FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Yes! As with any business it takes time to grow and you will need to re-invest your profits initially to build up your inventory. There are Amazon UK FBA Sellers who make an extra income and come that make huge profits each month. Selling on Amazon is my income.
This isn't a get rich quick scheme. This is a business and so there's no straight answer to this question. How much money you make will depend on how much money and time you have to (re) invest. The more of each, the quicker your business will grow.
I enjoy what I do and it's opened up a lot of opportunities for me in my life. I'm able to work and spend time with my family without being tied to a job. Writing this course means that I get to show others how they can do what I do.
Wherever there are products to buy!
Pick a store on the high street, in a retail park or online and they are likely to have something also for sale on Amazon that you can make a profit on.
If, within 30 days you change your mind, contact me for a refund.
The more products you have, then the chances are you'll make more sales. The beauty of being an Amazon FBA Seller is that you can build up your inventory. You're not committing to buying in bulk so you can find the products that work for you.
The Part-Time Profit course gives you the information you need to make knowledgeable purchases and therefore products that sell. I would recommend that you re-invest as much money back into your business to start.
No! Anyone can become an Amazon FBA Seller and run a successful Business. This course gives you all the information for you to take at your own pace. Be mindful that Amazon is a successful marketplace and they have high standards and expect this from their sellers.
I'm going to say yes - I think it's a great course!
I'm passionate about what I do and helping others. This course includes all the information I found out along the way. Having it all available at the beginning is a great start.
I'll sell anything that makes a profit (within reason....) I've sold products ranging from toys, to milk to nappies and tools.