How to Start a Dropshipping Business in 2020 - Oberlo

Buyers: What is the purpose of requesting invoice?

I'm an Earner and all my experiences with buyers requesting invoices are bad experiences compared to the buyers who don't request invoices. Mostly them delaying BTC release as long as possible. I know the earner rules page says "All Earners must provide a copy of the official Amazon purchase invoice if requested by support", but still.
Is it just dropshippers requesting this?
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BitCoin, Discounted Gift Cards, Due Diligence & COGS with Retail Drop-shipping x-post /r/legaladvice

So, I am a Retail Dropshipper.
When I sell something on eBay, then I buy it on Amazon and send it directly to the customer.
There are software’s that assist with this. I currently purchase thousands in inventory weekly with my own personal Amazon 5% cash back credit card.
There’s an offer that’s been tempting me. There is a company registered in the USA that offers 10% discounts when purchasing products using a fulfillment account they setup. Basically, the user sends funds directly to the company via Bitcoin, and they setup an Amazon buying account under the name like Software Auto Ordering, and use that to make purchases via Gift Card balance (which equals the money sent + an extra 10% (so send $100 and gift card balance increased by $110).
My first concern is regarding taxes: is there any problems with claiming Cost of Goods sold with that chain of events? (Debit Card -–> BitCoin -–> Gift Card balance used by an Amazon account (not matching my name but) with a name like “Software Company Auto Ordering”?)
My second concern, is there anything I need to do or know in terms of due diligence and Knowing My Customer? Of course the company won’t reveal their source because their customers would cut them out. This is a legally registered USA company with a physical location and the name of the owner is super clear. This isn’t some anonymous guy hiding behind a VPN selling 40% discounted gift cards. The CEO / Owner is on my Skype and he's active in his Facebook group.Still, I certainly don’t want to be associated with or investigated for any sort felony money laundering scheme. Is this 10% discount (on thousands weekly from a legally registered USA LLC) reasonable or suspicious? Anything else I should know or do before I decide either way in regards to due diligence?
FYI They don't only accept Bitcoin. They accept PayPal Mass Payment, and PayPal Friends and family as well, with 5% cashback instead of 10%.
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BitCoin, Discounted Gift Cards, Due Diligence & COGS with Retail Drop-shipping

So, I am a Retail Dropshipper.
When I sell something on eBay, then I buy it on Amazon and send it directly to the customer.
There are software’s that assist with this. I currently purchase thousands in inventory weekly with my own personal Amazon 5% cash back credit card.
There’s an offer that’s been tempting me. There is a company registered in the USA that offers 10% discounts when purchasing products using a fulfillment account they setup. Basically, the user sends funds directly to the company via Bitcoin, and they setup an Amazon buying account under the name like Software Auto Ordering, and use that to make purchases via Gift Card balance (which equals the money sent + an extra 10% (so send $100 and gift card balance increased by $110).
My first concern is regarding taxes: is there any problems with claiming Cost of Goods sold with that chain of events? (Debit Card -–> BitCoin -–> Gift Card balance used by an Amazon account (not matching my name but) with a name like “Software Company Auto Ordering”?)
My second concern, is there anything I need to do or know in terms of due diligence and Knowing My Customer? Of course the company won’t reveal their source because their customers would cut them out. This is a legally registered USA company with a physical location and the name of the owner is super clear. This isn’t some anonymous guy hiding behind a VPN selling 40% discounted gift cards. The CEO / Owner is on my Skype and he's active in his Facebook group.Still, I certainly don’t want to be associated with or investigated for any sort felony money laundering scheme. Is this 10% discount (on thousands weekly from a legally registered USA LLC) reasonable or suspicious? Anything else I should know or do before I decide either way in regards to due diligence?
Edit: They don't only accept Bitcoin. They accept PayPal Mass Payment, and PayPal Friends and family as well, with 5% cashback instead of 10%.
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Any Small Business Owners Accept Crypro?

Hey everyone,
I’ve been a small business owner for about 2.5 years now. It’s kind of 2 businesses but tax and legal wise, it’s just one business. I’ll explain.
