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This is by far the best lowcost investment I had. I'm very impressed with the directory listing. It cut my search time to just a minute or two! Thank you so much for putting together this great site and continue to manage such awesome business. Outstanding!


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Hi my friends, just signed up about 20 minutes ago, looking to dropship accessories to electronics, as I am new in this game happy to start off slow to learn the game any help would be great!

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You might want to talk to jg42122, Jason may well be able to help.


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Hi. There's so much to take in on your site. Could you please help me to find a reliable dropshipper for the UK market.

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hello, i am brand spankin new to this. I am reading as many posts as i can to get a general idea where to start and exactly what to sell. Every1 has great advice but i'm considering buying and selling liquidated merchandise. Any suggestions would be appreciated.


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Does anyone know if Canadians need resale cretificates? Is there a Canadian equivolent to them? Lea


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hey;
this is my first post .
i want to open an fragrance online shop there is a company in salehoo directory based in australia that actually can desigh the site which also happens to be the supplier.
i have forgotten the site address and have spent hours trying to locate it but without any success.
can you please help locate this site for me so i can get in touch with them.
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mr raja


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Hi

I just joined this site, Theres so much to look for and I don't know where to start.

I just wanna say this is a greate forum and site and I am glad that i have joined

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Hi,

Has anyone order electronics from the close out store in (CA)?
How was your experience with them.

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just wanted to add something to what was on the last page, i was a gothboy/punk for many years. it's very exspensive to dress the part. and it can be hard to find. thats probably a great business to get into, there will always be teen angst no matter how bad the recession. and plenty of angry little rich kids to keep you in business. wish i would have thought of that.


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If you are going to deal in electronics loads from any liquidator, you need to know what type of stock you are buying.

For example, the cheapest lots will be salvage, basically means nothing is working and stock could have major damage. The next lot will be customer returns, these loads can also be quite inexpensive, but while you should find a percentage of products working, there will be a percentage bot working and some possibly suffering major damage.

The most expensive electrical loads will be scratch and dent stuff and new over stocks. These type of loads will cost you the most, but you pretty much get what you pay for.

Ask the liquidator what type of stock the load consits of, and if they say mixed or even worse, won't give you a straight answer.....tread very carefully!

You can make a stack on liquidated electrical loads, but you have to know what you're doing, those that don't run the risk of losing out BIG time!

Unfortunately I can't comment on the supplier, not aware of them at all.


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just wanted to add something to what was on the last page, i was a gothboy/punk for many years. it's very exspensive to dress the part. and it can be hard to find. thats probably a great business to get into, there will always be teen angst no matter how bad the recession. and plenty of angry little rich kids to keep you in business. wish i would have thought of that.


Interesting you should mention that jk, I was talking with a member based in NZ who was looking to source the same product line, and she said the exact same thing...he sales were going like wildfire and she was trying to buy in bulk to keep up with demand!


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ya i think thats what i was reading on the page before this. were you ever able to find what she was looking for? i dont know about nz but in the u.s. all that stuff is WAY overpriced yet kids buy it up. maybe if you could find some hot topic returns or something, she could make a killing off that


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Couldn't tap into anything decent at the time, but I might revisit that again now. One thing about the liquidation market, you never really know what's around the corner :)


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What is the best line of products to sell on eBay?


fudjj
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That's a pretty open sort of question, you may want to ad some judging critera so members are better able to give you their opinion.

For example, is the biggest selling item the best because it sells the most, but returns the least profit because of market competition, or is the best product the one that sells for the best profit and so on.

Everyone's idea of the best isn't always the same, so work out what you want to get from a product!


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hi

i just dont get it!!!!

i just pay you money(to salehoo)

and you (now) let me know that droopshiipers suck!!!

ebay is not the beswt place to deal with????

pay pal are that bad?!

befor i pay my 67 $$$$

you told me that my life with droopshiper will be easy didnt you

so................

thanks


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Hi EBAY613,

Everyone here has their own little areas of expertise and ways of making money. Some guys dropship and some guys wholesale and yes sometimes there are some friendly opinions expressed in the spirit of competition. But basically what is important is what YOU want to do . Don't take it to heart firstly have a good look around and seek out guys who are doing what you are planning to do and listen,read and learn. The forum here is very good for free info from guys who are doing what you are and there are some guys who are big wholesalers and who knows maybe down the track they can assist you as well.
Everyone starts out differently here and sure,if you have the cash to buy a lot of things you can wholesale but if you don't have the cash and want to build up to it then dropshipping is an acceptable form of doing that.Both these methods work in varying degrees and results depend on how much research and work and time and effort you want to put into it.Your money is well spent just by using this forum...I promise. There are guys here like Fudjj,Planes,Bevsey and others with a wealth of information that can benefit you greatly and you will recoup your investment in knowledge and business acumen faster than you think.


