Finding site to can dropship

by darind
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Hi guys I hope you all are well.
After so much time spent in research I m finally going to build my website. I m gonna dropship from aliexpres with obero, with importify ( somebody knows about it? its work? ) , eBay and Etsy with importify also and I found a free web .
Are there any other sites from which I can dropship?
And I found a web who knows 3000+ good supplier, like where you must pay $200 to then can use their service. It is something like Alibaba? Does somebody know about that?
Thanks a lot for your time.
#dropship #finding #site
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  • Profile picture of the author jmosticc22
    You could check out SaleHoo. They serve the US and the UK mainly.
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    If you have to pay to get access, don't do it! No real supplier charges money to sell their products and all of these middleman services that hook you up with suppliers are a scam. You'll never get real wholesale pricing because they get a cut of it. You'll find out real fast that many sites will be able to SELL the products for less than your "wholesale" price is (and that includes Salehoo).
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  • Profile picture of the author Jared Heldt
    Amazon, ebay and a website with shopify on it are the main ones that come to mind.

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  • Profile picture of the author Jared Heldt
    I use oberlo with shopify, not familiar with the other services/websites you mentioned.

    Check out my store at:

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  • Profile picture of the author markmiller24x7
    Ebay, Amazon & oberlo with Shopify, these 2-3 sites are main, rest can be unseen.
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  • Profile picture of the author MichaelQuinn
    I think the best thing that you could do is niche down to a few specific products and find dedicated suppliers for them. Like Dave said, good suppliers will not charge you to be able to sell their products and you will get the dedicated wholesale price. One thing that you should look for from the suppliers is a MAP policy also (Minimum Advertised Price). The MAP policy is used so that suppliers aren't undercutting each other and the product itself maintains a minimum perceived value.
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