DS Domination Review

DS Domination is a product created Roger Langille that utilises websites such as Amazon and WalMart and then you resell the product on eBay with a view to profiting.

What does the product offer?

The product provides users with information on how to successfully utilise drop-shipping for profit. On top of this there are a series of rewards to the top “sales people” and commission for signing up other users through the affiliate program.

How does the product work?

Drop-shipping is the process of selling a product to a customer that you purchase from elsewhere. Whilst this is the basis of most trade, the difference with drop-shipping is that you never keep the product in stock. Instead you get the supplier to deliver directly to the customer. DS Domination initially uses Amazon to eBay but these are not the only websites utilised.

What is the initial investment?

The product is subscription based and costs $19.95 per month. The product is currently invite only as it is in beta and there is no money back guarantee provided with DS Domination.

What is the rate of return?

The creator has allegedly made a seven figure income using drop-shipping but really details are scarce on what income to expect. As mentioned above users also gain access to the affiliate referral scheme which earns you money for signing up new users. The prizes are allegedly anything from a new PC right up to a brand new car.

Conclusion

Whilst drop-shipping in its own rights is definitely a viable business model and even by selling from Amazon to eBay has the potential to be profitable, I just don’t see the margins being great enough to warrant nearly $20 per month. This is definitely an interesting idea and the bonuses available to the top sales people are certainly promising this is a very closed and really quite secretive product that doesn’t offer enough information to get invested. I also have not seen enough evidence to the contrary to make me believe that there isn’t an element of question-ability about the program that is a huge cause for concern.

 

 

 

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From: Simon Roberts