Meet The Founders of Major League Profits, Eric Michael and Jon Suarez

    There is pride in making a career path for yourself and progressing towards a higher level, but more can be said for those who manage to build something from the ground up. It isn’t easy to build something from its foundation to its peak, but that’s what 23-year-olds: Eric Michael and Jon Suarez did.

    They are the founders of Major League Profits. It is a high ticket coaching program that teaches people how to make money by buying and selling sports cards. They started with nothing and prospered in the industry that wasn’t as it seems.

    The Losses

    With the emergence of online shopping, they took their chance and started their first digital business which was an Amazon store, but it wasn’t as successful as they anticipated and they lost $10k so they ventured into something else. January 2019, they got into dropshipping and had their first successful store in May 2019 generating a whopping $60k, all was good until they discovered that their supplier was swindling them by using cheaper products to gain more from their transactions and sunk the business, causing them to lose $30k. 

    They eventually started a real estate marketing agency hoping it was their big break, but their returns seemed unsteady and they lacked the consistency of returns a business needed until December.

    The Road to Victory

    By March 2020, they saw an opportunity to turn their hobby into a profit-generating business and started Major League profits, and made $3000 on their first day. They dove into a market that was barely tapped into and discovered a gold mine. With proven data, the average person has spent more than $3.5k dollars on sports memorabilia which includes sports cards. Eric and Jon saw this, and by their second month in the business, they hit the 6 figure mark and are bound to hit 7 figures by the 12-month mark. They have been gathering knowledge with the sports cards market by traveling the country, going to shows, and teaching others. They have helped over 200 entrepreneurs so far. 

    Their Philosophy

    As people wade through the jungle that is the real world, Eric and Jon wanted to be perceived as people who created a business out of nothing with the knowledge they have gathered doing what they loved. They refused to conform to the idea of what society thinks success looks like. Being shackled to an office table did not sound appealing to them and so they forged their own story. As stated above, they have gone through several failures but they beat the odds and reached a point where they can say they earn by having fun. With the success of their business, they want to help others as well. 

    They have learned the do’s and don’ts in the industry and with this information, they can guide people to turn their sports card hobby into a paying one. All you have to do is visit and let these risk-takers and victorious business owners teach you how to navigate your way towards an up-and-coming market and earn big bucks in no time at all.


    • Tony "Disrupt" Delgado

      CEO of Disrupt Magazine

      Tony Delgado ( @disruptceo ) is a Puerto Rican-American software developer, businessman, activist, philanthropist, tech entrepreneur, and founder of Disrupt Magazine.

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