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i just wanted to add my opinion of salehoo for ebay613, when i first signed up for salehoo, maybe a month ago now? i was REALLY overwhelmed w/ all the suppliers, couldn't find what i was looking for, couldn't find much of anything i could profit from on ebay. so i spoke up, i posted a forum saying i couldn't find what i wanted, i got a lot of advice and a few leads. people on here were very helpful. but the true value of salehoo is this forum. i have learned so much about this business that i knew nothing about. and im still learning. running an online business takes A LOT of hard work, if you are willing to put in the work, you will find salehoo to be extremely helpful. could it be better? sure. but put in some time, do some research, ask questions, ask more questions, do some more research, you'll find it was well worth your $67 at least thats my opinion


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Howzit peeps! I am also a newbie here as well as on Ebay, to be more accurate I have joined up today on Salehoo. I had a quick look at a couple of cell phone suppliers but the prices are way out compared to Ebay. I live in South Africa and my main objective is to find a cheap supplier and buy stock to sell here in S.A. Any advice on where I will find the bargains or where to go and look? Through Ebay there is always a middle man and I am trying to hook up with a good supplier. Any help or advice will be great!

Thanks guys!
Markus


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Hi Mr Hueber i have little experiance and not much capital i am looking to sell consumer electronics. i live in Australia and our dollar is always lower then the Americans this means in norder for me to make phrofit of low cost items in the method of dropshiping i have to turn to the asian market i know that this is a risky move as they have a reputation for being of low quality. i woul appreciate it if you could tell me of some suppliers from asia with good reps and i know about mk enterprises and dh gate any others


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Hi Could Sombody out there please tell me how to send a post as a realy wpuld like to send one


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in the forum home, find which category your post fits in, go there, click on new topic


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Yep, you're doing just fine....as raider said, just pick the category where your post fits best.


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Thank you for the welcome. I have a wonderful friends that have been in the U.S. for 6 years. They are origionally from Russia. Tatyana my partner says there is a great opportunity to send quality goods to Russia because they get most of their products from China and Turkey, but the quality is horrible. They also get small amounts from Italy, Spain, France, and Germany, but these products are way expensive.

Tatyana was the first supervisor for Avon in Russia and had over 100 women working under her. With this network already established our only concern is how to get it shipped as cheaply as possible.

She also has a brother - in - law that could receive the merchandise and get the orders ready and keep tabs on everything.

Any help you could send our way would be greatly appreciated.

Sincerely,

Deborah and Tatyana

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Thanks for the welcome


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We are getting more and more inquiries from that area, shipped three pallet loads of shoes to the Ukraine a few weeks ago, never expected to do that....lol

Shipping is always the big killer, that and the exchange rate!

What sized loads are you looking to ship, are we talking containers?

Actually,what sort of products are you wanting to ship, will you be buying direct from wholesalers?


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My name is Eduardo, I'm new and at the moment i reside in Portugal but i have a partner in Australia. I'm asking if someone can help me to start selling thru Drop-shipping. Should i go thru one from Australia or that doesn't really matter? Also im not sure how to approach the drop-shippers? If some one could help me i will appreciate.

I'm already an Ebay seller... i have been selling personal items for over 2 years but now I want to set my online business and I reckon salehoo and drop shippers can be the key for success???

Help please!!!!


Thanks Heaps.
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Hi Eduardo, and welcome to the site.

I would suggest sending me PM with complete details of what you want to do and I'll see what I can do to assist.


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I am new to salehoo and have read you’re above posting. I had assumed that myth’s 1-3 were true. And, I was concerned when I read #6 about Paypal. I will definitely be looking for another pay system in the near future. I was looking into an area for # 5 electronics. But, I was actually looking farther with electronic accessories, specifically ipod and mp3 unit accessories. Would this be better than trying to sell the units themselves? Or, should I just stay out of this area all together?

