Owner: Dan Hollings
Price: up to $1197
Overall Rating: SCAM!
Let’s just start right out by saying that to some people, Amazon.com is nothing less than a lifesaver. Everyone benefits, from the poor, struggling college students looking for a reasonably priced desk in the 10 minutes of free time he has before class and sleep to the busy single Mom working two jobs who really just needs to buy a pack of diapers online after putting down her child before her little princess get the chance to ruin another pink onesie.
It can be argued that Amazon has virtually everything for everyone. So what if said college student or single Mom stumbled across an ad online late one night that told them their dreams of making money from their favorite website could come true?
The main promise (and most blaring red flag for anyone with half a brain) is the promise of something for nothing. The site swears that it will teach you how to go from a “newbie” to an “expert” at no upfront cost. You will be given the golden gifts of unheard of business models, endless products, and the secrets of a real, 6 figure making Amazong Ninja!
Sounds great, right?
Especially when you see the word “free”.
But is it?
These are really what get people. The fact that everyday folk just like themselves were once struggling with finances, but after just minimal effort, after just one day or one week or one month, you too can be a millionaire! Just like we did! But here is the harsh truth.
Most testimonies are fabricated.
In fact, I personally have seen other sites that shamelessly will use the exact same quote, yet simply change the name and use it again for another company. Well, I will tell you the truth, this site is not one of those. It did not simply copy and paste a few lines of positive reviews and post them to another site under a different name.
This site just went ahead and used the same name and a completely different company.
With a quick google image search, I was able to find the 4 main testimonies and verify that they were, in fact, real people. I can say, in all honesty, they were and the pictures matched the information I found. The thing that really startled me was seeing the same image and quote on a completely different site. Sure, the concept was the same and it mentioned a lot of the same systems, only THIS time it asked for a low start up fee of just $1197!
Oh, but don’t worry, it’s really a $600 value so, really, you’re SAVING!
Now, to be fair, this site goes into a bit more detail. It fully explains how it will teach you the ins and outs of Amazon trading. It won’t come out and TELL you, of course, (no, that would cost a thousand dollars), but it does go into detail what it WILL tell you. You will learn such amazing facts such as, why you should be spending you money on them, how it is such a low-risk investment, how the program you will be downloading is in and of itself a $600 value and will EARN you money in the long run.
You are promised such great things as well over a dozen professionally recorded training sessions, over 8 hours of what they refer to as “no fluff step by step training”, over 300 instructional downloadable slides, an exclusive interactive 3D product (see site for small demo of this Guitar Hero like layout), AND…you’ll also get not one…not two…but THREE bonuses, including Exclusive Trello-based Client Call Script, Cheat Sheet and Task Manage, a working agreement (both released after 31 days, by the way) AND the icing on the cake…2 years access to AmazoWorks PRIME (this would be that $600 value mentioned earlier).
But here is a little secret.
If a $2,000 product is on sale for $1,000 you didn’t just save a grand…you spent it.
Think about it.
If it’s something you don’t really need (like, I don’t know, a mysterious online Amazon trading program so new that no one has even heard of it), then maybe it would be best to pocket your money and move on. Even IF the smiling face of Dan Hollings is urging you on (to be read “especially”).
OKAY, EVEN MORE TRUTH
So, the fact that an entire second site with the same concept but different name doesn’t convince you enough? Well, how about a third? That’s right. If not one, but 2 other sites with the same owner, same testimonies, same system, but different name doesn’t convince you that something is amiss, then, please, by all means…once you have invested in THIS company I have some nice ocean front property in Arizona I’m looking to sale for a good price.
Oh, but don’t worry. The third site I found actually has a payment plan, so if you can’t spend over a thousand right away, you can always just spend a few hundred a month of your hard earned money on absolutely nothing.
In short, if someone is offering you something for nothing, don’t buy it. Sure, some free videos and helpful tips are one thing, but to offer an entire service that promises to bring in thousands of dollars and you do not have to do anything is WELL suspicious. Exploring new ventures is one thing, but always be aware of the fine print. Never let anyone take from you what they did not earn. And never let a stranger lie to your face.
Remember, this is YOUR money. You can invest however you’d like. If you want to buy and sell things on Amazon, you absolutely do NOT need a $600 program telling you how. All you really need is some trial and error, a little luck, and maybe a few bucks you don’t mind risking (more like $10 not over a thousand).
At the end of the day, you are a smart, capable, clever person. You don’t need me or anyone else to tell you that (although, it is nice to hear). You can invest in so many other, better things than some online program that promises you the world but does not deliver so much as a grain of sand. Do yourself a favor, avoid Amazo-Ninja, all of it’s affiliated sites, and any all sites like them.
Trust me. I’m a professional.
And I won’t charge you a dime.