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Wholesale liquidation - is it profitable?

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29 Jan 13 02:00:54 pm
Good morning,
In these days been doing some research on the niche market where I sell, I have found many shops (Dropshipper, wholesale stores and liquidators), in a way, I was struck by the liquidators and wholesale, because many sell branded merchandise and not the ad indicate original New Overstock, Shelf Pulls, Customer Returns, Irregulars and many more.

I wonder if anyone could advise me on these types of businesses if they are profitable at least for me I am studying the market.

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Thank you.

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30 Jan 13 01:02:26 am
Hello Tatiana,

There is actually money to be made in wholesale liquidation, you just need to be creative in how you sell all the items you get in your liquidation pallet. Sometimes you are bound to get items you might (initially) think are near impossible to sell like cookware with missing parts or slightly soiled clothing pieces.

More often than not, unit prices are usually lower when sourced through liquidation so you have a good chance to earn good profits for your items

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Hope this helps :)


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