DS Domination Scam Alert
Don’t buy DS Domination it’s a Scam.
Folks I just wasted some time but paid close attention to a major scam of a product called DS Domination in which the seller explained all you really need to know about this crap offer in the sale video.
He’s offering a so called E-bay Title Optimizer as the only product of value and advising you to buy things for retail on Amazon.com and then jack the price up and resell it on E-bay. Basically their business plan is to teach you to rip people off by tricking them into paying more than they have to.
No Joke you can do better for free.
There are hundreds of companies in the U.S. Alone that are what is called drop shippers. These companies will supply you sales materials for selling their products at full retail which is often less than the Ebay Price. You then pay them the wholesale price which is less than the Amazon Price and they ship the product directly to your customer. You never have to have a bit of inventory and in most cases there is little to no up front cost.
Not only do you pay less, your buyer pays less, and you profit more running a legitimate honest business that satisfied customers will buy from over and over, all for around the same level of effort. I noticed he didn’t even show you that these power sellers he was telling on pay huge advertising budgets that you also have to cover out of the few dollars you scam off the unknowing.
It’s time to restore trust in our industry and stop letting good people fall victim to programs like DS Domination.
Andy Zeus Anderson
Update DS Domination Is A Scam:
I am going to say this one more time. If Target bought their goods at Wal-Mart and doubled the price you would probably yell scam some of you think it’s just retail practice but it’s called price gouging and when you attempt to hide that markup through deceit it becomes a fraud.
I am flattered though at the sheer number of people who have a financial stake in DS Domination flooding these pages to scream it can’t be a scam because they like selling this flagrant fraud without one bit of counter material that would stick. The owner claims to have made millions selling stuff bought on Amazon for higher prices on E-bay, but saying that doesn’t make it so and it doesn’t make it ethical or even legal. Even if he did and could prove it it still just means he has been a successful scam artist over and over.
The big red flags that stick out are the fact he calls buying on Amazon and using their free shipping which is personal use only service of a paid membership drop shipping, but even their own websites have a page set to rank for the term DS Domination SCAM to try to bury any alerts or reviews that would out this scam as a scam. Honest companies don’t take time to create a page /mycompany-scam or send their inner circle and JV members out to verbally attack a little old fat man like me for telling the truth.
What is funny as hell though is that in all the rush to try to silence me, these folks have put me on page 1, first result for DS Domination Scam. That has resulted in over 200 new home business visitors this week alone. The more they wish to get me off page one the more they put me there. They are even trying to write negative reviews of my review which is giving me inbound links and making this article harder to topple. Folks you are not just pushing a scam but your strong armed tactics to try to get rid of me are acting more like steroids to the message.
Honest programs with a legit business plan don’t need muscle, don’t need to raise false flags, and don’t need to slander people who give a negative review. Grow Up or Get Lost!
Video was thanks to one of our commentators and explores the legality of the comp plan and throws another major monkey wrench into the SCAM Alert for DS Domination, you can now add Pyramid Scam to the status of DS Domination. Troy Dooley is highly respected and gives a very in depth review.
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DS Domination SCAM Review
- Business Model
- Pay Plan
- Product of Value
DS Domination has a classic Ponzi scheme pay plan for affiliates. To make money you have to pay money, and then you earn money on other people paying money for the right to make money instead of buying a product of value. The core of the program is to buy retail at Amazon.com a Retail Site and then jack the price up by as much as 200% and find a sucker on Ebay. You then illegally use Amazon Prime to ship the item for free to your victim. It requires that you hype a product up and exaggerate it's value resulting in someone paying more than the top retail price suggested by the manufacturer. It has nothing to do with legitimate Drop Shipping as claimed by their company name and the cheesy search tool is not worth near the price of this crap program. The sales video was enough to turn off anyone with any sense of morals and decency.