Amazon DFY Review – Kevin David (Updated): The War On Your Wallet!

The dude with two first names is back at it again running millions of dollars of ads behind his new AMZ DFY service. No doubt this thing is making Kevin David even richer, but can it do the same for you? Probably not. Even if you did make a few bucks, that might not even be worth it. Scroll down for my full Amazon DFY review.

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Even though Kevin David is the pitchman for this biz opp, he does have a partner in AMZDFY. That guy is David Arnett. This new guy claims that he’s an 8 figure Amazon seller and by trusting both him and Kevin you’ll have a team of people launching an Amazon FBA business for you. They’ll find the products, they’ll source them cheaply, buy it for you, store it for you, and create the listings on Amazon. Once the sales roll in, Amazon takes it from there.

Why offer something like this in the first place? Why not just keep dominating the market silently? Mr. two first names answers in his pitch video. It seems like a bit of a cop out, but he says Amazon only allows you to have one seller account. And since your store will focus on one niche, it limits your ability to expand. Amazon DFY is his work around apparently. Now sure, that does makes sense, but does it make CENTS for anyone else besides Kevin and David Arnett?

These AMZDFY ads let you know right out of the gate that if you don’t have at least $10,000 this isn’t for you. And if you thought that was the top dollar, you’re sorely mistaken. Depending on the level, and by the time you pay for the whole entire inventory (which might not even sell), you’re out of pocket nearly $40,000 or more. And if you thought Mr. 8 figure David Arnett would offer a guarantee, you’re SOL too. I don’t know about you, but support like that is a deal breaker for me. Where’s their risk? Where’s their skin in the game? Seems like the risk is on us only.

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To make matters worse, if your store DOES take off, Kevin David and David Arnett are going to proceed to take 30% of every sale that comes in. Now sure, you getting 70% sounds fair, but you took all the risk, don’t you deserve all of it since you fronted the whole entire thing? Not to mention you’ll have to pay their team ongoing, which still circles its way back to their pocket. By the end of it, they’re getting way more than just 30% and you’re getting way less than 70%. If you’re in this much of a hurry to get screwed over on $40,000 just go to your nearest casino.

Need I remind you that Amazon is always changing its rules? Even if Amazon DFY pulls off a miracle and does make you some money, it could be gone overnight with one slight misstep on the back end. Then what? Your business is gone, you’ve got no customers, no data, no skills, and no backup. But guess what? Kevin David and Arnett will be sitting just fine. They have everything I just listed AND YOUR MONEY. So I can see why they’re doing something like this for themselves, but why should you?

Now you’re probably wondering: “well gee, if the offer is so evil, why do they have all these good reviews?”. Thanks for asking. If you look closer at said reviews, you’ll notice they’re from a bunch of other Kevin David programs, courses, and events. Not AMZDFY. And to be honest, even though I can’t say for absolute certainty, the reviews on Trustpilot look fake. Kinda like he may have paid a bunch of other people in the Philippines to write them. I’ve also heard rumors that Kevin David has bribed people for these good reviews so that they get his other trainings for a discount. So I’ll conclude by saying you should take these “consumer” reviews with a grain of salt for AMZDFY. Trust your gut.

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John Reed: As a fellow patriot who’s disillusioned with the 9-5 “American Dream”, I’ve grown to loathe the self-help and “guru” industry.
And here’s what pisses me off about the industry.