Is Fatal Grips a Scam? Gaming Accessories Store Review

Is Fatal Grips a Scam? Gaming Accessories Store Review

Fatal Grips located at, which sells gaming accessories for the Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, PS4, and PC is not a scam. Fatal Grips buys and sells products from Amazon, eBay, and other resellers and then sell them for a higher price. This is called Dropshipping and is being used by a lot of legitimate online stores. People list products from other websites where they can get them cheaper, then put them on their page for a higher price. Once someone buys something from them they just go to the other websites and put their customers' information in and ship the products directly from the websites to their customers. So, customers can buy things directly from Amazon, eBay, or other resellers, or they can go to Fatal Grips and get the same items for a higher price. The choice is theirs.

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Otherewise from the drop shipping problems, some customers have complained about products taking weeks to be delivered and claims they have received counterfeit products. But, Fatal Grips has not control over this because they are doing drop shipping.

What is Dropshipping?

Dropshipping is a business model which you can use to run your store without ever holding any inventory. Once you’ve made a sale your supplier will ship your products from their warehouse, straight to your customer’s doorstep. You’ll never need to worry about storing, packaging, or shipping your products.

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  • July 17, 2020 at 8:13 PM by an anonymous user from: Jonesborough, Tennessee, United States

    I got sponsored by fatal grips and I dont want my followers to be scammed so can people drop more websites that talk about this

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