Wholesale Drop Shipping Scams Revealed

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					?Using Drop Shippers for Your Online Store? Avoid These Common Drop Shipping
Scams. I lost a ton of money with fake suppliers until I found these guys. It's time to
learn the truth about wholesale and drop shipping from someone who KNOWS the

If you want to acquire products to drop ship or wholesale, where do you look? There
are all kinds of wholesale and drop ship list for sale on eBay. There's likely to be lots
of decent companies right?

Not true, according to Chris Malta, the Product Sourcing Editor for eBay Radio:

When you see all these "Incredible" lists and books and packages of wholesaler
suppliers and drop shippers for sale on eBay and the rest of the Internet, for anywhere
from $5 to $50 or more, what you're seeing 99% junk.

There are thousands of scammers, snake oil salesmen and con artists on the Internet
who are just lying around waiting to AMBUSH you when you begin looking for
REAL wholesale suppliers to do business with. Believe it or not, there is a whole
niche industry built up on the Net around this kind of scamming! The folks who run
these scams have all the moral fiber of a box of hair, and the only reason they even
recognize the word 'Scruples' is from the TV ad for the party game.

You may have even fallen prey to one of these con artists, selling you their "insider"
wholesale/drop ship list of suppliers. Me too. I've purchased so many lists that I can't
even recollect how many. I don't know why, but I tend to find the "good" in people,
and I was "sold" by these marketing schemes time and time again, even after being
scammed by the latest one. Finally, after so many disappointments, I had HAD
ENOUGH. I decided to get to the bottom of this appeal we all have with
wholesale/drop ship companies, and find out if there really were any LEGITMATE
drop shippers for purchasing "hot" consumer goods at great prices.

I literally contacted the administrator of every wholesale drop shipping website I
could find. Posing as an investor, I managed to persuade the owners that I was
seriously interested in purchasing their entire website and business. That way, once
the cartoonish money bags flashed in their minds, they would grant me free access to
their member's areas to examine what I would be "buying". Well, I was appalled with
99% of what I found. Many of the owners actually bragged about how many people
purchased their useless subscriptions. I repeatedly found:

*outdated lists

*non-working links

*links leading to other sites that asked for more money
*no help section

*no real email support

*no refunds

I quickly realized that these so-called wholesale/drop ship lists were totally pointless.
And the owners knew it, yet they were laughing all the way to the ATM machine!
Needless to say, I didn't respond when they asked if I was still interested in purchasing
their websites. Surprisingly, while sitting through all of the scam artist's websites, I
was able to locate a group of individuals that actually ran legitimate programs.

The owners were common folk like you and me that found a way to earn extra money
working from home on their computers. Their membership areas were impressive,
with an impressive amount of quality information on how to make $100-$200 per day
on your computer doing very little work. I even chatted with a few of their customers
in several online forums, and they confirmed that they were earning extra money
using the information that the websites had provided them with. It was like I found a
few diamonds in the rough. But don't take my word for it, you can drop by the over
two dozen sites I found. See what you think.

They do charge a minimal fee for access to their program, which is to be expected for
any legitimate enterprise that actually has people on staff who are dedicated to helping
you get earning online. What a warm group of people! Anyway, if you do decide you
are interested in any of the two dozen companies, I advise you to join post-haste, as
the owners have informed me that they are getting so many new members by word of
mouth referrals, that they will be blocking off membership completely by month's end.
(By the way, you didn't get this news from me!) They don't have a large enough staff
to welcome many more people, and they are driven to providing excellent service to
each person. Well, my quest to find legitimate Drop ship companies has come to an
end. I have to mention I was thoroughly disappointed with most of what I found, and I
strongly urge you not to take any chances doing business with any companies other
than the twenty four I will share with you.

Whatever you do, I hope you will have a healthy, prosperous year for you and
everyone you love.

Take care and I wish you all the best.

Kevin Nobleman has researched and uncovered numerous scams in the corrupt online
drop ship industry. He has written special articles to help people avoid drop ship
scams. With five years of experience in the online drop ship industry, Kevin has
discovered over two dozen legitimate drop ship companies, wholesalers, independent
suppliers and buyer/seller communities he would encourage you to do business with.
He provides this report in a valuable information package on his website,