I must say, I can’t seem to get through a week without having to review at least one “online opportunity”. This week is no different. That’s OK after all this site is all about helping you to build an online business but I just have to laugh because there are so many out there and it seems like I’ll never be able to cover them all.
The Flipp Ninja Review will help you decide if Flipp Ninja is for you. We’ll cover what it is, how it works, if it’s “legit” and finally I’ll give you my opinion on the program.
It’s my hope that this review answers any questions you might have about Flipp Ninja and help you to make an informed decision as to whether or not the program is a good fit for you. I’ll let you in on a little hint… What I really hope this post does for you is it saves you from frustration and heartache.
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That’s all I’m going to give away in this introduction. Let’s move onto what Flip Ninja is…
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Flipp Ninja is a money-making course that was created by Pallab Ghosal and Art Flair. It supposedly teaches you a way to make money in as little as 24 hours. The sales pitch goes on to say that if you start today, you can make your first profits by tomorrow and even earn anywhere from $25 to $100 every time you invest five minutes of your time to the method they teach.
The pitch is enticing and who wouldn’t want to make $25-$100 for only 5 minutes of time invested? I’d be a pretty rich man. The problem, you’re not really told anything about how you actually accomplish this. The details are vague at best and really don’t even exist. All you really get is “it’s simple, easy and anyone can do it”.
The pricing listed here may not be what you see if you find Flipp Ninja elsewhere. That’s because people can buy licenses and resell them and prices change for products all the time. For the most part, they’ll be in the same ballpark but I wanted to be clear here that you might see it offered for $15 here, $10 there and so on.
Of course, there are various testimonials and income claims on the page and, if you go to sign up at the amazing price of $12.97, you’re shoved into a sales funnel designed to upsell you on more packages (for more money of course).
This package is all about taking the work out of doing your own flips, freeing up your time. Sounds great but again there are no details and this package will set you back another $35.82.
Consider this one a more economical option that gives you the same as the above package but without the music and stock images. This will cost you back $25.21.
Again, no real details are provided but your investment of $197 will result in unlimited traffic and, from what I can tell, you might be able to run ads on a Facebook page or something like that.
You can make money by selling the Flipp Ninja solution! Yes, that’s right, you can buy licenses ($97 for 300 or $197 for 1000) and turn around and sell the program to others for a profit using their videos and sales funnel. OK, sounds great but we still don’t know how/if this even works or what benefit the other packages really bring to the table.
An 8 cast study package that touts advanced training, outlining of some flipping campaigns and so on. This is a hard sale push as they tell you that this is a one-time-offer and that you won’t be able to take advantage of it at this amazing price of $25.27 later, etc. You later find out that this isn’t really true and can take advantage of it at any time…
Just like the Done-For-You packages, this one takes a little away and offers you a portion of the previous package. In this case, you lose 3 of the 8 case studies and only have to pay $15.23.
As you can see, there’s a lot of promises and packages to choose from but again, no real substance to what you’re going to get or how any of it works. So, let’s see how it all works…
After you get through the sales gauntlet, you’ll end up in the Members Area. In all honesty, this just feels like another sales page to me, with recommended products, a video suggesting you go back and take advantage of the upsells and so on.
As if that weren’t enough, you’re going to come across instructions for signing up for additional products via affiliate links and several Facebook groups where there are even more services for sale, etc.
So let’s talk about training… The training does contain valid information but it is difficult at times to understand Pallab as he has a pretty thick accent which is only made more difficult to understand by the ample background noise in much of the training material. Not only that, the material seems like it was slammed together and isn’t really refined.
Basically, Flipp Ninja teaches you the Arbitrage method. Think buy low, sell high. This isn’t a bad thing and can actually make you money but it’s not a get it all done in a few minutes a day solution either and is, by far, not the best way to make money online, in my opinion.
There are plenty of red flags here. Let’s count a few of them below:
As I alluded to in the previous section, it’s difficult to understand Pallab much of the time and the training, in general, seemed unpolished and rushed.
The biggest offering this program has is more offerings. You can’t turn a corner without being hit with something to buy and/or sign up for that eventually tries to sell you something else.
Really, you’re going to offer that “great opportunity” but only once and if I don’t take it that’s it? I’m sorry but this sounds like a threat more than an opportunity. I’m not a fan of this high-pressure sales tactic.
This really isn’t sustainable in the long run and there are so many better opportunities out there.
In the end, you have to weigh the pros and cons. The only pro I could think of was the $12.97 price point but, thinking back, you get what you pay for and this program fits that to a T, at least for the initial offering. The upsells are a whole other creature and I’m not sure they actually offer any value.
First off, this isn’t a SCAM or program that doesn’t offer anything of value. I want to be clear on that. What it is is a sub-par program offering a little value but, in the long run, isn’t going to help you build a sustainable and profitable online business.
Yes, it’s legit. It’s just not worth it. I don’t know how else to say that. It’s cheap, offers some real information and so on but teaches you a defunct, unsustainable way of making money and tells you that you can do it with very little time and effort investment. That’s just not the case.
Well, I try to keep my opinions bottled up until the end but, as you can see, I’ve sprinkled them throughout this post. So, what does The Flipp Ninja Review reveal? A program that does provide some legitimate training on a virtually useless method of making money these days using rushed/unfinished, difficult to understand training material with a ton of upsells offering vague advantages if you opt for them.
I guess what I’m trying to say here is… Don’t waste your time with Flipp Ninja. There are way better options out there.
If you’re truly looking to build an online business that can withstand the test of time, consider checking out my number one recommendation. It’s not fake, doesn’t make unrealistic promises and does require you to put forth an effort. It’s a real business-building platform, not a promise of fluff and rainbows.
If you do decide to check out my recommendation and sign up through one of my affiliate links, I’ll be your direct mentor and will be happy to help you out and guide you as you progress through the program. Either way, do yourself a favor and take a look. The free Starter account won’t cost you anything but your time and the only upsell you’ll see is the Premium membership option which you are not required to upgrade to.
Now, I’ve shared my thoughts on Flipp Ninja but I’d love to hear yours… Did you already join Flipp Ninja? If so, did you make any money using their method? Have you found value in any of their upsells? If you aren’t a member of Flipp Ninja, are you planning to join? Did I miss anything in this review that you think should be included? Please let me know by commenting below. I read each and every one and love to hear what you have to say.