the golden deals there will probably be fewer of them over time but they will come eventually and of course they will most likely be time sensitive but we're going to try to bring them to you as often and as quickly as possible so that you can easily react to them and earn a bit of cash.

    posted on Friday, 21 November 2008 13:07:27 (SA Western Standard Time, UTC-04:00)  #   

    Ok this is a big deal especially when the fact is that many 500gb drives are currently selling for $100 and 1tb sell for closer to 150$ the fact that Buy.com is offering the FD G-Force 1TB Hard Drive with external enclosure for only $99 after rebate it's a stunning deal. To top things off it's also got free shipping so you really are only gonna end up spending $99 a great deal for quickly upgrading your computers storage.

    It's actually a pretty good drive overall with all the standard features such as Dual Interface (eSATA & USB 2.0), 7200RPM, 16MB all in a very Mac-esque external case. I'm pretty sure it's some oem drive inside but at this price it really doesn't matter at this rate you could get 2tb for about the same price as you'd normally get 1 or 1.5tb that's a pretty big deal for those media junkies like myself. The only draw back to this great price is the fact that part of the discount comes in the form of a mail-in rebate but even at the $119.99 without the rebate it's still a great deal.

    posted on Friday, 21 November 2008 13:02:09 (SA Western Standard Time, UTC-04:00)  #   

    In a bid to get things rolling on the site I've got a pretty great deal, a Apple Airport Express M9470LL/A available for the same cost as a crappy Linksys! Ok these aren't the new 802.11n model but considering how tiny and effective these little guys are it's a great deal. They normally sell for $100 and today they have a $40 discount clearance sale over at MacMall.

    For those that don't know the M9470LL/A acts as bouth a standard WiFi access point or router as well as giving remote access for a iTunes music collection. This specific model that's up for sale has 802.11a/b/g connectivity, both an ethernet port and a USB port, and 3.5mm audio minijack for analog and optical digital sound. The wicked part is this is all built into the power supply in one piece.

    As usual it comes with the bevy of security features WPA/WPA2, WEP and is fully supported on PC and MAC a like. All necessary software is included and has a full year AppleCare warranty.

    Definitly a great deal over at MacMall for $59.99.

    As a note you can also get free shipping if your total order is over $99+ for a limited time and of course since it's a clearance sale while supplies last.

    posted on Friday, 21 November 2008 12:41:26 (SA Western Standard Time, UTC-04:00)  #   
    # Wednesday, 20 July 2005

    After a lot of thought I've decided that Profitcorp should be a bit more active so i plan to use the site as a bit of a sounding board for all things that have a chance of turning a bit of profit for you and me, as well as ideas that anyone can put into practice in these hard times to save a bit. So we'll also be posting things like great deals and other issues.... As I'm still busy working on my other sites and getting this site up to speed, be patient eventually the posts will pick up a good bit

    For those of you that enjoyed the old site don't fret the old site is still fully available if you just click "old site" over on the right side menu :)

    posted on Wednesday, 20 July 2005 03:00:00 (SA Western Standard Time, UTC-04:00)  #