need help finding authentic electronics

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30 Jun 09 04:50:51 am
im trying to find a good supplier of new authentic electronics, at great prices, does anyone know of any good website's (suppliers) you have delt with???


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30 Jun 09 09:07:47 am
what kind of eletronics? do you want to buy wholesale, liquidations, or try dropshipping? it might be easier for some1 to assist you if you can clarify a little. also, what country you live in and what market your trying to sell them in would help.
or are you like me and willing to sell anything you can make a profit on?

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30 Jun 09 04:26:48 pm
all types of electronics.... plasma tv's,ps3,xbox,ipod's,wii,dvd players and other electronics that leave a good amount of profit....
i live in the united states, and i would be reselling on ebay
i think i would be buying wholesale.
and im also looking for name brand jewelry as well to resell.
yea im pretty much willing to sell anything i can make good profit on.
i was also wanting to buy whole sale designer handbags like, coach,fendi,D&G,ed hardy,juicy, and so on... but ive read several forums here on salehoo stating that 99.9 percent of website that claim to sell designer handbags 100% authentic are a scam and are not authentic, even if there adverting 100% authentic

any good website's where i can find what im looking for at great deals (authentic)


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30 Jun 09 09:39:48 pm
Wholesale is about your only option to purchase electronics like that if you have a hope of turning profit on ebay, but you are going to have to buy in SERIOUS volume.

Unfortunately, even if you do purchase in serious volume, GOOD will not be the word to use for any profit that you may make. You have two major issues to over come.

1:- Those types of products do not have a massive margin to start with!

2:- You will be forced to sell with your margin cut to the bone to compete against other sellers, and yes....that's taking into consideration bulk wholesale purchasing.

You will be looking at a very large outlay with minimum return on those products with ebay as your marketplace.


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30 Jun 09 09:48:57 pm
WELL DO YOU HAVE AN IDEA OR KNOW BY EXPERIENCE WHAT DOES SELL? AND WHERE I CAN START LOOKING THX 4 YOUR REPLY


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There really is no easy answer to that type of question to be honest. Of course most things will sell, but the equation becomes quite tricky when you have to match all of the criteria that will at least give you a chance at a sale with some sort of margin!

If this was easy, then everyone would be doing it. People spend a long time developing a market, and that includes finding the right product/s, the right supplier, listing the product/s effectively, and so on.........

The products you've suggested are among ebay's hottest selling products, so they will sell for sure. What I am saying is that you will have to invest a large amount and be prepared to sell at small margin to make your money on ebay.

It's all going to come down to your budget, the space you have fro storage, the amount of time you have to dedicate to selling and so on..........

Even if you tick all the boxes you need to, the market can always be volatile, especially in this current economic environment, so finding a sure thing is never easy!

I'm personally a big fan of second hand products. If you can talk a good bargain, you can find all sorts of great deals at weekend markets, yard sales, charity shops and so on.

Your outlay will be inexpensive and you have the chance to make far more margin on these types of products than you do selling a Plasma.

You also have to remember that a lot of people are hurting in the hip pocket and are looking for the best value their dollar can deliver, and selling second hand can offer that.

I only tinker with ebay these days, just as a hobby, but when I find myself at a yard sale or something I'll always keep my eye open for easy money. When I do purchase, I never buy anything that I don't think I can make at least 100% on, and even then I will have to think about it.

Car sound is a big one for me, buyers are always looking for good quality car sound.

Yes, this source does mean far more leg work, but your competition is far less. Remember you're not the only one looking for an online supplier.......the other 3 million sellers are also looking!


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1 Jul 09 04:00:15 pm
ive been searching for about 2 1/2 months now a for an online supplier and cant seem to find the rite one, eaither there to expensive, or replicas.....
and i dont kNow where to look anymore ive bought from those website who give you whole sale list if you pay 9.95 MONTH
but notting.
and i just resently found salehoo about a week ago, salehoo is different from other website ive been to.
theres alot more valuable info here on salehoo that can help you out alot.
and i was hoping to find a good designer handbag supplier.... like coach,fendi,d&G,ed hardy,juice and so on... but a forum on designer bags said 99.9 of ppl who claim to sell those brand authentic wholesale are fake.


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1 Jul 09 08:49:48 pm
Yeah, a lot of people fall for those sites that charge you to see their prices, but it's usually a sham, they make their money from the fee you pay, and then provide you with nothing of much use.

SaleHoo prides itself on not just providing real supply resources, but a strong and reliable source of information through educational material, and of course our open forum.

I would suggest that you look at the liquidation market form things like designer handbags. Those names are rare, even there, but they do come up from time to time.

I personally deal in the market as a supplier, however I have not been able to secure a good load of handbags for some time now. I would suggest you take a look at via trading, I know deal in small lots when available, you may well find something there.

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2 Jul 09 12:14:34 am
i checked out via trading, they have handbags at $20 each that come in lots of 24. it seems to be a mixed lot of brand names and designer bags, which may or may not have what you need, if your looking to sell all kinds of bags then its worth checking out. via trading has a very good rep among these forums, so i would trust that what they say is what you'll get.
if your still intrested in electronics, check out their uniden cordless phones, its something i have considered buying for awhile, but haven't had the money. their customer returns so a certain % will be damaged, depending on what that % is, you could make a decent profit from it. even the cheap ones sell on ebay for about double the price you pay and the high quality ones you could get 3 or 4 times what you paid, their $7.49 each w/ a moq of 120. its been awhile since iv looked into it so i suggest you do some research and ask some more questions if you have any. i feel that you can double your money w/ this or at least come close to it

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