Anyone here ever tried drop shipping?Can you recommend good sites to source products? Is it lucrative?
Most drop ship places are scams. Even the ones that are honest have lots of things bad about them you never think about.
I sell stuff from a few drop ship places but I had to look very hard and long to find them. Most places are nothing more than a middle man.
The products often don't match the images, items are often cheap and break. Or they are always out of the items and never tell you until after a customer that bought from you calls to complain they never got their order.
So who gets left with a charge back and broken items that you can't return? You do. For the most part, drop shipping is not worth the hassle.
D.S. Wholesale..In demand items
Go here first
I signed up with this one (there is a small Fee) Got their catalog
and used it for fundraising at the Senior High School that my son went to.
We made more money for the school, that year, then we ever had.
All I know is that World Wide Brands and Salehoo are two reputable places.
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