Amazon BootCamp v3.0 2017 Review by Jessica Larrew

Amazon Boot Camp 2.0 -Laying the foundation

Want to sell on Amazon? Forget about the painful process of dealing with shipping products for your customers. Amazon can do that for you using their FBA program. Continue reading my Amazon Boot camp V3.0 Review and see if it will save you the pain.

Name                 : Amazon BootCamp V2.0Amazon Bootcamp main page

Owner                : Jessica Larrew( The Selling Family)

Price Tag            :  $297

Official Website :

Category: Fulfillment by Amazon

Rank                   : 90 out of 100

What IS Amazon Boot Camp v3.0

A complete guide to show one how to sell on Amazon. The training is based on a series of video courses that show one how to make money online by having An Amazon FBA business.

Amazon Boot-camp Summarized Review

Amazon Bootcamp
Are you tired of selling on e-bay where you need to pay for shipping? In my Amazon Boot Camp V3.0 review, I will explain why you need to consider an FBA program like the selling family for a living
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Written by: Tony Omary
Date Published: 06/28/2017
Jessica is ready to teach you how to make a full-time income by selling staffs on Amazon. It is the model She is using to make a living for her family.
4 / 5 stars

A Brief Introduction of Amazon Boot Camp and Larrew

Jessica is the person behind Amazon Boot Camp. She was before an e-bay seller before thinking of creating The Selling Family. She never had any major breakthrough so she had to continue with her day job which could not sustain all her needs and that of her family.Jessica the founder of the Selling Family

Jessica knew that she could always do something better. When she gave birth, things became even worse. She had to drop her son Aidan every day before attending her day job and pick him afterward. She felt that there was a way to replace her income and make her stay at home with her son.(This was a mission)

It is always a brilliant idea to do what you love. Right? Jessica had something she loved too. Guess what is it…


She started on e-bay but still, this could not make her stay at home with Aiden. The process was complicated due to shipping and the likes. She continued with this only to realize that there was a cheaper way. ” Could there be a cheaper ways Tony?” You may ask.Make $10k/month Webinar

She Discovered FBA ( Fulfillment by Amazon) and everything changed afterward. Since 2011, Jessica, Cliff(her husband) and her family are have been making SIX FIGURES selling on Amazon using the FBA program working less than 20 hours a week.

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Summarized Review of Amazon Boot Camp V3.0

The Selling Family has all the time to spend with family and friends. But why are you here?

Jessica and Cliff are willing to share the techniques that they used to Make their First SIX FIGURE online. They have a series of super quality training to help anyone who is interested in selling on Amazon using FBA.

Amazon Boot Camp V3.0 Pros Vs Cons


  • Quality training.
  • Frequently asked questions which give light newbies.
  • Available Scanning App for FBA business and how to use it.
  • Guide on where to find products for good prices.
  • Timely support within the group.
  • Awesome bonuses.
  • There are some Free training modules before you buy.
  • The price can be broken into 3 payments.
  • For only $297, you get lifetime access.


  • Support is on Facebook(Free Platform)
  • There is no way to ask questions after the training.(Ask  them on the Facebook group.)
  • Finding specific information can be difficult since it is a video only training.
  • The price tag is expensive for some people.
  • With Amazon, you must invest upfront. So, prepare your wallet!

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 Who is Amazon Boot Camp V3.0 For?

As I mentioned during the introduction, Jessica is a former Amazon seller. Amazon Boot Camp V3.0 is For those who want to shift from E-bay to Amazon due to shipping expenses.

It is also for those who want to make money online through selling on Amazon. Most people have tried it and failed due to lack of training or resources.

What to Expect From Amazon Boot Camp V2.0

Amazon BootCamp V2.0 Review-Bofore you buy

There are also other resources that you will get…

  • Tools of trade.
  • Bonus Modules.
  • Laying the foundation.
  • Sourcing for products in person.

What I found more interesting are the bonuses. Check them out.

Amazon Bootcamp V2.0 Revie-Bonuses


Everyone like bonuses. I like them too…:-D

Amazon Boot Camp V3.0 2017 Video Review

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Amazon BootCamp V3.0 Pricing

There is ONLY two Main Prices. You can either buy it for $297 or pay it in 3 months for $99 each month. It is completely up to you.

