FAM - FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions
We recommend a minimum starting capital of P150,000 to start your Amazon business. This amount will be enough to cover product & shipping costs.
When I first started becoming an Amazon FBA Seller, I was working for 10 clients. So I was only able to work on my business 1 hour per day. For you? I encourage you to spend 3-4 hrs per day for better and faster results.
If you know how to use Google, Facebook, and YouTube, then I can teach you how to generate 7-figures in total gross sales in your first year.
So the answer is YES! If you follow what I teach, work hard, and trust the process, you can definitely do this.
You are trying to build an international business here. A business where you don't have to spend P1-million to just "try." You simply need a minimum of P150,000 as capital so you can start a business that can potentially earn P1-million in your first 24 months
Yet, like any other business, there is no assurance you will earn back your initial investment.
Your chances of success will depend on how you take action, handle adversity, and get direction. That's why the FAM coaching team and our community are here. We're here to help you do that. But in the end, it's up to you.
Kindly expect an email from our team for further instructions. Those who availed the Inner Circle package, will have 5 coaching calls which you can schedule within 6 months after joining the program. We will also have Masterminds discussions twice a month to have in-depth discussions and further address your concerns..
About the guidance…
Since you are going to be a lifetime member of our exclusive Facebook Group, you have full access to a support group of advanced, intermediate and start-up sellers just like you.
In addition, if you’ve built your business and you’re now looking to hire your first Virtual Assistant, we can also help connect you to our roster of trained VAs.
If all this sounds good to you, apply for my mentorship program today.
As I mentioned a while ago, I was a Virtual Assistant when I started. I grew my FBA business while working for 10 clients. I didn't learn marketing or sales while I was working for them. I picked it up along the way while working on my own business.
So the answer is NO. Sales and marketing background is NOT necessary to succeed.
You only need to follow a proven-and-tested system so you can sell dozens of products per day on Amazon. And I'm going to share this system with you once you join my mentorship program.
So if you’re ready to build an eCommerce store that generates passive income, that only requires 3-4 hours of work per week to maintain, and build a business that will last for decades...
...then join my Amazon FBA Mentorship Program today. I'll personally show you how to do it.
First of all, this is MUCH cheaper.
Secondly, my program is based on 4 years experience with multiple sellers and my own Amazon business. It is not based on the course I bought. You will receive personal guidance from me.The P 250,000 course was a *Self-Study* course. Once you buy it, you're on your own.
With my program, you won't just learn, absorb, and then apply. You can ask questions from an experienced Amazon FBA Seller, learn what to do once something doesn't go according to plan, and learn how to scale your business fast.
Thirdly, this is for Filipinos by a Filipina. Amazon FBA Sellers from other nations (like America, Australia, Canada, London, India, Hong Kong, etc.) DO NOT know the struggle of working from the Philippines.
And I'll show you how to navigate the confusing and complicated world of Amazon FBA through a Filipino's eyes. You'll learn insider tips on how to create a US Bank account even if you're in the Philippines, how to contact suppliers, how to ship products to Amazon's warehouse, and so much more...
If you want a Filipino to teach you how to do all this so you can make P 1-million in 24 months as an Amazon FBA Seller, then join my mentorship program today.
Please feel free to ask me! Send me an email at email@example.com
I'll answer your questions as soon as I'm available.