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Home Business Idea: How to Dropship with Amazon

 
dropship with AmazonIf you are interested in starting a successful home business so that you can make break from a job you loathe more with every passing day, you may want to consider learning about dropship with Amazon.

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Dropshipping is probably the quickest, easiest and least costly of any ecommerce home business to get up and running, making money in a hurry. You don’t have to buy any inventory, for starters, because you simply select the products you want to sell from your wholesale product source, then post the descriptions and images of those products furnished by the product supplier to your website or marketplace and you can start making sales right away; only paying for each product as it is sold and you have collected the money from your buyer.  

So, dropshipping as a home business is a proven winner. Amazon is a proven winner, too!

Amazon and eBay are widely considered to be the two giants of ecommerce. Dropship sellers do well on either marketplace but Amazon is actually growing much faster than eBay, so if you have decided to put all of your dropship eggs into Amazon’s basket you might have the right idea.

To get started on Amazon with a home dropship business, you simply go here: Amazon Services

There is a ton of info available there to get you started and walk you through every step of the process. All of the selling options are laid out plainly and clearly, along with policies, information about the fee structure, payments and everything else you could possibly want or need to know about how to dropship with Amazon.

Bear in mind that Amazon doesn’t care whether you are dropshipping or not. Their concern is that you ship products that are as described, promptly with secure packaging. So, as long as your wholesale product source is doing those things---Amazon doesn’t give a fig who ships your products as they are sold.

Drop Ship Access has 1.9 million products available for you to start selling now! Why waste another day being miserable in a job that brings you low pay and high stress, when you could take the first step toward financial and personal freedom with a home business of your own? Let Drop Ship Access help you dropship Amazon today!



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Comments

Hello I have to say that this was a great web page and very helpful I mite add. Please contact me i do have a few questions.  
 
Like does amazon.com stop you from getting your money if the product has not been shipped?
Posted @ Friday, March 15, 2013 12:03 AM by COlin Grissom
I am interested in starting an online business. would appreciate your help.
Posted @ Friday, April 12, 2013 3:39 PM by pamela sukhnandan
Hi Colin, 
Thank you for your positive feedback on the article. 
 
If you sell a product on Amazon.com, you are responsible for delivering that product to your customer. If you are working with a drop shipping company like DropShipAccess.com, then you are delegating DropShipAccess.com to ship to your customer on your behalf.  
 
If you sell a product to your customer, you are responsible for getting the product to your customer. DropShipAccess tracks all packages so that you and DSA can verify that your customer received the package and you can give that tracking to your customer as well.  
 
If you sold a product and your customer does not receive the product, you have broken your agreement with that customer. In this case at minimum you are obligated to give the customer his money back. If you work with a reputable DropShip company like DropShipAccess, this does not happen and you have proof that the package was shipped by the tracking number.  
 
Amazon will not allow you to receive your money if you did not provide the goods. But you shouldn't want the money if you did not provide the goods. 
 
Remember to treat all your customers really well and always deliver as promised. Be sure to work with a reputable dropshipping company that will do the same on your behalf. 
 
Posted @ Monday, August 05, 2013 10:10 PM by Amanda Brooke
 
Hi Colin, 
Thank you for your positive feedback on the article. 
 
If you sell a product on Amazon.com, you are responsible for delivering that product to your customer. If you are working with a drop shipping company like DropShipAccess.com, then you are delegating DropShipAccess.com to ship to your customer on your behalf.  
 
If you sell a product to your customer, you are responsible for getting the product to your customer. DropShipAccess tracks all packages so that you and DSA can verify that your customer received the package and you can give that tracking to your customer as well.  
 
If you sold a product and your customer does not receive the product, you have broken your agreement with that customer. In this case at minimum you are obligated to give the customer his money back. If you work with a reputable DropShip company like DropShipAccess, this does not happen and you have proof that the package was shipped by the tracking number.  
 
Amazon will not allow you to receive your money if you did not provide the goods. But you shouldn't want the money if you did not provide the goods. 
 
Remember to treat all your customers really well and always deliver as promised. Be sure to work with a reputable dropshipping company that will do the same on your behalf.
Posted @ Monday, August 05, 2013 10:13 PM by Amanda Brooke
Pamela - 
 
I'm glad that you are interested in starting your online business. I would be happy to help you. Please email me at support (at) dropshipaccess.com . I would like to hear more about you and your specific needs and see how I can help you. 
 
Take care, 
 
Lisa
Posted @ Wednesday, August 14, 2013 9:29 PM by Lisa Miracle
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