Salehoo Review – Legit Drop Ship Directory or Scam?


Welcome to my Salehoo review!

You probably have been looking for legitimate drop ship companies and ran into Salehoo…Correct?

I am glad you are actually doing your research because so many people jump on board with these drop shop companies and realize they are not exactly what they are hyped up to be…

Just to warn you, I am NOT an affiliate with Salehoo, but I do a ton of drop shipping very successfully.

In fact, I am a Gold Power Seller with just drop shipping…

So let’s find out of Salehoo is any good…

Salehoo Review – The Company

Salehoo review

Salehoo is the brain child of two New Zealanders Simon Slade and Mark ling who launched the company in 2005.

As of 2015, they have over 29 staff in four different countries which include New Zealand, Australia, US and Asia.

As a company, they have been very successful and ranked 44th fastest growing company in New Zealand.

What is Salehoo?

In a nut shell, Salehoo is an online directory for wholesalers, liquidators, manufactures and dropshippers that have been verified.

That just means you are protected that they will deliver.

They mainly serve eBay and Amazon sellers to expand their businesses with more products.

Their membership base has exceeded 100,000+ and the website actually gets over 300,000+ visitors per month.

Most of their traffic comes from US, UK, Australia and Canada.

They have over 8000+ listed suppliers overall.

The Cost To Join Salehoo?

Cost:  $67 per Year.

Overall, it’s inexpensive to join and try out…

They do have a 60 day money back guarantee on their website…

Now I am not sure how well they honor that, but giving they are a big company now I am sure you will be okay.

Salehoo Review – The Ugly

If you search “Salehoo Review” in Google, you will see a ton of biased reviews done by their affiliates.

And if you see any unbiased reviews, you will notice they are generally negative…

One particular site that stood out was

He had some examples of products that where the Salehoo price was higher than the eBay price people were selling it for.

Now his post is outdated now because it was from February 02, 2006 so things are probably different now.

Here is the example he had:

Motorola V3 Silver $699.00 $254.00 $209.00 ($45.00)
Sony Ericsson V800 $789.00 $322.00 $289.00 ($33.00)
Ocean’s Twelve DVD $19.95 $4.00 $4.00 $0.00
Sony Hi8 HandyCam $749.95 $229.90 $179.99 ($49.09)
Uniden 5.8 GHz Cordless Phone $289.95 $64.90 $80.00 $15.10
Aviator DVD $19.95 $4.00 $4.00 $0.00
Nissan Calsonic Nitro RC Car $399.00 $205.00 $130.00 ($65.00)
Clarion Marine CD Player $399.95 $158.90 $139.50 ($19.40)


Even the products are outdated now lol.

But I have heard other complaints that the wholesale prices are pretty close to retail and profit margins are very slim…

If that’s the case, then it’s just better to do retail arbitrage and you don’ t have to pay for any memberships.

If you are using Salehoo, please share with us your experience in the comments below…

I hope you liked my Salehoo review and I will see you in the next post 🙂

See you at the top!

– Jesse Singh

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  • Nate

    Reply Reply December 16, 2015

    How about you try to spell the name of company correctly when you review it?

    • Jesse Singh

      Reply Reply December 22, 2015

      Hey Nate,

      I apologize for that, I think I had a brain fart LOL.

      I just corrected it.

      Thank you!

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