Can I sell discounted products bought from Macy's and sell them at the store as being from Macy's; is this legal or not in the US?
Actually you can not sell any Liquidated goods in a retail setting stating they are from Macy's. You can say names such as high end Retailer or such but you can not use Macys name. I actually have this in my Sales Defacing agreement you must sign when you order a truckload from Me. I have a contract directly with macys and this is one of their requirements. If I were to be sued by macys for infringement of this contract that suit would go right to you as you the buyer agreed to this in your sales agreement.
No retailer wants you to advertise where you got the liquidated merchandise.
But if your buyers want to know where you got them you can tell them you just cant specifically advertise in a retail setting.
I do have the ability to create a Macys truckload for $17,000 - $20,000 and they have on average $150,000 in products on them. I can also build your load closest to your location to save you shipping as I have Contracts with All the Macy's distribution Facilities in the USA.
If you want premium truckloads loaded with as Much as 3 Million in products we can build them as well but they will take us a week or so to get put together with Macys.
There are also several other companies we work with that have some great deals around $14,000 including Target, and Costco
Note: Costco does not remove electronics from their loads so they are one of the best in their Market range.
Big 5 Sporting goods is offering $10,000 Sporting goods truckloads right now stacked with over $100,000 in products and Double loads for $14,000 with over $200,000 in products FOB california.