FlippMe [review]

Today I’m reviewing a new training called FlippMe.

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Its always super hard for me to review a training. Not because I don’t go though the training, but because unlike a software that I can demo its functionality with a training I have to be very careful not to give away what it teaches in my review.

I started reviewing FlippMe without any idea of what it actually was. However the training videos are clear, easy to follow and to the point. Very quickly I understood the basic concept and by the end I had a good idea of how this works.

At its core it centers around something that I was not even aware of. You can buy physical products on Fiverr. Now I have used Fiverr several times, for logo stingers, for voice overs, for graphics work, and honestly I always thought that it was just a place to buy low cost services or cheap digital products. But it turns out that you can also buy quickly produced, low cost physical products on Fiverr. I feel silly not knowing that and I actually checked myself to be sure you can really do just that. However after a quick search sure enough I found them.

Here is a gig where the seller will custom engrave a spoon with your name on it:
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Here is another one of a seller who makes a little stuffed animal thing:

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Both of these things have well over a hundred positive feedback’s, a ton of purchases, and great customer ratings. They are also a good indicator of the kind of physical products that can be had on Fiverr. Little gift / craft type products. These are just two examples as well. There are a lot of these little cute / personalized hand crafted physical products that can be had for five bucks.

So what does this have to do with FlippMe? Well FlippMe is a video training that teaches you how to buy these craft products on Fiverr and then resell them on another popular craft marketplace. So in this sense its kind of like arbitrage. You buy for a lower price, sell for a slightly higher price, and keep the difference as your profit. But it also teaches you how to actually have the Fiverr seller send the product directly to your customer. This way you don’t have to handle any merchandise and you don’t have to pre-order anything. You can buy the product only after you actually make a sale. Basically this is arbitrage combines with drop shipping.

So after going through the course what do I think of it? Well as I said, from a technical perspective the videos are good quality. They are short, but give you all the information, they are not full of fluff, with clear audio / video, and are easy to understand. However what do I think of the concept itself. Well a lot of people have made money with arbitrage and a lot of people make money with drop shipping and this combines the two. So that’s a good thing. Also this is selling cute / clever / gift type items, which is exactly the kind of thing people buy on the site that this teaches you to sell on. So thats also something in its favor.

Now I will be totally honest. I don’t think anyone is going to make a truck loads of cash with this. It’s not going to make you rich, and it does not claim it will make you rich. If your looking to replace a high paying job or buy a Lamborghini than this is probably not for you. However I do firmly believe that its possible to make $100-$150 or so extra a week with this without doing a ton of work. That is not unrealistic. What this means is that this is going to be good for someone wanting a side job, or some extra income. Someone not looking to get rich over night, but looking to make some extra money without having to do a ton of work. If you are a person looking for something like that. Then investing in this course (and taking action on it) will likely be money well spent. The price is of the training is very low (I think its something like $7) and because you don’t have to buy inventory there is almost no risk involved.

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BONUS: As always I want my readers to get a better value than anyone else, because of this my partner Mike (from Maine)  and I have added the following bonuses:

  1. Free access to Mikes “Fiverr Secrets” training that explains how he made money as a Fiverr seller when he fist started online.
  2. Free access to my “How I Earn Money Online” training that teaches step by step how I started my online business. I currently sell this training for $67 right here, but you will get it for free.
  3. We also negotiated a special bonus from Art. You will get free access to his “Fiverr Income Secrets” product, as well as free access to the first OTO for it.

Click here to get FilppMe as well as all three of these bonuses. To claim your bonus simply send your receipt ID to: flippmebonus@brettrutecky.com and I will respond to you with access instructions.

A quick note about the reviews I do on this site. The product vendors give me access to their products for free in order for me to do my review. However I make no promises to them regarding the results of my tests or what I will write in my review. Should you click a link that takes you to a sales page for a paid product for sale this link will be an affiliate link and I will be paid a percentage of the sales price should you decide to invest in it.
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  1. tony, 10 June, 2016

    Finally! Someone who put up an honest review so I know what this thing is. Their news letter is obnoxiously long and bloated.

  2. Brett Rutecky, 10 June, 2016

    My goal is not to ‘fast talk’ people into buying, its to provide them informed make informed purchase decisions. Glad I could help 🙂

  3. MKO, 10 June, 2016

    Thanks for a clear and concise review Brett!

  4. Gani, 12 June, 2016

    Thanks Brett for clear honest information you provided

  5. Randy, 12 June, 2016

    I made it a rule that I don’t buy ANYTHING from now on unless I know what the OTOs are, and how much they cost. When I buy a car, as an example, I know before hand what the upsells are and how much they each cost.

  6. Brett Rutecky, 12 June, 2016

    Upsells are of 0% importance. Either an offer is a value or its not. Either you can use a product or you can not. Anyone worried about OTO’s is not in the right mindset.

  7. Ali, 15 June, 2016

    hi
    you tested igloo ?

  8. Brett Rutecky, 15 June, 2016

    Ill be looking at it tonight.

  9. pierre, 09 July, 2016

    where is the video?

  10. Krissi, 28 July, 2016

    It said in fine print that after a month the prices rises. Do you know what it goes up to after that?

  11. Brett Rutecky, 28 July, 2016

    Sorry no I do not.

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