Company: Elite Dropshippers
The truth of the matter is quite simple, really.
I could become fairly wealthy if I went around claiming that Elite Dropshippers is the greatest MLM out there and that Cesar Ramirez training packages are like nothing ever created before.
However, I will promise you that EDS is not the first dropshipper training program and will most definitely not be the last.
Even if you do choose to venture into the dropshipping market, compare several companies before making a final decision.
I have never been an affiliate for Elite Dropshippers.
I create these reviews so that people get more than the basic information before investing their time and money with MLM business opportunities.
I will not attack founders on a personal level, nor will I tell you what you should do.
After you read my reviews, you should be able to analyze the information I provide and come to your own conclusions.
Below will be an overview of the company’s history, the products or services they provide, compensation plan analysis and a final verdict.
I hope you enjoy the Elite Dropshippers review and that you put the information to good use.
You can also check out the step-by-step training that helps me earn over $10,000+ per month working from home.
An Elite Dropshippers Overview
After doing some independent research on Cesar Ramirez I have come to the conclusion that his network marketing skills have allowed him to become quite successful.
On the other hand, there isn’t a lot of information about Elite Dropshippers.
There is no “About” information on the main website and gives off a “Join Now & Become Rich” feeling.
Here is where things get interesting; Ramirez provides a life story after you register on the site. Here, look at the Ramirez Story for yourself.
Some of the key takeaways from his story are: If you get the right training and work hard you can have success in the dropshipping world.
Once Ramirez got training from a company called Golden Mastermind, he was able to make $23,000 in a single month.
What I would like to know is if he was able to replicate those results and how often.
It seems that he is willing to provide people with information if you ask him.
Another key takeaway from his story is that there are two ways to make money with dropshipping.
One way is to sell product on sites like Amazon or eBay.
The second way is to recruit other members in order to take advantage of their multi-level commission system.
Since Elite Dropshippers has been around for 5+ years, there are a lot of reviews.
Most of them are done by affiliates and the information is distorted or information about the company is completely left out.
I would like to see statistical information about the success rates of members.
Or maybe Ramirez would like to disclose the percentage of trainees that are active members in the recruiting side of Elite Dropshippers or relying on online sales.
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There are only two training program memberships; Diamond and Diamond Elite.
Diamond: $397 & $97 Per Month
- Optimize product titles and increase prices for more profit
- Attract buyers that will make offers to increase the number of sales
- Software that takes items directly from Amazon
- Access to a private chat room for up-to-date tricks of the trade
There are also 8 other things included in this package but the majority of them include software bulk listers and SKU grabbers. There is also coaching and initial dropshipping training included as well.
Diamond Elite $597 & $149.99 Per Month
This package includes everything in the Basic Diamond. Apparently there are also super top secret sales tactics that you need to know.
The compensation plan for Elite Dropshippers(EDS) is quite simple. This is a good thing because there a no hidden fees or qualifications.
This is the plan for both membership programs:
Tier 1: 50% commissions
Tier 2: 10% commissions
Keep in mind that you get these percentages of the one-time fee & monthly fee.
Overall, I think he compensation plan seems legit but how much profit is left over after Amazon/eBay fees and the commission figures are taken out.
A more comprehensive plan would allow people to feel more comfortable in my humble opinion.
What I Like
I like the fact that you can make money with dropshipping.
It would not exist otherwise.
The problem is that the vast majority of people wanting to start doing it, cannot tell the difference between one or the other.
If you look at Ramirez’s success alone you can verify that the process works, but is it fair to judge the entire training based on one persons income figures.
I don’t think so. What we do know is that there have been other people with great success using this training program.
Find out what I don’t particularly like about EDS in the next section.
What I Don’t Like
There are only two things that I don’t really like about EDS; The “No Refund” policy and that the procedures that EDS advocates may violate Amazon’s Terms of Service.
The issue I have with the “No Refund” policy isn’t the policy itself.
Many companies have the same policy in order to protect themselves from people that receive the training and then ask for a refund once its complete.
I get it but I would most likely avoid it because of one reason.
It makes the training program seem weaker than it might be.
Before you get your gavel out and judge my line of thinking, hear me out.
If your product is supposed to be a cut above the rest, then why have a “No Refund” policy?
Stand by your product.
The second issue I have is that EDS teaches you how to circumvent some of the Terms of Service with Amazon.
This is includes reproduction of product images and product descriptions.
I guess the way to justify this is the fact that Amazon will have no idea that you are a dropshipper.
Look I get it, this is not like you are committing espionage but it is still against the companies policies so you can get your account terminated by doing so.
I guess since there are millions of dollars involved in transactions, maybe no one really cares about policies.
This is just an assumption of course!
Now that you have heard about the company, its products & compensation plan, let’s see what the final verdict is.
The Final Verdict
It is fair to say that EDS is not a scam.
There are several major dropshipper training programs available and you can make you money.
In fact, this concept has been utilized since the inception of websites like Amazon and eBay.
The major downfall is that the packages at EDS are pricey and their competitors offer similar or better programs for cheaper.
So in order to get your business off the ground, you have to make a big investment.
EDS says that the prices are higher because you get superior mentoring, which may be true.
I grade this company as a 7/10 simply because the concept works and people have made lots of money in the process.
With that being said, if there was more information on the company available to people, it might clarify some of the misconceptions.
I hope you took something away from my review and it was helpful.
If you’re looking for other ways to make money online, then consider this program.
The training is affordable and there is no recruiting necessary & and the basic plan is FREE.
If you have any experience using EDS or you simply want to add to the conversation, please feel free to leave a comment by filling out the form below.
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