Amazon Wants You To Deliver Packages And Says You Can Make $300,000 Doing So
UPS, FedEx, DHL, and the U.S. Postal Service, you’ve been put on notice. Amazon wants their own shipping network and they want to hire you to deliver their packages and they claim there is the potential to make a ton of money doing so.
Instead of paying shipping companies for deliveries, Amazon wants to cut out the middle-man and deliver their own packages. On Thursday, Amazon unveiled their new Delivery Service Partners (DSP) program.
The new opportunity from the e-commerce giant is looking for partners to pickup and deliver packages from one of their 75 delivery stations. Entrepreneurs can start their own delivery business for as little as $10,000.
“As part of the DSP community, you’ll operate your own delivery business with 20 to 40 vans and 40 to 100 employees, working alongside other owners in your area,” Amazon’s brochure says. “We’ll help you set up and get ready to operate out of a local Amazon delivery station, and you’ll provide
consistent coaching and support for your team, ensuring packages are delivered to customers seven
days/week, 365 days/year.”