Dropshipping is a method of fulfillment in retail, in which the company does not keep a stock of the products it sells. When a customer buys a product, the order is passed directly to a third party who delivers it.
In a dropshipping model, the seller acts as a storefront for customers to buy products. Once they place the order, the seller charges the customer and the supplier charges the seller. The seller does not handle or store the products, and the supplier deliver it directly to the customer.
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