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Buying Wholesale, Bulk or Liquidation to sell on Ebay & Amazon

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Nathan Winslow (16 days ago)
You can buy new in box. You didn't mention that...
Alexander Mclaughlin (17 days ago)
over 6 minutes of my life wasted watching this crap
RockstarFlipper (16 days ago)
Then why are you watching
IT'S KAY SLAY (1 month ago)
made my very first bid and won!but messed up! I bought from Vegas and I live in ny!!! smh but no worries I called customer service
greg baroody (2 months ago)
You have a lot of good videos on what sells, and where to find good deals. Can you do one, or do you have one about how, and when to pay yourself?
RockstarFlipper (2 months ago)
Unfortunately I dont have that video because its different for everyone.. depends how much you make, how much you need, how much you reinvest etc.. you have to figure all that out... determine how much profit you make per week or month, how much your expenses are, and how much you want to reinvest, then pay yourself accordingly
Christine Stevens (2 months ago)
I bought 1 case from Bulq.com. I've only sold the 3 Yankee candles that were in there so far. I spent 36 dollars, free shipping for first order. Most of the packaging was dinged up, or outright missing. I had one of those oil scent things in there, that was empty, which worried me as I thought the oil went all over everything, but it was put in there empty so...thank goodness?? My profit so far is 12 dollars, because it was mostly shower curtains and stuff like that, I don't think it's going to move very quickly. My advise is that if you are going to do this, make sure you have someplace to store it, as it's not going to move quickly. Sure, I'll make my money back....IF it sells, but right now, I've got 24 dollars to go just to break even, and the time involved! I still haven't tested the blender and the crock pot yet, and I still haven't got everything researched and listed. Super time consuming.
Terry Thomas (2 months ago)
Some very enlightening thought angles, Casey. I've been curiously checking out bulk pallet possibilities. Good stuff. Thanks for the info!
Easton Meyer (2 months ago)
I'm BRAND NEW on the scene wanting to buy bulk and resale..I got on Walmart liquidation auctions website and I couldn't even view the whole auction or bid on anything unless I had a uniform sales and use tax certificate- multi jurisdiction form???? WOW..I'm lost..help (I live in Missouri)
pure survival (3 months ago)
These pallets/cases are definitely cherry picked. There will be a few good items, but 90% are random garbage that is 100% worthless.
Dat Meme (3 months ago)
Is liquidation. Com a reliable website? Also is it good to invest in cheap phones that are new in bulk?
Alex Canales (3 months ago)
Do they ship to you on liquidation or do you pick up
Beaux Richards (2 months ago)
You have to bid on listings for the warehouse near you and the listing has to say, -buyer arranges shipping
mniroth heng95 (4 months ago)
Do you know if I can buy these pallets and export to to resale in another country? (Asian country)
The Elder Gamer (4 months ago)
I've been testing the waters with this reselling thing. Not a ton of success yet but I'm staying consistent
John Granstaff (4 months ago)
I've had better luck staying away from those public liquidation sites and focused more on the auction sites that requires a resale certificate. Much more successful lots
Nadia Tereshchenko (4 months ago)
Hello seeking advice from anybody who can help. Our 15 year old daughter is interested to sell on eBay. Preferably new clothes where would we buy bulk pallets?
karthik karn (4 months ago)
RockstarFlipper (4 months ago)
What do you mean?
Shonte Moses (5 months ago)
I never want to sell electronics
Shonte Moses (5 months ago)
RockstarFlipper I figured. Thanks
RockstarFlipper (5 months ago)
They make the highest profits.. but also return risks
Rangi Ratumu (5 months ago)
Im in NZ and interested in purchasing - would anyone know how would be the best way to go about this?
Jay Garcia (5 months ago)
I buy single pallets from a guy local in my town for three to four hundred, not Cherry pit sometimes I find $500 items that pay for the whole pallet plus profit. But I want to know where I can get a diesel load, any advice? My source doesn't want to reveal his sources to me.
