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ebay stuffs someone
I think this question is relevant to this board. I've been surfing around ebay to see what kinds of things people sell and their prices. I notice that a lot of things people sell there are brand new with tags (at least what the sellers claim them to be), yet they are sold for a very cheap price. I wonder where those sellers got their cheap products to sell. They must have gotten them extremely cheap otherwise there's no way they could make some money. any thoughts anyone?
Unwanted gifts for example -- statistically 0.27% of population have birthdays every day.
I'vw always thought that they just don't make much money. On smaller items anyway. Once you get into items that will sell for a few hundred pounds it becomes more worthwhile.
Either that or they buy thousands at a time.
The feds just broke a huge ring here in the Dallas area recently where people were stealing new stuff and then selling it on Ebay.
In one instance, they would see something in a store, try to sell it on Ebay, and if it brought enough money in the auction the seller would then "go get it" from the store.
All I can say is, "Buyer Beware".
Some people know how to get off-sizes, discontinued stuff, stuff with bad or wrong labeling, broken boxes, returns, etc. In other words, stuff that isn't quite up to snuff for a retailer. sabai
A lot of people use drop shippers on ebay... and a lot of people source stuff from abroad Essex_boy
I stumbed across a great way - ring suppliers of products stocked by major chainstores and ask them what they do with the returns. markbiz
Not everything you see on ebay is authentic, even though they will state that it is. I know some people who found this out the hard way, lol.