My Final Thoughts On Amazon BootCamp

Amazon Boot Camp make having an FBA business easy with the Training modules. In addition, you will copy what the founder did to make their SIX FIGURE online. Amazon bootcamp      Get Amazon BootCamp V3.0 Now!

Are There Alternatives for Amazon Boot Camp V3.0

Amazon BootCamp is an Alternative for Amazing Selling Machine which is now closed. Amazon boot camp is cheaper than Amazing Selling Machine.

If you are new to Internet marketing and do not have an idea of selling on Amazon, the Wealthy affiliate is also an option. It shows people how to build a website, grow any online business and make more money.

In the community, people get expert help and know where to get started. with skills, tools, and support, your business will grow automatically.(You have to do some work, though)5 Step formular to Earning $10,000/month E-book

Oh, I almost forgot, you can check out Adventures on the River If you are on a tight budget.( Hint: Cost less than $20)

Final Overview on Amazon BootCamp

Name                  : Amazon BootCamp V2.0

Owner                 : Jessica Larrew( The Selling Family)

Price Tag             :  $297

Official Website  :

Rank                    : 90 out of 100

Verdict                : LEGIT, Quality training on how to Make money with FBA

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  • Hi Tony,
    Do you think FBA can be an investment for the future? Is it wise to invest a lot in a business that’s totally dependent on a third party (amazon)? What if they decide to end FBA? Also, I agree with Horton, I believe that it’s starting to get saturated… Every product you can think of has hundreds of sellers, or maybe I lack creativity! :p

    • Yes,

      FBA has been in business for a long time. It is hard for it to end in the near future. Remember, the number of buyers is also increasing Silimi.

      If something is saturated, it means there are buyers. Why not get a slice of the pie?

  • Hey Jim,

    Thanks for sharing your experience with us about The Selling Family. I really appreciate it.

  • I spent a year researching selling on Amazon training before I finally decided to buy the Amazon Boot Camp. After rejecting the obvious scam artists, I watched a video on YouTube by Eleanor Prior. She made a good case for not going the private label route, which I was leaning towards, and recommended Jessica Larrew’s Amazon Boot Camp, which taught retail arbitrage instead. I also read a positive review of Amazon Boot Camp on a different website. Jessica was charging $297 for her course, and the scammers wanted $5,000. After watching a sample video of Jessica’s course, I decided I liked her approach. She warned you about what things not to do – something the other guys never did. That made me trust her.

    After paying for the course, I wrote her and told her that I was glad that I found her course, and that I might have a few questions along the way as I was going through the modules. She seemed OK with this, and I settled down to studying. She answered two of my e-mails. When I asked her about the 30-page Amazon FBA agreement Amazon makes you sign to become an FBA seller, her answer was, “We don’t do any hand-holding.”

    I wondered what constituted a legitimate question, and what constituted “hand-holding.” I surmised that in her view, any question that she couldn’t be bothered answering was hand-holding. When she offered to refer me to people who could help me with this, I said yes, please send me some referrals. She never followed through with the referrals. After that, she stopped answering my e-mails. I felt like she was treating me as one of her Amazon customers; sale made, no further contacted needed. This is not how a teacher treats a student, and it was my first rude awakening about Jessica.

    I then went to her Selling Family page on Facebook to get my answers. I got a lot of helpful responses from other students. One day, a friend of mine forwarded me a link to an article by Cynthia Stine titled, “Is Arbitrage Dead?” In the article, Cynthia had posted inside information about what major changes Amazon was planning to make regarding arbitrage sellers, which of course, had the potential to affect Jessica’s students.

    At the time I felt this article would be good information for the Selling Family members to have, perhaps even open a dialogue, and so I posted a link to the article on the Selling Family, thinking it might be helpful. Jessica went ballistic, removing the link within seconds after I posted it, and told me in no uncertain terms that I would be banned from the group if I tried to pull a stunt like that again. This was my second rude awakening.

