Serious Aussie buyers wanted for teaming up to buy in bulk!

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jenmat
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21 Aug 06 12:44:40 am
Hi Everyone,

As you would all be experiencing the same thing and that is to get a great price on anything to be able to make a decent profit on ebay or websites you need to buy items in bulk with pretty high minimum order quantities. :idea:

My suggestion is we make an alliance and all those interested and willing to commit and put their money where their mouth is and we place a large order with Sony for example for the upcoming release of Playstation 3, or any other products we want to combine in and we all then reap the rewards. We can all sell on ebay and make some good money instead of wasting our time trying to find suppliers with small moq. The idea is not limited obviously to Sony it can be anything that a group of us is into or would like to sell, eg: Billabong, Osh Kosh, Nintendo, etc.

There are enough people in Australia wanting to buy off us all so it is not a matter of underselling each other as we would all have to agree on a minimum sale price, you can sell it for whatever you want thereafter.

Let me know your thoughts. Looking forward to hearing from you all!

Jenmat1973 :D :idea: :idea:

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21 Aug 06 12:02:30 pm
How many people would be a good number?

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21 Aug 06 08:49:13 pm
I am joining in TEAM AUSSIE

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21 Aug 06 09:36:02 pm
I am open for suggestions! It will depend on what products people want? And what the minimum order quantities are for those products. We would then have to work out what quantity each of us are willing to take. I believe to make a start on this we need to agree on some items we are interested in, then I can contact the manufacturer and find out what their moq is and we can go from there. We can re-advertise on the forum for people wanting to join together for that item and see how many we get.

What are your thoughts?

Jenmat :D

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22 Aug 06 08:52:48 am
Hey,

I am in Perth, Western Australia. What type of products where you looking at and what moq range would we be in?

Regards,

Adam

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23 Aug 06 12:45:53 am
Hi,
Thanks for your interest. Name a product you are interested in, I will open a forum for that product, we will see how many numbers we can get, then I shall contact the manufacturer direct and we can go from there.

Regards,
Jenmat

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23 Aug 06 10:26:47 am
Hi guys

I am interested, and I am willing to try a few different things. I mainly want to deal with electronics, as my friend wants to start selling game consoles and games.

I myself don't mind branching out and trying a few different things. Let me know what you guys want, and I'll see what I can order in addition.

Also if you need a few potential contacts if this goes ahead, let me know. I have accumalated a list of companies during my research.

And its good to see another person from Perth here Adam.

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23 Aug 06 02:54:45 pm
I am in Melbourne and also very interested. Unfortunately these days companies have a large minimum order to get any good prices and I don't have lots of $$$$ to do this as yet.

Let me know what products you are thinking of as I am open to all suggestions.

liz

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25 Aug 06 05:45:24 am
Hi guys,

I'm glad to see so many Ozs here. I'm Geoffrey and i'm from Perth as well. I am interested in selling ipods (especially ipod nanos). I found a few companies online which have quite good feedback from their customers.

Jenmat, opening a forum for this will be brilliant where we can estimate how much stock we can get and we can do things easier as we are all in the same country! =)

If anyone of you need more personal info from me, please do not hesitate to PM me.

Regards,
Geoffrey

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19 Sep 06 04:19:23 am
Hi Jenmat!!

I'd be interested in designer clothing and accessories, pretty much open to anything!! Please include me in your forum!!

I'm in Melbourne.

Thanks

Belinda

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Count me it.

I'm Julian from Adelaide.

I guess the ultimate test is what buy price Harvey (Norman) gets his stuff for and how much his electricity bill is!!

We could trade with the lights off but would we get a seriously good buy price?? ($ agreements between retailers/suppliers would be sensitive and water tight) However the only way to know is if we do the exercise.

Another option may be if the manufacturers/suppliers won't talk to us then maybe the retailers will (they work off volume bonuses aswell). My Cousins best mate runs a Good Guys store locally. I wonder what his reaction would be is we ordered X thousand PS3's from him, for instance. From Adelaide Suburbia he was never going to sell to the Perth market anyway!!

Product has to be cost effective to ship and suit a huge target market....yes..... im talking about Nintendo DS / PSP's / 360 / PS3.

IMHO we should stay away from clothes and anything where peoples taste and size comes into it (limited market). Lets give the kids, or should I say parents, what they want......cheap gaming consoles.

Interested in TEAM AUSSIES collective thoughts. Financiers welcome to pledge $ by PM.

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Count me it.

I'm Julian from Adelaide.

I guess the ultimate test is what buy price Harvey (Norman) gets his stuff for and how much his electricity bill is!!

We could trade with the lights off but would we get a seriously good buy price?? ($ agreements between retailers/suppliers would be sensitive and water tight) However the only way to know is if we do the exercise.

Another option may be if the manufacturers/suppliers won't talk to us then maybe the retailers will (they work off volume bonuses aswell). My Cousins best mate runs a Good Guys store locally. I wonder what his reaction would be is we ordered X thousand PS3's from him, for instance. From Adelaide Suburbia he was never going to sell to the Perth market anyway!!