Replies welcomed!!

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The accessories market is one I do not know too much about myself, however dealing in accessories would open up other supply platforms such as liquidations, and in so doing may very well present you with a cost effective purchasing method for retail sales on sites such as ebay.

I like the way you're thinking personally.


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Hi Guys,

This is Albert from Rancho Cucamonga, CA. I just registered Today at SaleHoo & Im really excited to start a business. I am looking at all the information in the Forum, and I need Total Help from You all since I dont know whats is hot to sell on ebay. Please PM me if you have ideas.

I am Looking Forward to Your positive response & Encoragement from all of the Salehoo Members.

Thanks & Regards,
Albert


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Hi Albert, welcome to the site.


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Hi GR, here I am in South America (Brazil) and 4 months of the year in USA. What kind of help do you need?
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A big hello from Texas (or am I expected to say 'Howdy, Ya'll'). I am a first timer to post and obviously new to SaleHoo. I started selling odd things around the house on ebay and stumbled into a 'make money on ebay' site that ultimately endorsed DOBA which made me start thinking about becoming a serious marketer.

I began researching dropshipping since it is in itself very appealing to new marketers but after research, found out that most of them, DOBA included aren't near as fruitful as they make themselves out to be and the majority of them are downright deceptive.

After running across SaleHoo and doing my usual research, for the first time I could find nothing negative about the services being offered and I spend my hard earned money (which I do not part with very easily). I have been purveying the site now for a couple of weeks and am impressed. The
level of information is staggering and the info about PayPal has me freaking out (PayPalSucks.com). I've already gone to PayPal and started the process to transfer my money to my own account and am hooking up with First Data.

My plans seem to evolve every other day and ultimately I'd like to buy in bulk to sell online and locally but I will say that if you have very little capital, sell things that you have around the house on ebay. Go garage selling and look for things of interest, sell it on ebay and save your money for more lucrative ventures. I went to the local GoodWill to find a couple of shirts, bought three shirts for four dollars apiece just to find out when I got home that they were very expensive and I sold one on ebay for 36.00 and the other for 18.00......stupid finds like that are really cool.

I've sold over 25 karaoke CD's over the last few weeks for 8.00 each. Doesn't seem like much but over the past month I've made over 350.00 just selling junk around the house and a few things found elsewhere.

Start small, folks. That's what I'm doing......and while I'm doing, I'm learning and studying more about the prospects and opportunities available and the money I make is staying put for that future investment.

Geez.....maybe I ought to write ebooks....

Eric


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That e-book may not be a bad idea Eric, welcome to the site by the way...glad you are enjoying a friendly (for the most part) little community : )

The advice you have given is 100% spot on in my opinion, and you are going about structuring yourself absolutely perfectly, I would doubt if I could add much more value to what you're already doing!

Hope to read more posts from you in the future, and I'm sure plenty will get good value out of reading them.


Cheers!


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I appreciate the welcome and the encouragement. The truth is I'm no different than most these days....middle class country boy that runs heavy equipment for a living trying to raise three boys that I generally refer to as the 'children of the corn'.

I just want a better life for my boys and my wife (and maybe a Harley for me) and like everyone else, I simply can't afford to throw any amount of money away at frivolous promises (which I've done in the past) so now I'm very wary about what I put money into. I read about SaleHoo for a week before convincing myself I wasn't going to waste my money.

Sound familiar anyone?


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Hey eharris,


First Welcome to Salehoo! What I can say is I can't see how you will waste your money by joining here. I am just a junior member but what I can say is you have a wide variety of great information and tools to learn from here. I will have to say from the top that to please these topics on the main forum about Jimmy(PPWDG) with a grain of salt-they information in these topics do not relate to Salehoo in any way nor does Salehoo have any involvement on which is going wrong with some people dealing with Jimmy. Believe me, you have come to the right place to learn and gather great information. I can say that this type of business is tough and requires lots of research and open-mindness to what is available. Just take your time reading the topics and check out Salehoo's Bonus Guides. They sure helped me out a lot when I joined. Again Welcome to Salehoo!

