Is eSources legit or a scam?
Is the website eSources legit or is it a scam? I was going to pay the 75 for premium but not sure, anyone know?
- Anonymous9 years agoFavourite answer
I heard about the esources marketplace on the web while searching a distributor for
dematting combs and couple of pet grooming products.
After bumping into few fly-by-night vendors and much frustration, was relieved to find esources directory with credible information on buyers/sellers/distributors in so many segments.
The wholesale distributors I found here were quick to respond and helped me market pet supplies in a real big way across Scotland (though I was small volume buyer!).
Go for them all the way!
- Anonymous4 years ago
1Source(s): Cheap Product Wholesale http://enle.info/BestWholesaleDirectories
- Anonymous6 years ago
Really pleased with the number of wholesalers / drop shippers referred by this service, some are exceptional. Based on the time I was spending trawling on my own this site must have saved us at least a few months' work. I have had the odd issue with moqs but I was able to negotiate some down to an affordable threshold. There are lots of niches to explore and we have already banked new sales even in new markets we hadn't thought about before. Overall a great time saver, much better than the do it yourself approach we were using.
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- Anonymous9 years ago
I have done a bit of eBay selling and here's my two cents: esources mean ‘business’ – whether it’s about maintaining a clean database of wholesalers/dropshippers or something as wild as exposing the scammers infesting the marketplace.
Though, it costs you a little to join this directory (trust me the sum is petty!), what you get is real value- great and free e-store site, advance product management, free hosting, eBay market credits and what have you! They simply gonna floor you- once and always! Cheers!
- Anonymous6 years ago
You can find details of how esources has paid the price for exposing dropshipping scams at:
- Dr DavidLv 69 years ago
If in any doubt about a website, ignore it. Could be genuine, but very costly if not.
Only use trusted or known sites where money is involved.
Hope this helps.
- 5 years ago
Esources.co.uk came into my spam email so I would not go with them