Dropship without Permission Method

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  1. martinact420

    martinact420 Junior Member

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    Hello everybody! So let's say I want to sell 4 wheeler service manuals. I want to sell to the customer from my niche site and then order from the manual from a random dealer and have them send it to the customer.

    Lets say my keyword is "2004 ytz 450 manual". I optimize a page on a niche site for the keyword and offpage seo it to the top of G. I put a shopping cart on the page and charge people $75 for the manual. Then when I get a sale, I go to G Shopping here -

    https://www.google.com/search?q=200...79,d.aWM&fp=517dd349d85c70a3&biw=1092&bih=480

    where there are a ton of low priced manuals, pick a decent dealer, and do the deal.

    Rinse, repeat, and order from many different places so no one really catches on to what I am doing.

    I keep the extra money off the top, thus dropshipping without permission.

    I have a few questions about this.

    1. How do I stop the customer from realizing what I did, ie: overcharging the shit out of them.

    2. How can I protect myself as the seller with PayPal as you need delivery confirmation signatures.

    3. Am I crazy to think this is feasible?

    Let me know what you all think.

    (I'll be offline for a few hours as I have to do some offline work for Etsy.com as I just got busted dropshipping without permission over there, and I was making decent daily scratch with it, LOL!)

    Thanks!
     
  2. inviz

    inviz Newbie

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    Hi!

    I'm actually doing the same thing as you on etsy :p The way I do it when buying shit from a random supplier, I just email them OR if they have a field where I can write a message with my order: writing that the item is a gift and ask them to not include any invoice or order reciept, because I'm buying it for my uncle or aunt as a present. Haven't had any complaints so far!
     
  3. martinact420

    martinact420 Junior Member

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    I got popped on Etsy by a company who claimed their gifts were exclusive. I ripped their page onto Etsy and the company must have been searching the web for their duplicate content. I had to jump thru a ton of hoops but got the Etsy account un-sunspeneded but I doubt I could get away with it again.

    So be careful!
     
  4. martinact420

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    No go for the original post?