eCom Jumpstart Review (Cameron Wallace Course)

If you’re reading this, then you’ve probably stumbled upon Cameron’s videos on YouTube. He’s your typical YouTube star who claims he’s a dropshipping millionaire (at his 18 years), and he’s willing to teach you his secrets for a mere $497.

He promotes his course like most YouTubers today: clickbait titles telling you how you he’s made $10,000 in a single week and bragging about his age. There’s also a video on how he prefers to use single-cut videos not requiring any editing, for some reason.

If you look past all the clickbait, he does offer some value in each of his videos. However, he keeps saying how he does things differently from his fellow dropshippers, but he never tells you what that is.

He also shows you a Shopify dashboard displaying $9,000 in a single week without saying anything about it, and you should always keep an eye out for gurus who do this. He also skips anything regarding his costs: expenses, sales, taxes, marketing, etc. OK, he gets free traffic from his relationships with his vendors in exchange of a profit share, but there’s nothing about how much this share is.

Who’s the author?

Besides what he says on his YouTube channel and Instagram account, there’s virtually nothing about him on the internet.

It may be because of his recent success and how no one has managed to get in touch with him for interviews or whatever. I guess it’s a good reason, isn’t it? Besides, his name is quite common, and organic search result are already taken by them.

What we do know is that he claims to be a dropshipping millionaire. He’s 18 years old. He likes to do single-take videos. He likes clickbait titles. And he released this course for $497.

Is it any good? Let’s find out.

Reviewing eCom Jumpstart

The course started out at $497 for 40 videos, which means every video would cost you about $12. The second version added 19 more videos, but it’s still a really short course when you consider other courses offering over 170 videos on the same topics (and more).

While the 2nd version updated the contents and added those videos I already mentioned, you’re still not getting much, with several videos lasting nothing more than a few minutes.

This training is sold as the window into the method Cameron and his team use to make over $30,000 every month in profits. Of course, it’s just another claim backed by nothing but the sales video he offers.

It’s not just that, he has all your standard clickbait claims like “from $0 to $100,000” without specifying how long that takes or anything similar.

There’s also your standard private Facebook group, which still has less than 100 members. There’s also support directly from Cameron and friends via email. As of now, there are also Q&A calls every week, which somehow are worth $3,000 every hour.

What do you get with this course?

The first few modules are just videos explaining you who Cameron is and how you can use the course. There’s also your standard video on the right mindset and introducing the dropshipping business model.

Then, you have some videos on building your store and choosing a general store vs focusing on a niche.

After that, it goes into products, with a brief 5-minute explanation of how to research products with Instagram, and that takes you to 3 videos explaining you how Instagram influencers work. Luckily, he does include a video here taking 90 full seconds explaining you those $100,000 he mentioned on the sales page.

Well, not explaining, he mostly just talks about that.

The following videos continue their focus on Instagram. You get 9 explaining how to run your marketing on IG and using influencers correctly. The videos are short, and one of them barely touches the 2-minute mark.

There are 5 videos explaining you how you can build a profitable store. I’m actually conflicted about the length of this section. It feels like he really intended it to be 5 videos long, but there are courses that fly over the 15-video mark just to explain this.

You’re then treated to some insight into which apps you should install, and he shows you his own store. It actually feels gimmicky and fake. Why would you just give away your business to others?

There’s a Facebook Ads section with under 10 videos, and most recent videos went into this module. Still, it’s less than half what the better courses offer for less money.

You have a mind-blowing 80-minute video telling you to pay taxes, and it’s followed by another one explaining some issues with payment methods.

The last videos are about automation, scaling, and you do get some intriguing cheat sheets for you to use.

If you want a refund, you’ll realize you have a day and 25% of what you pay to decide if you’re satisfied with the course.

Final Verdict

Is It Worth It? Final Verdict

Sure, there are successful people at a very young age, so there’s nothing saying Cameron isn’t making good money at his 18 years of age.

However, becoming an expert at something requires years of experience, not just being good at it. And if he really is an expert, why would he waste his time making $497 every sale (minus ads costs) when he could grow his business and settle for life?

Instead you could try out eCom Elites which is a much cheaper course, and it is one of the best courses out there. You get a ton of information for so, cheap from someone who has been doing this for years even before dropshipping became famous/trendy.

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 eCom Jumpstart Review and I wish you the best of luck.


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