A Finder finds, for a fee, something of value for another person, or
organization. The items the finder seeks for his/her client could be:
- Money in the form of a loan, grant, sale of stock in a new
company, private financing of corporate bonds, etc.
- Real estate having certain characteristics, such as a busy
corner for a gas station, shopping mall, bank, etc.
- High-demand commodities--fuel oil, corn, wheat, cement,
apples, oranges, lumber, sheet rock, asphalt, jet fuel, etc.
- Rare chemicals needed for laboratory work, medical research,
dental procedures, industrial production, etc.
- Business representatives--such as overseas agents to sell your
products, sales forces to make calls to promote products, etc.
Your Finder Fee is based on the value of the item you find. Or it can
be a flat fee you negotiate with your client. You must always have a signed,
written agreement with your client covering the exact amount of your fee
and when it will be paid. For best results in being a finder, take these steps:
- Work with a product, service or commodity you know something
about. Your work will be easier and of more value to your client.
- Require a signed, written agreement with your client BEFORE you
start doing work for the client. Don't lose your fee for a fast find!
- Make sure you have an EXCLUSIVE written agreement with your
client. Then you won't have competition from other finders looking for the
same item you are. Such competition limits your chances for success.
- Use every opportunity you have to find what you're looking for. Run
free ads in the IWS (International Wealth Success) Newsletter
to find what you seek. Tell "people in the
know" what you're looking for. But NEVER reveal what you're being paid
to find the item! They may earn the finder fee with just one phone call!