If you’re looking to make money on Amazon, you’ve probably come across this product. But what is The AZ Code about? Could it be legit, or just another scam?
This is why I write my reviews for you to read. And I’m happy to see you here! Researching these products is important so that you can make an informed decision.
Most people would like to know what they’ll be getting inside, how it works, and if it’s worth the money. It’s always hard to tell with these hyped up sales videos, right? You want to know if they deliver what they promise.
I’ll also give you my honest opinion about it. And give you my sincere recommendations.
But before we start, do you want to simply bypass all these unknown products and start your business off on the right foot? Come and see where I learned to succeed, for real!
This product is inactive and no longer for sale. Not surprising…
What Is The AZ Code?
This product is supposed to be a “done-for-you” system to show you how to import products from China and sell them on Amazon as a merchant. This is also known as Amazon FBA (fulfilled by Amazon)
This is a Clickbank product, and the narrator calls himself Andrew Peterson. But this is a fake pen name, and the owner is unknown.
The AZ Code – $37, downsell $27
The Amazon Code PDF – 70 pages
- How to find a product you want to sell.
- Validating your idea.
- Branding & design.
- Connecting with suppliers.
- Keywords and ranking.
- Preparing your copy.
- Launching your product.
- Taking care of business.
Claim Your Free Website (not free…)
Watch the Super Affiliate webinar – $997 to purchase
- The Amazon Code Pro – $197, downsell $97
- Auto Profit Booster – $96
Who Is This System For?
No one really! This promotion offers many promises of quick money with little work, and there’s no such thing in this industry.
The owner is hoping to make you believe it’s possible, but only to make money from you. There’s no made-for-you system, and what you do get is dismal.
There’s just no way you can start your own Amazon business with what you get here. It’s simply an overview with no real training. And it’s certainly not worth your $37.
Below, we’ll discuss what you actually get, versus what he says you’ll get. Prepare for certain disappointment, lol.
How Does It Work?
Unfortunately, this product is most likely a renamed older product that the owner is trying to make more money on with a new launch.
It’s very overhyped and certainly doesn’t deliver what it promises. The AZ Code is simply a basic and very generic overview for a private label business.
Let’s take a walk through the video, and then the product. I’d like to show you what to watch out for when you see and hear things like this. The video is outright lying to you and hopes to make you believe what he’s saying.
The Outrageous Video
This video sounds almost identical to other products I’ve reviewed. The owner probably only make a few tweaks to change it up a little, and relaunched it with this product, lol.
Let’s look at the lies that I recognized…
Lie #1 – Success stories unverified
Right off the bat, the guy gives you names and locations of people who’ve succeeded with this product. Really?? How are we supposed to believe this with no proof? Anyone can say these things.
This is just one of the ways he’s hoping to draw you in and keep your attention.
He’s hoping you’re naive enough to believe him and hopes you’re desperate to make money online. Shame on him…
Lie #2 – Only large corporations know how to sell on Amazon?
Oh brother! He hasn’t told you it’s Amazon yet and is trying to make you think this is some secret website that hardly anyone uses to make a profit.
He finally tells you it’s Amazon! But you know what? There are many people who use this site for business. It’s not a secret unused site at all. And many people are very successful with it.
Lie #3 – Fake customer testimonials
The owner wants you to believe he has successful customers. But because he doesn’t have anyone to interview, he hired actors to read a script and try to make it seem authentic.
But these are video spokespersons you can hire from sites like Fiverr, and for as little as $5-10 you can get a video made for your promotion.
Here’s my proof for you…
Lie #4 – Unrealistic setup time.
This guy tells you that everything is done for you and that you can be set up in 30 minutes. No Way! You don’t know this yet, but this product is nothing but a vague PDF giving you an overview of private label selling on Amazon.
He then goes on to say you can make money from day one, $2000 to be exact. Again, a big fat lie! If that were the case, don’t you think we’d all be selling on Amazon?
It’s a viable business but takes time to set up and drive traffic to your site. And that’s one important step this PDF won’t teach you…
Nothing is done for you!
Of course, he wants you to think that you’ll be on your way to making thousands of dollars within 30 minutes. But being an online marketer myself, I can guarantee you this is impossible. It takes a lot of time to build a successful online business, no matter which method you choose.
Lie #5 – The Usual Sob Story
He shares with you his supposed background story. But these stories are over the top and fake, lol.
They follow the usual script, something like this:
- Something happens to his job or his health, and he’s almost ruined.
- Can no longer take care of his wife and children.
- Someone he knows shows up with an idea.
- He launches the system and makes immediate money.
- Now he’s rich and wants to help people.
Don’t get me wrong, stories are a wonderful way for marketers to connect with their viewers. I will do it too. But I make sure my readers know who I am. I’m not hiding behind a sales video, haha.
Lie #6 – Fake YouTube Review
What would a lousy product promotion be without its typical fake user review on YouTube? lol And this one is no different.
The again hire someone from a freelance site like Fiverr, hand them an extremely vague script that tells you nothing, and reuses it for all their different product launches.
I’ve seen this done often, and usually, the owner will simply swap out the product logo on the screen. This time he didn’t even bother to do that!
Notice how this fellow never says a product name or gives you any details? I’ve seen this particular gentleman in many other reviews as well.
Take a look at my Ecom Profit Sniper review. Notice the exact same video?
The Product Fails To Deliver
So where’s the done-for-you system? All you get is a PDF providing you with an overview of private label selling on Amazon. A very short tutorial for a whole business set up.
The overview is OK, but there are no actionable steps. No over the shoulder training videos. Nothing!
