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[ask] Has anyone used world wide brands??

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by anthony82988, Feb 17, 2009.

  1. anthony82988

    anthony82988 Junior Member

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    Just wondering if there is money to be made with their dropshippers?
    just wondering if anyone here has any good results with them
     
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    I have never done any business with them, but I researched them years ago. In every instance, I found people were not satisfied with them. I would be verrrrrry leery of them.

    If you haven't done so, google them. I think it will help you make the right decision.
     
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    Everything I've heard about them indicates they're great for niche stuff, but you won't find really mainstream tech things like PS3s, Wiis, ipods, etc for a good price. But if you're looking for Tiffany lamps to sell, or eco-friendly soy candles, etc etc... they've got that. :)
     
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    i had salehoo account before, n I can say it worthless if u wan to sell thru dropshipping method. Price too steep and products can be found much cheaper in ebay auction....
    As for WWB, I believe it the same old story, only picture they painted is much colourful.
    One method my cousin tried some time ago was that, he actually advertise a small column in the local newspaper and offer to sell overstocks, old stocks or closeout products for local merchants.
    Cost= Time+adv. fee+small shipment
     
  5. anthony82988

    anthony82988 Junior Member

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    Nice...thank you guys
     
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    The only advantage is they confirm validity of suppliers but Salehoo do same at lower cost. WorldWide brands package their offering very well but I believe overpriced for the service they provide. They offer some guides for sale also but these can be sourced from torrents. I personally would save my money bbut they are a legit company and been around for a while.