Are you looking for an eCom Jumpstart review? Cameron Wallace is one of those Youtube stars, barely 18 that claims to be rolling around in Shopify drop ship cash, and he’ll teach you how to do the same for only $497.
The course is promoted through clickbait style videos on Youtube such as, ‘$10,000 profit in a week’ and ‘Moving into my first apartment at 18 years old.’ Another video talks about how he likes to create Tai Lopez style videos, the one cut ones that don’t require editing.
Credit where credit’s due Cameron Wallace does seem to offer lots of value in his videos. Unfortunately he rambles on and on about things he’s doing differently to other drop shippers yet fails to tell you how.
Another concern is showing a $9,000 per week (this is what some stores do in an hour) Shopify dashboard that means nada and you should take note with gurus that show you such dashboards without breaking down the numbers.
There’s no mention of costs of sales, expenses, taxes, you know the things businesses need. Great, free traffic from relationships with vendors but they get a profit share, yet fails to tell everyone what profit share they get.
Who Is Cameron Wallace?
When the wire hits, withdraw all your cash and take a photo.
Then promote your course.
Personally for me when the wire hits it goes straight back out again for more traffic.
Jokes aside, outside of Youtube and Instagram there’s really no information on this entrepreneur and that’s probably due to his recent success. Also his name is fairly common and radio presenters, DJ’s and actors all hold the top organic results.
eCom Jumpstart Review
The course includes a little over 40 videos, yes 40 (version 2 now includes 19 more videos) and the course costs $497. That’s a super short course for the price and compared with other courses I’ve watched that include 200+ it’s fairly lackluster.
The course is in version 2.0 which means the videos have been updated but are still super short with some videos only lasting a few minutes.
The video training claims to show you how Cameron Wallace and his team are making $30k per month net profit. Bold claims with little more than a sales video to back those up.
There are wild claims all over the sales page, $0-$100,000 is another claim made, $30k per month,
You get access to a Facebook group which at the time of print included 65 members. You also get access to email support with Cameron and his team. Currently you also get live weekly Q+A calls which are apparently worth $3k per hour…
The first three modules include videos on the guru, who he is and how to get started with eCom Jumpstart course. You also get a video on the mindset you need to have and what is drop shipping?
Three videos on what is the best store to store, niche vs general.
A quick 5 minute video on Instagram product research and this leads into three videos on Instagram influencers. There’s finally a video about that $100,000 he mentioned on the sales page, pretty average 90 second video.
Next theres 9 videos on Instagram and doing influencer marketing the right way. Example videos included here are all pretty short and one of them is only 2 minutes long.
5 videos on building a successful store, unsure if this section is incomplete or genuinely only 5 videos long, compared with other courses that offer 20+ videos it’s quite short.
We then get an insight into apps to install and his very own Shopify store which looks like a gimmick and probably isn’t his real store. I mean you’d be a fool to give away your store, right?
A fairly boring Facebook ads section is included of less than 10 videos but does include all the most recent videos. Another course I recently reviewed had over 50 videos on Facebook so you can tell it’s lacking ALOT of detail.
A 80 second video telling you to pay taxes is included, followed up with Stripe and credit card or Paypal issues.
Lastly there is a few videos on automation and scaling alongside some rather interesting cheat sheets.
Lastly, want a refund? You get 24 hours and 25% of the course to decide if it’s right for you.
Age is just a number but I don’t think anyone aged 18 can have enough life experience to call themselves a guru or a Shopify expert. Even if they are, why do they find the need to sell a Shopify course when they could scale their business to the moon?
Cameron’s course does offer some value but at $497 it’s not worth anywhere near that.
There’s 59 super short videos and limited bonuses included.
If you really want buy into his brand name then of course you’ll find refuge in buying his course and supporting his cash money lifestyle but you wouldn’t need a second opinion and would buy right away.
This course struggles to be worth $197 in my opinion, let alone $497 and the live training is not 1-2-1, it’s group based so I’d spend my money elsewhere. If you compare a course such as eCom Elites, $197 then you’ll see there is simply no comparison in the content offered. Have a read of this review and be your own judge.