Free eCommerce Store With Products To Sell


Update August 2017: Please note – the information in this post is now superseded, as our UK stores are available. A revised post will be published ASAP.

Global Shopping Rewards

A month ago I wrote about my free eCommerce Store with products included for sale in it.

Since then I’ve been building this business which caught my eye for these main reasons:

  • Online shopping (which I already do) but now I can Shop, Save and Earn as I shop
  • Coming to the UK in 2017, so I’m getting ahead of the game by building a team in advance
  • Working within a team I already know, like and trust
  • No need to hold or handle stock or money – your stores look after all that
  • First time I’ve come across a company that makes it so easy to receive company profits share
  • Even free-store members can qualify for a share of the company’s global profits for a pretty low qualification requirement with a system called our 88 matrix (every 88th member who joins the company drops into your personal forced matrix)

Defining Free

You can be a “free” customer and benefit from a share of profits on everything you buy from our stores. What you cannot do, is build a team of shoppers and business builders. Those are Brand Ambassadors.

First please note that “free” doesn’t mean money for nothing! (If only.) It means that you don’t need pay to open your store and it can stay free as long as you wish. You will need to make purchases or sales in order to earn profits. Hopefully that doesn’t need to be said, but I’ll say it just the same LOL.

For Anyone Who Shops Online, Or Would Like A Free Online Shop

This video will show you more:



Free e-Commerce Store With Products

In the USA members’ shops include many households brands (including Walmart) that people are already buying from.

The idea is that you replace your existing shopping costs with purchases in your own store. Not that you buy extra goods.

With that being said, there is no need to wait till UK stores arrive, because you can verify your ID on a free store right away and let the company build a team of store owners under you.

As A Shopper

If you do any shopping online, you really should think about becoming a free GRS customer. This means you will have your own store to order or sell from and you’ll get a share of the profit you generate rebated to you.

It’s a completely risk free store that costs you nothing to open, and check out the products.

As just a “shopper”, sometimes you’ll buy cheaper on your own store. Sometimes you’ll find an item cheaper elsewhere – in which case, we’re all loyal to our wallets first.

Always check the offers, but buy where it’s cheapest!

As An e-Commerce Business Part-time Or Full-Time

You can stay a free customers for as long as you like, taking profits on your own purchases.

Or you can decided to upgrade and build a business. Upgrading is one-off $499, plus $24.97 per month store fee. The latter is commissionable on your first level. The $499 buys you a fully equipped marketing kit.

More info on the compensation plan is available on request.


My Progress To Date

After my first month, I was in profit every month, so extremely happy.

The one disappointment was the time that the UK store took to arrive. However, finally I’m delighted to say it’s here:  Incentibuys  As mentioned right at the start, there is more detailed information in the post linked at the top.

Free Drop-Ship Training

free drop shipping trainingThere’s free drop-ship training available and I gather some people in the USA are making a great income using dropshipping.

I can’t tell you how good the training is because to be honest it’s not something I have time to get involved in. But if drop-shipping interests you, or anyone you know, join free and see what you make of it.

In Conclusion

If you buy online, sell online, or do any sort of e-commerce this could be of interest to you.

To learn more, with no obligation, you can attend one of our introductory webinars, or just become a free customer, look round our group and stores and take your time deciding.

Whichever is most convenient, please contact me on Facebook and I’ll add you to our “prospects group” where you can see more information.

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  • Lea Bullen says:

    Hi Joy,

    It seems like you’ve made a substancial amount of progress in the past month. You’re setting yourself up nicely for the new year. Congrats, and further luck in your progression!


    • Joy says:

      Hi Lea,

      Yes, thanks. I have been pleased with how things have gone.

      It’s been a bit of a diversion from where I thought I was going – but it’s a big improvement, and I am already starting to see commissions come in every day from the ecommerce stores. That’s really encouraging!

      Joy – Blogging After Dark

  • Sonal sharma says:

    I agree, there are lots of advantages of having a ecommerce shop with low investment. I read a news where, anchor were telling the growth of the ecommerce and online businesses. They told us 2019 year’s profit and earning assumption is $3.94 trillion. which is very big.

    • Joy says:

      Hi Sonal,

      It’s really booming isn’t it?

      The beauty of our ecommerce store is that we don’t (personally) have to stock any physical products. These are fully loaded on our platform – and such a wide selection of things we’d want to buy anyway.

