New Deal Ink and Toner Company

http://www. NewDealInk.Com

I’m no genius but I’m the person responsible for creating the fastest growing and the most profitable inkjet and laser toner printer cartridge business anywhere, and we’re just getting started.

Safekeeping wealth is the primary business of business. Wealth ideas, business ideas and plans are always held in some remote vault or buried inside some inaccessible business plan of the fortune 500 group. Coca-Cola really secures their cola recipe in a vault somewhere in George. Kentucky Fried Chicken KFC really guards all those secrets spices. Companies hide their factories and their manufacturing processes and always guard their technology within the U.S. Governments patent office. They resist leaving tracks to follow and burn every treasure map that indicates where the “X” marks the spot. Corporation board members sign legal agreements not to disclose trade secrets and to never compete. Global international companies have hoards of lawyers waiting to pounce on young Americans that might infringe on some abstract patent or discover that child labor is being used to manufacturer their products. Giant organizations like HP Hewlett Packard, Canon, Epson, Lexmark, Dell, Brother, Apple, Kyocera, Minolta, Okidata, Panasonic, Pitney Bowes, Ricoh, Samsung, Sharp, Toshiba, Xerox, Konica, Lanier, Mita, I.B.M., Olivetti, N.C.R., Fujitsu and dozens of others have been guarding their own inventions, marketing and sales plans, profit margins and manufacturing methods that have created the most wealth in recent times.

These organizational brand names HP Hewlett Packard, Canon, Epson, Lexmark, Dell, Brother, Apple, Kyocera, Minolta, Okidata, Panasonic, Pitney Bowes, Ricoh, Samsung, Sharp, Toshiba, Xerox, Konica, Lanier, Mita, I.B.M., Olivetti, N.C.R., Fujitsu in conjunction with their giant big box retail supply chain partners like Staples Inc. Wal-Mart, Best Buy, Office Depot, Office Max and many more have a lot of secrets. These secrets are trade secrets and their contained within their operating and business plans and their worth their weight in gold.

These organizations combined within the global economy plan on flying as much gold out of your neighborhood and quickly as possible. From the interior of the United States they plan to create printers, copiers, fax machines, cash registers and place them, by the millions, inside of American homes and offices that require inkjet and laser toner printer cartridges by the tens of millions. They plan to place money making machines inside your home and local business offices and so far they’re 220 million printers working inside America today. Each one of these 220 million printers, copiers, fax machines and cash registers require very expensive inkjet or laser toner printer cartridges. These cartridges create billions of dollars in gross revenue and billions in profits. The money is removed from American homes and local business concerns and through the supply chain and financial chain moved back to places like communist China for safekeeping and reinvestment. As consumers of inkjet and laser toner printer cartridges continue to purchase from the big box retail stores the money is leaving the United States and is supporting global empires and foreign jobs by the tens of millions.

Unknown to most of the consumer world some of these products are manufactured, packaged and labeled by child labor. They are made in countries will no environment laws and are destroying the water and air of many foreign nations. Some of these companies take full advantage of no minimum wage laws and not maximum hour laws. They utilize slave-type labor and slave wages to manufacture copiers, faxes, printers and every electronic office machine you can imagine to be exported to the United States and around the world.

These organizational brand names HP Hewlett Packard, Canon, Epson, Lexmark, Dell, Brother, Apple, Kyocera, Minolta, Okidata, Panasonic, Pitney Bowes, Ricoh, Samsung, Sharp, Toshiba, Xerox, Konica, Lanier, Mita, I.B.M., Olivetti, N.C.R., Fujitsu in conjunction with their giant big box retail supply chain partners like Staples Inc. Wal-Mart, Best Buy, Office Depot, Office Max have been collecting cash money right out of your local economy. The government knows about it and your local church knows about it but, nothing ever seems to change. It’s hard to say but they have collected and accumulated so much cash money, converted to gold in China that this injustice cannot be truly estimated.

NDITC New Deal Ink and Toner Company opened for business over ten years ago and seems that we’ve become the capital of change within the inkjet and laser toner printer cartridge industry.


