AMZDFY Review: High-Ticket Scam or Legit Opportunity?

There’s always a grey area when it comes to high-ticket programs. A lot of them do not live up to the hype, or claims that they are given.

However, I am a man who likes to do my own research before coming to any conclusions.

I don’t know Kevin David from a bar of soap, so rest assured, you know that this article is going to be completely unbiased.

First and foremost we will talk about who Kevin David is, what I think about the state of internet marketing gurus, and then discuss what the hell AMZDFY actually is.

Without further ado, lets get right into it.

Who is Kevin David?

Kevin David is a millionaire with a YouTube channel of 1.4 million subscribers.

This means most of these people must trust him and buy into his systems, especially if he keeps releasing new “make money online” products.

Although I am very skeptical when it comes to “make money online gurus”.

Most of these people are in it to make themselves money while giving you the scraps.

I found Kevin’s YT channel after doing a quick search about “how to make money online”.

I usually do this to see what the latest shiny object is, because well, as an internet marketer myself I need to know the trends.

Turns out that Kevin’s video is the first to popup. I checked him out to see what he was selling, and that’s when I found AMZDFY.

Turns out that he is doing incredibly well for himself, making lots of money as an internet marketing guru.

However, lets see what AMZDFY is really all about.

What is AMZDFY?

AMZDFY

AMZDFY is a high-ticket program that claims that everything is Done-For-You.

Basically, all you need to do is invest in the program and watch the money roll in.

Well, essentially, but you still need to do some work on your part.

Now the huge downside to this DFY system is that Kevin and his team takes 30% of all profits made, or $500, whatever is higher.

Why?

Amazon only allows 2 accounts per person, so they need you to create an account while they do all the handling, packaging, and shipping for you.

In a nutshell: You invest in a couple of YouTubers while you take all the risk and they take some of the reward.

That’s essentially what it is.

Amazon FBA is risky business model as it is, with only 30% success rate according to most business surveys.

You’re looking at a less than 1/3 of making any money, while Kevin and his team take even more of your profits.

This is just not a viable business opportunity in my opinion.

So How Does this Whole Business Model Work?

AMZDFY uses Amazon FBA to make money, but by doing all of the work themselves.

A quick overview of Amazons FBA:

FBA stands for Fulfillment by Amazon. Businesses send their products to Amazon warehouses all over the country to handle, store, fulfill and ship to sellers.

They do all the heavy lifting to make it faster for products to get to the people.

However, AMZDFY is a little different, they’ll store the products in their own warehouse and handle everything themselves.

The team behind AMZDFY will find products, negotiate prices, pay any fees, keep the inventory, ship products, and get good feedback.

The Red Flags

As I said earlier, I am a very skeptical person, especially when it comes to online marketing “gurus” that claim to have all the answers to your financial troubles.

Lets take a closer look at the red flags.

Bland “Good” Reviews and Lots of Negative Reviews

There are hundreds of reports that Kevin creates fake reviews to drain out the negative reviews.

Just look at this ratio from Trustpilot.

4.9/5 stars for a high-ticket program that costs thousands of dollars?

I’ve been doing internet marketing for 5 years and that definitely does NOT add up.

You also just need to look at the good reviews.

So many bland comments, nothing of substance whatsoever.

AMZDFY Positive Reviews

But then you look at the negative reviews and people are upset that they lost all of their investment, and claiming how much of a scammer Kevin David is.

AMZDFY Negative Reviews

No Refund Policy

There’s also a strict no refund policy.

For something that costs upwards of $5,000 – $40,000, you should at least be able to get your money back if you decide it’s not for you.

This just shows that most people that invest in Kevin and his system are not making money, meaning, most people are going to ask for their money back.

“Done-For-You” System

From the get-go I said that anyone that promises of a “Done-For-You” system is not always legit.

It’s a tactic to get desperate people to sign up while providing little-to-no value in return.

And The Ultimate Red Flag: He Made His Fortune Online By Telling Other People How to Make Money Online

Seriously, that’s all you need to look at to see that this man is not someone you should look up to.

Other than the fact that he’s a wealthy dude, what has this man done to make his money besides telling other people how to make money online?

