Welcome to my StuffYourBank review. Today we’re going to be looking at a product by Jamie Lewis who I’ve never had the opportunity to review before.
Normally I see all the same faces producing all the same rubbish, but just the other day I got to review someone new and they actually put together what I thought was a really good product so I’m hoping this one will pan out the same way.
What we’ll go over in this review is how the sales page compares to the actual product as well as looking at the good parts or the bad parts as the case may be.
We’ll let you know who this product is best suited to before going inside the members area to see what that has in there. The upsells will also get a look so you know what they are, how much they cost and if there are any discounts.
Ultimately we’ll finish off with our opinion on this product and whether or not this stands a realistic chance of making you some money without losing it all first.
So, without further ado, let’s get this review started….
OWNERS: Jamie Lewis & Tom E
StuffYour Bank Review – What’s It About?
Before we take a look at the claims on the sales page I suppose we should find out what this is really about and the best way I know to do that is to have a look at the overview video in the members area because unfortunately you can’t always believe what the sales page is telling you.
One thing that stands out for me that makes this different is the inclusion of hand-picked domain names, their appraised value, how many searches a month, an SEO report plus the option to register that particular domain all within the members area.
The course is made up of 5 main tutorial videos that cover the basics as well as more advanced tactics. The main way to sell the domains is through GoDaddy premium which will require you to promote your domain name, letting people know it’s for sale.
The ways he advises you to use are STB marketplace which is part of the upsells, Facebook groups and Youtube.
And that is StuffYourBank.
StuffYourBank Sales page
OK, so now we know what StuffYourBank is about let’s quickly see what the sales page says about it shall we. Before we even scroll down the page we’re offered a $4 discount which is a bit weird.
I went through that video that is meant to provide live unfakeable proof and found it a bit strange, one of the participants, Lance Groom, that is supposed to have gotten ‘life changing results‘ is someone who has been around the domain flipping world for many years.
In fact, he releases courses based on domain flipping so why he even wanted to be part of this is beyond me. Another guy on there, Peter Codrington seems to have done a few of testimonials for products which doesn’t necessarily mean anything untoward, but can sometime mean the person offers their service and will say anything you want in a testimonial.
Just below that video it tells you that this has built in traffic which it doesn’t, well it does if you buy the upsell, but the front end doesn’t.
As I told you Lance Groom can’t be classed as a newbie by any stretch of the imagination.
To be fair the rest of the sales page isn’t too bad, there’s no real hype, no claims of how much money you’re going to be making this time tomorrow.
The Good Bits
- 30 day money back guarantee
- Supplied domain names with their value
- Clear and concise videos
The Bad Bits
- Questionable testimonials
Who is StuffYourBank For?
This product will appeal to the sort of person that that doesn’t mind a gamble because let’s face it there is no guarantee that your domain will sell.
So if you don’t mind spending a few dollars this could be just the thing for you. The course itself will set you up with what you need to know so as a beginner you wouldn’t be at a disadvantage.
Inside StuffYourBank Members Area
Before we get into the members area i just want to give you a heads up on the upsells. Sometimes vendors will give you a money back guarantee on the front end and then leave it off the upsells. In fact the last product I reviewed done just that.
One of my readers, Matthew, fell foul of this to the tune of $600 so my advice is to leave the upsells for the moment at least, they are available inside the members area so you won’t miss out if you don’t buy them straight away.
When you make it into the members area you’ll see this dashboard:
It’s a pretty easy dashboard to navigate around, you have the menu on the left and the videos or domain list on the right.
The last 2 videos include a 15-minute checklist and one that shows him actually buying a domain and listing it.
We’ll quickly go over the upsells to find out what they are, how much they cost and if you can save some money by way of any discounts.
- OTO #1 – 10x Profit accelerator – $97 with a downsell to $67
- OTO #2 – High Roller Club – $39 with a downsell to $29
- OTO #3 – Done for you package – $39 with a downsell to $27
- OTO #4 – Partner with Jamie – $197 with a downsell to $67
- OTO #5 – Entrepreneur league – $67 with a downsell to $27
To get those discounts all you need to do is click “No Thanks” at the bottom of each page. My thoughts on the upsells is that you don’t really need them and that you should concentrate 100% on the product you just bought.
At the beginning of this review I said that I was hoping that this would follow in the same footsteps as a previous vendor that I’d never reviewed before.
While the sales page does have some questionable testimonials I think the product itself is pretty good. I really like the inclusion of domain names which takes away all the guess work from you.
Flipping domains isn’t new and people do make money with it so this isn’t some pie in the sky product, it’s a legitimate way to make money.
Are you going to hit a home run with each name you buy? Probably not, but chances are you will eventually sell it and hopefully for more than you paid.
I’m more than happy to approve this one guys.
Flipping domains can be done on other platforms like Flippa or you could cut out the middleman and set up your own website to sell your domain names.
Having your own website adds to your professionalism, but what if you don’t know how to do that?
I’ve got you covered.
I was in that position once, but just over 5 years ago I was lucky enough to find Wealthy Affiliate who taught me not only how to build a website, but to rank them in the search engines.
Although it’s taken a lot of time and effort I can enjoy paydays like this:
And don’t forget that’s just one income source, the key to this business is having multiple sources of income.
Imagine having 3 or 4 sites all producing money like that. I think you can see the potential.
At the moment Wealthy Affiliate is offering free starter memberships, they’re also throwing in a free website and 10 free lessons so you could actually build your domain flipping website as you learn the ropes.
Simply click the banner below, no credit card needed, just a name and email address and you’re good to go.
I’ll meet you on the inside and be there to help you every step of the way. You’ll even meet the owners who will stop by to welcome you 🙂