The ad is confusing at first…
It uses Amazon colors and even shows a screen shot of Amazon for the ad itself.
But it’s first line reads “We are ready to take your Walmart business to the next level with our years of experience in the Walmart sector.”
You’re confused too right? Let’s dive in and see if we can’t clear any of this up.
As I proceeded to look at the ad, I’m confused once again…
It lists off the services that Ecom Automized provides.
So what’s there to be confused about?
- Amazon FBA Setup & Management
- Optimized Product Listing
- Storefront Customization
- Amazon Analytics
- Store Management
- Customer Support 24/7
So there’s pictures about Amazon, the first part reads about Walmart, and then when they describe their services, it’s back to Amazon.
Sheesh, I just feel like I’m being pulled left and right.
Let’s go ahead and take a look at the Ecom Automized landing page to see if there’s any clarification.
And it does get a little clearer.
Apparently Ecom Automized offers a full D4U/Partner option on Amazon FBA, Walmart, Target, and Shopify.
Just like any other ecommerce business that offers the same type of service, you’re gonna be the one fronting most of the money.
But who are these guys?
Well all we get shown is some old looking guy named “David Roberts” who looks all James Bond like with his phone.
And he isn’t even the founder…he’s the Co-Founder and CRO.
All the information that we get on him is the following short bio: “With 10+ years experience in e-commerce, digital solutions & business strategy, David possesses immense success in the e-commerce automation and business space. Keeping a vision to build an Automated Business Solution at a rate where quality, performance and ethics take the forefront with every partnership.”
If that short little blurb of information about David didn’t get your spidey senses tingling…maybe this will.
They claim that they can create a sustainable ecom asset that will 50x your initial investment in just 12 months or less.
Actually their exact words are “a sustainable e-commerce asset that worth over 50x…” uggggghhhhhh.
I had to stop there. Did anyone proofread the site? Surely David would have, with 10+ years of ecom experience surely someone would’ve done a quick grammar check.
They then go on to claim that they can do all this for you in less than 90 days.
I’m gonna go ahead and call the review here.
It’s pretty clear what’s going on IMO.
They have a really shoddy ad that is confusing. Their landing page is full of grammatical errors and crazy claims. And we’re supposed to believe that this old man is basically running it all?
Personally, I think this looks like one of those automization grifting schemes where you’ll hop on the phone with someone. Pay all the money up front. And get very low quality deliverables since nearly everything is outsourced to the Philippines these days. Ultimately that will lead you to getting very little profit.
Don’t do it, you should go after something simpler like building and ranking little local websites.