What happens to the thousands of electronic customer returns? You know the stereos that have a missing button or the tv with the broken power switch? Mass electronic retailers have a consistent supply of electronics that have been returned for store credit or refunds due to some kind of damage. Are all of the electronics [...]
My name is Jason and I live in Tn. I, like many people, recently lost my job and have begun to try my hand at this liquidation business. I have purchased from Warehouse One in Crossville and visited Lucky-Dollar as well as All Star Wholesalers.
Warehouse One charged me $1,200 for a Rite-Aid pallet! I [...]
Another great email from an individual who is about to start their own business brokering pallets and truckloads of merchandise. I am always willing to answer questions to those who send emails. Lets get right into the email that I received yesterday:
Comment & Question: I thought your Guide was great, I found it to [...]
How can you sit at your kitchen table in some small town and know if the liquidator you are about to wire $2000 to actually owns the inventory they are about to sell you? Good question, huh? I have explained, in detail, how so many liquidators are just advertising merchandise that they do not own, [...]
We are obsessed with buying stuff; a trip to the local Walmart will always include staple items, but we also end up purchasing merchandise on impulse. Don’t worry…we all do it on occasion. Sometimes this extra merchandise is justified and we’re glad to have finally broke down and bought that George Foreman grille, but what [...]