Don


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Hi
This site is a little overwelming for the first timer as myself, but I am looking for products to sell on ebay or other sites. Does anyone know a really good idea where to start looking for that perfect item to start with? Any suggestions?

Thanks
Carolyn


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If you are totally new to the game and looking to break ground on sites such as ebay, best advice is to start selling some unwanted gear from around the house.

It's old advice, but the oldest advice tends to be the best advice : )

You don't have to worry about finding suppliers, developing a product stream, and all the rest. Just list what you have and start building a few dollars and some good feedback.


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Hi When I joined up I bought the auction inspector with my membership purchase although, I havent heard anything back and havent received the software to download... if someone could help would be appreciated. Thankyou


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PM sent Amanda


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Hey man

When I purchased ny membership I took up the option of Auction Inspector please help me understand how all my details including receipt number could just go?

yours sincerely


Reg


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PM sent Reg


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I'm really excited even though I'm just starting. I would like some help in picking drop shippers. Any information, good or bad, is really appreciated.


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Hello everyone,


Wow it sure has been a very long time since Ive been here! Im back! The site is looking wonderful and Im glad to see that so many members are still here!


-Benjamin Nguyen


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Welcome back Benjamin....hope you don't stay away for so long next time :)


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Hi, please could anyone help me find a reliable liquidator for the German and uk market?.
Thankx


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Not a very strong industry in that part of the world unfortunately, however I have sent you a PM with one idea.

Cheers


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Thanks for the great advice. I never knew that about Pay Pal. I will be using First Data on my website after I set up an account real soon. I hope I have success with this site. This is my first time trying something like this and it looks very promising. With all the great links, you almost can't go wrong.


Thanks SaleHoo


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Hi all,
I am a newbie to this and find all the info on here a great benefit.
Its a learning curve alright and all advice input from you all is greatly appreciated. To start, when you say buy in bulk, won't this involve storage space and the extra delivery charges??
Thanks,
Dave


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Hi Dave,

Yes, buying in stock will involve needing space for storage, and that is one of the things you will have to weigh up when developing your business.

Perhaps a friend can lend you a corner of a garage to store a pallet for a few weeks, that type of thing.

Yes, having stock delivered will also had to your budget, but the idea is of course that you will be making enough margin on the products at retail to come out in front.

Of course that's always the aim......may not always happen, but that's where experience in this business is worth its weight in gold

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i am looking to sell cameras but quality stuff at a reasonable prices do you know any reliable companies


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Hi I'm new and would really appreciate help with tracking down a good reliable supplier for imitation tortoise shell bangles (resin, acrylic).


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Hi Salehoo

I have just signed up and am very excited about starting my first online business.

I reside in Australia and would welcome a chat with any other Aussie online business owners to seek your advice and guidance to the online world.

I will be looking at creating my own online stores network... not using ebay for the likes..

Time to research and review some posts... I look forward to participating in this online arena.

Cheers
Lee.


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Hello to all ,


i am looking for a liquidator . I would like to buy new Nokia cell phones and used computers, monitors and laptop.
IS URGENT , SO PLEASE HELP !
THANKS A LOT !!!!


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[color=#FF0000]If you see this comment in a users post:

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Hi, I just joined 30 mins ago and would like to know if I can use craigslist for selling? Dropshipping.


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thats a pretty good idea but isnt craigslist more of a local thing? i think people just expect pick it up from you in person instead of waiting a week or so to get it in the mail. though i've never used dropshipping and just listed on craigslist for the first time today. i'd like to hear what some other people w/ experience in 1 or the other think


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hi, i am completely new to the online market. This website has been a lot of help. I am only 18 and would hate to get into any money problems. I keep reading how ebay and paypal can add charges and when you seem like your making a profit you actually owe or lose money. Can anyone give me advice on what to do about this. I am wanting to start selling on ebay for now buying cheap wholesale lots but i dont want to be like some people and fail. Please help.

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as far as the ebay fees, some1 posted a very helpful link here a few days ago, search the forum for the ebay fee calculator. as for not being like some people and fail, just soak up as much knowledge here as you can, dont be afraid to ask questions, and do your research and then do more and more and more research, til you find something that works for you. be patient and dont give up


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I know what I like to sell but how do I exactly use the dropshipping? I am thinking about Craigslist since I can't have an ebay account cuz my bro has one already and there can't be two ebay accounts in one house. Thanks!


