Kindle Autopilot Tycoon Review

Kindle Autopilot Tycoon is a training program that the creator, Andrew Waring, claims will teach you how to outsource the creation of Amazon Kindle books and sell them for profit.

What does the product offer?

Andrew Waring’s training program comes in the form of ten videos that cover a series of subjects relating to the outsourcing aspect, negotiating the best prices and marketing your Kindle books on the Amazon Kindle Store. Andy Waring also provides users with the audio of these videos in mp3 format so they can be studied anywhere. Also supplied is bonus content in the form of Passive Kindle Publishing Blueprint and Beyond Kindle Publishing Guide

How does the product work?

At the centre of Kindle Autopilot Tycoon is selling Kindle books on the Amazon Kindle Store but without actually doing any of the difficult work like the writing. What Andy Waring suggests is that using websites such as fiverr you can pay people to carry out the actual writing aspect whilst you come up with the main idea for the book and feed them that information. Once you have a completed book you can upload it for sale on the Amazon Kindle Store.

What is the initial investment?

Kindle Autopilot Tycoon is for sale for $7.00 and this comes with a 30 day money back guarantee. If you try to leave the sales page for Kindle Autopilot Tycoon you can get the videos only for $5 and if you try to leave that website you can pick up the mp3 versions of the training program for just $2. Both of these cheaper alternatives come with the same 30 day guarantee.

What is the rate of return?

There is no specific rate of return advertised on Kindle Autopilot Tycoon but it seems likely that the profit will not be a huge amount on a per unit basis, but given the nature of what you are selling it is cumulative profit that is the ultimate goal. Once a book is uploaded for sale in can hypothetically earn money forever.


There’s a lot to like about Kindle Autopilot Tycoon. It’s inexpensive, has genuine potential to make money and doesn’t offer inflated claims in terms of performance. The only possible concern that I have is as to how much getting a book written based around your idea will actually cost. Andrew Waring claims that getting a book written would cost in the region of $200 and it will likely take a long period of time to make that money back. That having been said once you have got your initial investment out of the way you can rest assured that as long as Amazon Kindle Store is operational you have the potential to be making money from it.



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Comments (1)

I bought this product and the link doesnt work.

Then emailing customer support says his email is full!

Its only $5 but damn!

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