While there are already a lot of very long and quite deatiled Worldwide Brands reviews online, many of them miss the key points – or do not make them in a concise enough manner. In this short Worldwide Brands review, I'm just going to focus on the three key aspects of this popular but expensive wholesaler directory – the price, the number of suppliers and the quality of those suppliers.
Worldwide Brands is both the most expensive and largest paid directory of wholesalers, drop shippers and liquidators in the both United States and the world. There are about 10,000 suppliers listed and from these suppliers, more than 16 million products are available to buy at low trade prices. By comparison, Doba has only 1 million products and Salehoo about 2.5 million – and both have significantly fewer suppliers listed as well.
The price of Worldwide Brands membership – and it's important to note this is for lifetime membership – is $299, although discounts of as much as $50 are available at certain times of the year. Again, by comparison, Salehoo is only $67, but this is an annual payment for membership.
The high membership fee pays for the team at Worldwide Brands to certifiy all the suppliers they list – preventing any scam suppliers from being admitted. This reduces the risk of losing money by using unreliable suppliers, and if you are buying a lot of goods then it might be worth paying for. However, Worldwide Brands is still a very expensive way to find suppliers and it's not worth joining if you can't easily afford the fees.