I have been a Salehoo member for over a year now and have spent countless hours researching suppliers, setting up my company, my company's website, etc. People new to Salehoo need to understand that this is not goiing to be a get rich quick scheme. Salehoo does have some good resources and information, but you still have to do some work to find the right supplier for what you are trying to accomplish. Just think what it would be like if you didn't at least have a narrowed down list to research!!!
I also have a few suggestions (if anyone cares :roll: :) ):
1) Set up a real company. I used Link hidden: Login to view
. It will cost you some money up front, but if some idiot decides to sue you... it will be worth the money;
2) Go through the hassle of setting up a merchant account. It's a pain in the butt, and it takes time, but it helps you look legit. And despite eBay's efforts, not everyone in the world has or wants a PayPal account;
3) Set up your own website and spend money on advertising. You are paying large fees to eBay because they are bringing the traffic to you. But remember, they are bringing traffic to everyone else too! Don't get me wrong, I list on eBay too, but I am surprised at how many people buy from our website at retail prices when the same item goes for less on eBay.
I do have a question. I have been watching Mk Enterprise for quite some time. I have also had items in their shopping cart several times, but hesitated. Sounds like ezy2sell has had good experience with them?