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grboutique
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30 Mar 07 09:42:36 pm
Anybody purchase Plasma tv's on liquidation.com? The seller i want to purchase from is 'onlinereturns'. Any feedback on the product this seller from liquidation.com is greatly appreciated. They sell online Return merchandise. Please if any of you guys purshase from them please let me know. Thank you so much!


bayericlowe
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30 Mar 07 11:11:58 pm
My honest opinion?

You are much better off selling TVs you can find in a Catalog.

I got sent an exclusive Catalog from one of these distributors.


Inside, is most TVs and other electronics at the very low end red-ticket sale style.

The name of my Catalog is: CRUTCHFIELD

Most Catalogs also have an online distribution apparatus, such as CRUTCHFIELD online or JC Penney online

Your catalogs will always be different but its a good idea to get orders from these.

They have all the information already filled in for you, so you can copy it, and sell it wherever and then simply place the order through their helpful automated service.

Also you are talking about entire TVs or HDTVs so what better way, then to go past the middle men and go direct to the source? Who knows, with their reputable past they may even be the source for Walmart...

Anything that is highly expensive should most of the time be catalog ordered and you collect payment up front.


grboutique
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31 Mar 07 01:33:43 am
Thank you bayericlowe! But how much does it cost though? I mean if you resell it to a place like ebay, you wouldn't have much profit. It is the same as dbldistributing.com. I have an account with them but the prices that they are selling their items cannot even compare to what other sellers are selling their item on ebay. Thank you so much for the help... I really appreciate it. Anyone else have thought on this? thank you!


bayericlowe
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31 Mar 07 04:10:44 am
Thank you bayericlowe! But how much does it cost though? I mean if you resell it to a place like ebay, you wouldn't have much profit. It is the same as dbldistributing.com. I have an account with them but the prices that they are selling their items cannot even compare to what other sellers are selling their item on ebay. Thank you so much for the help... I really appreciate it. Anyone else have thought on this? thank you!


Depends on what you are selling, what kind of TV that means, where, and what quantity.

For certain HDTVs or TVs, you can get them at base cost price direct through the wholesale/red ticket catalog.

There's some listed for under $800, you just have to know what you're looking at.

Then you can resell them as long as you have all the information, for next to near their total price on eBay or your own store or Amazon. And you can do it more than once, if you are a member.


grboutique
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31 Mar 07 04:25:37 am
Sounds good bayericlowe...I'll try to list some on ebay or even maybe to my local store and see if it sells good. thanks for your response bayericlowe.....I really appreciate it!


bacpro
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31 Mar 07 02:41:49 pm
I bought from 'online Returns' some Pansonic
cordless phones. The quanity I won was 21 phones.

When I got them they were returns from bestbuy and
out of the 21 phones 3 were sellable the rest were
junk. This was an expensive lesson.

The other day I was bidding on a patatoe peeler. The
quanity was 82 for less than a dollar, but by the time
the auction was over the winning prices ended at
8 dollars each, way too much for the item and this happens
a lot.

Its difficulty to win, sometimes I wonder about the bidding?

I still look but I'm very careful.

Bacpro


J Baca

grboutique
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31 Mar 07 06:33:36 pm
Thanks bacpro! It is a very useful information. But have you tried to bid on their Plasma TV's?

Other salehoo members, Please give us your feedback if you have any on this matter. It will be very helpful for other members as well. Thank you so much for your help! =)


bacpro
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31 Mar 07 09:12:31 pm
NO! Becuase I can get them
from

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For about the same price sometimes less.

Check them out.

Bacpro


J Baca

 

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