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Honest Advice from a Poshmark Ambassador 2 in 2022 [Video]

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Honest Advice from a Poshmark Ambassador 2 in 2022

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After receiving the Poshmark Ambassador 2 I have noticed a great influx of followers specifically from Canada that I never had seen before. I would say I am getting 1K follwers per day!

This is a longest video I have made thus far and covers a lot! If you can get through 30 minutes of reading, I commend you!! I promise you that all advice in this video is what I have done in the past and present and if it helped me so much so it can help!

I see a lot of Youtubers who are speaking about Poshmark and really are amateurs. Their closets are not up there where they should be. If one is not so very clever, one will stay at the bottom. This is why I created this video to show you how it can be done if you are eager to a full time self employed individual or business!

With great respect,

Cates Cube

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Talc plaintiffs lawyers allege J&J put lawsuits in bankruptcy to protect brand [Video]

Lawyers for cancer victims accused Johnson & Johnson of pushing roughly 38,000 talc lawsuits into chapter 11 to stem damage to its corporate brand and gain unfair leverage, as a trial concludes on a bankruptcy strategy the company has defended as fair and reasonable.