Our newest “business” is doing resale’s. We just started after a friend took us to an auction and we bought a pallet of merch and flipped it and looked at each other and said WOW that was easy as hell!! We mainly resell online, it’s my wife’s baby, she loves doing it. Right now we mainly sell refurbished phones, phone accessories and a couple other electronics. We buy in bulk straight from the company or dropshipper and resell. It’s pretty new that we haven’t officially made it a “legit business” as in being legal. Were kind of acting like “online yard sale” sellers and yes, we will legally establish it. We just weren’t sure if it would last. I’m also a carpenter and my specialty it reclaimed rustic farm tables. I also make just about anything from 50-100+ year old reclaimed lumber from homes/business that have been remodeled or torn down. I use mainly hand hewn oak beams and mill boards and build cool stuff. I’ve been an LLC for 2.5 years now. Ok, now that I snuck in some free advertising, lol, I have a question for any small business owners or anyone that wants to jump in.
I’ve been thinking about accepting bitcoin (and a few other coins) as payment. Here’s my issue. I’m fairly new to the whole crypto world and still learning, I’ve invested in alt coins, I do some day trades, all on decentralized platforms and really haven’t thought much about the tax side of it. If I accepted crypto I’d obviously, legally, need to pay taxes right? I mean it’s too good to not have to pay taxes and factor in profit from purchases made with coins. I do quarterly taxes, I’m on top of my taxes, I learned the hard way after getting slammed with no lube my first year. Anyways, maybe it’s bc I’ve only been trading and investing on a small scale, I don’t know the first thing about taxes on crypto.
I currently stopped using PayPal bc PayPal business is a scam, they annoy and are overbearing about me taking out a loan and when I decline and decline they freeze $5k of my money and said it was in case any customers disputed orders. Funny, $5k was the exact amount of the loan they wanted me to take out. I stopped using them until they let my money go and closed my account. They offer NO seller protection at ALL! I had a customer say that he never received a brand new iPhone X which I had a weird feeling about. I took pictures with my mail lady giving the thumbs up, had a video of her putting the phone inside the box and putting the label on it. I’m from a small town, my mail lady is super awesome. Anyways, sent it out, set an alert on my phone and 3 days later a delivered text comes in. Sweet, all good. Nope, week and a half later he files a dispute. I don’t use eBay, I use Facebook and Instagram to advertise. Anyways PayPal automatically deducts the money from my account and a dispute is open. He said it’s been almost 2 weeks and no package. I show my tracking number, screenshots of the delivery made alerts, send in pictures and video. They took their time making a decision and bc I didn’t pay extra to have a signature then they sided with him and he won. Smh. I was baffled. Then the whole loan thing happened, frozen money, etc...I hate PayPal. Agh, sorry, I thought I was in a “PayPal SUCKS” section of Reddit lol.
Ok back on track...I get to talking and going off track a little 😬. So, any small businesses out there accept crypto and if so, do you claim ALL of the payments or do you gauge it and claim what you think will keep you under the radar. I know some folks are strict and leave no wiggle room when it comes to taxes and it’s all by the book, nothing wrong at all with that, it’s very admirable and it’s the right thing to do. I’m not as admirable, I’m a realist and sometimes if I get cash sales I may not claim it here or there. No one tell on me, don’t snitch, not cool, snitches get stitches😋
Thoughts? Advice? Experience in the aspect of which coins you accept, how do customers react to it? I have had a few folks ask me about Bitcoin but also I get a little worried if I say “I accept bitcoin” some folks who don’t know anything about crypto and think it’s only for shady transactions will be put off.
Thanks in advance and like I said I’m open to ANY advice or opinion. Jump on in. I’m not one to get offended easily and like I said earlier, I’m new to the crypto world, playing around with trading, investing and educating myself more.
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DEALJOY: A PRIVACY-FOCUSED GLOBAL CASHBACK PLATFORM THROUGH THE BLOCKCHAIN NETWORK

INTRODUCING DEALJOY
Of course, offers and deals are a great way to get shoppers happy, and one such nice scheme is the promise of cashback when you buy their product. It might seem straight forward but how simple and fast are these deals in practice? Millions of consumers shop through cashback websites to claim discounts on anything from holidays to insurance, where the savings can easily amount to hundreds of pounds.