I thought he said you would be set up in 30 minutes and making money today? Nope, impossible! The owner outright lied to you in the video and severely under delivered.
Oh, you get a couple of offers that are not even relevant. Like the free website offer. Which isn’t free. This is an offer that’s in most Clickbank products, which will end up costing you about $140 upfront with a monthly hosting fee.
And the other offer to John Crestani’s Super Affiliate System? It’s certainly real, but this will cost you $997 to purchase.
So why are they here? Because the owner wants to make more commissions off of you.
Please stay away from these. How can you possibly trust that they would be any more helpful? Even though he promises you that it could double your profits and such, it’s most likely another lie.
If the owner can’t introduce himself, makes such outrageous claims, and can’t deliver what he promises, then you can expect the same from his upsells.
Private Label Alternatives
If you truly wish to create this type of business, then there are safer alternatives for you to seek out.
- Udemy has many courses on this subject. When you take one of these courses, you have access to the instructor and can be sure the training you receive is updated. And most courses will go on sale for as low as $10-$15.
- Amazon itself will explain to you how it works.
- If you Google “training for private label selling on Amazon”, you will find many training products available. Just make sure the owner is real, and you can look them up and read reviews!
- 60-day money back guarantee
- Low cost
- Unrealistic income claims
- Unrealistic timeline claims
- PDF is just an overview
- No made-for-you system
- Insufficient training
- Unfulfilled promises
Final Thoughts And Recommendations
This product is so frustrating to me. It’s bad enough that the owner states lies after lies, and severely under delivers on his promises, but it also makes a bad name for affiliate marketing.
When people get sucked into this horrible training, they get frustrated, lose hundreds of dollars, and start to believe that affiliate marketing is nothing but a scam.
That’s why I write reviews like this, to help people stay away from these low-quality products. My mission is to help people start their own profitable online businesses, the real way!
Is The AZ Code a scam? No, but close…
Would I recommend it? NO
Online affiliate marketing is a wonderful industry and can be very lucrative. It’s a great way to create your own passive income. And there are many legitimate ways to learn how.
What most newbies don’t understand is the realistic time frame to success. This business is cumulative. What I mean by that is there is a lot of work up front, and you reap the benefits further down the road.
That’s the way it works in “Google World”, lol. When you start your website, you’re very new and Google won’t recognize you as an authority yet. But with consistently adding content (articles/blogs) to your site, it shows Google that your serious about building up your business and starts to rank you higher and higher.
And that’s how you start to earn traffic to your site. This traffic is your potential customers.
Adding social media accounts and email lists all contribute to your traffic sources. But this all takes proper training and tools to succeed. There are certain strategies that work, so the appropriate and most current training is vital. Otherwise, you’re just wasting your time.
Can I make you my sincere recommendation?
I would love for you to see where I learned affiliate marketing, and have my business there to this day. I’ve been there since 2011 and love it. It’s the real deal!
They provide training that always updated and current. All the tools you need are integrated right into the platform. And the active, live community is the best place online for help and support. And I’m not talking a Facebook group here. That too is right on the platform.
The owners introduce themselves to you and are available to help any time you wish. Their business has been successful for 15 years, and they currently have over 1.5 million members worldwide! They must be doing something right, eh?
If you click on the image below, you can read all about it. And when you join up (for free, by the way) I’ll greet you on the inside and help you along for however long you need me to. See you soon!
So did you know that private label selling and Amazon FBA were the same things? And where did you first hear about The AZ Code? Probably from your inbox, right?
If you have any questions or comments, please leave them below. I’d love to hear from you!
6 thoughts on “What Is The AZ Code About? (Review) It’s No Longer Available!”
Hi Suzanne. Good article.
I wondered what all the hype was about. I have heard of the AZ Code but did not know what it was.
I was considering looking it up, and so glad I read your article first. Thank you for shedding light on this and revealing the truth.
I’m going to check out Wealthy Affiliate. It sounds much safer to me.
Hi Thomas and thanks for commenting.
I’m glad you enjoyed my review. My desire is to show people exactly what’s inside and how it works. You can never believe the sales video lol.
I believe you’ll truly enjoy WA. It’s the best start for someone new to online marketing.
Thank you so much for your review of AZ code.
It is so unbelievable to me that people get away with posting fake client videos using people from Fiverr and the like.
Unfortunately, though, people want to trust others and, online, it’s really hard to do that. If only this world were so kind!
Thank you for providing an honest review and calling out this company for the money grabbing scam it is.
I also love that you have shown a legit way to start off as an affiliate marketer. I will be looking into it.
Hi Ashley and thanks for your comment.
I don’t think these product owners care if anyone trusts them. They’re hoping people will believe the lies and just but it before thinking about it.
That’s why they hide behind a fake name, lol.
I work hard to earn my readers trust and won’t ever recommend junk like this. That’s why I write these reviews. To help newbies stay away from things like this.
I look forward to seeing you in Wealthy Affiliate. They are honest, transparent, and truly want their members to succeed.
Hi, Suzanne thanks for the information.
I am glad that you did a detailed review of this product.
It is really great to have someone passionate enough and care for everyone else’s well being to provide us with information about some scam that is taking over the internet.
I usually do thorough research before I commit to a program that I am not sure of. This really helps me understand that I should stay away from the AZ code.
Hi Kelyee, and thanks so much for your kind words!
My desire is to help people create their own online income, through honest and reliable platforms. And I certainly like to expose all the junk out there too. It’s a shame there are so many, but I want to do my part to help, lol.
There’s no way anyone can possibly know what’s inside these horrible products by viewing the videos. It’s all lies. That’s why I write these!
I’m glad you visited today,