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Automation Alliance Review (Neptune Management)

AutomationAlliance.coNeptune Management wants to personally build you an automated Walmart store. Can you trust them? Read my Automation Alliance review below to find out. But first, compare Walmart dropshipping to virtual rentals:

Alright, let’s see what Neptune Management’s all about. I clicked on their ad and was taken to a simple squeeze page that looked like so:

Automated Walmart Store

Next, I clicked the orange button and opted-in. Moments later, I received the following email:


An E-Comm Opportunity BIGGER than Amazon




Dear Entrepreneur…

Would you want an opportunity to live the ideal lifestyle you’ve wanted for years, made possible by a passive side income stream?

Would you like your very own e-commerce store, built and managed by a team of experts, while you collect the profits? Read: You essentially be the “CEO” and get paid for your store while we manage it.

If you knew then what you know now about Amazon’s explosive e-commerce growth, would you have taken advantage of it?

If so, then you’re in the right place.

Spoiler alert: it’s not an Amazon store.

I’m sure you’re probably wondering, “I’ve seen something like this before. What makes you different?”

Our team has built 6 and 7 figure stores on this new platform, and now I’m helping private clients build their own ecommerce store stocked with hand-picked products and managed by my empire of over 500 ecommerce experts.

Now, I’d like to help you:

  1. Tap Into Brand New Revenue with an automated business that works FOR you and is managed by experts who will position your store for success
  2. Scale Your Business faster than Amazon and other online retailers, without early growth limitations so you own a business with no limits on quick & early profitability
  3. Find Financial Freedom by building and launching an e-commerce store that runs itself so you collect earnings without learning the ins and outs

What is this new platform?

It’s Walmart! The second largest e-commerce company in the world.

They’ve opened up their marketplace to compete with Amazon and it’s like selling on Amazon 5 years ago… you don’t want to miss this wave. Get an automated Walmart store and have our team manage then scale it.

There’s one catch:

You have to let me do the work.

If you’re thinking, “This sounds good to me!”, then let me quickly tell you who this opportunity is for.

Who This is For:

>> You’re looking to diversify your income and add a brand-new, automated income stream to fund your ideal lifestyle.

>> You want to break through the glass ceiling you feel is on your income right now.

>> You are willing to invest in yourself and create a sustainable, recession-proof business that will pay you for years to come.

I’ve put together a FREE case study video so that you can check out how this all works – completely RISK-FREE.

Show me more about owning my very own ecommerce store and ride this new wave!

See you inside!

Neptune Management LLC
9120 Double Diamond Parkway Box H271
Reno, NV 89521, United States

The link in the email takes me to the same landing page I was redirected to after opting-in. This one:

Automation Alliance Reviews

As the video kicks off, I’m introduced to an e-commerce expert by the name of Nick Mocuta. He’s the dude in this picture:

Nick Mocuta Ecommerce Guru

I’m told he’s done over $30 million selling on Amazon. He manages a team of over 500 employees for his private clients. And that hundreds of his students are now financially-free thanks to his done-for-you ecom services.

And, of course, he’s the creator of this brand new Walmart automation opportunity that’s supposedly flipping e-com on its head.

Turns out, Walmart, in an attempt to compete with Amazon, recently opened up their platform to third party sellers. And hardly anybody knows about it.

Less competition and no account bans make it faster and easier and perhaps more stable than a traditional Amazon FBA business, they say. Plus, no need to drive free or paid traffic to your Walmart store. (Since it’s not saturated like Amazon, their visitors will see your products without any extra effort on your part… or so they say.)

Still, their algorithm takes some figuring out. So, rather than jumping in blindly and wasting precious time and money trying to crack the Walmart code yourself, why not hire Nick and his team?

They claim they’ve already done the heavy lifting and developed a system for picking winning products on Walmart. And here’s how it all plays out:

Walmart Dropshipping Neptune Management

Dubbed “The Perfect Drop-Shipping Model,” in four seemingly simple steps, the Neptune Management team will turn you into the CEO of your own e-comm empire.

The result? You profit, as a middleman, every single month, without lifting a finger. (Their words, not mine.)

As expected, the video ends with them asking you to book a call, but hurry ’cause spots are going fast. Based on a slide they glossed over earlier in the presentation, I’m 99% sure Automation Alliance costs $10,000. Won’t know for sure till you book a call though.

And hey, if it works anywhere near as good as they say, it could be a wise investment. But I’m skeptical. Here’s why.

They never addressed the elephant in the room. Like, if this is truly a blue ocean opportunity and they’ve already figured out the formula for success, why the f*ck are they spending money (running paid ads) to tell us about it?

I mean, hell, they’ve already got 500 worker bees in place. Why not simply scale their own Walmart stores? The only logical reason is that it’s more profitable to sell the dream to others, amiright?

I get selling courses and coaching. Students still have to do the work themselves. They earn their keep. Yet, whoever sold them the program is compensated for their expertise and mentorship, which is highly leveraged thanks to tech. It’s a win-win.

But done-for-you? Hmm. If I did all the work, why would I hand someone all that glorious, long-term, passive income in exchange for a one-time fee? I wouldn’t.

Unless I had reason to believe I’d make more from that fee than I ever would from the Walmart drop-shipping store. That’s just me though. (*Wink.)

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