AMZDFY Review: Another Kevin David Business Opportunity?
Kevin David has released a new product, and it’s called AMZDFY. It’s sold as a mentorship package instead of an online program, and it focuses on Amazon FBA and automation; the only requirement is $40 thousand.
If you’re here, you’ve probably stumbled upon posts, courses, and videos about Amazon FBA and how it’s the best business opportunity now. Kevin even has a course on it: FBA Ninja, and you can find it for up to $1,997.
AMZDFY isn’t the same thing, though. Both Kevin and his team offer to build your business on Amazon as well as scaling and automating it.
Is it worth it, though?
The offer doesn’t really have a sales page. You need to go through an online consultation, which takes about 15 minutes to complete.
Keep in mind, you still won’t learn how much you need to pay for the service. Still, you already need you need $40,000 for it. Besides, they’re also “entitled” to 30% of what your store generates.
You also need to subscribe to a plan: standard, platinum, and diamond. Each one is—naturally—more expensive than the previous one.
What is it about?
I started off thinking the coaching involves using Amazon’s warehouses for order fulfillment—you know, how FBA works. Kevin does teach that approach in his FBA Ninja program, but that’s not the case here.
Kevin’s business partner actually ships the product from his warehouse. The reasoning behind this approach is simple: it’s cheaper—according to them.
The product themselves are also somewhat obscure. They claim to work with different brands that let you sell their products. It’s pretty much a wholesale approach, and they’ll use you as a channel to sell the products. That’s pretty much all the info available.
Why you’re necessary
Amazon only allows users to run 2 accounts per individual. It’s quite clear: they want to open more accounts, and they’re basically using the “free space” you have to do so. They’ll build the entire business and run it for the initial price and 30% of your profits.
It sounds like a good deal, right? Well, you’re the one buying the products they tell you to buy. They’re basically leaving you 70% of your profits and 100% of the risk. If the products don’t sell, you’re stuck with the stock and lost money while they simply don’t get paid.
Funny enough, you won’t be accepted into their program if you can’t cover the entire inventory investment by yourself.
Of course, they show you success stories, but a deeper look shows how most (if not all) of them are from Kevin’s other products. Even worse, it seems as if you get free access to one of Kevin’s courses if you leave a 5-star review.
You should already know what I’m thinking.
Sure, it seems like a good deal. They’re basically experts looking for investors; that’s normal. The problem is that there’s no way to assess whether or not they’re work will be successful.
Plain and simple, they’re simply taking advantage of you. It wouldn’t be as bad if they took some of the risk themselves, but you’re basically paying for their entire stores, and if it fails, it’s your lost.
I hope you found this review useful and if you have any questions, please comment down below. I’ll be more than happy to assist you.
Once again, thanks for reading my AMZDFY Review and I wish you the best of luck.
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