CrowdPleeza (5 months ago)
For those people wanting to buy in quantity what would be a better alternative?
yams every where (5 months ago)
this video trash
BradleyWelshTV (5 months ago)
thanks for the insight
Karolyn Kato Huddleston (6 months ago)
Very informative video.. Thanks
Yaser Al Khudhiri (6 months ago)
Thank you for your valuable advice. I am thinking of getting into this business but as a broker. Does it make sense and would it work. Also the inventory counting part seems scary. It's extra money on me and I can't quantify how much labor will I need per day to count say 10 thousand dozen pieces
Danielle Fry (6 months ago)
Great advice
The Legend (7 months ago)
hmm... I've been wanting to do this for a long time especially since I have access to warehouse spacing. I was looking at a few websites and have been seeing YouTubers talk about it for over a year now and after seeing this video and the comments were very eye opening. thanks
John Wolf (7 months ago)
Is this business just collapsing with these companies and thrift stores opening thier own online stores... Is it even worth the trouble to start a business.. Seems mlmy... Lots of money teaching, but not a lot of selling another mee too items....
1miltond (7 months ago)
Buy and risk is one thing buy salvage is plain stupid
1miltond (7 months ago)
This is the word you need to put atention to NO CHERRY PIKING you buy at you on risk they want you to buy blind go to stores and look for clearence marchindise you will do lot better
1miltond (7 months ago)
I dont care what company you buy from buy salvage is a Bad idea they will scam you the pallets are fix you verly will make you money back if all
Live to inspire (7 months ago)
I'm interested in buying women's and kids named brands any tips???
RockstarFlipper (7 months ago)
Any of my haul videos, or what sold videos have tons of brands in them usually
Dorjee Gyadatsang (8 months ago)
At this point, there's too many people doing it. No offense to you but once it reaches YouTube it's normally over saturated. I was onto liquidation.com years ago when not many knew about it because business in my blood from family. Even then, Ipads and Iphones were being bought at such low profit margins that it wasn't even worth it after eBay fees, shipping/supplies etc. I have two small auctions I won, this is my first time actually investing so we will see. (of course it matters what you bid on too) The only people making money are the ones who buy every other auction pallet, I have a suspicion that there are inside accounts who drive up prices too, could be wrong. You are definitely right about electronics, testing and so on. It's like the auto salvage industry, if you are savy and don't have to pay someone for testing starting out, you can build an empire on eBay. Definitely don't quit your 9-5 though guys that much is certain
Dorjee Gyadatsang (8 months ago)
Strictly from an online marketing standpoint*, if you live in the city and can CL it then I definitely wouldn't have let the idea go so easy the first time.
Erika Quesada (8 months ago)
Make sure to buy when is a manifest pallet if not they will send you all kind of bad stuff . You didn’t say where do you buy
NuggsArentDrugs (8 months ago)
Everyone is polishing turds these days.
Willie sibrian (8 months ago)
thanks for the advise
L.A.K BD (8 months ago)
To buy the pallets .what do I need like a license permit???
Richard Snowden (2 months ago)
you should have a business license or you could find yourself in hot water.
L.A.K BD (8 months ago)
Ok thank you 👍✌
RockstarFlipper (8 months ago)
You don't need anything to buy inventory... thats on you... some places will require it to 1099 you or invoice you but its not a MUST... if you don't do your taxes correctly thats on you
Theresa Blackmon (8 months ago)
RockstarFlipper (8 months ago)
Hey there
CryptoBlackSpots (9 months ago)
Questions where can you sell this stuff I’m stuck with a bunch of kids clothes all new with tags here in Canada!
Myra Bella (2 months ago)
Try Poshmark or other selling apps, Offerup is another good app too...
Fatou Kone (7 months ago)
CryptoBlackSpots where in Canada are u please? I can be interested...
CryptoBlackSpots (9 months ago)
Also EBay how can I get better shipping options cause I’m in Canada!
