Good wholesaler, China sites and dropshippers wanted

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24 Oct 07 09:52:22 pm
I have sold some items on EBay. It has been a learning experience. I appreciate the information obtained from this site on alternative auction sites. I have checked out several wholesalers, dropshippers and China sites. It is confusing. Can anyone give me a recommendations for a good wholesaler, China sites (getting mixed messages on reputable ones) and dropshipper? (Ones that do not charge over the top fees)

One other question is about custom fees when purchasing from China. How do I find out how much it will be? . Hesitant to buy from china.

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25 Oct 07 03:16:00 am
You could try Link hidden: Login to view. We have great pricing, with free dropshipping.

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25 Oct 07 06:10:40 am
Hi laser63,
I don't know anything much about but decided to check out their shipping estimates to New Zealand and got the shock of my life, I just had to make a comment on it. The shipping cost for 50 hair straighteners is a whopping $US1590.00 that is just absolutely crazy, it's probably much more realistic for you.

Berk LLC I have also checked out your website and wish I could find a company with a range of products like yours who will ship to New Zealand at a reasonable cost.Maybe you know someone trustworthy!!

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28 Oct 07 02:17:01 am
as for custom fees,i think you do not need to worry,only you purchase brand name prodcuts then you may be requested to pay for the custom.some good delivery company have the ability to pass through the custom.DHL and UPS is not a good choice to send brand name could require the seller use EMS which is a little slower and cheaper.

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29 Oct 07 12:38:43 am
I'm new here but it seems to me that if you're selling goods at 'wholesale' prices to retail customers, that makes them retail prices.

It's not the first wholesale supplier I've seen here at SaleHoo that also retails. Shouldn't these at best be listed as affiliate programs and not wholesale suppliers?


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