Although it's a good place to win some pretty good stuff for resale, be careful with some of the items that they are selling. I learned the hard way. I have won a few auctions and the one in particular that I experienced bad merchandise is the Panasonic Phone.
My first experience was when I won a group of phones, I paid for them and they were shipped but being my first purchase I was hit with a shipping charge double my winning price. For example, my winning bid was about USD400 for a pallet of mixed Panasonic cordless phones, the pictures looked great, but the shipping was USD360, meaning that this purchase just cost me USD760. Well, being my first time, I accepted the charge, one lesson learned. Then I received the merchandise and it was on a pallet and shrink wrapped so bad that some of the merchandise was falling out when I received it. Some of the stuff were unboxed with missing cords and instructions that were really bad... I ended up dumping most of the merchandise, maybe sold a couple of items that looked decent, but not many.
Second purchase, I saw a group of phones (21), the pictures looked good and I thought I would try one more time. This time I got a shipping quote before I made my bidding, this was OK - 70 bucks for shipping. Received the merchandise & most of the phones were as pictured, but I was shorted 4 phones, received 16 instead of 21.
I called them and called them and called, with no action just talk...
From the 16 phones I received 10 were resalable, all the others were in boxes but worthless...
In conclusion, my advise for anyone new at this to be careful on what you're bidding on, make sure it's in the original package and get a shipping quote before you start bidding.
One more item I saw before I go, I saw a group (40) of jewelry boxes hand made in India, the winning bid was 300, but guess what the shipping USD360!
Just thought I would share this with you folks.
PS: I'm not saying this is a bad place, I'm just saying to be careful. Auction pictures are sometimes deceiving, sometimes the bidding goes way beyond what the merchandise is really worth.