    As it turned out, Cynthia’s information was good, and Amazon did implement some sweeping changes that affected retail arbitrage sellers. Cynthia told me that if she revealed her sources, the people who worked for Amazon feeding her this information, would be fired, and so could not reveal her sources on where she got this information. Too bad Jessica didn’t want to hear about this. It might have helped some of her students, but it seemed she was more concerned with protecting her empire than allowing an open discussion of the issue.

    At this point, I stayed away from the Selling Family. It was no longer a place where I felt comfortable. After she threatened me, she had made it very clear that I was not welcome there anymore.

    As far as the course itself goes, I thought it was good, and had a lot of useful information. The main flaw of the course is her premise that you are supposed to scour the various clearance tables of drug and discount stores, find something for one third the price of what it is selling on Amazon, and send those items into Amazon FBA for a tidy profit.

    I tried to do this many times, in many stores, and found the ugly truth was that in almost every case, the discount price the store was offering was the same or higher than what Amazon was selling it for. Take out the FBA fees, and you’re not only not making a profit, but running your business at a loss. The idea that you can buy something at a clearance table and turn around and sell it for three times the price on Amazon is pure fantasy. This is not something Jessica address in her course.

    The second problem I have with her course is her insistence on becoming a pro seller long before your sales as an individual seller supports this. As a pro seller, she recommends you subscribe to expensive services such as Inventory Lab, a $49 a month fee, on top of your $39.99 pro merchant fee. Isn’t this a little like putting the cart before the horse? Buy the Cadillac after you can afford it, not before. She didn’t seem to have any concept of teaching you how to build your business to point where these expenses are justified. She advises you to invest in these premium services long before you can afford them. That’s nice if you have a trust fund, but for the rest of us just starting out, wholly impractical.

    In the Tools of the Trade module, she recommends you buy a $350 Uline tape dispenser. Really? She also recommends a Scotch low-noise tape dispenser for $25, so as not to wake the baby at night while they’re packing up their FBA shipments. When Cliff demonstrated it on the video, it was so loud that I almost fell off my chair from the sheer volume of noise it made. I think it even woke the neighbors. So of course, I had to ignore these ridiculous suggestions.

    Jessica has prepared a course with some very good information. I have benefited from taking her course, learning things that I didn’t know before. But her treatment of her students, her resistance to feedback and questions, and her refusal to open discussions on issues that may affect arbitrage sellers borders on despotism. I guess she is just too busy being fabulous, selling on Amazon, to bother about her student’s concerns. Buy the course, learn what you can, but be aware that you are on your own, once the sale’s been made.

    And good luck finding items you can buy at one third the cost, and then turn around and sell for three times the price on Amazon.

    • I wish I could get my money back for purchasing their guide. Nearly everything I looked up , there were already dozens if not hundreds of sellers. I think the selling family is making their money on their how tos now probably more than their amazin inventory.

      • I guess you bought it from them because they stand out, quality and also cheaper as compared to Another course like Amazing Selling Machine.

      • Tony,

        I have not had a chance to review Amazon Boot Camp 3.0 yet. Hopefully Jessica will have addressed some of these issues that I will mention in this post.

        What I did learn from Boot Camp 2.0, about rankings, keyword selection for product searches, and how Amazon works in general from the seller’s perspective was very positive, and I am grateful to Jessica for that. Her information there is very solid.

        That said, however, the main thrust of her teaching is how to make money, and that’s where her course fails. So, of course, she’s making her money now by teaching instead of selling. That would be an educated guess, based on my experiences of trying to apply her teachings as an Amazon FBA seller.

        I don’t know how many times I’ve been standing at a store clearance table, scanning the products with the Amazon Seller app, only to find out that their “sale price” is the same or higher than what Amazon is currently selling the item for. It gets so depressing that after a while, you want to stop doing it.

        The idea that she promotes is to buy the product for 1/3rd the price, and then triple it on Amazon. Amazon FBA takes out 1/3rd, you’ve already paid 1/3rd for the product, and you end up getting 1/3rd back in profits. So you only end up doubling your money, if you’re lucky.