Our founder started off trying to uncover the many trade secrets and climbed every mountain of information to create a blueprint of the global inkjet and toner printer cartridge business segment.

NDITC and the NAND North American Neighborhood Dealership program was the first real-life and real-sized business plan that documented the actual conditions of the market segment.


Our mission was intended solely to find the golden opportunity within the inkjet and laser toner printer cartridge business segment and create a world-class small business opportunity.

On the Chinese side it was clear that cheap slave-type labor was the main motivator for these companies to build or lease their factories in a communist country.


The massive O.E.M.’s Original Equipment Manufacturers moved into warehouses and factories located nearest to rail-heads where the tracks led to the massive Chinese ocean ports and ships being loaded to America.

Practically all the American jobs were exported or exchanged for slave-type labor in China to create these famous name brands.


With laborious labor China built hundreds and then thousands of factories and filled them up with slave-type low cost labor.


By the millions the Chinese people were transported to the new factories and had to live there, sleep there and eat there to make the products we find on American store shelves today.


Proportionately child labor fills the factory and walks the floors for 12 to 16 hours per day and the Chinese government official’s watch over them not to keep them safe but to keep them working.


Outside supply depots from across China bring in raw materials, they create the ink and toner chemicals and at times fly parts, people and money all over the world to keep their evil machine operating and creating wealth.


Bags of money are moved from here and there to keep the communist government officials happy and to make sure that international human rights inspectors print and distribute reports that “things are getting better now”.

The sky-roads are filled with American business owners, supply chain experts, labor management and Wall-street bankers keeping everything together to take more and more money from your own neighborhood.


These roving bands of robbers are now found all over the world and you simply know it as the global economy. The odd belief is that American based companies must use foreign labor to keep the prices down. Just like a farmer that buries the seed the truth is removed from the sunshine of truth. The inkjet and toner printer cartridge market is a global commercial market and the real wealth of your neighborhood is being removed one dollar at a time. The wealth of your government is being exported to China and other parts of the world and you’re in a position that you cannot find another good paying job and your family struggles.

If you could just simply buy gold for a 50 percent discount I think most people would start writing checks. If you can buy cheap labor for a 95% discount most American companies would jump on the financial bandwagon. If you could buy an inkjet printer cartridge for 10 percent of the retail price could this one simple fact position you and your family for wealth creation?

We have formed an American Syndicate or simply an American Gathering of small business owners that want to protect local markets, create jobs and wealth inside of our American neighborhoods. Brand names HP Hewlett Packard, Canon, Epson, Lexmark, Dell, Brother, Apple, Kyocera, Minolta, Okidata, Panasonic, Pitney Bowes, Ricoh, Samsung, Sharp, Toshiba, Xerox, Konica, Lanier, Mita, I.B.M., Olivetti, N.C.R., Fujitsu in conjunction with their giant big box retail supply chain partners like Staples Inc. Wal-Mart, Best Buy, Office Depot, Office Max are located right inside your local commercial centers. They are buying cheap and selling high and you’re paying the price along with your family and friends.

NDITC NAND and the NSRA Non-Store Retailers Association has empowered our clients to buy inkjet and toner printer cartridges at the real factory direct wholesale prices and sell them inside protected zip code selling areas. The inkjet and laser toner printer cartridge market, only a few years ago, was the forbidden land in the hands of the fortune 500 group.

NDITC New Deal Ink and Toner Company

NAND North American Neighborhood Dealerships

NSRA Non-Store Retailers Association

combined will certainly increase your ability to plan, start and sustain your own profitable inkjet and laser toner printer cartridge business.

The modern printer, fax and copier machine can be your way to wealth. NDITC NAND NSRA has been designed to uncover the secrets of the inkjet and laser toner printer cartridge business segment. This tantalizing hunt for wealth creation business plans was not easy and the hunt has been going on for over six years now. The unbelievable wealth waiting for you right inside your local neighborhood is fantastic. In a span of a few days you can get started and in the period of a few weeks you can start making money.

We have, some may say, an incredible story to tell you and it has intrigued many a small business owner that in time became our NDITC client.


