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A tech-savvy Detroit homeless man says he has made "being homeless" his business.

42-year-old Abe Hagenston built a website allowing people to make contributions, hire him out for odd jobs or report fake panhandlers. 

Hagenston also takes credit cards through a device that plugs into a cell phone.

“I’m trying to turn this situation into something that will not only help me but help others,” he told WDIV.

He says in a YouTube video that if half of the adults in the country donated a penny a day for one year, the country could raise $365 million for the homeless. 

Check out "Honest" Abe's website here.

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