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Top 5 dropshippers

Discussion in 'Dropshipping & Wholesale Hookups' started by chukster, Feb 7, 2009.

  1. chukster

    chukster Junior Member

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  2. SYCRO

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    Thanks for sharing, i don't know any wholesalers.
     
  3. invisibleme

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    Have you tried WorldWideBrands?
     
  5. echaz

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    hey i'm a newbie in this section and would like to know whether the dropshippers sell original products or replicas?

    especially concerning dropshippeernetwork. do they only sell orignal products?
     
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    singa BANNED BANNED

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    Mine

    artsnow.com <== Stop now, as have big loss when they didn't deliver the item.

    dhgate ofcoz... :D
     
  7. thehilitereel

    thehilitereel Registered Member

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    Most of them sell both, you just have to read what you order.

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    www.lightinthebox.com
     
  8. vucinic

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    is lightinthebox reliable? Have you used them before?
     
  9. thehilitereel

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    I've purchased a jersey off of their once, the product was pretty good, I think it came from China.

    The reviews that I read on it before were mostly positive, but it has its risks with the port exchanges, just read the sellers feedback and do your homework before you spend your money.

    But for the most part, its not that bad.
     
  10. spiritwarrior

    spiritwarrior Newbie

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    I think worldwidebrands is the best wholesaler but the membership cost $299 one time. It comes with tutorials. :)
     
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    Id be wary paying that sort of money up front. Dropshipping is a two way deal, obviously they're making $ off you selling the products. Why would they need to charge $299 up front?...
     
  12. nyxxo

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    yea why the 299 up front sounds sketchy to me
     
  13. 19w08

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    lightinthebox is a pleasure to work with.

    Done ds business with them couple of years back, np at all.

    But again, thats a few years back. A lot can change but i don't thinks so with these guys.
     
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    May i know their average shipping cost?(to usa)
    coz some dropshipper are not from US and they have shipping cost are way too high (such as mkenterprise)
     
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    whats average, they sell from memory cards to wedding dresses.
     
  16. artfuldodger

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    DOBA is garbage, any product that would sell great is always sold out...which is a bitch if you have already sold it...and none of their prices are anywhere near true wholesale costs and are many times actually more than the average selling cost on egay.

    Once they get your phone number for the free trial you will get tons of email and phone calls trying to upsell you to coaching and buying an overpriced web store.

    Try the free trial and do some market research on any items you like...if you magically find some niche item that can be exploited for profit.....cancel anyway...they will send you an email offering for you to come back at a discounted rate.

    Ive had about 11 trial accounts so Ive had plenty of time to research the products....I think there out and out garbage
     
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  17. mdmoney

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    worldwidebrands is a good place to go even if you have to pay the $299. I just joined it last week as I was looking for more things to sell on auction sites. Once I get approved with a couple of drop shippers it should only take me a few days to make that money back in for my drop shipping project.
     
  18. pyasset

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    i am using artsnow.com as my dropshippers...anyone here are using the same with me?
     
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    stvmn Newbie

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    WorldWideBrands isn't a wholesaler but a membership site that keeps an up to date list of recommended wholesalers, sort of weeds out the scam sites for noobs ;)
     
  20. bl4ck1ce

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    WWB costs $299 because they actually spend the time to check out wholesalers/dropshippers and pre-qualify them for small scale ebay sellers. They keep the database up to date, and do a lot of analysis on sales trends etc. You can search for an item and it will calculate how profitable it is likely to be based on how many other people are buying that item from wholesalers, the going rates on ebay and the number of items that actually sell... it's a pretty good system, much better than any static list that could be from 2004 or something.

    Doba sucks, their prices are way too high to make any profit.
     
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