Verified Ecommerce Review (Updated): Are Jimmy Hill And Adam Kalish Legit?

You may have seen these two youngin’s promoting their ecommerce program on Facebook lately. Jimmy and Adam are two kids who started all this just a couple of years ago in college. Today they’ve built up a couple of successful brands and believe they can help you achieve financial and time freedom. Scroll down for my full Verified Ecommerce review.

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“Our mission is to help small business owners and individuals get their products out to the masses in as profitable and efficient manner as possible with the most comprehensive and interactive e-commerce education platform online” Their mission statement continues: “Today’s e-commerce environment is dominated by large corporations such as Amazon and Walmart making it difficult for owners of small brands to compete. Our methods have allowed our stores to thrive in this environment and we help our students achieve the same outcome.”

This is how it started according to their website: “It all started when the founders Jimmy Hill and Adam Kalish met as college roommates at Central Michigan University. They became close friends and after graduation realized working a career job was not for them, and decided to branch out into creating their own ecommerce stores”

Why ecom? Jimmy and Adam noticed that ecom is the type of business that is ever expanding. That it’s easier now more than ever to build a profitable dropshipping business. Of course you need solid marketing strategies, but they claim to have you covered. I’m a little curious how they can be so confident in that claim…they haven’t been around THAT long just yet.

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Anyway…”After years of trial and error, Jimmy and Adam were able to nail down a repeatable process for creating scalable stores. they were able to repeat their success with friends and family from home and realized they were on to something. Today, their e-commerce businesses have multiple warehouses and offices in the Nashville area fullfilling almost 1000 orders a day.”

WOW! 1000 orders per day. That’s not too shabby. Of course the profit margin on that shrinks fairly quickly I imagine. That’s the issue with ecom businesses. you’re looking at a profit margin of maybe 10% tops. And most people dropship barely break 10k per month in revenue if they’re lucky…which means they’re only really profiting $1,000 per month. Plus if Adam and Jimmy were doing so well, why move into the coaching space?

My guess is that they found out the money in the coaching space is way better than the money in the ecom space. As you might’ve guessed, their landing page inevitably pushes you towards their “free training” in which you’re told “not to worry” about being pushed to some high ticket program even though that’s exactly what happens. No word on how much this costs just yet, but I’m sure it’s more than a couple thousand dollars because you’ll be pushed onto a sales call with someone relentlessly going after that commission. I think a safe bet would be to expect it to be at least $5,000 if not more.

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