Arbitrage Underdog Review

Arbitrage Underdog

What is the product about?

Arbitrage Underdog is a product that allows you to act as a broker between those that are looking for services on Craigslist and people who offer that service on the website Fiverr. The software searches for people looking for certain niche expertise on Craigslist and then automatically matches them with people who offer that service on Fiverr.

What does the product offer?

The product is a piece of software that will search for services that are required on Craigslist based on keywords and other search parameters. This then creates a list of all advertisements on Craigslist complete with the date posted allowing users to sort out only the freshest leads. The same piece of software then allows you to search for those same keywords on the website Fiverr and which then shows all people offering that service. It also includes the seller’s ratings to ensure that you are able to link up the best people for the job.

How does the product work?

The product works by allowing you to profit from the services offered on Fiverr. Fiverr is a website where people offer their services (no matter how bizarre) for the price of $5. This means that you as a broker are able to identify where there is demand and supply it at the price agreed with your buyer on Craigslist. The beauty of the system lies in the fact that as long as you are receiving a payment amount over the $5 price point on Fiverr you can theoretically make a profit.

What is the initial investment?

The product itself is currently retailing at $27 although this offer is supposedly only open to the first 250 people to purchase. After that the cost will rise to $67. There is also a 100% money back guarantee in the event you are unsatisfied with the software.

What is the rate of return?

The rate of return seems to be based around the amount of work that you are willing to put into it. Arbitrage Underdog make no guarantee as to what your return would be with no examples of potential earnings. The profit potential is definitely there to be seen in terms of the how the product works but with no examples it is hard to gauge what the income would be.


The product definitely shows potential in terms of the service and how it works. Utilising the difference in the price for services between Craigslist and Fiverr is a shrewd move and given how the product streamlines the searching process and allows you to quickly create matches. The price of sale seems reasonable given what is on offer and many of the markets on Craigslist are probably niche enough to make this a potentially profitable venture.



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I live in Australia, can I earn money by using Arbitrage Underdog?

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From: Simon Roberts