Walmart Automation Alliance review: You’re reading this because you likely just saw their YouTube ad and are doing some research on Google. You’re probably wondering why they used a paid actor, who reads a script, touts a done-for-you Walmart Dropshipping business, if it’s so legit in the first place right?
The cringeworthy ad starts off with a some bold predictions. The main one being that they believe Walmart could overtake Amazon in just a few years time. And that if you’ve been bombarded with other ads telling you to do Amazon FBA or your own Amazon store, then listen up, cuz those days are over. This mysterious actor says it’s just too crowded. But not with Walmart, they just opened up to dropshipping, which means there’s no competition right now.
“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 says. And look, if you don’t know where to start, Automation Services has your back. Which is just weird to me considering they try to be internet ghosts that have a vague YouTube channel that’s unlisted with no videos, website, or social media.
But who really cares right? Especially since they say they’ll build a fully automated Walmart dropshipping store for ya’. I do think it’s a bit weird though since they claim this opportunity to be brand new while also saying they’ve built sever 6-7figure stores already…“We call this Walmart Automation because our team handles everything from A to Z for you,” he explains.
Act now and get in on the $20 billion dollar pie, Blah, Blah, Blah. Check out this link to see what Walmart Automation is all about, and with that, the actor is done acting, and goes back to searching for more gigs on Fiverr. So yeah, if you couldn’t tell, I’m skeptical and a little insulted.
Look, if it’s so legit, why use and actor? Why is there no real brand associated with it? Do you honestly believe Walmart will catch Amazon? How are these results so great if they’ve literally just started? And if it’s a blue ocean, why tell everyone? What does this all cost? Do they take nearly 90% of revenue like other programs? Do they have any guarantee? What about happy clients to show off?
Just too many questions left unanswered. If I were to guess, they’ll probably get you on the phone, sell you on a package that costs in the neighborhood of 10-30k, make it sound like you’ll be rich quick, and to your concerns they’ll say “Just be patient. It can take six months or so to really get it dialed in.” But by the time that happens, they’ll be on vacation while unqualified VA’s are working on your Walmart stores with your wallet draining. And I’ve gotta hunch you can forget about a refund.