Product has to be cost effective to ship and suit a huge target market....yes..... im talking about Nintendo DS / PSP's / 360 / PS3.

IMHO we should stay away from clothes and anything where peoples taste and size comes into it (limited market). Lets give the kids, or should I say parents, what they want......cheap gaming consoles.

Interested in TEAM AUSSIES collective thoughts. Financiers welcome to pledge $ by PM.

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hi i am from victoria, and would be interested in purchasing some ipods or even ps3s but only starting out so would only want a small order but i think its a great idea if we all put in for the order making it a bulk order for the seller its gonna be a real winner for all of us.

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22 Sep 06 05:39:31 am
hi im also in melbourne and would be interested in somethignlike this if we were doing thinkgs like ps3 / psp / wii or even other decent selling electronics like ipods. however like most other people i am still tryingto start out and would not want many at a time to begin with.

if you do decide to go ahead with this please let me know in private message if im able to join you. :)

zears

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count me in im from syd, always looking for cheaper supplies.

electronics mostly

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3 Oct 06 03:56:13 pm
if anything pops up for a good group buy, let me know plz.

-fred

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7 Oct 06 08:16:30 pm
Hi,

Im from Sydney. Count me in.

anonymous
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8 Oct 06 02:39:52 pm
Im from the United Kingdom but i will put money into this idea?....

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Hi

I'm from New Zealand - but I'm just over the ditch! lol. I'd be interested in something like this. Especially pre-ordering ps3s... how should we go about it?

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11 Oct 06 03:24:44 am
Hi there,

I'm from Sydney and, like a number of others, am just starting out. However, I would very much like to be kept in the loop on this one. I'm looking at Consumer Electronics like ipod, PSP etc as well.

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12 Oct 06 12:45:02 am
this sounds like a good idea. count me in.

I'm trying to find 2nd gen ipods.

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Hi All, im a newbie to salehoo. My name is Christine and I am from Perth. The idea of getting everyone together sounds good. I've been selling casually on ebay for over a year and Im finally just starting up and turning it into a proper business. I was looking into mainly selling mobile phones, xbox, playstation..anything electronic really. Also designer clothes. But if any other good suggestions come up let me know! :D Its good to see that there are quite a few aussies using salehoo!

Christine :)

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19 Oct 06 02:43:07 am
Hi there,I am in Perth Australia, i would be interested in ipods/xbox 360/psp etc. Let me know whats going on, count me in too...

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19 Oct 06 11:42:05 am
Hi Im from New Zealand, just next to aussie. I am interested in mp4 players (2.0 inch), designer fragrances, and jewellery. count me in cheers

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20 Oct 06 05:02:11 am
Hi ppl! im also from australia perth! i think the ppl from perth should have a gathering n exchange some real time information. =) u know, help one another out =) n can exchange listing thru different webpages since we are all in perth n ths shipping rates will be the same.. =))
it is like putting lots of small chains together n function as a bigger business. =))

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any advancements with this project?

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HI, Im in Sydney & would love to join in, Ive been after a dvd supplier but always willing to try something new.. :lol:

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28 Oct 06 08:03:18 am
Hi,

i found a supplier that can get phones and ipods. i bought a 4gb 2nd gen ipod for $230. If anyone is still interested in doing this Aussie thing, reply in this thread and i'll get in contact with him again


edit: That price is in AU dollars

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Hi.im not from australia but i would like to take place on what you do.Im interested in xbox360,mobile phones .But the hit is PS 3.
Im from England.So i will need it to be 3 pin plug and 240V.If you dont have a problem with me joining you then email at Link hidden: Login to view or post the outcome.Many thanks
George

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Hi. I am from US. Pleae count me in. my email Link hidden: Login to view

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From Perth im in

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Hi guys,
This is a grate idea. Pls join me in. I'm from Gold Coast and interested in designer clothes but I'm also open to any idea.

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21 Nov 06 05:13:15 pm
Hey I'm not too far away, I'm from Singapore. Interested in consumer electronics and consoles. Do update me on the group buys and stuff. Link hidden: Login to view

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22 Nov 06 01:01:05 am
Count me in, consumer electronics, mainly gaming consoles and accesories!
I run a bussiness called Gamers Paradise and i am always keen to get cheaper supplies

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22 Nov 06 02:18:55 pm
Hi All,

I know i am extremely late in the piece but i am in Perth too, I am after high quality R/C cars bothe nitro and electric. I am also after a good supply of childrens quality brands and quality surfwear lines (especially for children???)

Cheers,
Adrian

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Hi all,
I'm from the US. I just became a member today while looking for the Ninteno Wii console. I'm also interested in the new Elmo TMX doll that rolls on the floor and laughs, or any other upcoming gaming consoles. Because I'm just starting out, I would only be able to buy a few of the decided item (2 or 3). Anyway, please count me in! I love this forum already! Straight to the point and very informative! Thanks. :D

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25 Nov 06 01:20:50 am
Hi all! I'm from Sydney and still new to this. Please count me in. I'm interested in selling lingeries and accessories.

