November 14, 2019

Got my first paying customer!

claincloner

Today one of my first trial customers for Verocity Male Enhancement converted to paid. I noticed when I got the email from Stripe that said "Payment of $99.95". It felt amazing! Just 99 more of these and I'll be exactly where I want to be with my business.

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