The ad begins with a daring prediction. It says that within a few years, Walmart would surpass Amazon as the world’s leading eCommerce website.
So if you’ve been bombarded with advertisements encouraging you to build your own Amazon shop, dropship with Amazon, or participate in Amazon FBA, pay attention.
The mysterious guy explains that the ship has already sailed. Amazon is already over-saturated. Walmart, on the other hand, has just recently opened its doors to drop shippers. Thus, the competition here is very minimal.
“When the largest company in the world decides to go all-in on something, and they give you an opportunity to join them, you don’t wait; you act immediately,” he adds. And don’t be concerned if you don’t know where to begin.
There’s no need to worry because Automation Services is here to help you. (That’s the name of the YouTube channel that posted this confusing video and placed it unlisted. Who, by the way, has no publicly available videos, no website, no social media presence, nothing at all.)
But who cares about that, right? If they’re going to build you a fully automated Walmart dropshipping shop and give it back to you, fully operational.
However, it is strange that, despite the fact that this opportunity is completely new, they have already established and grown many Walmart stores to six and seven figures. Hmm.
According to the guy, “We call this Walmart Automation because our team handles everything from A to Z for you.”
He goes on blabbing. He said you should act quick if you want a piece of this $20 billion dollar (and fast-expanding) revenue pie.
To learn more about Walmart Automation, please visit the link provided below. And with that, the actor, who they most likely hired from Fiverr, concludes his performance.
Clap! Clap! Clap!
You probably noticed that I’m apprehensive.
What is the point of using an actor? What is the reason for the lack of a recognized brand linked with this offer? Is it really possible to expect that Walmart can catch up with and eventually overtake Amazon in terms of eCommerce market share?
How have you been able to get such excellent outcomes if it just opened up? Why not simply keep it to yourself if it’s actually a blue ocean to begin with?
Why not continue to expand the size of your own Walmart stores? What is the cost of this? Does your company receive a cut of the profits? Is there any kind of assurance? What about case studies from previous students?
There are just too many unresolved questions. There are too many red flags. If they manage to get you on the phone, I’m worried that they’ll try to hard-sell you on a $10k to $30k service that seems like it’s all but sure to make you wealthy; only, it won’t.
“Just be patient,” they’ll tell you instead. “It can take six months or so to really get it dialed in.”
Your money will have been spent on private trips to the tropics with super car rentals by that point, so good luck trying to get it back from them.