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Is eSources a legitimate website?

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    I was looking online for some wholesalers and then I discovered eSources, a website which claims to have a verified wholesaler database.

    The website seems to be heavily promoted on some forums but all the posts which big it up look fairly similar, they all post the same thing but with different wording and now I'm wondering whether eSources is actually legit or not. I literally saw a thread on which dozens of accounts, who had 1 post each on the forum, all praising eSources...lol....

    Has anyone else here used it before? Is it good?
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