Learn more about the ECS Business Model and how a license to this proven business model can help you learn how to earn $100,000 or more in 24 months or less.
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Earn $100,000 or more in 24 months or less
Our utility auditing business opportunity can help you jumpstart to success. Starting your own business can be just around the corner when you use our business model to quickly learn all the ins and outs of auditing utility bills.
If you are organized and driven to succeed, our business model may be perfect for you. Ideal licensees include business consultants, entrepreneurs, military veterans, and those seeking residual income and financial security (more information about the opportunity).
The ECS Business Model is a proven utility auditing system in which you will share in the savings you find for your clients. This model can be used to create your own business auditing utility bills or as an additional service to current clients (for instance, for insurance agents or electricians).
ECS Business Services is the company offering this proven business model for utility auditing. In operation since 1994, ECS has been helping businesses nationwide to reduce their utility expenses, often by thousands of dollars per month.
Using this proprietary method, ECS has repeatedly recovered refunds, for over-billing and other errors, with some refunds over $200,000. The ECS Business Model will teach you how to help companies save money on utilities, while you share in their savings.
For less than the cost of a college degree, this proven business model can provide you with potential earnings in the six-figures. As part of your license fee, ECS will teach you to use this proven system to achieve financial success.
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“…We were astonished to discover that we had been double billed by the county for over 15 years…[ECS] went to the county, spoke to various officials, and within two months, [ECS] handed me a check for $75,000…“