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OK, with that out of the way, let's get onto the review of this product, which I happen to like a lot.
I have seen a lot of arbitrage products over the years, and have not been very impressed with many of them.
This one is an exception. It was created by Zak Loveday as part of his "Brokering School" brand. Zak arbitrages all sorts of things, and makes good money doing so.
Arbitrage Autopilot Profits shows how to successfully arbitrage services from Fiverr and market them elsewhere (such as Craigslist).
At first glance, I thought this might get saturated, but it is applicable to many other things using the strategy he lays out.
The course is done in video format, but he has downloadable info as well, such as templates, etc.
Zak is a young guy and is very excited about his topic. He is fun to learn from. Don't let his age fool you. When it comes to arbitrage, he knows his business.
Normally, I do not care for most upsells, but there are two upsells with this that take his strategies and expand on them a bit. If you are creative, you can probably figure out some good ideas for doing that on your own, but he shows exactly how he does this in some related niches.
Here is a video walkthrough of the product and the upsells:
One final thought: I do not care for the word "Autopilot" in the product name. It is a bit misleading. Yes, much of his system is automated, but if you are going to use this to earn consistent money, it will take dedication and work.
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