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25 Nov 06 06:44:32 am
Hi, I am Sydneysider. Pls count me in. I am after Aussie designers brand such as TSUBI, SASSBIDE, ALANNAH HILL, BETTINA LIANO, MIMCO, BONDS etc etc. Anyone know where to get those items at wholesale price please? Those are the hottest items of all time on eBay, i believe. Any information at all about these brands please PM me. Thanks.

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14 Dec 06 06:06:11 am
I think this sounds like a great idea. I would be interested in gaming systems like Xbox 360, Playstation 3.
I am from the Gold Coast Queensland.

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19 Dec 06 05:09:24 am
Hi, if this is still going count me in, I am in Brisbane area Queensland

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19 Dec 06 11:56:09 am
count me in.

first melbourion????? maybe hehee

well im in.

mob phones, tom tom nav systems and RC Toys for now.

cheers

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21 Dec 06 03:04:18 am
Ok I just got one Question....

Ok so if all this goes ahead ...& you live in Perth how does everyone else get their gear?? & do we have to pay additional freight/postage costs?

& how will you work out who can have what when everyone is puting different amounts of money in......to me I can't see it working unless you have a better structure. ...

ok Like lets see for example; anyone interested has to

1) has to put say $ 5K in
2) person organising it making calls etc pays 5% less to cover costs etc
3) then a courrier will need to be sought after to deliver to various addresses around the country.
4) there would have to be something legal written up to protect everyone else.


Otherwise I would be interested.

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29 Dec 06 09:26:15 pm
Anyone else interested in iPods. I can get them for $230AUD for 4gb 2nd GEN. The guy i get them from is legit too. I want to try and get a group of 10 or so people so i can order 100 units and the price will probably go down too.
If there are any interested people msg me or reply in this thread. Just tell me how much your planning to order. When i get a total of 100 units then i'll ask for 50% (just to show you are serious), then i'll order them and when they come in, pay the other 50% and i'll ship them to you or i can drop them off in person.
Anyone interested. Payment can be made with paypal

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Hi,

I would very much like to be considered as I live in the Channel Islands and we have a very limited market with most shops charging extortinate prices for everything and I do know that I could sell alot of high quality items here.

Looking to start with clothing, surfing attire would go like there was no tomorrow here and maybe branch into electronice, a lot of gamers here.

I look forward to hearing from you guys.

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hi

Interesting idea am in Melbourne and would be happy to be involved please keep us posted. Would be interested in the PS3 and iPods

Beck

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Hi,

I'm in Melbourne and on a shoe string budget (meaning that I'm trying to start a part time ebay selling business to supplement my carers' pension out of the money I receive as a pension - and yes, Centrelink says it's OK and has given me a nice bunch of bureaucratic forms to fill out so that it's all legit and above board.....)

I'm interested in selling ipods to begin with, basically because I've been tracking ipod sales on ebay and there just seems to be plenty of ipod demand to go around (always way more bidders than ipods and plenty of people searching for them), but I'm open to suggestions as long as we could establish it as a hot item.

I'm also interested in selling digital photo frames, which have only just arrived in Dick Smith in the past week at $299 retail. Maybe there is some scope here, and I think an Aussie ebayer could certainly ride on Dick Smith's advertising coat tails once he starts promoting them a bit more. But they're also pricey unless you are buying in bulk..... (although there is definitely a lot of price variance out there - some models are nicer/uglier than others, however). I've been thinking of ordering at least one sample item and if I like what I see, ordering another and trying to sell it, if successful, then buy 2, gradually increasing my stock levels and so on.

Anyway, I am potentially interested in opting into an Aussie buying cooperative if it is still going. My order would be pretty minimal to start with, as at the moment even a few hundred dollars is a stretch for me, but if I somehow manage to build up a bit of profit from each sale, then eventually I'll have money to buy bigger lots with more profit (at least that's my theory, anyway...)

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Any updates on this?

Please let me know!

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No updates yet. Still chasing the elusive ipod; however, I'm also looking into ipod voice recorders, and have been getting a couple of dozen Chinese companies replying about it - some good prices, but not genuine ipods or ipod voice recorders.

Will post when something happens.

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8 Mar 07 01:25:30 pm
Hi there,

I am from Adelaide. This idea sounds like it has potential. I am interested in electronics such as iPods, mobile phones, laptops, game consoles (I heard they can be difficult to import due to import rights breaches though).

I can put in a good amount of money.

Please let me know when something eventuates from all this...

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I'm also in Melbourne and interested.

I don't have a lot of money yet - more than about 5 ipods at any one time, for instance, would send me broke at this stage (unless I could bring the cost per unit down below what is currently on offer). I'd be happy to stretch my credit card a little more than that if it was an electronics item that was a really hot item and I knew that it would sell its socks off and I wouldn't be left with 20 expensive items I couldn't sell.....

But basically I have to build up gradually (like most other newbie sellers here probably), and if we could get enough sellers together to corner the ebay market maybe all of us little guys in the same situation could do that.

Count me in, depending upon how many units I'd have to order (because my credit card has a limit, too!!!)

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26 Mar 07 09:21:26 am
Im in Perth Region and would like to deal with surf clothing Brands such as Billabong Quiksilver Rusty Ect.

