Measurements of the Hall coefficient, the electrical resistivity and the room temperature coefficient of resistivity of the amorphous W 1- xCu x alloys (0.4 <x<0.7) are reported. The alloys have been prepared by magnetron sputtering technique. The Hall coefficient, RH exhibits a sign reversal at an approximate tungsten concentration of 45% being positive on the tungsten-rich side. The obtained results are correlated with the available data for the corresponding properties of the other amorphous alloys based on early transition-late transition metals. The Hall effect results support the "magnetic" origin of positive RH and indicate that the spin-orbit coupling (λ SO) in W-Cu alloys is weaker than in corresponding Zr, Ti or Ta base alloys.