Does Walmart allows Dropshipping ?

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Hello,

I entend to start my online dropshipping business with Walmart products, i would like to know if they allow Dropshipping ?

That been said, i make order with different addresses each time and different billing addresses will that create problems for me and ban my account maybe ?


Thank you
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  • Profile picture of the author EllenLive
    Yes, kurosaki4d
    you entend to start your online dropship business with Walmart products.

    I know don't know. Walmart support automated order place?

    I will suggest to you. all most well for you. Shopify Dropship with AliExpress. this is the best in the world. you can earn lots of money. lot of resources have online about Shopify dropship with AliExpress.
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    • Profile picture of the author kurosaki4d
      Thank you Ellen for your suggestion. However i am looking for a supplier like Aliexpress in the USA because i aim the american market.

      At first though, Walmart seemed a good fit for this purpose. If you have any other suggestions or better for a supplier like Walmart i'm all ears !

      Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author hearme
    I dont think wallmart would have a problem with different address or you can add more accounts just to be safe side.
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    • Profile picture of the author kurosaki4d
      I'm worried about different address if i do multiple orders with different addresses every day.

      Also would you know if i specify an invalid address as a "billing address" will that create a problem ?
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    I am sure that Walmart, just like Amazon, does not want you dropshipping items from their site. It is definitely against Amazon's T.O.S. I don't know about Walmart. That doesn't mean people don't do it anyway.

    Keep in mind, however, that if there is a problem, it's all on you. If something is broken, who are you going to tell the customer to return it to? Likewise, what do you think they are going to do when the package arrives in a Walmart box with a Walmart return label. If nothing else, it's probably not going to be the best way of building any repeat business.

    On a related note, Wayfair used to have a program where they dropshipped (I'm not sure if they still do). They even gave special rates to businesses. You might want to contact them. Many of the items you find on Walmart.com are also available from Wayfair.
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    • Profile picture of the author kurosaki4d
      I hear you. For the refunds i'll be refunding fully no returns whatsoever. But indeed, the packaging matter is in fact a problem. Do you have any suggestions regarding that, because i'm all ears !

      Also would you know if i specify an invalid address as a "billing address" will that create a problem ?

      Wayfair that you proposed do they have a package carrying their Brand or name like Walmart ?

      Thanks
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      • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
        Originally Posted by kurosaki4d View Post

        I hear you. For the refunds i'll be refunding fully no returns whatsoever. But indeed, the packaging matter is in fact a problem. Do you have any suggestions regarding that, because i'm all ears !

        Also would you know if i specify an invalid address as a "billing address" will that create a problem ?

        Wayfair that you proposed do they have a package carrying their Brand or name like Walmart ?

        Thanks
        Like I said, it has been years since I checked out the Wayfair program, so I'm not sure if it is still even going. You could contact them and find out yourself, though.

        Really, there is no answer to the packaging problem other than ship it to yourself and then ship it to the customer. It seems like using Amazon Prime would be the way to mitigate some of the double shipment delay time as well as the double shipment charges. Receive it from Amazon, slap your own label on it, pay for shipping to the customer and ship it out again.

        I'm almost certain that you would have to use your real billing address. You won't pass any credit card processor's AVS (Address verification System) if you use a fake address and the transaction will get declined.

        Oh, and there is nothing remotely close to AliExpress in the United States. You dropship from companies here by contacting those comapanies directly, by phone, and seeing if they will dropship for you, If not, see if they have large buyers or distributors they work with and ask for their contact information. They might dropship for you.
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