If i could join with someone or anyone has any info.

Thanks

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Hi There everyone. I am in a small Central QLD Town called Springsure and I am interested in buying any clothing for less then what I do now. Let me know if anyone has any ideas
Tracey

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I've got another potential idea for group buying amongst cash strapped Aussie sellers - Harry Potter!!!

The new Harry Potter novel is completed and will be released soon - not sure when, but Dymock's is already taking pre-orders for it. Now when the last novel came out, The Warehouse took preorders and I took a chance on buying my copy from there because their stuff is usually cheap, and it really paid off. They were WAY cheaper than all the major bookstores, and they don't have anything like the buying power of Dymocks, Readings, Borders and the like. This got me thinking - why couldn't we do the same? We could settle on a minimum price, and we wouldn't be really selling against each other because new Harry Potter books are a bit like ipods - everyone wants one. We could do a large group buy from the publishers - maybe there wouldn't be quite the same markup as a Playstation, but it's the chance for volume selling would be there if we were offering it the moment it came out on release day.

What does everybody else think?

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i think you could be rigt on the harry potter idea, heaps of people should buy it, would they think to check on ebay,that is a good idea though, or anything else thats new to come out and is going to have a strong demand for i cant think of anything at the moment.

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27 Mar 07 01:11:27 pm
Ooooh, I'm getting more daring!

In a flash of inspiration I visited Bloomsbury Publishing's site, got the details of their Australian representative and dashed off an email to their marketing department.

I don't know what I have to do to get approved as a trade buyer, but I flashed my ABN, which should get my leg in the door, and I'll just have to cross my fingers and hope that I don't have to give any more than one trade reference (because I've only made an official B2B transaction with one company that would be recognised so far). I've got to start somewhere!

If I get access to the catalogue, I will let you all know what the dealer price is for this book and what sort of quantities etc.

It also occurs to me that if people aren't necessarily looking on ebay for Harry Potter, they will most certainly look on Google for it, and I've noticed that for certain search terms, ebay auctions and stores seem to get to the top of the search list (and not just the paid sponsored bits at the top, either). That says to me that there must be some way of maximising the way the HTML is set up so that you get pretty much near the top of the list.

There must also be other low cost ways of advertising that you've got Harry Potter for sale. So maybe the challenge would be to get the ebay auction message somewhere where people will be looking for Harry Potter. A lot will be riding on the catalogue price. If the dealer price is enough lower than the huge retail price, then there would be a lot of parents who don't have that sort of cash around with kids pestering them for Harry Potter that would jump at the chance of a decent price reduction.

There's about 3 and a half months to sort out some way of getting the message out without running into costly overheads. Could work theoretically. In practice? - will try and see. If anyone is interested, I will post more info as it becomes available to me.

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Hi there,

I am from Adelaide (this is my first post) and I am trying to find products to sell effectively on ebay as I have been searching high and low for products with a decent margin and that someone else isn't selling at $.99 (how do they make any profit????)

Anyway I would be in on some of these ideas - particularly like Harry Potter idea, but also kids designer clothes (Osh Kosh, Fred Bare etc) or Cosmetics stuff (Clarins, Clinique etc), but really am open to anything

Sounds like a great option

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30 Mar 07 03:36:55 am
I'd help out too. I'm from Melbourne. Let me know any details and I'll see how I go?

just PM me with more info, that would be great.

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be looking for Harry Potter. A lot will be riding on the catalogue price. If the dealer price is enough lower than the huge retail price, then there would be a lot of parents who don't have that sort of cash around with kids pestering them for Harry Potter that would jump at the chance of a decent price reduction.

There's about 3 and a half months to sort out some way of getting the message out without running into costly overheads. Could work theoretically. In practice? - will try and see. If anyone is interested, I will post more info as it becomes available to me.


Interesting Maballas. How do you get an ABN exactly I am very curious.....

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This is the online link to all the Australian Taxation Office's info about applying for an ABN:

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Actually, that seems to be the easy part. The hard part for a start up business is convincing an Australian wholesaler to do business with you. Most expect you to not only have trade references in general, but 2-3 references from trade accounts that you already have set up with Australian businesses.

I'm having trouble with the Harry Potter idea because I have to convince the publishers that I am a legitimate bookseller. Being a legitimate bookseller is defined by them as already having a business relationship with an Australian book publisher. Notice how this makes it difficult for a start up business: you are not a bookseller until a publisher accepts you to have an account with them. But if all of them have the same requirement, and you are a brand new business that has never dealt with book selling before, then you are not, by definition, a bookseller, and never will be a bookseller (because no-one is going to give you a go unless you already have an established account with one of their rivals). And they wonder why people import......

I'm going to try Random House - they do take into account the fact that start up businesses may not have this requirement yet. That would then give me an account which I could use as a trade reference for the other publishers. However, the first order needs to be $500. I don't mind that sort of order once I've worked out what sells and what doesn't, but I don't really want to be left with $500 worth of books that no-one will buy from me at the beginning of my business.

DVD distributors are the same in Australia. But I think they don't require your trade references to necessarily be in the same business or the same country.