      Access to the Global Company Profits Pool at such a “low” place in the compensation plan means that we can benefit from the sales of people as far afield as China – where the bulk of the company’s profits are being made selling to 300,000+ members.

      With figures like you mention for 2019, I’m so glad I positioned myself in late 2016, to start building.

      Joy – Blogging After Dark

  • Hello Joy! Congrats on your new direction here my friend! We all know that the internet is where it is at Right? Keep up the great work.
    Thanks for the great review.
    Chery :))

    • Joy says:

      Hi Chery,

      Yes, thanks for your good wishes.

      The free ecommerce stores are going great guns – especially since I don’t have any stock-holding or shipping to do. TPS (The Perfect Solution) fits perfectly into my part-time business availability.

      Joy – Blogging After Dark

  • Hi Joy,

    Your amazing work ethics are inspiring! I’ve never considered owning an online store, even though I often buy online. Duh, I guess.

    Good write-up without any hype or coercion. Very nice. (I’m off to your Facebook to get more info about this opportunity) Edward

    • Joy says:

      Hi Edward,

      Work ethic drummed into me from an early age 🙂 And it keeps me from just sitting snoozing in front of the TV!

      I hadn’t thought of having a store either – mainly because of the “stock” issue – but all that’s done for us.

      I hate hype – I’ll only ever be completely honest about what I’ve done. Lies have a habit of coming back and biting you, and I don’t have a good enough memory to stick to anything but the truth.

      The “Facebook” is two groups that I’ll invite you to, so hope you’ll accept when you get the chance. There’s a lot of info in there, but we want people to have everything there to see, up front.

      Thanks for your visit – I’ll catch you in the group 🙂

      Joy – Blogging After Dark

  • Ikechi says:

    Hi Joy

    Congrats and I see you have made so much progress. Thanks for sharing. Take care

    • Joy says:

      Hi Ikechi,

      Yes, it’s really encouraging to see some progress day by day.

      The whole team is working together and hardly a day goes by without more resources being added from “above”.

      Please let me know if I can help you further.

      Joy – Blogging After Dark

  • Hi Joy,

    This sounds pretty exciting.

    I’ve been running an ecom store for a short while, and I can tell you that getting traffic is the big challenge.

    I guess there’s no perfect solution… or is there?

    Keep in touch and let us know how this progresses.

    Ecom is hot and it’s a great thing to get in on today.


    • Joy says:

      Hi Donna,

      I’m very excited about it, because it’s something that the average person (like me!) can do.

      The traffic solution with TPS is two-fold:
      1) Our stores sell everyday items and you can place a qualifying order being your own customer – so can family and friends. So you are your own qualifying traffic. And any other traffic you get is a bonus.
      2) I also earn a share of the company global profits via the company forced matrix (called our 138), at a low qualifying level. So my “138” contains over 1,000 members mostly Chinese who are spending in their shops, and I qualify for a share of that. It’s not a fortune, but even after 6 weeks it’s on course to cover the cost of my qualifying order and everything else will be profit.

      The compensation plan is generous and free store owners can earn in 4 different ways.

      Here in the UK we are just team building – because our stores aren’t open yet. But the USA stores are already open! Here’s mine: http://joyhealey.tps138.com

      (UK stores open in spring 2017, Singapore and Malaysia and Canada will be coming soon too.)

      I still haven’t quite grasped the fact that I’m earning daily revenue on the purchases of over 1,000 Chinese shoppers I have never met. There are almost half a million members so far and it’s growing at an amazing rate.

      At the moment we’re just recommending people to enroll free, verify their ID – then come back after Christmas and see how many have fallen into their “138 matrix”.

      It’s exciting checking every day 🙂

      Joy – Blogging After Dark

  • Lydia Brown says:

    Hey Joy thanks for sharing this awesome news. I have fallen in love with eCommerce myself. Just started a new venture with my daughter and we look forward to having an amazing 2017 with it. Thanks for sharing.

    • Joy says:

      Hi Lydia,

      My eCommerce sites are going very well for me, and I hope your venture with your daughter is too. Hope we’ll be hearing more about it in PAC as I’m sure we’d all love to help you build it up.

      2017 is looking good for both of us:-)

      Joy – Blogging After Dark

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