A lady is selling a "program" to teach people how to "shop their way to wealth!" Apparently, there is still one sucker born every minute, in the USA.
Of course, technically, you could make money by astutely buying products at a lower price and then reselling them at a higher price. The problem with this model is that in order to make a career of it, you have to have a steady stream of lower-priced goods available to buy and also a ready outlet to sell your goods at a higher price. This is the conundrum of every merchant in the world. And mercantile businesses are businesses of thin margins.
And of course, you end up with non-paying bidders, people who leave negative feedback, lost packages in the mail, people who want to return things, and so on - you know, all the usual headaches that anyone running a retail operation will have.
And while the program is called "shop your way to wealth" it really involves actually selling things as well. How does the program work? Well, unlike our eBay lady, the program uses Amazon, and uses some interesting aspects of Amazon, including one called "fulfillment":
Shop Your Way To Wealth is pretty much Amazon Local Retail Arbitrage.
What you do is go to your local store with their Amazon App and scan items to see what kind of prices they are going for on Amazon.
If you see that the price at your local store is way less than Amazon, you then buy these items up at that store…
Then you get home and package these items and send them into Amazon.
This is called Fulfillment by Amazon.
That just means when you send items into Amazon in bulk, they will package the item for you, ship the item for you and handle customer service and returns for you.