Created by eBay seller Stephen Lennox, The eBay Income System offers a step by step blueprint that teaches users how to make money selling on eBay.
What is the product?
The eBay Income System comes in a video format, each of which instructs you on a different aspect of establishing and running an eBay business. Stephen Lennox covers a host of subjects in The eBay Income System from staples such as how to market your products and identifying niches, right through to the obvious things like setting up an eBay account through to the more advanced buying in bulk abroad. All of these are based on Stephen Lennox’s experience which based off his case studies certainly seems to be impressive. One of the main appeals of The eBay Income System is that it shows you how to start out on a low budget, even with little or no experience.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
The eBay Income System is on the expensive side at £296 + VAT . This brings the total up to £356 which is a hefty price really. Especially when you think Stephen Lennox only gives a 7 day refund on purchases of The eBay Income System. In terms of income, The eBay Income System will allegedly teach you to start up a business that earns over £500,000 per year. This is a bold claim and whilst I don’t doubt that Stephen Lennox makes this, a cursory glance at the case studies shows investments that most people simply couldn’t afford.
Does the product provide value for money?
No matter how well Stephen Lennox has done on eBay, I am not convinced that any guide to this kind of business is worth £350.
eBay selling is not a difficult concept to understand and whilst I don’t doubt that Stephen Lennox provides some great insight throughout The eBay Income System, I just don’t see it being value for money. The sales page pushes a half million pound business but the reality is that most people will probably be lucky to earn a tenth of that for a long time. This is namely down to the investments required. For example the cheaper examples that Stephen Lennox provide strongly suggest being in the right place at the right time and the fact is that being lucky simply isn’t a sustainable way of doing business.