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Mikey Kass $17 Shopify Store Review


Mikey Kass finally convinced his team to practically give away eight prebuilt Shopify stores. They’re apparently exact duplicates (products, themes, templates, even legal pages) of a store he has that’s on track to do $300,000 this month. And you can buy one yourself for just $17. Sound too good to be true? Agreed. Read on for my Mikey Kass review.

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In the four years Mikey Kass has been doing dropshipping, he’s made more than seven figures. Sales have skyrocketed as of late, thanks to the pandemic forcing more people to shop online. Mikey and his team have been busy scaling their top Shopify store, supposedly leaving these eight other stores high and dry.

It’s a shame because they’ve put in a ton of time and effort to optimize these sites. They’ve split-tested logos, color schemes, headlines, layouts, bullet points, and the list goes on. So rather than waste all that potential, Mikey wants to hand these stores over to someone like you for only $17 apiece. “These things are ready to go,” Mikey says. “It’s plug-and-play. We just need to transfer it to you.”

“And once again, we only have eight of them, and we want to give them away to people who want to get started in this business model the right way,” he adds, before pointing out that, just a few months ago, such a deal would’ve costed you anywhere from five to ten thousand dollars.

Yet, for the low, low price of just seventeen smackers, you can own one of Mikey’s ready-to-go Shopify stores. He calls this amazing opportunity “the gateway” to you making $10k or even $100k per month doing dropshipping.

Mikey Kass Dropship

Mikey, Mikey, Mikey. What are you up to here, bud? Your $17 prebuilt Shopify store promotion has so many holes in it, I don’t even know where to start. But here goes. One, if these stores truly had the potential to do multiple six figures per month, no one in their right mind would unload them for $17.

Two, if you guys don’t have the bandwidth to look after them, how did you find the time and energy to create all these YouTube ads and funnels to tell the world about this incredible offer? Here’s an idea: why not hire another helper? Especially if these eight Shopify stores are already primed for profit?

Three, you must think the people you’re marketing to are idiots. Let’s see, only eight stores left; an absolute no-brainer, if your pitch is to be believed; and you’ve been running paid ads for months now, promoting this, right? Gee, you would think he would’ve sold all eight stores by now, wouldn’t you? You don’t suppose they just keep making more, do you? No, not Mikey. He’s as honest as they come.

Four, does that mean your team has duplicated the same Shopify store thousands of times and now these poor people have to go out and compete against each other? Because that’s super lame. You’re selling them saturation, is what you’re doing.

Five, clearly this is just a tripwire sale for Mikey Kass. What’s he trying to upsell you once he has your $17? Let me guess: The Ecom Good Life course for $497, followed by a $5,000 coaching package? Sound about right? In conclusion, you’d be better off spending $17 on scratch tickets. At least, in my opinion.

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