But it can take a few months for the money to make its way back to the customer’s online account. From there it may take another long period before the money can be transferred to a bank account or used to make further purchases.
A consumer research report by RetailMeNot2 Inc summed up the key preferences of cashback customers which is as follows that:
96% prefer not to use mail-in rebates
70% prefer payment in a form other than a check
More than 55% prefer to redeem cashback offers online
Nearly 50% found cashback offers challenging to redeem
From the above statistical results, it is obvious that consumers want faster payouts, more convenient cashback platforms, and modern payment methods.
Also, submitting private information to cashback providers along with personal order history is something customers understandably want to avoid. And this is more reasons why DEALJOY is up to solve all these setbacks that are linked with the cashback scheme in such a way that it is done in a much secured, faster, more convenient and in a modernized way.
DEALJOY is privacy-focused global cashback platform designed to connect online shoppers and dropshippers with the most popular merchants to provide instant crypto cashbacks.
DEALJOY revolutionary solution to the problem is the DEALJOY platform, which pays out cashback commissions in the Ethereum compatible DEAL tokens. This allows platform management to concentrate on finding the best deals and bonuses for DEALJOY members instead of dealing with international wire transfers, consequently requiring minimum payout limits and cutting down cashback percentages due to high payment processing expenses.
In short, with DEALJOY you’re able to get instant cashbacks. Maintain your dropshipping cashflow better and more stable.
DEALJOY operates between Customers, Merchants and Exchanges
* DEALJOY mobile application soon will be available for Android and iOS!
HOW DEALJOY WORKS
All purchases made by members will automatically be tracked, and commissions will be paid in DEAL tokens as soon as the vendor confirms the purchase, which usually initiates in almost real-time.
TOKEN DETAILS
• Token Symbol: DEAL
• Token Type: ERC20
• Total Supply: 1,400,000,000 DEAL
In order to show appreciation to the early-stage contributors, the team will create an efficient and scalable strategy for the DEAL token to appreciate in value along with platform user base growth. DEALJOY will be using three main procedures to support the growth of DEAL token value, which are namely;
i. Token buyback model
ii. Token staking, and
iii. Long-term token burn strategy.
INITIAL COIN OFFERING
Rate: 1ETH = 40,000 DEAL
Tokens for sale: 980,000,000 DEAL (70%)
Soft Cap: $1,700,000
Hard Cap: $8,400,000
WHY YOU SHOULD BE ONE OF THE EARLY-STAGE CONTRIBUTORS
It should be noted that DEALJOY is listed in many reliable and important ICOs and crypto-related platforms, such as; icobazaar, icoranker, icobuffer, TrackICO, foundico, icoholder, and so on.
The DEALJOY project must have been well scrutinized by the managements of these ICOs platform before it must had eventually got listed on them all. This is actually a signal to all that DEALJOY is a realistic and exceptional project.
Get connected with the Project; for more information, updates and participation using any of this link:
WEBSITE: https://dealjoy.io/
WRITER'S DETAILS
BitcoinTalk Username: cryptoblezin
BitcoinTalk Profile Link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2178561;sa=summary
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Who are the buyers?

I was wondering who the major buyers are and why they go as low as 5-10% discount when they can purchase GC's at the same rate at third party sites. Are they dropshippers, considering the amount of orders placed and isn't bitcoin more expensive than FIAT currency. Also, is there a risk of Amazon limiting accounts based on the amount and frequency of wishlist orders?
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How To (Strategically) Start An Online T-Shirt Business

There's a love/hate relationship with building online t-shirt businesses. One one hand, there's a million and one t-shirt companies out there and margins are slim.
On the other hand, starting an online t-shirt business makes for a quick, inexpensive business to get up and going.