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you cant have more than 1 account per house? there are a lot of people who have more than 1 account, there has to be a way around this, anybody know?


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i will try later see if it works. I told my brother the other day about openning an another account..he says only one per house cuz he already tried it before with different email and got deleted. But that was like couple of years ago. I don't know now maybe it has changed.


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HI. I am new to this website and I would like to make a profit on anything, so any help would be appriciated. Thanks.


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HI. I am new to this website and I would like to make a profit on anything, so any help would be appriciated. Thanks.


well welcome to salehoo,
i'd say take some time to browse the suppliers list and read through some of the forums to help you get some ideas of what you want to sell, what market(s) you want to sell in (ebay, bonanzle, craigslist, etc) and what type of suppliers you want to go through, (liquidations, dropshipping, etc) and never be afraid to ask questions, marc, the new community manager, aka, fudjj has a lot of knowledge and is always willing to lend advice when he can, i bug fudjj constantly!


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HI. I am new to this website and I would like to make a profit on anything, so any help would be appriciated. Thanks.


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Hi, all, egor0_3 aka Rich from the uk looking to start ebay as second income, although I had an account for a while nothing much to show,

any advice welcome.


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Hi Rich, welcome to the site.

I suggest you have a good read through the forum, you'll find plenty of advice that will serve you well in your I'm sure.

Any specific inquiry, just pick the relevant subject category and post for other members to leave you some input.


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hi fudjj

thanks, am looking around at wholesalers for now and see what occurs.

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Cheers Rich, just yell out if need help with anything.

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Hi. My wife and I are new to SaleHoo and new to all of this. However I spent a lot of time doing research and was very impressed with SaleHoo. Our plans our to start selling on e-bay and then maybe opening up an online store. We would appreciate any help and advice you all could give us.

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Hi Guys and welcome to the site.

I'm sure you will gain some valuable knowledge from reading through the forum on various topics, however just post any specific questions you may have and we will all do our best to furnish you with answers.

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Hi I am new to the site, but i have been trying to make money on ebay now for about a year now. I have already been burned a couple of times. I want to sell watches because i like them myself.
Could you give me some advice in this area? Can I make money selling watches. What would be the best way to go at it?


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What sort of watchers are you looking at, designer names, classic good quality brands, cheap and nasty?


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I am looking to sell good quality brands. They don't have to be the very top end like rolex. watches like timex casio citizen bulova fossil
elgin in that range. I happen to like watches and i would'nt want to try to sell something that i would'nt want myself. I have a little start up money to buy in bulk. I just need alittle advice of who to deal with. I really would appreciate your help Thank You.


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Liquidations would be the market that I would suggest offers the best potential, however I don't have any information on current loads. I would also suggest you take a look at Link hidden: Login to view.

They may have something publicly displayed that interests you, however I suggest emailing Jeff and asking what package deals they have that are not displayed.

Some gear gets moved without ever making it to the site. Give him some details about yourself, your budget and what not, and I'm sure he will be happy work in with you if possible.

You can also direct an inquiry to our support staff to see if they can supply you some leads.

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Hi everybody

Recently joined the community (which i think is great by the way - so much advice and everybody willing to help!).
As my first venture am looking for a supplier of plant window boxes and garden urns that ships internationally. Have done an initial search and there is one that supplies great stuff but does not ship internationally. If i were to do business with this one is there any way i could restrict my market just to the US given that am in the UK?

Any pointers on this would be greatly appreciated.

Again thank you for being so willing to help others.....


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Hi, and welcome to the community...glad to hear that you like it!

I would suggest taking a look at a mail/parcel forwarding company based in the US. That would give you a US postal address, then allowing you to purchase from any US supplier and have the products shipped to you.

You could discuss options with the company about having them redirect the packages to other addresses as well, giving you the freedom to sell anywhere without the added shipping of having to come to you first.

Not sure if anyone actually provides that type of service, but I think it would be well worth while taking a close look at the options open to you through those avenues.

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Thank you Fudji, i will look into that and let you know how i get on

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Hi, I'm new (of course) and looking for a supplier of tv shows (box sets) any ideas.


