Thomas Quarcco if that is what you want to call him is a career long scammer. Check out his linked in Profile. https://www.linkedin.com/in/adetunji-thomas-quarcoo-78a56717/
This current rendition of scamming people starts with an add on Craigslist to provide a dropshipping business. He will then get you to send him literally thousands of dollars to cover costs of items he will never ship. Then he will disappear.
I registered with Dropshipping Express in June. I paid the 2000 dollars to have 500 products put up on Amazon and Ebay. Within a couple days my site was up and products were selling every day. I was then contacted by another seller on amazon warning me that Thomas was going to scam me... never ship my products. And take off with the money. This would leave me responsible to return all the money that was paid to me for the products that Thomas never shipped.
Like a reasonable person I put my Amazon store in vacation mode to allow the 4000 dollars worth of sales to actually complete. (get shipped to customers and not be returned) Understand at this point Thomas had already been paid for all products as well as the 2000 for set-up.
After allowing all orders to clear out I ended up having to return 45% of sales back to the buyers on Amazon. This was because Thomas either shipped the wrong product or never even shipped the product. Either way I was out the $.
I contacted Thomas to close down my account with him and terminate my service due to his failure to complete his end of the business. I requested that he refund my original 2000 for setup as well as the credits he received for items he never shipped. Thomas refused to refund by initial setup costs even though I only used his service for 2 weeks. As well, Thomas sent me a BS termination letter and said I had to wait 45 days to receive my money.
Guess what happened next... That's right Thomas vanishes. I got none of my money back and he gets away with theft.
There is also another person involved in this scam... *******@dropshipping.express (involved in returns etc)
From what I can tell they operate from the following address because this is where all the items were returned to.
4700 City Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19131
You can email the local police department.
I will be following up with the local authorities and would recommend that all other people caught up in this scam do the same.
This is not the first time his fraud has caught up with him... It is just the next rendition of Thomas hustling people.
There you have it... Thomas's next effort to separate good people from their money.