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I'm back! Now Moving to States ! Anyone near NJ/NY?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by FaceBuilder, Jan 21, 2017.

  1. FaceBuilder

    FaceBuilder Regular Member

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    Yo guys, long freaking time !
    I took like last two years off from IM, been working at my own shop, here in center of my capital city :p
    I had a nice smartphone shop , and now slowly becoming a wholesale .
    But anyhow now around february , march i will be moving to United States , Around New Jersey or New York , still haven't decide yet .
    So if anyone is there we can have a coffee and discuss ideas ! I would need new friends there obviously :D
    I'm still into IM. fanpages mostly and social media category and i will still continue phones/accessories business...(dropshipping) .

    Also please suggest me as much websites and things i must know like craigslist,zillow,cars,glassdoor etc as i would need a new space and new car

    Have fun guys , take care ;)
     
  2. Zwielicht

    Zwielicht Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    I live on the other side of the country in California, so I'm not nearby. :)

    Unless you have a specific type of car in mind and know exactly what you need to inspect, avoid Craigslist and used car dealers. If I had to buy another car, I would buy one through a trustworthy independent mechanic who specialises on a certain brand.

    Some mechanics keep a bunch of spare cars around; some work and some don't. If you can find a mechanic with a working spare car, more than likely they've done some work on it themselves, so they would know about any issues the car currently has. Find the least problematic car, and if you're not mechanically-inclined, have the mechanic you bought it from work on the car every now and then.