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Hello Salehoo friends

I am Pinomi from Fiji
I just got registered an hr ago and still finding my way around & reading all ur comments. Actually I just wanted to order & ship to Fiji & I can sell it here...howeverit seems most suppliers r in US & might cost me more......
the ones in Aust r not shipping internationally...
anyway I am still navigating around & learning as I go...& might ask lots of ques later on....

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Hello Jimmy (Salehoo)

I want to post a question to you

I am anew member , 1 day. I live in Fiji and stumble upon this site. Actually I wanted to do some business on the side....
..however after checking out the suppliers & their locations.. ...am wondering whether its worth it for me....since I am so far away in the pacific....not sure If I will get any profit from this.

I hav no idea how to operate on ebay......I am only interested in ordering products and sell here in Fiji.....
am interested in ladies hand bags...

Please advise whether u think I will be able to find a supplier & make any profit, considering my location.......

thanks
nomi


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Hi Nomi, welcome to the site.

Jimmy is no longer part of the SaleHoo forum, but I will be happy to advise you.

If you are clooking at servicing a local market with ladies handbags, I would suggest that the liquidations avenue in the US would provide you with the best possible value.

You are of course going to need to worry about shipping, so you should be looking for a small loads to get yourself established.

Do you have any idea how big your market would be there, and what types of brand names your would be interested in?


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Hi Fudji

Thank u so much for the response

Actually I'm not sure how big the mkt is but I know there is a market for trendy fashionable ladies handbag......it doesn't have to be a brand...pple here are price sensistive. Brand name bags are sold here for $100+ ......am just looking at brand immitation handbags. am thinking of starting small....my worry is the shipping n currency....however if I can find handbags at very low price/sales then I will still be able to make a profit .
Do u have any idea of the cost of shipping from US to the pasific?

Can u give me/or direct me to the liquidations in US...how to find them. I went on to the supplier below from ur list and saw the prices of the bags...it looks good
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Has anyone buy from this supplier?

If I can find any prices lower that that it will be really great......I will also look around for other products

Thanks for ur help


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Shipping is going to depend on the size of the load, so you will really need to have some specifics befroe you will get a good idea on shipping.

I haven't actually heard of the company you have mentioned, but I do have a few contacts in the surplus market, just give me a few days and I'll see what I can find that may interest you.

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Thanks

I'll keep checking for your info.

cheers
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Hi,
Recently joined Salehoo. I am in Australia and just stating out trying to earn some extra cash.
I'd have to say after reading Jimmy's 'Myth Exploder' It has pretty much knocked the wind out of my sails.
A lot of those things I had been intending to try, don't quite know where to start now. Seems everything I had in mind doesn't work.
My cash situation rules out Wholesale and Liqidation or any large stock purchases.
Guess I'll just have to mark this venture as another failure in my many and becoming expensive attempts at an online business.
I quite frankly don't know where to turn next.
Bungy in OZ


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Hi,
Recently joined Salehoo. I am in Australia and just stating out trying to earn some extra cash.
I'd have to say after reading Jimmy's 'Myth Exploder' It has pretty much knocked the wind out of my sails.
A lot of those things I had been intending to try, don't quite know where to start now. Seems everything I had in mind doesn't work.
My cash situation rules out Wholesale and Liqidation or any large stock purchases.
Guess I'll just have to mark this venture as another failure in my many and becoming expensive attempts at an online business.
I quite frankly don't know where to turn next.
Bungy in OZ


Hi Bungy, and welcome to the site.

It's not an easy business to break into, no doubting that, but it's not impossible to generate an online income stream with very little cash.

If you're new to the game then the very first step should be to gather up some unrequired products from around the house to list. This not only gives you some valuable selling experience, but it starts to build your feedback and it costs you nothing.

Of course it also adds to your budget!

From there I would suggest you take a close look at the second hand market, garage sales, weekend markets, charity shops, local papers and so on. These avenues will give you access to products that won't break the bank, and as long as you buy right, will provide good opportunity to make margin on.

