Sure, you came across a Tom Wang ad on YouTube or whatever social media platform, making loud his point on "passive-income."
In case you forgot, I'm sure you remember this "Stop! Did you know that every time you shop on Amazon, you are helping someone earn passive income?"
I believe that's what has led you here as well as interested in FBA businesses, in turn looking into Tom Wang's Masterclass, simply because you can be "making money in your sleep" just as Tom does *chuckles.
Today I'll help you have a better look into his Masterclass and give more light on the legitimacy of the business side.
Let's go ahead.
FBA Masterclass Review
You can have a glimpse of some of the chapters in the image , topics, as well as the introductory message below to get a better idea:
Is It Real? Is This Masterclass Worth Your Time and Money?
As we start on the Workshop, you are introduced to Tom, his background, and his reason for venturing off to start selling products on Amazon.
You immediately get an idea of who he is as a person, too, and how different this line of work is. He also highlights that his friend introduced the idea to him, and later on, he decided to pursue it as well.
"Hi, My name is Tom Wang. I was a regular guy who had a great 9 to 5 job, but I knew I always wanted to start a side business selling stuff online." Wang shares.
He expresses the need to share with others (also expressed in his ads) how to go about the same.
His success has led him to help most people venture into FBA businesses, and he claims that it works for anyone and everyone. More so, it has guided him to start in-person workshops, coaching, and even currently online workshops as this Masterclass.
Actually, on that fact, it will be hard for you to miss the on-screen graphics that come across the screen displaying multiple students' and their success stories.
He leads you to more insights on his methods and essential pointers to help you start and establish yourself in this business.
For example, the "single product profit system." where you start by choosing a single product. Something under 50$ that consumers cannot do without or sells all year round. The product is better if it's small, simple, and lightweight within the 100-200 gap (indicating lower competition). This process can also be termed as "an impulse buy."
And that's just the beginning; other notable things addressed in this 2-hour plus Workshop are:
- Lifestyle business tips
- Importance of Mentorship and how it helps
- Evolutionary nature of businesses on the internet leading to erratic consumer patterns and behaviours.
- Nature of Amazon and how it works
- What we've discussed briefly; How to find a product as well as generate income selling on Amazon
Note: Be sure to also look at some of the chapters in the Workshop in the image above to get a better idea of the content.
The Workshop offers excellent insight into the FBA world, allowing you to step in with a better understanding with more confidence and direction.
Is There A Secret To His Success?
Tom mentions that the central part lies within their "bottom-source" process.
Anyone can find hot products, but if you can't keep your costs down, you're going to struggle to make a profit. That's why Tom and his team will contact up to 60 suppliers to find the ultimate deal!
What a headache!!!Yikes
Sounds awful, doesn't it? Then you factor in how jam-packed the FBA market is, the cost of start-up capital you require (FBA Masterclass costs you $8,997 in addition to a couple of thousands for your first round of inventory and another thousand or so for ads). I understand and see how hard it is for one to want anything to do with this.
But is this Worth it?
Is Tom Wang a Trustworthy Source? Or this is just another scam.
From the Masterclass, the first thing I should mention is, everything he is giving forward carries' validity. However, it may not be easy to interpret (as any information we may receive).
Some claim that the information he pulls through is picked from various people in the same field of work. His claim that he might not know how long he can offer his advice and information appears to be false.
I believe it is in his interest to get as many people to see and hear his ideas, picking up the same type of work for themselves in the present into the new future.
The thing is, you may agree or disagree with the things he tables, but you cannot deny the fact that he appears to be genuine and follows every principle he presents to whoever needs to step-into the FBA spectrum.
Whether you find it annoying or not, information is a beyond bargain kind of deal. You take what you need and use what you want.