For many entrepreneurs, a t-shirt business is their first business experience and allows them to test the waters and learn more about building something and online marketing. I personally think t-shirt businesses are vital to entrepreneurship and new entrepreneurs starting out. It's the modern day equivalent to a lemonade stand.
Because I feel it's so important, I wanted to write a comprehensive post to help all the new entrepreneurs that want to start a t-shirt business so that they can better understand all the factors involved.
I will paste the post below, but I highly suggest you check out the original post with the formatting, links and videos.
http://www.shopify.com/blog/14515425-how-to-start-an-online-t-shirt-business-the-ultimate-guide
I also wrote this piece, which is a more step-by-step version:
http://www.abetterlemonadestand.com/how-to-start-an-online-tshirt-business-24-hour-guide-challenge/
The Keys To Success
In the online t-shirt industry, there are several critical elements to being successful as a t-shirt entrepreneur. Each of these elements need to be considered closely before moving forward:
Niche
You hear this term get tossed around a lot, but nowhere is it more important to choose a niche than in the graphic t-shirt industry. One of the most important factors in building a successful t-shirt business is the ability to stand out from the many competitors and one of the best ways to do that is by choosing and catering to a specific niche.
In general, categories like t-shirts with funny slogans are going to be too broad to attack in a very developed market. You’re going to want to tighten it up a little more. An example of a more specific niche would be t-shirts with funny slogans that relate to doctors and nurses.
Being more specific will help you stand out as well as better attract and market to the right audience without blowing your budget.
Design
The majority of people that are purchasing graphic tees are looking for design, graphics and slogans that connect with them and reflect their opinions and personality.
The last thing a visitor would want is to see in your catalogue is a copy of t-shirt design found elsewhere. Your designs don’t necessarily need to be complex, in fact many of the best selling graphic tees and very simple, however, they do need to connect with your audience and stand out.
Recommended Course on T-Shirt Design: Hey, Cool Shirt: Designing Effective T-shirt Graphics by Chris Delorenzo, Lead Designer for Johnny Cupcakes.
Quality
The next most important factor in the success and sustainability of an online t-shirt business is quality. You can fool someone once, but you can’t fool them twice. The quality of the shirts you use and the prints needs to be top notch. A pattern that fades and cracks or a t-shirt that shrinks and rips won’t create raving fans that come back and repurchase.
Brand
A strong, interesting brand is vital in the t-shirt industry. Your brand is a promise that will tie together all your choices including your niche, designs and quality. Building a unique and likeable brand is important for businesses in a high competition industry. When customers have more choices, it becomes extremely important for an ecommerce business to have a distinctive presence to capture customers' attention.
Recommended Course on Clothing and Apparel Branding: A Staple of Branding: How to Start Your Fashion Company by Jeff Staple, Founder, Staple Design.
T-Shirt Quality
Not all t-shirts are the same and not all print jobs are the same. As we mentioned above, quality is paramount to your brand and its success, so it’s important to educate yourself and choose your blank shirts wisely.
It will always be tempting to sacrifice on quality for higher profit margins but you need to consider how the quality will affect customer’s decisions to share your brand and repurchase in the long run.
Quality t-shirts encompass several factors, including fit, sizing, material, softness, and weight. A great start point for determining which blank t-shirt to use is to check out T-Shirt Magazine Online’s review of some of the most popular blank t-shirts for printing.
Once you narrow down your choices, it’s strongly encouraged to order each of the t-shirts yourself to make an informed final decision.
T-Shirt Printing Quality
In this day in age, there are three popular methods for printing onto t-shirts. Each method has its pros and cons, and will partially depend on how much time you want to invest into the product creation, as well as the printing partner you choose.
Below, we have outlined all three print methods to give you a better understanding of each process.
Screen Printing
Screen printing is an old technique that has stood the test of time. As one of the most popular methods for printing onto t-shirts, screen printing can produce durable and long lasting result. However, a labor intensive initial setup means screen printing is most cost effective when printing in bulk. Screen printing also poses issues when it comes to complex designs or designs with more than four to five colors as each color increases costs and production time.
Pros
Cost effective for large batches. Volume discounts. Cons
Not cost effective for multiple colors. Can only print simple images and designs.
