1. #11
    Junior Member
    Sep 2012
    United Kingdom
    2
    Have you also been scammed by dropshipland? Go to moneyclaim.gov.uk to file your claim.

  2. #12
    Junior Member
    Sep 2012
    United Kingdom
    2
    These are the morons that are creating smear campaigns against esources.co.uk :D What a bunch of idiots, if only I had known sooner...

  3. #13
    Junior Member
    Sep 2012
    United Kingdom
    2
    Have you ever wondered why nobody mentions an ecommerce website on his fake forum :D It’s him, that muppet of the owner, posting using different usernames. Biggest dropshipping con around in the UK, beware.

  4. #14
    Junior Member
    Oct 2012
    United Kingdom
    1
    One aim, one claim. To rip us off our money as quickly and as deceitfully as possible.

  5. #15
    Junior Member
    Oct 2012
    United Kingdom
    1
    It’s a scam. They claim 70% off rrp and it’s not true, far from it. Prices they sell at can be found far cheaper retail, it’s more like 30% ABOVE retail... They claim they are the largest but it is not a dropshipper, doesn’t have a warehouse, it’s run from an office or flat and has no control over stock. You’ll struggle to make candy money, and you’ll lose the 100quid odd fee once you account for hosting.

  6. #16
    Junior Member
    Oct 2012
    United Kingdom
    1
    Report them to the government through money claim and steer well clear. As bad as it gets.

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