So I've basically got to go around all Australian book publishers and try to find one that will let me in - then all the others will let me in also. If I can achieve this by July, I might have some sort of hope of buying Harry Potter. It's like some sort of peverse exclusive club.

I've only just started making my first few orders of stock, and from overseas firms. Only one would be considered a legitimate trade reference - the others are auctions I got lucky with. It's making life difficult. And this is despite the fact that I've got my ABN and the government regards me as a legit business for taxation purposes.

Yet when I talk to Chinese manufacturers with regard to other goods, they practically bend over backwards. Even many US companies have no qualms in dealing with me.

I do think Australian suppliers make life difficult for start up businesses unnecessarily. I'd be interested to hear if any other Aussies here have had the same experience.

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Happy Feet is another relatively low cost investment (well, relative to ipods, anyway!) - it's coming out later this month. But it means getting an account with Village Roadshow. They're sending me out an application, so I'll have to see what happens. I do believe this could be a best seller. However, I've heard (although I don't know it first hand) that there is not much markup on DVDs, so there may be a fair amount of volume selling needed to make up the profit.

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HI
Sounds like a great idea. I was just wondering and sorry if I missed it , but how do we all get our goods. Will a company like Sony do a bulk order then break it up for shipment or would it all arrive to one location to be broken up and reshipped?

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I'm from Toowoomba QLD. I'm in, although I don't have much cash, as I'm just starting out. For me things like ps3 are to expensive yet. If anyone knows any americans who are willing to get region 4 dvd's and act as a drop shipper for us, that would be excellent.

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Just be a bit wary where DVDs are concerned. There are a lot of Asian bootlegs out there (worldwide, I mean - not USA specifically - even in Aus).

If you've got an ABN you could get onto the Village Roadshow web site and post a request about becoming a customer (that's what I did, although I haven't completed the application yet). They don't have a specific part of the site - just put it in the contact us part. State that you are interested in becoming a trade customer. They will email you back, ask for your address and then send you out an application.

I suggest Village Roadshow as a good starting point because they take into consideration that you're a start up business and may not have any other established business relationships yet. Most of the Aussie suppliers (not just in DVDs) won't deal with you unless you already have established business ties with at least two other companies in that industry. That's the wall that I've come up against - and why I'm now getting jewellery and other stuff from the US. But if you get Village Roadshow, then you've got at least one under your belt, and then the trick is to go to other distributors' sites and put out inquiries. If you then manage to get one that only requires one industry reference, then join that and you'll have two. And from there it will be plain sailing.

But be aware that wholesale prices for DVDs are only a fraction below retail (according to most DVD sellers I know), so you have to factor in things like ebay listing fees, final selling fees and so forth to ensure that you're going to make a profit with this item.

Keep your eyes open for ridiculously low priced hot sellers in the retail sector. I've managed to pick up a few and turn a profit that way, even though that won't get you a constant product line.

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hi im from w.a. and would be interested in this too, but am just starting out and would only want a small order to begin with, and would be open to anything. Please let me know if I can join.

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Hi Aussies

I am from Brisbane and am a new member. I operate a successful lighting business here and am looking to expand into different areas over the net. Has anything been done about this co-op yet? Please reply or send me an e-mail with any ideas if you are serious. Link hidden: Login to view

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Don't bother using iPod in the title though as its just an MP3 player, not actual iPods. They are packaged with the same attributes as apple iPods though, so there would be few complaints.


You could sell these continually in the apple iPod 'Other MP3 Players' category without complaint.

Additionally you could sell them on your own store front page and accept Bidpay which is easier and free for a payment option.
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You have to strategize what you are going to sell. For me at times, profit could be anywhere from $5 to $15 to $150 depending on how good the niche or product is at the time.

But, I do not concern myself so much over the details for business.

I look at what OTHER companies do 'WRONG' (which I believe to be mountainous) and strive to do the exact opposite.

Most companies for instance, have barely average customer service and below par customer skills alltogether and leave countless people scorned with only a care for their bottom line.


This goes for many Chinese companies too or Chinese brokers/distributors!!

Then of course there's the countless UK Companies which constantly rip people off.


So, rather than worry about having 4389 next to our name in 'feedback' we set ourselves apart from the pack by highly attentive service.


We treat EVERY consumer just like we would treat ourselves regardless of what % is 'made'.


Some sales may not make ANY profit, but in fact we speed those out the door anyway. Just in order to get a good response from the customer, and increase our feedback score.


We do literally anything to just simply tailor the needs & results to the customer and give them wonderful service regardless of how it turns out.


As other companies do not do, we also offer refunds - PERIOD - if there is any kind of issue within 7-8 days of transaction end time.

In the end that's long term staying power as true service is very difficult to come by in this world and especially detailed service.


And then as far as closeout costs go, we keep the overhead to be as low as physically possible by not adding any of the many extra features to our listings that are not needed.

Bold, Underline, Highlighter, all of which are not needed for Bidville or eBay.

With excellent descriptions or content, we then send hundreds of people to our store pages on automatic through traffic generating exchanges and other key areas. This becomes the main (and underlying reason) why nearly every single one of our products always sells on the first try.