CryptoBlackSpots (9 months ago)
RockstarFlipper Yeah been trying Facebook not much luck! I guess eBay would be my best option!
RockstarFlipper (9 months ago)
Ebay... or if you have local Facebook yard sale groups
smcfadden1992 (9 months ago)
Ill tell you this i worked at a warehouse where we got free pics outta these crates, corporate changed that quickly people were getting free tvs ihomes tablets
Coolost Design (9 months ago)
Anyone interested in wholesale custom image luggage cover and backpack?
Hey Sinderella (9 months ago)
Do you know of any warehouses in US that sell empty wholesale containers?
Billy Damnit (3 months ago)
There are lots of places that sell them around me. I live in north ga
conor calvert (4 months ago)
sinderellas beauty Depending where u r located u can go to port and bid on containers coming off of the ships
RockstarFlipper (9 months ago)
I don't I'm sorry
CryptoTim (9 months ago)
God...if I see another Wix advert...
RockstarFlipper (16 days ago)
lol I know right
Joshua Franks (10 months ago)
I just bought my first two boxes from bulq spent 190 and I'm counting a return of 600 to 800 it's good as long as you do you homework bulq retail is on cloud 9 lol
RLS0812 (10 months ago)
Bulq and Liquidation com are both a joke. Bulq overcharges for the junk they sell ( read the manifests )
Shelly Bible (10 months ago)
Bulk toy pallets are good
RockstarFlipper (10 months ago)
I have done a few in the past and did decently
elizabeth frederick (10 months ago)
interesting video
RockstarFlipper (10 months ago)
Wholesale would be awesome, but its so hard to find a good supplier
ErykaSoleil (10 months ago)
This was very helpful, thank you.
carlsbadtuber (11 months ago)
Long story short.. I just got my $680.00 box of stuff ...so my main item was a samsung s8 plus. (main reason I wanted this) Yes I could have sold everything /kept phone and made money ...anywayssssss The dang phone came cracked on all corners and shattered back! Main thing after charging for 3 hours ...nothing screen did not turn on . Yes this was on a return not (salvaged items auction) This phone is in the salvaged category for sure.Also the manifest said noting in the notes about being broke. So now do you think they will only give me %12 thats nothing. Ill dispute it tomorrow .. hope this helps someone out there... a warning.
RockstarFlipper (11 months ago)
Yeah iv heard similar stories on many different companies.
Russian Red (11 months ago)
Where can I buy iPhones at a wholesale price. ?
E-COM HICK (4 months ago)
Yea be careful, a lot of knock offs.
ProVersion Source (6 months ago)
you mean fake iPhones?
Alex Galarza (11 months ago)
I saw Alibaba.com selling refurbished iphone 6s not so long ago
RockstarFlipper (11 months ago)
LOL. don't bother
sakeline Diatta (1 year ago)
Hi I wanna sell clothes and cosmetics in Africa but I don't know where to buy my stuff from
RockstarFlipper (11 months ago)
Sorry I don't know anything about resale in Africa
tantricmaster800 (1 year ago)
My neighbor just bought 8 pallets of returns, 95% of it is junk. He will be lucky to make his money back.
Mike C. (1 year ago)
Im about half way sold out of the merchandise from a pallet I bought 2 months ago. Paid $870 for it. Currently have sold half the merchandise for $3121! Just be very careful what pallets you buy, it is a great way to scale your ebay / amazon business though and it is what has helped me personally more than anything.
J Mtz (6 months ago)
Mike C. Where did you buy, and what type of merchandise?
Mike C. (1 year ago)
I have 5 pallets from bulq coming as we speak. Bulq is a great site. Do your research or your ass is grass. Not all pallets are junk. Half of the pallets i receive are purchased as “like new” or “new”. The stereotypical “pallet merchandise” is a 600 item clothing return pallet that is full of garbage. People who buy those obviously did not think through the time or expense it is to process all of that inventory. If you want to start with liquidation merchandise stay clear of salvage electronics unless you know exactly what you are doing. Thats my short 2 cents lol, love the videos!!!
