Amazon FBA has emerged as a popular and effective way to make money online. Indeed, there are lots of people out there who have created profitable businesses using this general approach. So, it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that there are also a ton of Amazon FBA courses out there. But, are Amazon FBA courses a scam?
I was pretty disappointed with Easy Arbitrage Profits. I hoped to find some new idea or unique twist on arbitrage but that didn’t happen. It’s the same tired message and overhyped information that always seems to surround arbitrage info-products. On top of that, the promise of “making $3,000 a month on autopilot” couldn’t be any further from what’s actually delivered inside. The method taught is quite labor intensive and time consuming. So in short, Easy Arbitrage Profits is overhyped and overpriced, even at less than eight dollars.
Skip McGrath’s Complete Amazon Marketing System is a massive, well organized guide on selling a variety of things on Amazon. Skip definitely offers some unique perspective on the business, and including the online resources, the $147 price-tag is a steal.
The main thing that was difficult for me to get over was that it was a printed book, which I will discuss in the review, but I think some people may prefer this.
Short, but to the point, this PDF covers the basics of what you need to know to start your own book reseller business. Really. He does a great job of covering everything, and best of all, it’s completely free, without any gimmicks to get it.
For the price price you pay, Kam Jennings AKA “ZeroFatz” really over-delivers on value. He is clearly a very experienced and multifaceted entrepreneur, and has consistently stacked loads of training into the members area month after month.
My main criticism of these courses is that there seems to be no more member activity as of Dec 2014 in the comment section, so I’m not sure how easy it is to get support with your business as you build it.