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Has anyone dealt with www.liquidation.com?


decp1234
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24 Aug 06 02:11:04 am
Has anyone used Link hidden: Login to view? It is an auction site, but there really seems to be some great deals everyday. I was just wondering if anyone has had any experience with it. Thanks.


mslilly
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24 Aug 06 03:10:10 am
I haven't ever purchased there, but I know some people who have. I think I've seen post about it here also?

They do have some great deals, but I can never win!


direct-consumer
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24 Aug 06 03:10:30 am
I've used them a couple times and have found some descent deals. Just make sure you calculate shipping costs for the auction, sometimes their prices are high on shipping. Also watch out for the buyers' premium.

Have you purchased from DHgate? Some of their prices are very close to liquidation.com.


mana2006
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24 Aug 06 03:52:23 pm
I have bought from this website a few times for personal items and business. SOme of the products are refurbished. Make sure your know what you are buying and any additional fees associated with the transaction. Happy bidding.


decp1234
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24 Aug 06 05:48:29 pm
Thanks for all fo the info everyone. I notice they have new, salvage, etc. so at least the items are identified of there condition. Thanks again.


auctionman4117
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I watch liquidation.com daily. I'm trying to work my acct balance up to the point I can purchase from them. There seems to be a great deal of potential there but as the previous replies state in short- YOU MUST DO YOUR RESEARCH!!! Always get a shipping quote and factor that in when considering price versus income potential. Always look for a manifest if the lot has one, many of these manifests will tell you for example, how many of each different model #'s and items, and, (if they are returns, refurbished, or salvage) how many of those still work as this will also affect your profit margin because, for example, it will be very hard to sell an item that does not turn on. I always do a completed listings search to see how well those items do on ebay. Always scroll down and look at the 'more photos' link. These pics will help in the purchase decision by giving you actual 'eyes on' data for you to consider. They will also help determine the risk factor involved, are the pics all stock photos from the manufacturer or are they actual pics of the merchandise itself? Also remember there are 'auction snipers' there too, so when looking at the current price, make sure to see how much longer the auction has, because if it looks like a 'too good to be true' deal, chances are it is and there are 3 to 4 bidders waiting for the last few minutes, just as we would on ebay.

These are just a few things I've begun to practice in preperation for when I do reach a capital level high enough to purchase from there. Hope Ive contributed more than detracted.


hi5
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2 Sep 06 08:56:24 pm
I have used them and I am very happy.... made a 400% profit on my purchase!

But you do need to really do your due diligence before bidding, watch shipping price, customs if applicable, and of course average resell price of the product you are buying.


audiotrevis071382
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I watch them......make sure you read all the details so you're not getting refurbs, or broken stuff.


j4paver
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8 Sep 06 04:12:45 am
I've used them a couple times and have found some descent deals. Just make sure you calculate shipping costs for the auction, sometimes their prices are high on shipping. Also watchout for the buyers premium.

Have you purchased from dhgate.com? Some of their prices are very close to dhgate.com.[/color]


Yea go to DHgate where you will find lots of fake items to resell on eBay and possibly have your eBay account cancelled!


 

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