It also gets you out of the house for a while : )


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Really poor experience. The worst experience ever!
(1) Mislead in description
It was Barbie lot. 28 positions total (306 items), only 3 positions of folders and erasers, only 2 of Polly pockets


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Hello Jason
I am a new member and saw your Quote,can you send me some info about starting my own auction?
Don't know anything about this whole experiance but seems you are on track
this is going to be quite a lot of getting to know everything .
Hope to make some money,so going to give it a good go,may you make lots of money for I'll be rooting for you. Harold Link hidden: Login to view drop me a line.


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I'm sorry what is a IRQ number?


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Hello everyone. I am new to Salehoo and joined on 31/07/09, I have spent hours reading on this forum and have learned plenty. I checked a number of wholesalers in Salehoo's directory.
I am an extremely hard worker and have been all my life. I am new to this wholesaler/dropshipping business and wanted to give it a try. I want to succeed and will continue to work to succeed in this business. It took me weeks of research before I decided to sign up at Salehoo. I feel I have received my $67 worth just on this forum alone. I have a couple of questions for all you experienced individuals:

1) How often is the directory updated?

2) Why is it when I do a search on a specific product, does other wholesalers that has nothing to do with the product I searched for show up also
Example if I look up 'camping' wholesalers websites that has nothing to do with 'camping' shows up. I have to look at each one and weed out the ones that doesn't pertain to what I am searching for.

3) Why does a lot of these companies in the directory have 'coming soon' in areas such as 'shipping, or in other areas on their reports' that are in the directory?

4) I am considering becoming a member at another dropship wholesaler like Salehoo to get more more listings to use would any of you or have any of you done it?

Comments would be appreciated.


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I am new also, but I clicked on the link on Salehoo's main page with the link stating salehoo.com/recommends/dhgate.com, I went and looked at the site, nice prices then I looked them up on Google search and everyone is trashing them...Link hidden: Login to view

If this site is supposed to get me started in dropship/wholesale biz, why are they advertising for sites that seem to be obvious scams?

Welcome to the site, and I would suggest that you search the forum for threads on DH Gate, there is quite a lot written about them here. We even have a member, voodoothree, writing about their ongoing purchases through DH Gate.

One of the biggest misconceptions I see in here is peoples perception of what DH Gate actually is. Many think they are the supplier, when in fact they are not!

DH Gate is business directory listing independent suppliers to buyers, they don't supply any product at all. With most of these directory sites, you will find a variety of businesses promoting themselves, the good, the bad and the not so attractive!

It is incumbent on the buyer to research each company that they find through these types of sites, but sites like DH Gate effectively serve the purpose of linking buyers with suppliers.


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Hi,
My name is Sandra, I joined Salehoo last year. My question is, do you have any wholesalers who carry large men nightwear.I'm looking for pj's, loungewear, underwear etc... that are updated in todays new styles.
Thanks
Sandra


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[quote='greatdealhouston']I am new also, but I clicked on the link on Salehoo's main page with the link stating salehoo.com/recommends/dhgate.com, I went and looked at the site, nice prices then I looked them up on Google search and everyone is trashing them...Link hidden: Login to view

If this site is supposed to get me started in dropship/wholesale biz, why are they advertising for sites that seem to be obvious scams?
Welcome to the site, and I would suggest that you search the forum for threads on DH Gate, there is quite a lot written about them here. We even have a member, voodoothree, writing about their ongoing purchases through DH Gate.

One of the biggest misconceptions I see in here is peoples perception of what DH Gate actually is. Many think they are the supplier, when in fact they are not!

DH Gate is business directory listing independent suppliers to buyers, they don't supply any product at all. With most of these directory sites, you will find a variety of businesses promoting themselves, the good, the bad and the not so attractive!

It is incumbent on the buyer to research each company that they find through these types of sites, but sites like DH Gate effectively serve the purpose of linking buyers with suppliers.


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Hi,
My name is Sandra, I joined Salehoo last year. My question is, do you have any wholesalers who carry large men nightwear.I'm looking for pj's, loungewear, underwear etc... that are updated in todays new styles.
Thanks
Sandra


Hi Sandra, and welcome to the site.

You can try searching through the directory to see if there is anything that may suit your requirements, however if you find nothing you can contact Link hidden: Login to view, and they will be happy to see what they can find for you.

You may also want to consider placing an inquiry under our wholesale suppliers forum directory, that way other members may be able to suggest suppliers that they have used or at least are aware of.

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