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#157650 - 12/13/05 07:03 PM FLAT RATE SOFTWARE
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Just wondering what type of Flat Rate software people are using any the results they are getting? I,m considering Flat Rate Plus or NSPG . Would you recommend it? Thanks,
Paul

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#157651 - 12/27/05 04:26 AM Re: FLAT RATE SOFTWARE
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Both are good. I've worked with each over the years, and like them both. Either is a good choice if you're just getting into flat rate.

TechDaddy's DVD series on how to sell it, is worth 100x more than both of those programs put together. I know, the cart and the horse. Just saying....

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#157652 - 12/27/05 07:49 AM Re: FLAT RATE SOFTWARE
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Is there a link for techdaddy? I was trying unsuccesfully to search it yeaterday.


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