Can you explain how drop-shipping works and the fees involved?
You first have to join a drop-shipping club by openning an account. The drip-shipping company offers the goods at (supposedly) low price then retail price. You just take their their contents as well as the goods to sell them at your websites (including ebay, amazon and etc...) at a higher price. Once an itme is sold, you then collect the payment, and send the info to the drop-shipping club. Then they will "drop-shipp" the itme to the customer using your name.
The idea is you can sell stuuf without carrying the inventory. They do almost everything for you.
Many individual manufacturers and multi-vendor distributors will drop-ship for you. However, the profit is minimal.
It is a good way to determine what will and will not sell well. Once you know what will sell, then you could stock and sell it from your location.
Buying and stocking inventory is riskier.
"The more risk, the more reward"
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