That’s a problem, because you’re learning from someone who has not made it in any other industry but he’s somehow the guru to your financial freedoms.

Yes he says that he has made a lot of money through e-commerce and Amazon FBA, but those are just words.

I can say I made a million dollars in 1 month through an Amazon loophole and now I want to show others how to do the same thing, for a small fee.

Now I’d be getting rich off of lying to people. This is a common trend amongst online money-making gurus.

Can You Make Money With AMZDFY?

AMZDFY is a get-rich-quick scheme, however, not for you. It’s making the owners rich quick and that’s about it.

I’ve been in this business long enough to know the red flags, who’s scamming who, who’s making all the money, who’s in it for themselves and who has good intentions.

Kevin might have good intentions, but he knows most people won’t make money from his courses.

But that’s not going to stop him, because he still gets to live the life he desires at the expense of others.

You can make money with AMZDFY, but the chances of making any money, let alone break even, is slim at best.

Is Kevin David and AMZDFY a Scam?

I can’t say for sure that Kevin David is a scam artist, but if I was the average Joe looking to make money online, I would not invest any of my money into him.

But that’s just my opinion of course.

How do I know?

Because I’ve been scammed by people when I was a newbie. Fortunately I did not waste thousands but I did get scammed hundreds of dollars.

And regarding AMZDFY, in my honest opinion, the risk is not worth the price tag.

You’re looking at $5,000 just to get your foot in the door.

You do not need that much money to start a business…maybe in the offline world but especially not online.

Amazons FBA is a risky business model as it is, and when they take a 30% profit, your profit margins are going to be even tighter.

Verdict: Very High-Risk – Not Recommended

Is there an AMZDFY Alternative?

Very much so, there is a program out there that has proven to work for thousands of people, me included.

Unlike AMZDFY where they fail to provide any proof of people making real money, the program I use makes normal people money every single day.

I know because I am one of them.

I also make money via Amazon, but through their affiliate program, not FBA.

Basically I build blogs around specific niches, wait for them to rank in the search engines, and when people click my links, I get a commission.

That’s the gist of it.

There’s also a free trial so you can try before you buy. They’ll provide the first 10 training videos completely free!

Well that concludes this AMZDFY review.

If you don’t agree with this article or about Kevin David in general, I welcome all comments, questions, and criticism in the comments below.

Cheers and I hope you have a splendid day.

My name is Brandon and this is my website. I'm just a normal guy that had dreams, dreams that would keep me up at night because I wanted them so badly. Now I'm living my dreams of being an influencer and making a good living doing so. Broke Influencers is another of my creations where I teach people how to get rich being an online influencer, or die trying. There is no in between.

4 thoughts on “AMZDFY Review: High-Ticket Scam or Legit Opportunity?”

  1. I was ripped off by him and got really upset because I fell for the fake positive reviews, positive ratings and all the fake blogs that just over-exaggerates how good his course is. Recently, I went onto his trustpilot and saw the reviews you screenshot above and then today, I notice they were removed. I really hope someone exposes this guy legally because he has taken tens of thousands of dollars from his own clients for his Amazon automation program and I’ve yet to hear a single one of them making money. Lesson learned! Also, if they really need more Amazon accounts, why don’t they just ask their own family and friends to make accounts and pay them a 1-time fee to run it? Or why not just pay the customer a portion of profits they make using the customer’s store? OH wait.. Because all the risk would end up being on themselves!

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    • I’m really sorry to hear that – I feel your pain. I can’t even imagine what it’d like to be scammed that much money.

      I agree, I don’t see anyone making any money from this program, only affiliates who are promoting it.

      Maybe you can report them to the Better Business Bureau. The more complaints they get, and I bet there will be a lot, the more chances they’ll do an investigation and hopefully get your money back.

      Hope this helps!

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      • Thanks for approving my comment and thanks so much for your kind words. I will try making a complaint on BBB. I hope more people see your article/post/blog. It was impossible to find any negative info on this program. If anyone out there is reading: the regular course by Kev isn’t badly unreasonableā€“it’s just more expensive than others I’ve seen and very outdated. My issue lies with their AMZDFY program being a rip off; it’s not worth it at all and I regret wasting my savings on it. I hope less people make the same mistake I did. Anyway, happy holidays!

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