Then, we add Bidpay as a payment option to everything. This shall start being the norm for ALL 'popular' products featured on our storefront too. Bidpay takes ANY credit card, is a MUCH better source than Paypal & can work in addition to/instead OF the hassle of them.

And believe it or choose not to, the truth is the more payment options you offer someone to purchase the more sales you make.


One of those hidden techniques they teach but never seem to want to give away is, variety + content= SALES divided by POPULARITY

Where popularity will never mean what your level of reputation is or how many things you have sold, but rather how much TRAFFIC you send.

Automated traffic is the most vital & possibly most untold key to generating as much income as you want from any business.(Bar None)


Unfortunately many beaurocracies make it a un-needed burden, by requiring you to sign up for all sorts of 'TAX ID' forms and other.

I recommend NOT doing that, UNLESS you buy in large pallets, and will be doing so for some time because it will become a LARGE COST to get lisences where you are seen as a startup.

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Other thing I wanted to mention is the 'QUALITY' of products.


One thing you can really do to set yourself apart, is go after products that are of 'EXCEPTIONAL' quality and are not like wholesalejoe's line of disposable glasses.


Research everything about the product, test it out yourself and know your supplier like you know yourself for any questions.


If its truly a good product, it will pass your high standards of quality and be that good.

If it is NOT, you will not even want to sell it!


Even if it is 'GENUINE' for instance....If its 'TRULY' a duplex Rolex watch or so and is genuine, but is just above average you should STILL not want to sell it.


After all would you yourself buy such a product? Probably not and that's why Rolex has lost alot of money.


On the other hand, if it seems exceptional but is using someone else's name such as Gucci or Rolex then you still wouldn't want to sell it.

Its not genuine at all, you are merely peddling someone's bootleg without knowing it.


There would be NO reason to sell any of those products above, and if you think about it would you as a consumer even buy those?


Perhaps if it was not stated to be Gucci you would, but the fact they put the label on anyway and don't tell you should WARN you right away.


There's after all, plenty of real GENUINE products out there for wholesale cost. Another great idea is to purchase it at that cost and have the RECEIPT, then whatever company puts their name on it, you have proof it is their brand by using the receipt.


And from that point on, you truly could keep increasing your sales and your portfolio overnight. All you needed, was to think like a consumer and not buy anything you know someone wouldn't want.

Likewise, refuse to do business with anything that seems shady or fishy as you yourself would never buy from them either as a customer. You know they just don't make the grade, and deserve to lose money.

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I'm from Melbourne and would also be interested

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Hi Guys and Girls,

my name is Anita and also from Melbourne. Intrested in mobile phones in small amounts as well.Please let me know if it is on.

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Hi
im from melbourne. count me in on this as well. im interested in computers/laptops and mobile phones. i guess these are hot selling items.
so where do we start?
Ani

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11 Oct 07 05:55:13 pm
Count me in too
we are all here to be WINNERS
CMON AUSSIES

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Hi,
I live in the United States.I'm also interested.Keep me posted.
Thanks

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13 Oct 07 05:53:15 am
Count me in,

If we team together we will be able to have the capital to buy popular new items, (the iPhone for example) from a legit supplier in bulk, we should be able to get massive profits on them. I'm Open to any other good product suggestions.

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Hi All,
i have some brand new computer products which are for sale at wholesale prices. If anyone's interested, send me an email at Link hidden: Login to view
I have:
1. Microsoft Wirelss Mouse and Keyboard combo(Desktop 4000) - 8units
2. 2.5 inch 160 gb External USB drive - 5 units
3. 3.5 inch 500 gb External USB drive - 2 units

all are brand new, sealed and come with warranty.

I'm in Australia, melbourne. So suite australian buyers due to postage.

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23 Oct 07 02:56:24 am
Hi Guys,

I own a video store in sydney. Looking for ideas what i can expand into selling at shop level. Mainly looking into games, dvds, kids toys, dvd players etc.

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24 Oct 07 12:45:44 am
Hi Guys...I'm a newbie, from Melbourne...This sounds really interesting...Been buying for years & decided maybe it's time to give selling a go...Any products with profitable returns sound good to me...Keep me posted please :)

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24 Oct 07 08:14:54 am
Great idea!!

My son and I are trying to set up an eBay business selling video games and systems. So anything to do with that would be great.

Thamks,
Ursula

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Hi Im from Mackay Qldand this sounds like a good idea but it seems lik every man and his dog wants to sell video games and stuff. Why dont we think outside the square a bit? I know that in Qld one huge retail market is fishing.In Mackay alone millions of dollars are put through the fishin & campin stores each year. I dont want to just sell something cause its cool, I want to make money! This is just an idea, it may not be a good one but this may be a good market to tap into. What are your thoughts?

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25 Oct 07 08:02:47 am
Agree with you Robby01nut, fishing gear is a great idea...Lightweight...easy to package & could be a great seller in Aus.

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25 Oct 07 01:42:57 pm
Hi all,

I am located in Perth, Western Australia. I can purchase a PS3 (80GB NTSC) + 2 Controllers + 1 Game + 1 Year official Sony warranty, Everything brand new and sealed, for $800 AUD including direct postage per item.

