Prices seem high?

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lilsellingdiva
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5 Jan 11 03:41:51 am
I have been looking through the directory and it seems that a lot of items are priced very high. It would be a break even or a losing game to sell most of what I have found. I have money to purchase items in bulk but even still finding items that are not knock offs or items priced low that can actually sell is very hard to do.

Anyone have items that are priced low with a decent profit margin?

I'll do wholesale or even dropshipping but somethings gotta give...

Anyone have suggestions tips tricks lol company suggestions?

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richellemonfort
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5 Jan 11 04:37:50 am
Hi lilsellingdiva,

At first glance, yes the prices may seem high or higher than usual especially if you base it on eBay where a lot of wholesalers are now selling directly to the public.

You have to remember that you need to contact the supplier about their prices especially if you are planning on buying in bulk. Take note that most suppliers will based their final unit price on the volume of your order.

Also another thing you might need to do is register on the supplier's site to view their wholesale prices. Most don't require a joining fee just registration.

By the way, what products are you after? Maybe we can help you search for suitable wholesalers and dropshippers.

Hope this helps. Please let us know if we can assist you further :)


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lilsellingdiva
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5 Jan 11 06:01:40 am
Well I currently sell items like

Video Games and accessories, disney dvd's, hummel, lladro, electronics, gymboree clothing, coach, rolex look a likes and such.

These are what I am selling/have sold recently. I honestly don't care what I sell lol as long as it makes me money. The items I currently sell net me a good profit but it's because I get them from yard sales and such. I want a supplier so that I don't have to keep getting out there and doing a search I'd much rather know from whom and what I'm getting so that I can just buy and sell.

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5 Jan 11 09:49:01 pm
I understand perfectly what you mean about getting a supplier for constant and consistent stocks as compared to sourcing products through yard sales.

I would be glad to help find suitable suppliers for the products you mentioned. Be back in a whiles with a list.

By the way, it's not possible to source genuine Coach products wholesale. The only way to legitimately source Coach purses, handbags and other merchandise is to use liquidators, and I’ve provided some more information on how to do that below.

Firstly though, here is what Coach has to say on their website:

*Who is authorized to sell Coach product?
Coach ONLY offers its merchandise for sale through the following methods of distribution: (1) Coach stores, (2) Coach factory stores, (3) Coach catalogues, (4) authorized department stores and their websites, (5) authorized specialty stores and catalogues, (6) limited duty free locations, and (7) on the internet at coach.com. Coach does NOT offer its merchandise for sale through individuals, street vendors, unauthorized retail locations, at house parties, or any website other than www.coach.com or the websites of our select national retail partners. For authorized distributors, see our online Store Locator. In an effort to protect our valuable brand, and ultimately the consumer who is our loyal customer, Coach reserves the right to refuse the sale of Coach products to individuals engaging in reselling or transshipping activities.

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The only way for online sellers to legitimately source Coach products is to use liquidation. Liquidators get closeouts and salvage items directly from some of the top department stores, so they frequently have some top designer brands in their inventory.

One of the best liquidators to try for Coach is Link hidden: Login to view

Do make a thorough check of the inventory before you place a bid though, and inspect the pallet or lot in person if possible.

Another supplier we have in our directory for Coach is Link hidden: Login to view
They can also be good for picking up the odd closeout deal.

Using liquidators is a different ball game to sourcing from wholesalers, as the product can be in a wide variety of conditions. You also need to have a significant amount of money to invest to purchase a pallet.

Talk to you soon!


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5 Jan 11 10:50:34 pm
Here you go lilsellingdiva,

Video Games and accessories - Below are posts/threads with supplier links:

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Also, you might want to read this thread, here are a few good points about selling video games - Link hidden: Login to view

Disney DVD's - You can try the following suppliers:

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If you don't see it in their product list, try contacting them and asking about the particular product you are looking for. Most suppliers are willing to source the products you are interested.

Hummel Link hidden: Login to view and Lladro Link hidden: Login to view - Sorry but we don't seem to have suppliers carry this brand. But below are suppliers carrying similar products, please check them out:

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Electronics - Here are posts with supplier suggestions, please check them out:

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Gymboree clothing -

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For Rolex look-alike's you can try most of any Chinese supplier but I would not recommend sourcing, importing and selling this product. Look-alike's are the same as copies and counterfeit - meaning you could face serious consequences when caught importing/selling them. A few years back a man was caught entering a US airport with 14 Rolex watches (copies from China) which he bough for a few hundred dollars. His fine was to pay the price for each watch as if they were the real deal. Imagine?!

Hope this helps, please let us know how you get on :)


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