Looking for Wholesale or Liquidated Books

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17 Mar 09 09:35:36 pm
Hey Guys,

I am looking for either wholesale or liquidated on any type of books. Any suggestions?


Thanks, Don

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17 Mar 09 10:21:43 pm
Unusual request.

What sort of books don?


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17 Mar 09 11:45:08 pm
Unusual request.

What sort of books don?


Hey,

Well I am trying to buy variety of non fiction or fictional books in bulk. I would like to find a supplier that I can build a relationship with and then later find some niche markets with books. So basically I am seeking a supplier that sells books in bulk orders.

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Don

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18 Mar 09 12:28:16 am
I'm not actually permitted to promote my products here till registration is complete, not that I have any books anyway mate, but I do have some contacts, and I'll ask around to see if I can dig up a lead for you at least.


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18 Mar 09 01:18:50 am
I'm not actually permitted to promote my products here till registration is complete, not that I have any books anyway mate, but I do have some contacts, and I'll ask around to see if I can dig up a lead for you at least.



Thanks a lot I really appreciate the help.

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18 Mar 09 04:35:08 am
Hey Guys,

I am looking for either wholesale or liquidated on any type of books. Any suggestions?


Thanks, Don


Here is a trick that no one seems to ever follow.

After hours go around to the back of a book store. Preferably a big chain store like Barnes. Go to their cardboard dumpster and get the names of their suppliers off the labels of their boxes. If anyone questions you tell them you are taking cardboard. Not that your doing anything wrong but its a quick answer.

Some places blakc out the labels with markers but if you cut out the labels and bring them home you can a lot of the times make out the name. Sometimes its a distributor name which will work too.

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18 Mar 09 04:45:23 am
I actually had a friend email the contact details of an Australian giftware suppler the other day.

They had spent 20 minutes trying to find out from management where they sourced their products, as they do a small distribution thing for school fates........

After hitting a brick wall, he turned one of the items over to look for a code he could do a Google search on, and actually found the suppliers sticker (web address) included underneath....lol

Thanked the manager for his help and walked out :)


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18 Mar 09 04:45:52 am

Here is a trick that no one seems to ever follow.

After hours go around to the back of a book store. Preferably a big chain store like Barnes. Go to their cardboard dumpster and get the names of their suppliers off the labels of their boxes. If anyone questions you tell them you are taking cardboard. Not that your doing anything wrong but its a quick answer.

Some places blakc out the labels with markers but if you cut out the labels and bring them home you can a lot of the times make out the name. Sometimes its a distributor name which will work too.



Hmm that sounds like a decent Idea I will have to try that. Yeah I am aware that selling books at low prices can be hard because there are many on half,amazon,ebay that are selling at ridiculous prices like .50 cents so I need to source suppliers that are looking to sell at very low prices. Thanks for the tips.


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21 Apr 09 06:38:40 am
you need to find book stores going out of business.


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