Through the ages, even today, people want to discover the gold mine, dive deep to discover treasure under the seas, situate their money to grow within some financial planning scheme and a host of other get rich quick schemes.


So first, let us say that NDITC doesn’t offer any type of get rich quick scheme.


Our NDITC programs are for honest, reliable and hard working people.


You know that you have to till the fertile soil and then we can reap the abundance of profits based on honest business and great products and services.


There is an abundance of cash money to be made in your neighborhood but the federation of global economic and manufacturing kingdoms have pledged to one another to keep you from the treasure.


These giant big box retailers and manufacturers really don’t war on each other but they war against you. There is imposing business architecture in place and their general offices are bulging with profits and other fantastic treasures of every description.

Some of you that are trying to keep up with the industry remember when the empty inkjet and laser toner printer cartridges were all of a sudden exotic fruits that are now worth a fortune.


Every continent had land-fills full of used and chemical filled inkjet and toner cartridges. People were concerned about the waste and environmental potential damage so it was decided that inkjet and toner printer cartridges should be recycled to save the planet.


All at once the war on empty inkjet and laser toner printer cartridges being thrown away was launched. You can imagine that on some dreadful night corporate board rooms were filled with executives trying to figure out how they became part of the evil empire of planet killers. Recycling hit the planet like a massive earthquake and it hit every board room but the volcanic explosion hadn’t hit just yet.

HP Hewlett Packard, Canon, Epson, Lexmark, Dell, Brother, Apple, Kyocera, Minolta, Okidata, Panasonic, Pitney Bowes, Ricoh, Samsung, Sharp, Toshiba, Xerox, Konica, Lanier, Mita, I.B.M., Olivetti, N.C.R., Fujitsu in conjunction with their giant big box retail supply chain partners like Staples Inc. Wal-Mart, Best Buy, Office Depot, Office Max buckled and heaved to come up with some kind of plan to save the planet and please the environmental minded customers.

Consumers found out that the executives inside their corporate temples were also charging them ridiculous dollar amounts for a few drops of ink inside their cartridges.


It was discovered that inkjet printer cartridges could be refilled and used again and believe us when we say some of the corporate palaces shook with fear and lost sales.


The kindling was just starting to burn and some giant business plans started to fail. The bad news about inkjet and toner printer cartridges continued to belch bad news around the world.


The business segment of inkjet and laser toner printer cartridges started to buckle and heave in the wrong directions. The small village refill business owner started to refill those once worthless inkjet printer cartridges. Every cartridge refilled was ripping profits away from big box retailers and O.E.M’s Original Equipment Re-manufacturing Companies like HP Hewlett Packard, Canon, Epson, Lexmark, Dell and Brother the prime movers and shakers of the U.S. market. Their retail partners, Staples Inc. Wal-Mart, Best Buy, Office Depot and Office Max demanded a solution from the O.E.M’s and they wanted it now.

The giants in the industry were being overrun by mad customers concerning the retail prices of a single drop of ink.


The retailers and O.E.M.’s were being rolled over by environmental groups and tidal waves of bad press hit the streets daily. These business events were devastating and the upheaval continues this very day.


The business segment did come up with a solution and many share the opinion that it may be the biggest consumer scheme ever played against cash paying customers.


The O.E.M.’s and the Big Box Retailers dropped anchor on recycling. It wasn’t the pure recycling that people hoped for but the Big Box Retailers with their O.E.M.’s started collecting and paying cash or offering rewarding schemes for the used cartridges not to save the planet but to kill off and destroy the inkjet and toner refill business segment.

The O.E.M.’s and the Big Box Retailers gave cash type incentives to capture that empty inkjet or toner printer cartridge. They collected printer cartridges by the millions with hidden incentives from the O.E.M.’s because they knew if you removed the empty cartridge the refill industry would fail and consumers would be forced to buy a brand new and very expensive cartridge.

They created wreckage within the refill segment and now owned gigantic piles of used and empty printer cartridges that they destroyed and recycled the raw materials. Their mighty palace of wealth was again safe but the 2008 great recession hit and the volcano exploded around the world.


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