Jewelry from liquidation.com - any potential?

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skatepnk316
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19 Jan 09 06:05:56 am
Hi i'm new to this kind of stuff and was browsing around liquidation.com and saw this lot for 6 pieces of jewelry
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does 'MSRP $7944'
mean potential money?
what does msrp stand for
and do you guys think it would be a good lot to purchase?

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singapore101
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19 Jan 09 06:12:04 am
manufacturer suggested retail price.

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skatepnk316
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19 Jan 09 06:16:55 am
oh right thanks XD

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planes
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19 Jan 09 10:28:37 pm
does 'MSRP $7944'
mean potential money?
what does msrp stand for
and do you guys think it would be a good lot to purchase?



This kind of buy scares me. I did some selling for a jeweler and its a pretty precise thing. They look at every piece to determine its value. And it takes some education to get good at it.

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skatepnk316
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19 Jan 09 10:53:27 pm
so since i am new, this probably isnt something i should invest my money in as of now?

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planes
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20 Jan 09 06:35:18 am
Well, your buying blind.
The auctions don't say whether the metal is 18 14 or 24
and there are no measurements of stone size or quality.

I forget the lingo but each stone has a quality number assigned.
as well as a size.

Yes, pass on it unless you are willing to gamble.

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skatepnk316
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20 Jan 09 07:48:55 pm
thanks for the advice as you are the only one replying ;)
i placed a bid on it and i plan to purchase a lot of 6
with shipping each piece comes around $25 and i've searched each piece by itself on ebay and its listed by the same selling selling each piece at around $245 each. maybe i can easily sell for like 100?

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elenasimports
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25 Jan 09 09:39:39 pm
Liquidation.com may be allright if you live in the USA but For myself in Canada, I find them to be a complete ripoff. I recently purchased some watches from them and they charged me $100 for shipping, actual cost $19.95, they charged me $150 for a documentation fee and then UPS nailed me with an extra $147 for a brokerage fee. On top of that one item was not as described, one item was missing and they refused my dispute with them and went ahead and paid the seller.
I will never deal with them again.

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belfast35
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26 Jan 09 01:20:40 pm
I have never bought from liquidation.com because of the outrageous shipping costs.

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