Wholesale Ted Review: The Ecomm Clubhouse – Scam or Not?

Wholesale Ted! Want to know more?

The face of Wholesale Ted is Sarah Chrisp, the blonde woman you've probably seen a lot on Youtube. 

Ted is actually her mentor and business partner, but you'll probably never see Ted, ever. He just lurks in the shadows.

She boasts a pretty successful YouTube presence, and she has a decent blog too. Although, of course, all of this is part of the sales funnel towards eComm Clubhouse, her latest product which claims to teach you to be able to be successful in the world of eCommerce. 

She was previously promoting a course in Amazon FBA but it looks like the focus has been switched to The Ecomm Clubhouse and apparently it's a Shopify approved course.

We are going to be looking at all of that (and a little bit more) in this Wholesale Ted review to see if you should invest in their dropship club.

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Who is Sarah Chrisp?

Sarah is from New Zealand. Honestly, it is pretty tough to find out that much information about her, beyond what she talks about on her website. She claims that she has started several eCommerce stores, and now she spends her time mentoring and jetting around the world on private jets.

That is about it. Although, this is pretty much the same thing that every mentor is going to claim, so you are really going to need to take it at face value, to be honest.

In terms of net worth, again, very little information could be found out there. However, I do know that there are a few hundred people signed up to the eComm Clubhouse, and if all of them are stumping up $67 per month, then she has a bit of cash flowing in.

Certainly enough to fund the lifestyle that she talks about a little bit.

Most people who find Sarah will find her through the YouTube channel that she runs. Here, she shares a ton of advice about running a successful eCommerce business although, as you may have guessed, the bulk of this information is geared towards getting you to sign up to her membership program; eComm Clubhouse.

As I said before; the whole company is called Wholesale Ted. Although Wholesale Ted claims to make money in several different ways including Amazon FBA. 

Is Wholesale Ted Just a Scam?

Nah. It isn't. There are some people who will claim that Sarah charges a little bit too much for what she is offering, but she certainly isn't a scam.

That being said, there is absolutely no proof that she has created a successful eCommerce store on her own.

She claims that she has. Something to do with retro gaming in the past, but we currently have no indication that she is currently earning money any other way than through Wholesale Ted.

That being said, I do think that Sarah is fairly unique in her teaching style.  

However, you have the benefit of her having her own YouTube channel, this means that you will be able to get a feel for whether you can gel with her personality or not. This may be online education, but you do still have a learning style that needs to be met so you can absorb the information properly.

eComm Clubhouse Review

The eComm Clubhouse is the subscription package from Sarah. It is going to set you back $67 per month, although there is a cheaper trial available for $1 which will allow you to sample some of the material.

The eComm Clubhouse is (mostly) a video-based course. It is all going to be presented by Sarah, and you should have a rough idea about her upbeat personality from those YouTube videos of hers before you sign up for her course.

The eComm Clubhouse provides information on the various steps Sarah claims will get you running a successful eCommerce business:

  • Choosing a Niche
  • Choosing Products
  • Creating a store
  • Upselling
  • Gaining traffic
  • Running your store

This course is purely focused on running a store through Shopify and requires you to be interested in either drop shipping or print on demand. You must also have a bit of cash available to run paid advertisements.

This means that if you are not interested in any of that and want to go down a different route with your eCommerce store, then eComm Clubhouse may not be the right option for you.

The course is regularly updated, although, some people may claim that it is not updated often enough to justify the regular fee. However, that being said, most people will also say that you get a lot more information in the course than in some of the other mentor couses out there.

Is it Worth it?

I find that paying monthly for training really adds up and is going to cut into your budget. Although $67 isn't that much,  in 3 months you'll already have paid just over $200 and if you cancel, you'll lose all the training.

An Alternate to Consider

So let me ask you this - would you rather not just pay a one time fee and still get updates along with support and a mentorship? Would you also like to learn from a dude that actually has profitable ecom stores and has shown proof along with his students?

This is why I suggest time and time again - Ecom Elites by Franklin Hatchett.

It's only going to set you back a one time fee of $197 or $297 for the "Ultimate" version. 

From what I have seen so far, there is a LOT more training in Ecom Elites Ultimate than with the Ecomm Clubhouse.

Things you'll learn in eCom Elites:

  • Almost 200 videos of "over the shoulder" training
  • Facebook & Instagram traffic training
  • Email Marketing Training
  • Google SEO
  • Chatbot Training
  • Weekly Q&A Sessions
  • Google Shopping Ads Training
  • Sales Funnel Training

Ready to get started or would you like to learn more?

I'm also an eCom Elites member and have benefited greatly from the training. It's helped me make more money with my own stores. See my review below where I take you inside.

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