A number of retailers who have been researching the site Wholesaledeals have come across rumors that the site is a scam. This is truly unfortunate for two main reasons – one, these allegations are completely false. They are generated by competitors who have resorted to these rather desperate tactics in order to try and smear the company’s good name. These unscrupulous competitors haven’t been successful in their game plan at all. Why? The answer to this question brings us to the second reason why these false reviews are so far from the truth. The site is actually a very useful and effective tool for online retailers. People who have tried the site can testify to the fact that the ugly smear campaign launched by jealous competitors is based on nothing but outright lies.
Many shady competitors like to use these false scam allegations against Wholesaledeals to hide their own shoddy service and products although this useful directory has nothing to hide. In fact, researchers don’t even have to rely on write-ups and reviews – they are free to take a look at the site for themselves. There are even some features which are available for no charge!
Focused and Effective
The articles and write-ups that talk about a scam hate mentioning the truth about Wholesaledeals. The site has been in the sourcing business for a number of years now and the service is primarily focused on sourcing product deals. There is a rather extensive database of verified suppliers which retailers can use, if they prefer sourcing their own products. The site is mainly focused on scouting through these verified suppliers to find the best deals for its members.
Want to get a better idea of just how they source products? All you have to do is head over to the site and click on one of the newest deals that shows up on their home page. Retailers will get a clear product image, the product’s recommended retail price, and the price that it is selling for on eBay. They can even verify the eBay price by clicking on the ‘verify’ link. That’s not all – retailers will also get information on the product’s markup, gross profit, minimum order requirements, VAT and other tax information as well as where the supplier is located. There is also a product description. All of this can be viewed by anybody, for absolutely no charge. Does this sound like a site that is in the business of running scams? It’s clear that Wholesaledeals is simply focused on sourcing the best deals possible.
The competition also hates to mention the fact that the site offers a money-back guarantee on its services. The retailer literally has nothing to lose by purchasing a deal tracker with the site. If the supplier quotes a different price than what was advertised, wholesaledeals will gladly step in and try to get the supplier, the price that was quoted.
If this doesn’t work, the retailer gets his money back. What kind of scam operation would give their users a money-back guarantee? Wholesaledeals could actually bring a lot of good to an online business. If you believe the lies that are spread by unscrupulous competitors, you could miss out on a great resource.