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 user 2010-01-25 at 10:59:36 am Views: 85
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    Inkflip loves to call itself as the Netflix of Ink. It is as if you do an ink flip, get a new one and send back your old one.Inkflip an online ink flipping company that sells printer cartiges has found the edge. The company has realized that many people don’t keep spare cartridge and has a way of addressing that.

    Here is how the simple system of Inkflip works.
    It’s all about the idea of backup cartridges. First, they claim that Ink Flip offers up to 70 percent discounts on cartridges. The user, or the potential customer signs up and buys a backup cartridge. The shipment is free.Once user’s printer ink dries up, Inkflip cartridge goes inside. The empty cartridge goes back in the Inkflip’s prepaid box and it is sent back to the company.Inkflip, when receiving the empty cartridge sends the customer a new one. Thus, the user never stays without a cartridge.

    Ink Flip Guy Wants the Most Out of Shark Tank Fame
    Ink Flip on Shark TankAndy Sperry, who appeared on Shark Tank to raise money for his Ink Flip business (It’s like Netflix for Ink), wants to share with viewers what happens after his Shark Tank experience.Andy has started a blog that will answer the question – “What happens to Ink Flip after the tank?”

    The entrepreneur wrote about his Shark Tank experience on the blog, which can be found here:ABC has decided to peg me as “the guy who was unprepared”. For those of you who know me I’m sure you’re chuckling right now as I tend to be VERY hard to catch off guard… I was ready for any reasonable question they threw my way. The problem was, the main question they wanted me to answer was one that anyone with any kind of business IQ would agree is impossible to answer without first raising money, which was why I was there in the first place. Indeed, this was a “chicken or egg” moment.Andy also says, “[I’ll be] posting follow up information to let you know what happens when an “unprepared” entrepreneur from Nashville gets his 15 minutes of fame!