There's quite a lot of detailed information about Worldwide Brands online already, but in this short Worldwide Brands review, I'm going to focus just on the key points and how it's better than the alternatives.
Worldwide Brands – The Essential Facts
Worldwide Brands is the largest directory of certified suppliers and wholesale products – with more than 8,000 drop shippers and wholesalers and about 16 million products for sale. That makes it the largest directory of wholesale products on the Internet – by a long way.
All of the suppliers in the Worldwide Brands directory are fully researched and guaranteed to be both legitimate and reliable – so there is no risk buying from any of them.
Worldwide Brands specialise in drop shippers and wholesalers that sell in light bulk – so they are very accessible for new businesses.
Finally, Worldwide Brands has a one-off membership fee and no hidden or additional costs. There's a 30-day money back guarantee as well, so there's not much risk joining even if the membership fee is a high price at $299.
The top alternative to Worldwide Brands is Salehoo – another directory of about 8,000 verified suppliers that was founded several years later in 2005. There are two key areas though that Salehoo lags behind Worldwide Brands on – first of all, it has an annual membership fee, rather than a one-off fee for lifetime membership, like Worldwide Brands has. The other disadvantage to using Salehoo instead, is that they list only about 10% of the number of suppliers that Worldwide Brands has.