Liquidation suppliers and what to start with?

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t0psales
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1 Apr 12 09:28:08 am
looking for something thats going to help me acheive financial freedom and not what I currently have, Financial starvation.

Looking at JD and thinking, what would you start with, do these people have sample packs or startup packs?

I could not find anything on their site.

Also thinking, are there any Australian Liquidation Suppliers?

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2 Apr 12 06:30:59 am
Hi T0pSales,

JD Closeouts does not offer start up packs, and based from the Powerseller review "there is no choice in individual items and that some items will have to be discarded from most pallets". She also noted "some very unhappy customers with harsh complaints posted on the Internet about Liquidators in general and JD Closeouts in particular" which I can clearly see from my search so I will have to raise to our team in charge of the supplier directory if this needs reevaluation.

I also tried to search for potential liquidators based in Australia, and none is listed at SaleHoo, so outside of our directory I found Link hidden: Login to view Please use safe payment methods if you decide to buy from this company.

Let us know if you need further help.


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2 Apr 12 06:57:56 am
they seem to be dealing in big numbers, like

Item: Ab Circle Pro.
These have a total quantity of: 100 000 pcs.
The retail price is marked at: $250.99 pc.
The prestige price is an amazing: $42.00 US pc.

I am reading this as being they want you to buy 100,000 at $42 per item

so to me thats $4.2 mill

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2 Apr 12 07:52:14 am
looking for something thats going to help me acheive financial freedom and not what I currently have, Financial starvation.

Looking at JD and thinking, what would you start with, do these people have sample packs or startup packs?

I could not find anything on their site.

Also thinking, are there any Australian Liquidation Suppliers?


Liquidation market works different here in Australia, you won't find companies dealing in surplus stock so much because there is always a lower volume of stock available and most retailers will usually sell it off as specials through their retail arms.

General auction houses are the best places to be looking. That's where you will find liquidated products being off-loaded, insurance scratch and dent sales and so on. If you've got a few general auction houses near by, well worth keeping your eye on what's coming up because you can get amongst some great bargains there.


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3 Apr 12 10:07:36 pm
Morning Marc.

Finaly got a response from JD, they didn't answer any of my questions, just a welcome and about 5 advertising emails since.

they have just sent me a email on kitchen / household electrical goods, big problem there is I am in aust and they more than likely wont work here.

hey approached another wholesaler here in aust asking for datafeed, we have 40'000 items, no we dont supply them, their loss.

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3 Apr 12 10:46:47 pm
JD aren't known for their customer service, but they are a seriously big outfit. Have you tried Mark at Titan Liquidations? Fire him a PM and let him know I sent you, he'll look after you on a load.


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5 Apr 12 12:05:22 am
Quick Response from them, not quite enough cash in my PAyPal account at present, not far short either..

Mark changed his name to Danielle though.

they only accept ACH payments, never heard of them.

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