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Potential new dropshipping company advice


dakotajoe71
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19 Jan 15 07:27:18 pm
Hello everyone. Newbie here. Just started selling on Ebay a few days ago. So far working with 2 dropshipping companies out there and I keep filtering through the directory here in search of more. Has anyone heard of Dropcom.net? If so, can anyone give me any advice or recommendations on them? I don't just want to dive in and start listing their products without doing my due diligence on this company.

They list products on their website where you buy them, then list them on Ebay, or wherever else one would sell. They hold the product for you. Once the product sells they dropship it to your customer. If the product doesn't sell, you get your money deposited back into your Chase Quick Pay account, (which is an equivalent of a Paypal account) minus a restocking fee, depending on value of the product, i.e., a product that's valued anywhere between 1.99-99.99; they will charge a restocking fee of 1.99, and so forth.

It sounds too good to be true, and I have researched their products on Ebay and they seem to sell real well, with pretty good profit margins too. Thank you for any advice and/or info!

Giuseppe


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fudjj
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20 Jan 15 10:01:41 pm
Hi Giuseppe and welcome to the forum

I don't know anything about the site, but a server search indicates that the website was only started last year and is set to expire in few months time.

My advice would be to steer clear!


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edithmcneill
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I'm using them and after a rocky start, sales have been coming in. The process is seamless, they handle everything, you don't pick your products, and you pay for the products in advance. They stream inventory through your Amazon account, and when something sells, they send you a note, (Amazon does as well). The note tells you how much the item cost you, (wholesale) and deducts it from your account. Shipping is free and they send you the tracking number which you post to Amazon and that's it.

Still in my 7 day trial and considering staying with them if they don't require a large sum in advance. So far they've been the only dropshipper I've made any money on.


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14 Apr 16 12:42:03 am
Thanks for the helpful feedback Edith, much appreciated :)


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