Gladis Davis (1 year ago)
how do I find Victoria secret I been looking for weeks
ResortDog (5 months ago)
Talk to corporate not your competition.
Yudit G.e (9 months ago)
Gladis Davis following
CrowdPleeza (1 year ago)
Liquidation stores and salvage stores may be a good choice. You can more easily examine and research the merchandise.
Richard Snowden (2 months ago)
I agree. Go to someplace like South Georgia Liquidations. You can go in and look into the boxes and open the lids and look in as long as you don't dump them onto the floor or move them to other boxes. You get to SEE what your buying (as well as possible.)
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
Very true. going out of business sales are great sources
Scott Bair (1 year ago)
I buy Walmart Returns in the general Merch category. 80-90% of the items are fine. Just a little time consuming.
RockstarFlipper (3 months ago)
Exactly the same way.... google the websites.... log in... create and account, and pay them to ship you the merchandise if they will. I can't say weather they will ship to the UK or not
J Cooper (3 months ago)
J Cooper (3 months ago)
sorry let me perphrase. How do you do this in the UK?
RockstarFlipper (3 months ago)
Nobody is just going to GIVE you the answers.. start googling. it takes just a few minutes and you'll find 3 large websites that sell Walmart returns.
J Cooper (3 months ago)
shavingculture (1 year ago)
I bought mine today I know is risky but if you don't risk you don't win is a hit or miss and I'm not gonna sit afraid of failure I had try many website like Alibaba and is not convincing I like better this website coz I know the items are original and I know a guy that buys electronics to resell in Mexico so he be my number 1 costumer also I have many other apps I choose electronics Why? Because cloths and other items take way long to sell electronics always sell no matter what my pallet has good staffs I paid 500 but it comes with beats iPods cameras and some useless sd cards. But I can either sell this for $2 to 3 or keep them
Tj Scott (1 year ago)
Could you please send me information on the products u sell so I can order some products..
how much you make a year and do you pay your taxes every three months? do you fill up a 1040 or 1099? do you need a LLC or EIN? do you have a video explaining these things? thanks
1HotSkiBunnie (1 month ago)
The platforms send out 1099. PayPal too. If you are in biz with no paycheck then you better pay quarterly. Get an ein it’s free.
Lafe Denton (1 year ago)
Think part of the issue is looking at electronics. I do not touch any electronic pallets, nor do I buy from certain stores, such as Wal mart. Shelf pulls, are usually pretty good. Shoes, tools, hunting and fishing. These are good items that don't require as much time to got through. As your pulling them out. Look over photograph and list while sorting. I usually figure 25 to 35 pct of the items will be tough sells or damaged. Hauling the Pallets yourself can also save you a lot of money.
texasdoll36 (1 year ago)
What is the best online company to purchase pallets or lots..
texasdoll36 (1 year ago)
Is it possible to just purchase shelf pulls or what is the best category to purchase from when using liquidators?
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
I dunno about the "best" but I hear not great things about all of them.. Maybe try liquidation.com
shaji asll (1 year ago)
Where is your i8 gone.
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
In my garage like it has been for a year and half. Check my newest videos, I'm getting in and out of it everyday
click bait.
Dustin Washburn (1 year ago)
Memphis Darkside Muzik HD
Zachary Matheny (1 year ago)
Does qnyone know if you need a tax id number to buy from those sites he mentioned?
Jimmy Cash (1 year ago)
I'm so glad I saw this video before trying to by bulk. thanks you. subscribed.
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
Thanks so much Jimmy!!
Ubiquitous (1 year ago)
I have not bought from bulq or liquidation as I am in Canada and it's harder for me. However I have ordered off VDC Canada and as long as you look through the manifest, and you buy brand new item lots then you will guaranteed profit. I have bought a few pallets now and I have never came close to loosing money. It's always been a minimum of 1-2 thousand profit. You really need to buy brand new lots and go through the manifest to ensure you will make profit.
