Dropshipping is a popular area of global trade. The steady growth of the direct-to-consumer market explains the popularity of this business model. Dropshippers do not need a warehouse to store goods, nor do they need to rent premises for an offline shop. To start the business, it is enough to register a domain name for a website or an online shop, make a marketplace and pay for hosting. The dropshipping algorithm is accessible and simple: a buyer orders a product on the seller's (dropshipper's) website, pays for it, the dropshipper receives the money, transfers it to the supplier, who ships the goods and issues the proper documents. The dropshipper's income is the difference between the price of the supplier and the value of the product he has advertised in his online shop.