        The problem with this scenario is that unless you’re going to go to a wholesale or rebranding model of selling, which is not what Jessica teaches – she teaches retail arbitrage – your chances of finding deals like this, where you can buy for 1/3rd the price and then triple it on Amazon, are practically nil. If you’ve actually tried this yourself, then you know from experience what I’m talking about. You are then forced to move into the wholesale business, which is not what I wanted to do. Who wants to spend thousands of dollars buying items from China to sell on Amazon? Plenty of people do it successfully, but I don’t have that kind of investment money, so I went with the arbitrage model instead.

        By the way, Amazon considers brand-new items bought from a store for resale on Amazon as used items. I got this little bit of information from Cynthia Stine’s article, “Is Arbitrage Dead?,” which she later renamed, “Is Arbitrage Changing?” after getting so much flak from arbitrage sellers.

        That Jessica completely fails to address this very large issue and main thrust of her course is…how can I say this without sounding judgmental…negligent?

        I grew up with some very fine teachers. They welcomed feedback, and answered your questions, even considered your suggestions for improving their courses. My experience with Jessica was the opposite. Once you’ve bought her course, she’s done with you. She treats you like one of her Amazon customers – have as little or no contact with the customer as possible after the sale has been made. She even teaches this in her course. Not my idea of a good teacher. Not even close. I wish she knew the difference between being a good teacher and being a good seller, but she doesn’t seem to know this, at least not from my perspective.

        So buy the course, learn what you can about how Amazon works, and have fun with it. Just don’t expect any support after the sale. And don’t expect to make any money, either. Those items Jessica says you can buy for 1/3rd the price and then triple them on Amazon don’t exist, at least not in my reality. And I’ve looked very hard for them. So there’s the good and bad of it.

        • Jim,

          Thanks for sharing your experience with our online community.

          As you say…”Jessica has prepared a course with some very good information. I have benefited from taking her course, learning things that I didn’t know before…

          You are still welcome to clear things up.

  • Hello Tasos,

    It’s unfortunate Kam Fatz from Adventures on the River closed the program to NEW members. He Now direct new members to EpicConvertions.

    I feel wealthy affiliate remains the best place since they have been in business for over 10 years now.


  • Tasos Perte Tzortzis

    Hello there Tony , it’s interesting to find a cheaper alternative on the Amazing selling machine , which I find it is pretty expensive.

    I have to further investigate those free videos to have a better understanding of what is included.

    Amazon has a great reputation and co-operating with this colossus can be proved valuable for any entrepreneur.

    Thanks for this review , cheers.

  • Thanks for a clear explanation of Amazon BootCamp. Fulfilled by Amazon is a business model I’ve been interested in for a few years, but I’ve gotten the impression that it’s saturated. What do you know about that?

    It seems the people who make big money with it somehow get a control over the product they sell.

    • Hi Horton,

      If you have been willing to learn about the FBA model of business, then Amazon Bootcamp is the best alternative for you. The training is quality and the support is supurb.

      Why are you thinking it is saturated? You can dominate anywhere if you are ready to learn. The online market never gets saturated.


  • Hi Tony,

    This is the first I have heard of a Amazon bootcamp, very good and robust overview of this product, sounds a good prospect for those with sales experience, your article is well written and I really like the video that gives a visual side of the product , it is easy to understand, reviews help reassure those looking to invest in a online business venture and even though it seems expensive however it is still a low risk investment after all we will need to spend some money along the way to grow our business. I also like the last minute call to action presenting them with a another offer to join wealthy affiliate

    • Am always happy when I give honest reviews. Biased reviews will chase away my visitors. I want them to find it easy to make decisions before they purchase.

      For those looking forward to making money with amazon, they can give it a shot. The reason why I recommend wealthy affliate more is only that it is more affordable.

  • Greetings Anthony,

    Upon visiting your post on Amazon Bootcamp, I must say that the overall review was straightforward and the message very clear. I don’t feel that anything was left out. The visuals also made the subject more interesting.

    Once or twice you mixed up the Amazon Bootcamp and Ebay ( Look under: Who is Amazon Bootcamp V2.0 for?). That needs some correcting for after all you don’t want to confuse your readers.

    Tony, you’re doing a good job here. Carry on.

    • That is exactly what I meant Lina. There is no mistake in that. Amazon Bootcamp is for people who want to shift from E-bay to amazon. The FBA program make things easier!

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