Tamara and her husband, Palmer, have had a pretty nice life in Vancouver, British Columbia in Canada for several years now. Prior to that, she had a corporate job for 10 years, but to hear her tell it you would think she was doing hard time. But then she stumbled across Amazon FBA, and now, after running multiple 7 figure ecommerce sites for the last couple of years, she’s racked up over $4 million in gross revenue. 

Her share of the income is about 25% (about $1 million), which is plenty for her to buy her dream house, take exotic vacations with her family, and roll around town in a couple of sweet rides. Now she shows others how to do exactly what she does. 

Tamara’s entire system can be boiled down to a few simple steps: 

The challenge is figuring out all the details, and this will take some time. 

Next, you want to get in front of as many shoppers as possible, so when they go to Amazon, how do you get your products listed at the top? These are the questions that Tamara covers in her course.

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Tamara says, “Bottom line is, you need help from experienced Amazon FBA sellers to get you from point A to point B so you can make money faster and easier.” She will give you a product verification checklist to help you determine whether your product is profitable before risking a penny. You’ll also be able to choose a unique product to make it easier to sell.

This course will teach you how to get your products onto Amazon’s first page where potential customers can see them, which is achieved using Amazon PPC ads. And lastly, she’ll show you how to grow.  

Sound good? 

Get in touch with Tamara and her team to schedule a strategy call. They are available to answer any questions you may have and give you a roadmap that will lead you to your first Amazon five-figure selling month. They’ll ask you if you’re an excellent fit to invite you to their coaching program.

FBA Winners will set you back to the tune of $1,997.  Now, you don’t have to pay all that up front, they are payment plans available. I’m assuming they have some sort of refund policy, but I didn’t see anything listed.  To her credit, Tamara seems to be on the up-and-up, at least according to testimonials from her students.

The thing that still makes me a bit uneasy about her program isn’t about her, but about the business model in general.  It can cost a lot of money running an Amazon FBA business.  As a matter of fact, it’s not unheard of to spend nearly $5,000 just on software and advertising to get everything up and running the right way… and another $5,000 in inventory. 

So before you even make your first sale, you could easily be $10k – $11k in the hole. 

On one hand, what if your products don’t sell?  On the other hand, what if they sell like crazy and you can’t keep up with the demand, or worse yet, some other FBA’er copies your campaign and steals your potential customers? 

Now before you make your final decision, click the link below to see what we’re doing in order to avoid all those pitfalls.