Fuck the street force for now, get used to hiring people in the legit workplace to do your dirty work for you. These people easily blend in, don’t look suspicious and if not over used, will not get exposed. The key is in finding these people who need quick supplementary income which they can get through the drug industry.
If they’re employed, it’s easy for us to do background checks on them, that is if you’re connected with the manager or a person who has access to those accounts. Personal details such as bank account, address, telephone, email, wife, husband, children, can all be found if you have access to the database, so if they ever fuck around, it’s easy to hit them where it hurts.
These people are used to a monthly salary so we give them a salary just to be on-call. If they do a job for us, we pay that on top of their salaries. Salaries can range from $1000 per month to $10,000 per month, it just depends on how we can use them in our organization. Those guys who are paid a salary are on call, they need to do the job when we need them to. There’s no backing out for these guys because they have no other choice.
We got people working in the transportation industries (long haul and local), flight attendants, bankers, lawyers, accountants, business owners, strippers, private investigators, club owners. These people can be used to get intel on the competition or the cops, they can also move your drugs, they can also hide or disguise your cash.
Think of ways that you don’t have to expose yourself in certain situations. Always hire a manager who then organizes the people and uses them, that way you don’t get your hands dirty. Stay away from the drugs and the money, let the people handle that for you. All you do is call the shots in the background and let the organization roll by itself.
Any disciplinary actions, you call the shots. Again, get a manager to hire that project. It’s all about project management in this day and age. Think of a project, get a project going by hiring a project manager to do it for you, you manage from the back, and collect the proceeds without getting your hands dirty.
Ultimately in the end, you’ll want a general manager who oversees the many project managers that you have in your organization. A top down hierarchy keeps the organization from getting exposed. We use many cells and keep all of them separate.