Image Source: Specialities Plus
Heat Transfer
Heat transfers have also been around for a long time and exist in several form. You may have seen basic heat transfer paper at your local office supply store. Although these make it easy to print your designs from your home computer and transfer them with an iron, these won’t cut it when it comes to running a business. The more advanced form of heat transfers are called plastisol transfers and are printed by professional printers on special, high quality heat transfer paper. The advantage of this is being able to order a stack of prints from your local printer and transfer them to your t-shirts as you receive orders with a commercial heat press machine.
Heat transfers can produce full-colour images onto t-shirts relatively easily and quickly.
Pros
You can “print” each shirt on demand. Cons
Lower quality and less durable than direct-to-garment and screen printing. Large upfront investment into a heat press machine (Few hundred dollars to a few thousand dollars). Do-it-yourself approach means additional time input from yourself.
Direct-To-Garment (DTG)
The direct-to-garment printing process operates much like a ink-jet printer you would have at home. DTG prints ink directly onto the t-shirt and can produce full color images with accuracy.
Direct-to-garment printing produces quality printing on par with screen printing and better than heat transfers. Because it operates just like an ink-jet printer, there are no setup costs, unlike screen printing. This means that it's easy and cost effective to print small orders.
The major disadvantage of direct-to-garment printing is the lack of volume discount for large orders, as it takes the same amount of time to print each shirt.
Pros
Unlimited color options. High detail accuracy in printed design. Great for small orders or one-offs. No set-up costs. Cons
Not cost effective for large production runs. Generally no volume discounts.
Image Source: Melco
Creating Your Designs
Find The Best Selling Designs And Niches
If you’re stuck for t-shirt niche ideas and designs, a great start is to look at what else is popular and currently selling well.
Below is a list of several popular and bestseller pages for some of the top graphic t-shirt marketplaces that just might help you get a better idea of your next niche or t-shirt design.
Teeview Zazzle Bestsellers & Zazzle Popular Redbubble Popular Skreened Trending Shirts Snorg Bestsellers Kickstarter T-Shirt Campaigns You may also want to consider checking out Google Trends and Google Hot Searches to get a sense of the topics people are currently interested in.
Hire A Designer
Once you have an idea for some t-shirt designs. You’re going to have to get your ideas actually designed. If you have Adobe Photoshop or similar programs you can likely produce some simple designs by yourself. However, if you’re like most people, you will likely need to enlist some help.
There are a wide variety of tools and market places you can use to find a suitable graphic designer to help you with your designs.
Design Communities
Dribbble - Dribbble is a great designer community with lots of unique talent. Search for the style you’re looking for and message the designers you like to see if they're available for freelance projects.
Behance - Behance is another great designer community to check out for your next t-shirt designer.
Freelance Networks
Some other great options you may also want to try are the more popular freelance networks like Freelancer and Elance.
Buy Designs
If you’re stuck for a designer, there are also options to purchase pre-made designs. You’ll want to keep in mind that if you choose to go this route, there’s high likelihood that other people are already selling the design, making it harder for you and your brand to stand out.
Check out t-shirt graphic marketplaces like:
Designious T-Shirt Factory You may also want to check out general graphic design marketplaces but keep in mind if you plan to sell your t-shirts, you’ll need to purchase a commercial license.
Creative Market Graphic River Mocking Up Your Designs
Once you have some final designs, your next step will be to get some mockup images of them on actual t-shirts. Your customers are going to want to actually see what the final design will look like printed on a shirt.
There are a few ways you can get images of your final designs on t-shirts including ordering samples and taking product photography yourself, or with the abundance of t-shirt templates online, you can opt to create a 100% digital mockup like the one below.
Adobe Photoshop (Free Trial) t-shirt templates are the most common types of mockup files. They allow you to quickly preview how your designs will look printed on a t-shirt. Most Photoshop templates comes with multiple layers that allow you to change the colour of the shirt and apply your own design that will blend with the creases, folds and contours of the shirt.