Minimum quantity is a hundred units. I will be sourcing it from a direct distributor of Sony in Hong Kong. I believe this is a wonderful price and your resell price would be around $930 AUD. You would be able to sell each item for 1k in the Quokka (Papers) at the very least.

The 60GB PS3 sells in Kmart & Electronic Boutique for $999 AUD.

International orders are welcome.

We can purchase 100 units altogether as a group or you can purchase 100 or more units individually.

100 units is the minimum order. Larger orders are more than welcome.

If we purchase it as a group, then a minimum of 10 units per person are to be purchased (meaning $8000 AUD per person).

You can have the items sent individually or all at once. Their may also be some Custom's charges if the items are to be received all at once. I will try my best to advise the distributor to mark the shipment as a gift and to undervalue the price to avoid any taxs.

Thank you,

Kindest Regards

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26 Oct 07 04:40:03 am
Hi there
what sort of money are we looking at please
thanks
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26 Oct 07 04:56:08 am
$8 Thousand per buyer, per 10 x items delivered. Please email me your address or alternatively give me a call. Would you also be located in Perth? Your items will be sent within 3 days after confirmation of payment and I will email you the tracking number. You can have all 8 items sent all at once or request them to be sent one at a time or alternatively, request them to be sent all at once but to different address's to avoid tax. Payment method, bank transfer, bank cheque, personal cheque, international wire transfer, Australia Post Money Orders, or please advise. This transaction has a great deal to do with trust and I assure you that I am very honest and extremely trustworthy!

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26 Oct 07 07:03:04 pm
What sort of outlay are you looking at. We wuld have to wrok out some fair way of buying goods. I want to get into surfware or psp players..

EBAY IS POLLUTE
OZTIONS Is the way to go in ussie now nad they are starting to dvertise on t.v . It is so much cheaper to sell on there.. lets advertise oztion

let do it GUYS :) :twisted:

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Just wondering if this has got off the ground? I am in Melbourne and looking for GENUINE apple ipods. Have bought from China but lost my money, nothing turned up. I can't even find a supplier in Oz. Please let me know if this is going to go ahead. Thanks.

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11 Nov 07 03:09:08 am
Hi Everyone,
my name is Ben, I’m a kiwi living in NZ. I’ve been a member of Salehoo for a few months now and used a couple of leads (ie sellerkey and chinavision) just small quantities to test the market and the supplier (my advice “don’t go there”) there are good gains but hey the demand has to be there before you can make any serious gains, it’s no good having a 300-400% margin if you only sell one product every other month. You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to figure that one out. I’ve even bought iPods from a reseller in the States to sell/test via Tardme (irreverent take on Trademe burglars) a kiwi auction site, there is always someone who will sell cheaper than you that’s just the way it works I suppose. Same thing for importing used cars from Japan, doesn’t help much when every man and his dog are doing it plus the used car import laws are a changing for us kiwis come January 2008.
I’ve been looking for something to sell for my Storesonline website (not yet launched) I purchased almost 4 years ago, hell I’ve got wholesaler lists coming out of my ears, you’ll be amazed with the amount of useless information I’ve got not to mention the amount of time I’ve wasted tracking things down (but I guess it’s not really wasted I’ve learnt a hell of a lot along the way)
robby01nut made the comment in a thread, “I don’t want to just sell something cause its cool, I want to make money!” he’s definitely on to it there, my sentiments exactly. Where am I heading with this? Well I am currently in the throes (just a matter of dotting the I’s and crossing the T’s now) of securing AU/NZ distribution rights for a great innovative product I believe has real potential. I want to hear from serious ”alliances”/individuals both in NZ and Aussie wanting to make a tidy return. The cost of my product per unit is $30AU landed in your State’s main port the product retails for around $100AU. However there must be enough interested parties to secure a 20ft container load which holds 960 units, this must be paid for up front. Keep in mind marketing and promotion (crucial) and service issues (returns, questions, etc.) must be accounted for, you or your group must also take care of storage and internal distribution once the product has landed as well as being required to satisfy your local tax laws(GST).
Depending on the response this opportunity will be offered exclusively to Salehoo members. There are two reasons for this, firstly I don’t really want the big retail chains to get richer (they don’t share their suppliers with the likes of us) and secondly I believe the people on this forum are motivated enough to drive and protect there own investments aggressively.
Do the math, the product is priced right, the competition is restricted to a particular user group (Salehoo members) and in my opinion the quality product is new, innovative and there is a demand.
This is a genuine opportunity, the EU distributor sells the units for 45 pounds retail, go figure. Hopefully I’ve told you enough to whet your curiosity, what I need now are expressions of interest. I wont answer immediately, I will read all requests for info and send out a group response by reply email. My preference is that you email (see my profile).
Cheers

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14 Nov 07 12:38:46 am
well that's a thread stopper right there

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14 Nov 07 06:08:25 am
Hi all

I'm a newbie to Salehoo and finding this thread very interesting.
I'm a proactive girl - don't like procrastinating. I think this is a fantastic idea.

