David Zaleski is the guy who made EcomHub.com, the company that has turned the art of building Amazon Businesses into a science. He has a proven methodology along with his team of experts and believes he can anyone from 0 to 6 figures as a seller. He also offers something called “Seller Startup Studio” in addition to their FBA academy coaching program. This is an opportunity for you to invest in a high-yield, always growing ecom industry. But is it legit? Scroll down for my full review.
Ecom is basically the new way to shop. It’s plain, simple, and basically headache free. And since basically half of all online purchases are made through Amazon, it’s a good place to make big returns on your money if you know what you’re doing. And while you might not, EcomHub claims they do. “Years of experience have made us professionals at building profitable stores to take advantage of the online marketplace,” David writes. “So our Seller Startup Studio is perfect for you if you’re looking for a hands-off, high-ROI investment partnership; not another course or biz opp.”
Compared to other markets out there like crypto (unpredictable) or real estate (expensive), the ecom space continues to grow profits despite both pandemics, wars, and inflation. The point I’m trying to get across is that if people are buying things on the internet, ecom is a safe bet. “And while no investment is 100% risk-free,” David concedes, “investing in an ecommerce store with us helps you minimize your risk as compared to going it alone, while still providing an abnormally high return value.”
To give you a good comparison let’s think about stocks for a second. The average return on those is 9.2% per year. For long term real estate you’re looking at about 9.4%. But according to EcomHub, you could get up to 20% per year by investing in one of their stores! That said, don’t invest money you can’t afford to lose. There are no guarantees. But the risk/reward ratio here doesn’t look half bad. So how does it all work? What do they need you to do? And when can you expect profits? Keep reading.
You have to invest in two ways. First, you have to pay Ecom Hub for their seller startup studio services. Next you cover the cost to launch and grow the business. Sounds like a lot huh? They’re just taking your money, paying themselves, and will give you a little cut. I mean you’re buying the inventory, paying the shipping, private labeling, paying the marketing, and David’s team. That should stand to reason you should get more than just 20% right? “Your investment allows us to build you an ecommerce store in the most successful space on the internet: Amazon. We have developed a formula to build and scale quality Amazon stores that generate income quickly and efficiently,” he says.
After you invest (give them your hard earned money), Ecom Hub will then happily onboard you. They’ll start doing all the research, show you some winners they think they found, and then you’ll choose which one to move forward with. Then they’ll find the best supplier at the best price, order the samples and make sure quality is in order. Next they’ll order it, apply your branding, and list it for sale in your store. Finally they’ll give you their rank and bank secret sauce to get it to the top of Amazon search results.
In the ideal scenario, the one that’s pitched to you, you should have passive income in just a matter of months. Plus you’re gaining an asset that will have a higher value over time. You could even sell it in the future for 6-7 figures if it does well enough. David doesn’t specify what the price is to do all this is or what the profit split would be. That’s pretty annoying, I’d rather know the numbers first before just blindly trusting someone you know? If we look at other similar offers though, you’re likely looking at $30k or more just to get started, then you’ll have to open a bunch of credit cards to keep the ball rolling. Ecomhub will likely take 10-15% of the net profit as well. But you’d have to book a call to be sure. Either, you’re financing the whole thing and they’re getting paid most of the money, why not try my solution instead?