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  • Lisa James

    First piece of advice is to never reveal your suppliers. You did not spill the beans here since everyone knows of those that you mentioned. And in my opinion they are junk and would look elsewhere. It is not easy to start off and the drop shipping route is something I would not start of ebay. Some people are successful at it but I would stay away from it at least until you worked with a supplier for sometime testing them on other venues. You basically have your business in their hands. Most of those suppliers on those sites you mentioned are selling junk that no one wants.

    • Stina Pettersson

      Hi Lisa,
      thank you for your comment and advice. I never reveal my suppliers when it comes to the online retail business model, but regarding AliExpress (which I can hardly put in the category of authorized suppliers) I needed to warn people. Like you say, they are selling junk and are unethical. My goal is to help people avoiding my mistakes.

      Dropshipping definitely comes with some big cons. Unethical dropship suppliers can destroy your whole business, like they did for me. It took long to recover from the financial loss they created.

      I’m glad you are repeating the importance of knowing your supplier before dropshipping, and especially on third party marketplaces, where they can suspend you if something goes wrong.

      Thanks again for your feedback. It’s much appreciated.

      Cheers!

      Stina Pettersson
      The Future Is Your Creation/Make A Living From Home

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