please help me too find genuine HIGH quality leathers

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mulpuri
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4 Jun 09 02:21:17 pm
hi guys,
please help me too find genuine HIGH quality leathers products like jackets etc

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4 Jun 09 03:27:15 pm
Easy enough go to
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4 Jun 09 03:41:09 pm
Hello,

Not to dis-credit wholesalejoe's advice but Bnfusa is just another middle man dropshipper and you have to purchase a membership fee to use the service. I have used them a few years ago and if you check on ebay it is flooded with their products with very little turnover. You can find a much better wholesaler or even liquidator. Sorry I haven't checked out which companies are good but can look into that for you and post back when I find something.

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4 Jun 09 03:44:33 pm
Are you kidding me? BNF is not the middleman and requires no fee... Please provide proof of this claim because its not true!


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4 Jun 09 04:52:32 pm
Hi Wholesalejoe,

Wasn't trying to be harsh by those words. I joined bnf 3 years ago and I paid a fee to become a member with them. Now they may have changed that but from the last time I checked they did charge membership fees. BNF carries the same products that worldwidemerchandise does as well as a few others out there. I am just basing this on my own experience with this company and if you do go on ebay and try to search all of their products you will see very little sales. I tried selling both bnfusa's and worldwidemerchandise and never did well with either. Now their is no problem in certain cases with being a middle man but there are some that benefit by raising their price to profit from little guy.

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4 Jun 09 06:40:32 pm
I have made a lot of money selling BnF System over the years but NOT on eBay. (They no longer charge a membership). I made a living for 6 years selling their waterless cookware by demonstration parties, made hundreds of dollars selling their jewelry until I found their source then made thousands more. I once sold 50 grandfather clock in 1 month on eBay and was the first one to sell the Lambskin leather jackets on eBay. At first I was getting them for about $10 (purchase 144) each and selling them for $49.95 and made a lot of money...thought I was going to close my computer store. Within 90 days there were over 100 people selling the jackets on eBey and the price eventually dropped to under $15 each. ON TO ANOTHER PRODUCT! BnF System can still be profitable of your own website or on craigslist, bonanzle etc.

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4 Jun 09 10:02:19 pm
Hey cbcdave,

You know you make good points. I remember a few years back that was probably my problem with bnfusa was too many people were selling the same thing and not enough profit. I did purchase a few things from bnf to see for myself but I will have to say they are not the actual source for those goods. They are very much of the middle man getting from another distributor. I would agree that there is still potential to sell on sites other than ebay. And they made the right move to get rid of the memberships because I got ripped off years back from that.

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4 Jun 09 10:11:35 pm
What I like about them...if you examine the warranty or instruction sheets on many of their items you can find the manufacturer and many times buy direct to save even more dollars. That's how I made most of my profits. First test the product through them or companies like them, and them and then go directly to the source.

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4 Jun 09 10:35:15 pm
That's great advice.

I always tell people who ask me how to test out products in the market to try and find a drop shipper for the products of interest. You may not always be able to, and there are other issues involved that you have to take into consideration when trying that.....pricing, service and so on, but it's an option worth looking at if you can!

Another way of looking at it is look for items that aren't drop shipped, let's face it, never going to find a niche product supplied by a drop shipper : )

Too many try and make the drop shipper their supplier, that's pretty much a losing game these days, but using them to test the market with very little outlay, then cutting them out of the loop when you find that market is just really good business sense.


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wholesalejoe
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22 Jun 09 04:10:02 am
Well if BNF is buying from another distributor state side then you guys failed to disclose the vendor info? Isnt the purpose of the forum to help each other?


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27 Jun 09 05:17:05 pm
LOL i love how the the experts scatter when you ask who is the supplier to BNF :)


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28 Jun 09 03:34:24 am
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Have dealt with this dropshipper before-nice items, super fast shipping & excellent customer service-see what you think!

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29 Jun 09 03:58:11 pm
I know Ckb is decent firm and they do buy from BNFUSA as well


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