FBA Masterclass founder Tom Wang says, “If you’ve never heard of passive product flipping, then you’re missing out on a huge opportunity. You see, most people want to earn extra cash through active product flipping. This means they find products at low prices and sell them at higher prices on sites like eBay and Craigslist, but you need to keep searching for new bargains and new products to flip. Which means as soon as you stop hustling, your income stops coming in too.”
“On the other hand,” Tom continues, “passive product flipping can help you to make semi-passive income consistently. This is because you do a lot of the heavy lifting at the start, like finding products and buying them, then you send them to an Amazon warehouse and they basically do the work for you. A lot of people think that when you sell products on Amazon, you need to keep them at home and carry them to the post office to mail them. But that’s absolutely wrong.”
He goes on to explain how, when you’re using Fulfillment By Amazon (FBA), you never have to touch or even see the products you’re selling. Instead, you ship them straight from your supplier over to Amazon, who then stores, packs, and delivers each order on your behalf. So once it’s all up and running, no matter what you’re doing, be it stuffing your face with food, or maybe you’re out to a movie with that special someone, or, yes, even sound asleep, you can be making money passively.
And Tom’s well aware, you probably think this sounds a bit too good to be true, but he assures you, it’s very real. More than half the sales on Amazon come from everyday people, just like you, who’ve learned how to tap into Amazon’s FBA program. In fact, a few years back, Tom created his own private label beauty brand called Sdara Skincare, which he launched and scaled on Amazon until he was able to exit it for a multiple seven figure payday.
“Now I know there’s a lot of gurus out there teaching you how to drop ship or sell on Amazon,” Tom says. “However, most of them have never even done it themselves. Whereas, for me, I’ve been there, I’ve done that, and now I wanna reach back and help other people to do the same as well. Through my Master FBA system, I’ve helped actually a lot of folks achieve success on Amazon. We’ve got a community of over five thousand Amazon sellers and it’s the best Amazon FBA community that’s out there.”
“So if you are interested in learning how to sell your products on Amazon, and learning how to passively flip them, I’ve created a fifteen minute training to answer all your questions, and it’s entirely free. You’ll learn how to get started with Amazon, how much money do you need, how to find winning products and good suppliers, how do you send products to Amazon, and much much more. At the end, if you think you’re a good fit, you can hop on a coaching call with someone on my team. If not, that’s okay too.”
Hmm. My thoughts on this pitch? It’s funny, all these guys who run ads to sell their courses, it’s like they come up with a hook (rank and bank this, digital billboard ads that), run it till their cost per lead starts creeping up, then piece together a new ad with a new hook (i.e. passive product flipping) that maybe they borrowed from a competitor (weren’t Abdul and Chance from Modern Millionaire running a “lead flipping” ad not too long ago?). So yeah, not a fan. And Amazon FBA’s gonna be way more active than Tom’s implying.