Worldwide Brands Reviews
About Worldwide Brands
Worldwide Brands has been hailed as the best database/tool for locating manufacturers and distributors for all sorts of products. This ecommerce service claims to help people find the best contacts among thousands of wholesalers...so what makes them stand out from the rest?
To begin with, Worldwide Brands is founded and currently headed by Chris Malta, product sourcing editor for the eBay radio show and highly recommended home business author. Chris has been working in the ecommerce industry for years and has tons of experience.
Further, his company is endorsed by the corporate offices of eBay, a very rare recommendation that has been handed out to very few independent businesses. This is something that definitely sets Worldwide Brands apart from the field.
The real attraction to World Wide Brands is that they offer the comprehensive OneSource tool for searching their database. This allows you to search the Drop Ship, Light Bulk, Volume Wholesale, Liquidation, and Import Wholesaler contacts information.
Moreover, for each product that you find you can run several research analysis that will give you an idea of how well the product is going to sell. For instance, you can learn about demand, competition, advertising, keyword research, all factored in to give you a cumulative score.
You can also save and make notes about suppliers that you've contacted or worked with. You can even sort, save, export, and print your product research results. This really helps you keep track of your eCommerce or retail business.
Overall, Worldwide Brands Inc is the leader in their field and boasts a database of over 9,000 suppliers. They are the real deal and do not charge a monthly fee, there is only a one time cost for Lifetime access to their database.
15 ‘Worldwide Brands’ Reviews
I see a lot of reviews on here are from several years ago. I will give you my review of WWB. I have been with them for 2 1/2 years and have to say it was the best move I could ever made for my dropshipping hobby/business.
I have connected with many suppliers and have the most amazing relationships with them. Yes there is competition on the marketplaces like ebay between dropshippers but there is also competition between Walmart and Target. What it comes down to is keywords and feedback. If you do your keyword research and see what people are searching on and pick the less saturated keywords then you have a better chance of being delivered back to the end user add your 100% feedback and the customer will not even care about the other sellers. People do not buy products they buy you! I love, love WWB my $300 paid itself off within 3 months and my ebay is on autopilot.
I have been with a lot of other drop ship companies and not one of them compare to WWB you can't go wrong. I am more than willing to share my experience and knowledge just contact me.
Wroldwide Brands is nothing more than a scam - to get you to pay $250 for a dropship list of fake wholesale suppliers, some that don't exist on the internet. I paid for it and disputed the charge from my credit card because what they pretended to provide wasn't what they actually provided. Stay away from
With this company, and any other for that fact , drop-shipping sucks ! ...Do not use wwb for this purpose only . I signed up 3 months ago and have been pleased by the light/bulk shippers . Pick a niche and build a website , they have a few great light/bulk shippers . But if your sole purpose is to be a drop-shipper , stay away from all of it . It's a waste of time anyways and you will not make no money at it unless you have 50 drop-ship sites making at lease 5% commission . I agree, drop-shipping blows in general and especially on this site , but everything else is ok . My opinion . I picked a niche on this site and i am starting to make bank a month . I just quit my job by using this . But again , if your gonna pay $300 to be a drop-shipper than your gonna waste that cash and time. Peace!
If you insist on trying the dropshipping business model, be prepared for the following:
* Consistent wrong products shipped to your customers.
* Vendors who don't knwo or respect you.
* Customers whose only interest is cheap prices and low cost/free shipping.
* Customers who wil commit fraud and claim that they didn't recieve the goods.
* Amazon & eBay will sell what you sell for often 30% less, rendering your content driven & SEO traffic simply spokes n the wheel going back to Amazon & eBay to purchase the goods.
* Sites that cost too much
* Net profit in the red.
I know that jobs are tough and that times are as well, but the dropshipping business model is extremely flawed and will end u giving you a bad online rep that isn't even your fault.
WWB is an attempt by a famous super eBay reseller to pass along what he's learned but Mr Malta left the forum years ago only to form another forum for even more money from you. He does not maintain the drop shipper directory which he knows is very flawed.
All told, its my opinion to avoid all forums by Chris Malta including WWB and to avoid dropshipping as a whole. Just do something else.
Ever wonder who writes those glowing reviews of World Wide Brands his affiliates, he pays them 25% of the $250-300.00 he charges. He gets 250.00 they get 75.00 per sale.
So yes World Wide Brands is bound to have hundreds of great reviews because those guys are getting paid to write them.
Don't believe me read it for yourself on their website. http://www.worldwidebrands.com/wwb/affiliate_service_agreement.htm
Do yourself a favor and stay away from World Wide Brands. You can find the same suppliers elsewhere for a fraction of what he charges.
Also the site is not a drop shippers directory it is mostly wholesalers/liquidators trying to get you to buy small bulk items that no one else will buy, cheap nasty womens shirts, porn stuff 1980 clothing etc. They may have in total 200 drop shippers, and they try to trick people into believing they have more.
For example if you do a search for camping equipment it may say they have 50 suppliers for camping equipment; that's a good thing right?
Nope, because when you click on the category to see these 50 camping suppliers it then breaks the category into 50 sub-categories and lists the same supplier for every category.
Basically you get one supplier listed 50 times, BUT they count that as 50 suppliers...TOTAL BS!!
I spent two weeks going through that directory and finally gave up, after calling one of the "suppliers," and asking them if they offered drop shipping, and the "supplier" says to me "can you please explain to me what drop shipping is because we have had a lot of phone calls about it lately?"
That's when I realized I had basically blown 250.00 for nothing. Then I started finding out about their affiliate program, and everything made sense.
Greetings all, so there really is no hope for a dropshipping career? It appears everyone who makes "legitimate wholesale dropshipping" promises breaks them the moment you sign up, DOBA left a bad taste in my mouth and I was just about to sign up with Worldwide Brands, I'm not so sure now.
I don't get it this company have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau why are you not complaining to them?
Americans, high on talk low on action.