Created by Ben Doyle, Find. Bid. Flip. is a training guide to starting a business buying and reselling products on eBay.
What is the product?
Find. Bid. Flip. comes as a combination of a written guide and video training authored by Ben Doyle, a successful eBay entrepreneur and co-director of a company that specialise in helping businesses to leverage eBay as a sales method. Drawing heavily on his own experience Find. Bid. Flip. is a step by step guide that teaches you how to start a business buying second hand goods, altering the marketing of the product and making money from this. Examples provided by Ben Doyle are predominantly fashion based where he has bought vintage clothing that has been labeled generically. He then re-lists the products with improved photos, descriptions etc. and selling them as vintage. Find. Bid. Flip. also provides users with tools and resources to help them in running their business.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Find. Bid. Flip. is available for a one-time cost of £47 with payment handled via PayPal. Find. Bid. Flip. comes with a 60 day money back guarantee that is offered directly by Ben Doyle. In terms of potential income, this is a difficult thing to look at. Ben Doyle says that by applying what he teaches in Find. Bid. Flip. he was able to make nearly £30,000 in his first year and that he now makes £15,000 monthly. He is also quick to distance himself from the notion that these kinds of results will be achieved by everybody.
Does the product provide value for money?
Personally I feel that Find. Bid. Flip. does offer value for money, BUT it is nowhere near as easy to make money from eBay as he suggests – so just be aware of overselling. There are many courses out there now for free, that could teach you the same.
Find. Bid. Flip. seems to be a very genuine product that has been designed to achieve what it claims. The methodology that is set out by Ben Doyle is solid and relatively easily applied by most people. Find. Bid. Flip. is a great business for starting out with due to low overheads etc. or those who don’t know where to start. If you are an existing trader on eBay there will be nothing new here, but otherwise there are much much worse places to start than with Find. Bid. Flip.