Rating: When I first got an account to try out Salehoo I was kind of weary as their are a lot of mixed opinions online about A Salehoo scam and what has happened in the past. I do not know the details of the companies past so I will not judge them on it. I can only write about how I was treated with Salehoo and what I observed.
After I signed up with Salehoo I was immediately given a user name and password and given access to their website. They have an impressive amount of wholesalers but not as many drop shippers as I had hoped to see. I must say the true value of Salehoo comes from the forum . Their members forum is a gold mind of knowledge and may be of great use to a person who is brand new to e-commerce.
Their website is top of the line and one of the best I have seen. Although Salehoo only has one real package to sign up for the pricing is right on spot for $65.00. Their was a few negatives that I observed for one the lack of drop shippers . The site boast 10,000 suppliers but this is nowhere near correct. I also believe their supplier lists should be updated more.
Their seemed to be some decent among the ranks there and a huge posting about ppwdg, a liquidation website started by Salehoo’s former website community manager Jimmy Huber. It seems he ran off with a lot of cash from different members of the community. I can tell you that Salehoo’s response was to fire him and he is no longer with their company.
I still think despite that mishap that for the value it is a worthwhile place. I can only rate it a B- as it is still shroud in controversy but they are working it out. You can learn more here at www.salehoo.com
On a final edit of my Salehoo review I will say this I do believe Salehoo holds a great wealth of knowledge for a beginner and with their new community manager I feel they will be worthy of an A very soon.