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Old 10-26-2013, 01:43 PM
 
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If you start at the beginning of the thread, you will most likely learn a lot.

A relative of mine buys an estate that is selling out, he puts a lot of it on Ebay and the rest sold in weekly yard sales.
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Old 10-31-2013, 10:37 AM
 
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Hello everybody,

How to find good wholesale, what the better researching online or offline?

Can you share your experience and what I need to be aware of.

Thanks
storage auctions, estate auctions, police auctions, craigslist. anyone who markets they sell wholesale stuff is generally either a scam that wants to make you pay to buy their stuff or they sell to a million other people on ebay so you have tons of competition. you need to either buy stuff dirt cheap like at storage auctiosn or find a niceh nobody else is filling.
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Old 03-23-2014, 05:04 PM
 
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If you want to start ebay business try eAppraiser - its a ebay tool that finds you great deals - you buy them underpriced and sell for the right price. You can trade on many markets as eAppraiser monitors multple markets and tells you their price. try it yourself [url=http://www.byteasset.com]eAppraiser -Buy it now sniper bot with statistics[/url]
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Old 03-24-2014, 02:22 PM
 
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If you want to start ebay business try eAppraiser - its a ebay tool that finds you great deals - you buy them underpriced and sell for the right price. You can trade on many markets as eAppraiser monitors multple markets and tells you their price. try it yourself eAppraiser -Buy it now sniper bot with statistics
not to say that can't be done but its not a great strategy. ebay is an auction so the market determines the price. if something has value it will sell for what its worth. granted sometimes maybe someoen does a 1 day auction and it doesn't get a lot of attention and maybe goes for cheap but ebay charges a hefty percent in ebay fees, fvf fees, paypal fees. not many sellers are going to be selling things at a loss. storage auctions, estate sales, etc is a much better way to get stuff way under value. even with this finding cheap stuff on ebay maybe you put together more pics and a better listing but really how much can you make over what you bought it for vs a storage auction where i can buy a whole unit for like $300 which may have entire totes of thomas the train toys worth a few bucks a pop, flat screen tv, purses, clothes, xbox games, etc.
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