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We Flip It All Course Review

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This dude says they’ve made millions selling everyday items on Amazon. And so can you.

Here’s how it works. 

They go to regular stores, head straight to the clearance rack and start scanning products with their Amazon seller app. It’ll tell ’em how much profit (if any) they could make reselling each item on Amazon.

Okay, then what?

Well, if it’s worth their while, they’ll buy it, send it off to Amazon’s warehouse, list it for sale on Amazon.com at a markup, then pocket the margin and have Amazon ship it straight to the customer when it sells.

Rinse and repeat as much as humanly possible. Right?

To illustrate, let’s look at an example from one of his TikTok videos.

Homeboy’s at a grocery store. He shows these Fody Blueberry Almond Snack Bars, $11.99 for a box of 12. Scans the barcode on the back of the box with his iPhone and up pops his Scoutify 2 app which shows ’em going for $34.99 on Amazon.

After Amazon takes their cut, it projects a net profit of $12 per box.

If he were to buy all 12 boxes that were on the shelf and flip ’em on Amazon, that’s $144 profit.

“EASY $144 profit,” he says.

I mean, is it though?

First of all, I’d hafta look presentable enough to leave home.

Girl, that’s gonna take some time.

Then drive to the grocery store and try not to glance at my phone every five seconds, because if I did I’d probably end up on the wrong side of a road rage incident.

Hopefully I make it intact.

Then push a wobbly-wheeled cart up and down the aisles, dodging diabetics and horny old men as they pretend not to check out my ass while I scan every can and box and bag of ultra processed food in the entire place, hoping to find a decent flip.

Gross. Plus now I’m annoyed.

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Then pick the wrong checkout line like I always do and get stuck behind some lady with a purse full of coupons who wants to divvy up the remaining balance between her credit and debit card so she can get $40 cash back, but she wants it all in ones and fives which the cashier doesn’t have so they have to call over Chad the manager via intercom. Chad was just about to sneak out for a quick smoke break but now he can’t so he’s gonna pout and take his sweet-ass time.

Oh look, I’m starting to sweat and hyperventilate a little. Cute.

Now it’s off to the post office to send it all to Amazon. Maybe I get lucky and that goes pretty fast but on the way out I run into Jill from my hot yoga class and she launches into a 10-minute story about how her second husband Craig had one of his veneers fall out last night while he was eating steak but luckily he didn’t swallow it, and so he’s on his way to the dentist to get it glued back on.

I could use a nap.

But now I gotta rush back to my laptop and create and optimize listings for whatever junk I just shipped off to Amazon and then hope it sells. And if not, I just did all that to lose money. But if so, two weeks from now when Amazon pays me I’ll be swimming in that $144.

It would almost cover my Verizon bill.

Obviously I’m being facetious to make a point. Why would I wanna deal with the real world when I can just type words and hit enter and make plenty of money?

But if you like traffic and people and shopping and shipping and small margins, the We Flip It All Amazon Beginners Course has your name on it.

Cost is just $99 and I’m sure it’s great.

Just not for me.

Katie Smith: Slip into your give-up pants, crack open a White Claw, and plop yourself down on the couch. We need to talk about the absolute dumpster fire that is the online course and coaching industry.