Verlin (4 months ago)
Better luck than me. :) Been over a year but I bought a truckload there and when things were done I had roughly 1/3 of the manifest provided... (not brand new though so maybe that was key) Haven't seen those loads listed recently but maybe why? Talked to another buyer who had similar results... :(
morton gaming (4 months ago)
Do you sell that Merchandise online?
Gerry Irwin (7 months ago)
Hey Ubiqu! I assume you sell said merch in Canada?
Cc Hattab (8 months ago)
paranjothi nagarajan (11 months ago)
Why buy from bulq, if you could get it manufactured at the same price in India like brand new
rocky jaydog (1 year ago)
Hi Rockstar, love your videos, I learn a lot. Question for you. Have you ever bought bulk clothing? I see on these sites you can order a pallet of different grades, a grade, b grade. Summer wear, or a pallet of jeans etc. I saw one site that sold ugly Christmas sweaters in 400, 600, 800 or 1000 bundles. It seems to good to be true, any experience with that?
Bob M (1 year ago)
rocky jaydog never buy a n bulk unless you have orders. That’s why some places say allow 4 to 6 weeks for delivery. They first collect the money then buy the product and on every order you sell insert a copy page of any other items you have for sale, hence repeat customers.
Rashad (1 year ago)
Like the video. I want to start an online business but have no clue where to start
Muhammad Daud (18 days ago)
+Bob M Well Said!
Bob M (1 year ago)
Rashad never take advice from someone who says, I think!
texasdoll36 (1 year ago)
Rashad I think you have to get a resales liscence and a tax I'd from the IRS..start with your licenses....
Grace Almendarez (1 year ago)
I purchased a pallet of kitchen and home items... pots pans vacuums etc. a lot of it was in almost new condition, some I tossed but it is very labor intensive to go through everything. I had to open every single box to inspect each item it took forever. It can be profitable though.
gladys Williams (10 months ago)
Grace do you mind sharing where you got the kitchen items, I am currently looking for a place to purchase kitchen and home items. I am in Dallas Texas. Thank you much
Peace &Love (1 year ago)
I've purchased from liquidation.com a couple of times. The first two times we're customer returned electronics, half of the box was defected items. Some were broken but my husband is pretty tech savvy and was able to repair the items and they sold. Electronics are cool because they sell fast. There were some items that by husband couldn't fix because they were parts missing so we sold them "For parts" you can always sell defected items for parts. There is always money to be made. I think Liquidation.com is good but honestly I prefer to sell new items, just easier than having to worry about testing items and fixing them. I also only bought items in lots, never huge pallets.
Just Jeff (1 year ago)
Peace &Love. I just wanted a video yesterday about parting out broken equipment. You can sometimes make more in parts than for whole working units. But it is long tail.
Viego Alvarez (1 year ago)
Great point. Time is so important to consider all the time. It's tough walking by items you know you can make 10 bucks on, but you have to do it many times.
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
MANY TIMES lol...its all about the long term work, not todays sales.
VOGELTRON (1 year ago)
I advise against using BULQ o ar LIQUDATION you will be luck to break even. If you are serious you need to pick up your phone call around and find out where the different auctions are within a reasonable area. With some knowledge you can find things to resell for profit. Its still a gamble but buying off these websites is delusions of granger. It also depends on where you live when I was in Nor Cal it was just like the Thrift stores. It takes mad skill to find profitable item anywhere.
Jason Argone (1 year ago)
We go to auctions a couple times each season and its always worth the trip. There is a country auction about 40 miles away that yields some very nice antiques and tools.
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
Agreed. I hate BULQ
Clearanceninja (1 year ago)
Been buying from wholesale closeouts. I know exactly what I am getting and paying for. The biggest plus is 1 listing for 50 pieces.
