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How can I compete on very low pricing on eBay


kellyanna87
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3 Jun 08 03:25:44 am
I have been searching all through SaleHoo and the internet, I still can't find lingerie that is cheap enough to sell on eBay. I've even tried posting on manufactures sites from everywhere overseas but still no one is cheap enough. I've also tried contacting big name companies and asking about their overstocks but no one ever gets back to me. How do some sellers on eBay start bids at $0.99, when what I've found I have to pay $4.99 just to get the same item? Please, I need some help on how to get the items really cheap but still get the quality. Any help will be appreciated.

Thanks.


aussiebares
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3 Jun 08 09:46:51 pm
hi kellyanna87
send me a pm on what you are looking for.
cheers
darryl


jd35648
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4 Jun 08 01:39:42 am
I have been searching all through salehoo and the internet, I still can't find lingerie that is cheap enough to sell on ebay. I've even tried posting on manufactures sites from everywhere overseas, but still no one is cheap enough. I've also tried contacing big name companies and asking about their overstock etc but no one ever gets back to me. How do some sellers on ebay start bids at $0.99, when what I've found I have to pay $4.99 just to get the same item? Please, I need some help on how to get the items really cheap but still get the quality. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks.

Perhaps the seller purchases his lots by the pallet at liquidation.com or similar site.OR some liquidation company has their own e-bay stores. I saw a liquidation company the other day listing 5 different e-bay stores where they sold their own products.U cant compete with this. Some e-bayers use the .99 auction as a loss leader.Just like walmart,They sell a few products at way below cost to attract people to their store,where they hope you will buy more expensive products.Its called a loss leader,retail stores have been doing it for years.Go to completed listings and see whats been selling over the last few days (ones in green sold). Base your cost comparison on those figures, not a 99 cent auction. Hope this helps. :D :D


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gulfy13
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7 Jun 08 01:14:42 am
I have been searching all through salehoo and the internet, I still can't find lingerie that is cheap enough to sell on ebay. I've even tried posting on manufactures sites from everywhere overseas, but still no one is cheap enough. I've also tried contacing big name companies and asking about their overstock etc but no one ever gets back to me. How do some sellers on ebay start bids at $0.99, when what I've found I have to pay $4.99 just to get the same item? Please, I need some help on how to get the items really cheap but still get the quality. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks.


Kellyanna, You might want to look into buying a pallet of lingerie from macy's. They only sell top quality stuff. You can order a pallet from Jimmy (salehoo) at his website: Link hidden: Login to view .

This is mainly how most people can sell so cheaply because when buying pallets or larger lots their 'cost per item' is very very low..


aussiebares
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9 Jun 08 10:05:45 pm
hi kellyanna
i sent you a pm did you not get it regarding lingerie, pm me and let me know if you recieved it or not.
cheers
darryl


 

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