This is how you make $1,200 per hour on faxes

In this article by Mary Anne Franks, a reporter for The New York Times, an employee of a company called Fax Plus tells the story of how they started making $1.6 million per year from fax machines in a New York City suburb.

It’s a fascinating story, and it shows how the business model is far from over.

The FaxPlus employee says that they were the first company in the United States to offer a fax service in 2007.

They are now a company that offers thousands of fax machines.

The business model, they tell us, is very simple: They rent the fax machines from a small number of people who are willing to take a commission.

They then lease them to the big company.

Fax is the business, and fax is the customer.

If the company gets a fax, the fax company gets the revenue, which means it gets a cut of the money people pay them for the fax.

If they get a fax back, they get nothing, so there’s no incentive to get a second one.

But there is a lot of incentive to take the first one.

The employee, who spoke to The New Yorker via email, says that after years of having fax machines leased to them by their competitor, the customer has finally caught up to them.

Faking it with a fax is easy to do.

You can get one from a kiosk at a FedEx office or you can make a fake fax from a FedEx computer.

The company that rents the machines is the same company that leases the customers’ fax machines, so they’re essentially working in the same business.

So how does the business work?

The employee explains that the business is a pyramid.

The customers get the machines leased from Fax and then they get paid to get their faxes.

The customer gets a commission on the money the company takes.

Then, the Fax company gets to take all the money, but only if the fax is sent to an address that the customer does not have permission to see.

The fax company then gets the commission and, because the customer can’t see the fax, they only get a small cut of that money.

If it’s sent to a legitimate customer, the business gets the money from the legitimate customer.

The point here is that there’s an incentive for people to take more faxes, and to take them back at a higher rate.

The problem, as the employee notes, is that the fax business is one that is relatively new, and the fax service is very old.

Fakers have been doing this for years.

There are thousands of websites, in many cases, that offer fax machines that do not charge any fee for a fax.

They do this in order to increase profits for the company that leased the faxes and get a cut on the business.

The employees of Faxplus tell us that they’re not the only fax companies that are using the business to make money.

They also point to the other businesses that offer services to fax customers that charge no fee and that don’t bother to get faxes from the actual fax machines themselves.

These businesses also charge no commission on fax machines used to make the customer’s faxes available for faxes to other customers.

There is an incentive to make more money than the customers would get if they just took the machines themselves and just gave the machines away.

This is why, as The New Yorkers article points out, it’s not easy to fake a fax in the 21st century.

There’s no free service like an online one, there are no websites that charge a commission to get your fax.

And then there are the people who just want to get on with the business and get fax machines to give out to friends and family, which can be very difficult in a world where it’s difficult to get the word out to those people.

So, if you’re interested in learning more about fax machines and the ways that companies like Fax+ are making money from them, check out the article on the New York Post, and if you have any questions about this business model or how it works, reach out to The Times staff or their editors.