Looking for Wholesale sunglasses/handbags to sell on Ebay?

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d0921
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29 Mar 07 12:19:47 am
Yup?! Well so am I. I'm a stay at home mom trying to make some extra income for my family and after days of searching every wholesale and liquidation site on the internet, You will never find anything cheap enough in bulk to make a profit on Ebay, Unless of course you want spend a few thousand and have a pallet dropped at your front door for a phenomenal shipping charge. If by some stroke of luck you do find a good site with reasonably priced items you can cross reference Ebay to see that they are going for less than half that. Looking for wholesale to sell on ebay has been a dead end for me so far. I'm not looking to sell riffraff junk on Ebay and I'm not out to gouge buyers. I would just love to find somewhere to buy Designer sunglasses and handbags (not knockoff's) At decent prices to make even a small profit.

I'm just tired of seeing wholesale/rock bottom/clearance bags from wholesale site's for 699.00 when some sellers on Ebay are selling the same bag for 399.00 Buy-it-now. Where the heck are they getting deals like that?! If anyone has suggestion's I would be much obliged, I'm not asking for your secret source just a point in the right direction. Thanks alot

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bayericlowe
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30 Mar 07 06:04:14 pm
Yup?! Well so am I. I'm a stay at home mom trying to make some extra income for my family and after days of searching every wholesale and liquidation site on the internet, You will never find anything cheap enough in bulk to make a profit on Ebay, Unless of course you want spend a few thousand and have a pallet dropped at your front door for a phenomenal shipping charge. If by some stroke of luck you do find a good site with reasonably priced items you can cross reference Ebay to see that they are going for less than half that. Looking for wholesale to sell on ebay has been a dead end for me so far. I'm not looking to sell riffraff junk on Ebay and I'm not out to gouge buyers. I would just love to find somewhere to buy Designer sunglasses and handbags (not knockoff's) At decent prices to make even a small profit.

I'm just tired of seeing wholesale/rock bottom/clearance bags from wholesale site's for 699.00 when some sellers on Ebay are selling the same bag for 399.00 Buy-it-now. Where the heck are they getting deals like that?! If anyone has suggestion's I would be much obliged, I'm not asking for your secret source just a point in the right direction. Thanks alot


Hi, I would highly suggest to try

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Because in all likelihood, you are going to find what you were looking for there much easier than these other places.

Finding a good, steady legitimate whole sale supplier takes alot of research and work.

A fast tip for starters: Go to the largest search engine you know and search for 'lowest price for vintage sunglasses' or 'arban band sunglasses' or whatever they are called, and see what comes up.

The objective with any of this research, is to find the lowest price for anything period. Once you have found it & determined it is legitimate, then reach out to and establish a connected relationship with the wholesale supplier.

You must speak to them most likely over the phone or email, but get them to talk to you and then start the bargaining phase- ie: I will buy x amount of x product for this x amount, what's a beginning sum all parties can agree to.

And do it until you have x amount or a steady supply of said product.

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berk-llc
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31 Mar 07 08:48:55 pm
You can try Link hidden: Login to view. They have great pricing which products that you can actually make money selling on ebay.

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