Below, we have compiled several resources to help you find the best possible mockup file for your next project:
GraphicRiver T-Shirt Mockups Design Inspiration Magazine - 40 T-Shirt Mockups Design Bolts - 50 T-Shirt Mockups If Adobe Photoshop isn't right for you, you can also use web-based mockup software that will allow you to do the same thing without having to download and figure out Photoshop.
Shirt Mockup (Web Based T-Shirt Mockup) Another great options for tasks like this is to enlist help from someone on Fiverr for $5. Just search for t-shirt mockups.
Validating Your Designs
Before you spend a lot of money on your new business idea, you should first verify that there is a market and interest for your designs. There are many ways you can go about validating the market for your design ideas.
Some of the popular and more common methods for validating your ideas include:
Personal Social Networks - Post some of your designs to Facebook, Twitter and other social networks your friends and potential customers are a part of. Be careful asking friends however, their opinions will usually be tainted with an over-positive tint.
Reddit - Reddit is huge and we have discussed it thoroughly in past posts. With the massive number of subreddits it’s possible to easily find a highly targeted niche of potential customers and ask them first hand their thoughts on your designs before launching.
Example: Bitcoin T-Shirt Validation
Kickstarter - Kickstarter and other crowd-funding websites have made it much easier to test, validate, and collect money upfront for your new business idea. Launching a crowdfunding campaign can be time consuming and requires a good deal of preparation, however, the benefits can be huge, which include fully funding your project before you have spent a dime.
Example: Dev Tee’s and Starstuff Clothing
Open Test Store - Finally, it’s never been easier to set up a fully functional online store in the matter of few hours to validate your business idea.
Setting Up Shop
Now that you have your t-shirt designs, made your mockups and validated your idea, it’s time to build your store. There are plenty of great options out there for building an ecommerce site, quickly and inexpensively.
There are a handful of t-shirt print-on-demand dropshippers that can directly integrate with your online store, allowing you to get up and running in no time. These printedropshippers will print and ship your t-shirts to your customers on your behalf every time you receive an order, automatically.
Check out the following t-shirt printedropshippers:
Print Aura Printful Shirts.io DynamicWear Merchify
It's never been easier to express your creativity and start your own online t-shirt business. With some unique designs and the right tools, you can have have your premium t-shirt brand up and running in no time.
http://www.shopify.com/blog/14515425-how-to-start-an-online-t-shirt-business-the-ultimate-guide
and:
http://www.abetterlemonadestand.com/how-to-start-an-online-tshirt-business-24-hour-guide-challenge/
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How do most of you pay your drop shippers?

I'm considering being a drop shipper myself of a hot product. I don't want to take credit cards for a couple reasons, first off it cuts into my profit margins and I'm already giving people a great deal off retail prices but more importantly I don't want dropshippers screwing up and getting chargebacks from their customers and then trying to do a chargeback against me. I'm curious how everyone pays their drop shipper? Checks, bankwires, bitcoins?
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Negating price volatility for online merchants

I sell items dropshipped by another company. When I sell the item they ship it with my label and we all make profit.
To do this I have a dropshipper account with them where I hold funds.
I can only add funds to it once a day during business hours.
So currently I put say £1000 in my dropshipper account, then overnight I make sales for £500 of goods, which I pay the company £400 for.
I then need to top-up my balance with them to my comfortable £1000 which I can do easily with the £500 I made, keeping £100 for myself.
Problem is it takes forever to get the money, and I could use bitcoin skipping over the banks.
So the company that ships my stuff says they'll accept money from me in bitcoin for my account which they'll then convert to fiat and put in my account.
GREAT! I can take payment in bitcoin, receive it instantly, send bitcoin to them and top up my balance. No waiting, no problem.
Unless bitcoin changed price. I sell something at 1BTC tonight, they don't open until tomorrow and by the time they do the price has changed and my 1BTC converts down to less than the cost price and I make a loss.
I was thinking one way to negate it would be to take the payment in BTC, convert it to fiat on the exchanges (like bitstamp or wherever) then convert it back to BTC when the shipping company opens. I'd pay a fee to do that though.
Any other ideas?
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