WholeSale Ted Review: The eComm Clubhouse (Is It a High-Ticket Scam?)

By Roy Goldstein

February 17, 2021

WholeSale Ted Review: The eComm Clubhouse (Is It a High-Ticket Scam?)

We’ve all wondered at least once:

If these gurus are really doing so well drop shipping, why are they posting TONS of videos on YouTube?

Why do they all start selling high-ticket courses like crazy?

Why do they even need another revenue stream if they’re doing so well??

If this is all you can think of when you hear “Wholesale Ted Dropshipping”, this is the post you need to read. 

I’m going to break down the whole course for you and reveal everything about Sarah Crisp, the youtuber & mastermind behind the program. 

Let’s dive right in!

First, Who The Hell Are You?

Yes, you’re right. 

(I’m sorry. Why should you trust me & this post in the first place?)

My name is Roy Goldstein, guys. 

Ended college a couple of years ago, then went completely into the 9-to-5 rat race. 

I worked a few months in direct selling (only a notch above door to door).

Then got an office-job, went on to be one of the top performers… and worst paid. 

I’ve been where you are right now, really. 

(You can read more on my story here)

“How to make money online” was probably my most searched topic on Google. And I tried everything. 

I flipped stuff on eBay, sold on Amazon, built a few dropshipping businesses, got into affiliate marketing…

I did everything under the sun to pay the bills – and then I found lead generation

Long story short, struggled for about 8 months but finally found a model that worked and I’ve since made $50k online.

I’ll tell you more on that later. 

For now, I want to give you what you’ve came looking for:

Who is Sarah Chrisp?

The information that there is of Sarah isn’t much. 

According to her, she has had several successful online stores and stores that she sold on Amazon FBA with success.

But here’s what I know for sure:

Sarah owns a YouTube Channel and a personal blog where she talks about business, Amazon FBA, and dropshipping.

And there’s A LOT of people following her. 


I think you should definitely go to her YouTube channel and check some of her videos. 

There’s a lot of valuable and useful content you can watch totally FREE, even though most of it is about print-on-demand. 

eComm Clubhouse Review: What Can You Find in Her Course?


In this course -or rather club, since it’s called eComm Clubhouse, you can find the following training:

  • Choice of niche
  • Choice of product
  • Store creation
  • Upsells
  • Generate traffic
  • Manage the store


Before signing up, it’s a good idea to watch some of the content from her channel.

Since the eComm Clubhouse’s videos have the same theme and style as the ones from her channel, watching them can help you a lot to get a feel of her communication style and see if you like it.

Regarding the content, it focuses on teaching what’s fundamental and important in dropshipping and print on demand. 

I think the content is updated, although not frequently enough to pay the fee of $67 each month. 

But besides that, the content is very well-organized, and honestly, you can’t expect to find something very advanced or with a high level of depth for the price you’re paying. 

I’ve seen some other courses with less content and higher tickets. 

I would have loved to see a bit more advertising strategy, like Google Ads or Facebook Ads, but I guess the content is good for the basics. 

If you’re a beginner, you’re probably going to love it! 

Final Thoughts

Sarah’s eComm Clubhouse has good content for a person who’s starting or wants to start in the world of online business. 

Now, don’t expect it to surprise you with advanced content or strategies that can earn you a lot of money. 

From my point of view, the value that the course adds is that it’s well structured, so you don’t miss out on anything when you start dropshipping.


Bonus: The Easiest Way To Make Money Online 

If you’re looking for a way of making huge money online…

(And becoming financially independent)

You may know by now that I don’t think dropshipping is going to help you with that. 

Here’s what helped me build a 6-figures online business by the age of 24. 

If I were you, I’d forget about a model business that’s gonna force me to sacrifice time (and money), deal with customers, bad reviews, refunds… 

And start taking the right path to success now

I hope you’ve found this post helpful!

Have you ever tried dropshipping?

I’m glad to read you!

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