From the story:
- The product he was pitching was something called an “extractor.” It has nothing to do with your teeth. “What it does, is it extracts phone numbers and emails from businesses off the Internet,” he said.
- Kitchen paid $249 for the extractor, and he’ll get a cut of any new extractor business he steers to Bayne.
- [Kitchen] he hasn’t made any money yet, but he’s just getting started.
- So far, Kitchen said, his phone blasts have resulted in one callback. [The reporter's.]
Might be time to consider a new line of work, Rodney Kitchen.