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Esources Scam – As Farcical As Its Creators

Esources scam reports are surfacing on various ecommerce sites and online trading forums. However, a closer look will clearly reveal that these are nothing but unsubstantiated gossip floated by elements who find the presence of esources a cause of threat to their scam intentions.

Esources is readily acknowledged as the most trusted wholesale directory portal that helps online trade buyers and sellers conduct their trade more effectively and profitably. The odd esources scam reports has no substance at all to dent the impeccable reputation that esources has gained among its registered members and visitors.

Esources considers it a prime responsibility to ensure that the online trading experience is smooth for those registered with the community. Four prime account types are available for buyers and sellers. Basic buyer membership allows buyers to contact all premium suppliers and view product prices. They can place orders for their products with premium suppliers or submit buy requests which will be forwarded to the relevant suppliers automatically. Buyers can also take advantage of free e-courses on trading.

Premium buyer membership offers a whole lot of facilities in addition to all basic buyer privileges. Depending on their sourcing requirements, they can have three access levels of one month, six months and twelve months with varying levels of facilities and offers. Buyers can enjoy the advantages of a fully functional ecommerce website with free hosting and market research credits.

A 320 page guide – the EBay Business Handbook, considered the best ecommerce resource, explains in detail how to build a great online business without encountering the usual hazards and pitfalls. The book covers everything that you need to know about succeeding on EBay and other sites.

It is clear from the above that esources.co.uk scam is a complete farce. Esources is an authentic and fully performing trade directory that has helped thousands of buyers and sellers manage their business successfully.

  1. David
    May 4th, 2011 at 16:13 | #1

    Why are people still relying on dodgy wholesale sites? I buy all products from the suppliers mentioned on eSources. True, I have to work a little harder, no instant cash scheme here. But still, I do get to earn something for all my efforts. I don’t worry about scam when I am on esources, so I am amazed when I read these stories relating to scam.

  2. Anna
    May 4th, 2011 at 20:35 | #2

    I guess there is so much scam online that people just find it hard to put their faith in any website or wholesale directory. I used to have the same attitude. I don’t hold the same belief now, because esources.co.uk is rather safe.

  3. Reuben Jay
    May 5th, 2011 at 10:08 | #3

    People should not be spreading rumors when they don’t know anything about a website. They are doing a disservice to so many small businesses that rely on efficient directories like esources.co.uk to find merchandize.

  4. Allan
    May 7th, 2011 at 18:22 | #4

    I can imagine how such reports can scare away the newbies. They are already confused thanks to the information overload, everybody is talking about this site and that site and there are so many different opinions. However, saying esources.co.uk is scam is stretching it a bit too far. This is an outright lie, because I have been with this site for ages and they have never disappointed me.

  5. Peter Stevenson
    May 13th, 2011 at 15:39 | #5

    I wish there were some kind of an internet ombudsman so that people could appeal when false information is propagated. It’s a pity that so many inexperienced people will be taken in by the rumors and they will miss the opportunities that esources.co.uk offers.

  6. Catherine Angel
    May 14th, 2011 at 20:53 | #6

    ESources is a scam? …then eBay and Amazon might be scam as well. I can’t believe the kind of news that is in circulation these days. Anything goes on internet. People should protest against this sort of deceit.

  7. Thomas Eggar
    May 17th, 2011 at 12:59 | #7

    I liked the book they sent me when I signed up. It taught me a lot about eBay marketing. I was able to contact distributors too, which is usually a very difficult task. I just put esources in the subject line, and the distributor replied with a quote the same day.

  8. Richard Justus
    May 17th, 2011 at 19:27 | #8

    I have no idea why people are buying into these stories of scam. I have used esources for a long time. Maybe once we can get the message out there that there is no scam here, people will stop believing the tales. When that happens these stories will die a natural death.

  9. Arthur Kaden
    May 26th, 2011 at 17:33 | #9

    I always told doubtful buyers to use the free membership first. If they explore the site and like it, they should move to the paid membership option. I don’t know any scam site that allows people to so thoroughly check out their site before signing up.

  10. Erik Keaton
    June 3rd, 2011 at 18:40 | #10

    I don’t think esources has to worry about these stories. It happens to all honest companies. I think the buyers are smart and they will not fall for these stories.

  11. Peter
    June 19th, 2011 at 17:02 | #11

    ESources scam is the biggest lie I have heard. I have been with this site for years. It has never let me down.

  12. David Walker
    July 8th, 2011 at 11:06 | #12

    When you have a great resource such as eSources, ecommerce business becomes a bit easier. I have found wholesalers, ecommerce tips, and even located some hard-to-find products on this site.

  13. James Wilson
    July 13th, 2011 at 15:21 | #13

    I have been looking for OEM laptops for as long as I can remember. I found a supplier on eSources who agreed to sell me just one laptop (even though he prefers wholesaling). Once I was sure that the product was good, I ordered more computers. Then I ordered some more. It was great doing business with them.

  14. Christopher
    August 2nd, 2011 at 14:10 | #14

    Esources’ support makes me more confident about my business. I know that I will not encounter any kind of scam here.

  15. Abraham
    August 7th, 2011 at 19:27 | #15

    This is undoubtedly one of the finest directories for businesses and independent retailers. The suppliers are very reliable. Second, the number of product categories on this site is unmatched.

  16. Melvyn Craig
    September 11th, 2011 at 12:33 | #16

    I find it amusing that someone should call them a scam because I have been using the esources directory service for a long time now and nothing like even a whiff of a scam passed by me. It is not true because I have experienced the benefits of esources on numerous occasions.

  17. Walter Bury
    October 15th, 2011 at 16:22 | #17

    Of all the trade directory services I have used so far, esources is the best by a long distance. It has everything I want including the best dropshippers in the UK. They are certainly no scammers.

  18. Emily Broome
    November 10th, 2011 at 16:49 | #18

    Just wanted to say a huge thank you. I consider myself lucky to have found you just when I needed a genuine directory service. Again, the credit should go to a colleague who recommended you.

  19. Harley Morant
    December 2nd, 2011 at 15:25 | #19

    You have an amazing customer service team to back up the good job that you guys are obviously doing. I too did hear about the esources scam rumours but I know that’s a lot of hot air.

  20. David Cecil
    January 4th, 2012 at 15:04 | #20

    I am extremely pleased with your service and the market research wizard worked wonderfully well for me.

  21. Jared
    January 26th, 2012 at 08:40 | #21

    Thank you very much for helping me find the right supplier for medical equipment and that too so quickly. I had a lot of trouble from my previous supplier and wanted a quick and seamless replacement of service. You helped me achieve more than that.

  22. Lean
    February 17th, 2012 at 10:51 | #22

    I recently bought the premium membership for buyers after being a free subscriber for close to two months. I would not have done that if this was a scam site. So relax. They are clean.