Well done jenmat!

However one person did point out a crucial problem - postage/delivery cost as we are all in different state.

I have two suggestions to solve this issue:
(1). Make it a statewide group rather than nationwide.So each state has their own. Agree on a central location for product pickup. However not much of buying power here as there will be less people, less money pooled, therefore less buying power.
(2). Maintain national group. More people with more money and lots more buying power! Decide on a shipping address and we all share the shipping and import tax cost equally.

Most companies require an ABN/ACN to trade. I have an ABN and my husband has a company pty ltd for his consulting business. Those two are on offer as i would like to be part of this.

Also it would be much easier to do a mass email rather than through this forum. More privacy once we all start this venture.

If anyone is interested, email me Link hidden: Login to view. In the subject line please put in 'salehoo forum venture' and add what products you are interested in otherwise your email will go straight into my spam folder.

Personally for the last 2 months i've been researching on wii, nds/lite consoles, games and accessories. I've already got a few contacts. I have a few ideas apart form shopfront and ebay stores.

If you are interested, email me. I would like this venture start hopefully jan-feb 2008.

Instead of talking about it, LET'S DO IT! ANYONE WITH ME? Email me!

Hope to hear from you all soon.

Cheers

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16 Nov 07 08:20:43 pm
Frank-of-Oz here:
Very much interested to get a buyer group together.

I found that importing from O'seas costs a lot in charges (import duties, charges, etc)
Getting stuff from 'Liqiudation.com', well look at their post/handling charges.

A consortorium of buyers will help tremendously.
Count me in.
Frank

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1 Dec 07 10:13:16 pm
Speaking of sad business, this is a sad day for video game journalism.

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Just looking at what I received in my inbox, what a total shame to us all. I really wonder who they're fooling.

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1 Dec 07 10:30:59 pm
Interesting ideas guys, although I can see some some issues with getting something like this going.

Perhaps you should consider a group such that Jimmy and myself created, a buyers syndicate if you would.

I know it's a long thread to read through now, some 30 pages odd I think.....but it will show you how we managed to take a crazy idea and get the wheels in motion.

We are purchasing truck loads of merchandise, in fact our second truckload will soon be on the way as space becomes available with our first load dissapearing on ebay.com

Take a read through the salehoo investors group thread, I think it might be helpful to get this group going in the right direction.

Btw, anyone really interested in this type of venture, I am presently in the process of selling off my shares in the first group, no regretes at all, it's been a lot of fun, made a lot of contacts, and friends...and sure as hell learnt a lot about liquidation, and how to make money from it, but it never was a long term investment for me as I have my own project to dedicate my time and money to, and that time has now come!

Got one existing share left if anyone is interested in buying in, $500US..it's original share value is the asking price.

Just private email me for details on that, or if I can help in any other way getting your idea rolling : )

Good luck, I hope this thread amounts to something like ours did, and not just lay here and fester to everyones frustration as most do!


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Hi, I'm from Sydney and interested in buying Nintendo DS Lites, PSPs & Ipod Nanos - please count me in. I can probably do 20-30 units at once (for now anyway). Link hidden: Login to view.

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28 Dec 07 03:30:53 pm
Hi all,

I'm from Melb, I'm interested in getting consoles and games too.

I'm not sure if this thread is still active?

Cheers.

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HI, I am interested and joined Oztion which is really growng. Can you tell me wht is going on or if anything hs been done
thanks
Deb

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20 Jan 08 12:03:56 pm
Hi I am also interested in this great idea. Please add me to your list. I am also just starting out. I am from Adelaide Thanks

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23 Jan 08 12:21:47 am
Count me in also ifyour still going on,this thread i pretty old...I have been looking at ps3';s expecially but all sold out!
If you other guys from months ago arn't interested in us newcomers,since you have already placed an order etc,we can start doing something also you guys!

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23 Jan 08 10:07:30 pm
I see this thread has been going for some time now. How about some feedback how the idea went as to ,did it get of the ground and have profitable sales been made from it.

I am very interested as this idea seem to be what is needed but so hard to get it together. The hard part i see is that agreeing on rrp and then sticking to it is a sticky point as there will allways be people who will list just below the next higher sale price to get the sale and this is caled free enterprise and is what make prices on ebay and the like cheep.

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27 Jan 08 09:47:55 am
O.k. I agree with the last post

Has anyone, or the person who started this thread put any ideas togetherre or business plan of any sort. I might be intrested
thanks deb

But it needs a good business plan that is fair for everyone !!!

DO WE AALL AGREE ????

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Hi only joined yesterday but I thought I'd make a point that may have already been made earlier which is, what about import licence for importing large palettes?

Who gets lumped with that and what are the customs issues?

I'd be interested in joining some kind of Aussie strategic alliance but I checked out Oziton and could not find one bid on any of the items I looked at and there were only 312 auctions all up. Basically it was a graveyard.

Me thinks they need a serious marketing make over or it's always gonna be like that.

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hi spike
look in your pm folder i sent you a message.
cheers
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Hi

I am definitey interested in this depends on what you are looking to import . Am interested in gaming consoles, games dvds

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