Adrian Magdaleno (1 month ago)
And where is it you're shopping?
AmazonSeller99 (1 year ago)
Hey Casey. You're absolutely right. Liquidation merchandise can be profitable but it is very time consuming and many resellers don't take into account the labor costs of going through so much merchandise. As you said you have to be very careful when selecting a distributor because many talk a great game but when the load arrives it's total garbage. The trick is to find an honest distributor and then stick with them, the only problem is that it's very costly to get through 4 or 5 bad ones in order to find the one good one.
Guy Supply (1 year ago)
AmazonSeller99 who do you use
stss95 (1 year ago)
Between shipping, eBay and PayPal fees you practically have to get stuff for free to make any kind of money.
Dale Weber (1 year ago)
Interesting I've been curious about this, I never bought or sold bulk items. But, my father's best friend along with his son & brother have. The three of them would actually buy semi pallets of bulk items which where return items from place like you said Walmart and then he would resale them, to his close friends & relatives never on internet. Before his passed away he talked about how the trucker driver or person he bought the pallets from "those places". They give the buyer of the bulk items certain amount of time ( example 5 hours) to upload the trailer or whereever they bought bulk items from. Did you ever exprience this while buying in bulk>
Dale Weber (1 year ago)
meant unload
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
I don't know what you mean by 5 hours to "upload" the trailer?
Danielle Bryant (1 year ago)
We bought a pallet of some saws that came with something else I forget, but we barely broke even. Lots didn't have the second item, lots were broken and we used broken ones to make good ones, totally not worth the time as well
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
Seems to be what happens with MOST pallets and bulk lots. Some people have success but WAYY more fails
alvaro tatis (1 year ago)
No one likes bulk to risky
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
Its very risky for sure
Scott Lorenson (1 year ago)
bought some screw driver bit sets on liq.com and found that people on ebay selling them cheaper than I paid
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
That happens a lot. sucks
Victor D. Romero (1 year ago)
I was watching another Youtuber, Raiken Profit, he said he bought a few pallets and it was not only a big risk of his capitol but a huge waste of time. He said, not only did he have to find space to store all that stuff, but like you said, he had to go through all of it and in the end, it was truly more trouble than it was worth. It tied up his money for months, he said he almost lost all his money on this, and in the end, he said he barely broke even. He straight up said, don't do it!!! You have actually done a collaboration video with the guy i am talking about. Here is his link : https://www.youtube.com/user/stevera88/videos
Mega-Metal Merchant (1 year ago)
Great videos, keep up the great work....I have a question, has anybody done domain name and/or website flipping?
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
I have not done it, but iv seen it done. Risky and LOW TERM INVESTMENT. Probably not very viable anymore
surimaribo24 (1 year ago)
nice brother . i had several items bought from them liquadation. first one was packed very poorly that the remote were falling from when ups delivered . they charge min. $40 for shipping which sucks . however after disputing and reselling i had made my money back . but if you dont do your homework which items to pick from them you will end up with junk . i wouldnt buy from them again for sure.
Christy C (1 year ago)
can you buy books in bulk like that
DJ CITY (1 year ago)
Good advice, i will not recommend bulq DOT COM TO ANYONE, LIQUIDATION DOT IS BETTER, i have been using both of them for few months...
Richard Snowden (2 months ago)
they do compete with you online and i agree the retail price is more of a msrp than an actual sale price in the store, which is misleading when you are calculating what you can sell for online, at auctions, or flea markets. Not to mention the crap in the boxes. A friend of mine just got in one that was half full of boxes stuffed with out of date calendars.
Kristi Gilleland (10 months ago)
I only buy from bulq when I notice enough value in the lots that I know *I* can use if nothing sells. Bulq's big problem is that they go by inflated manufacturer suggested retail price & not many people will pay that for store brands. Sometimes they list master pack prices too then you get individual single items. :( I have got one-shoe shoes from there too..Then they actually compete with you buy selling under the name BLINQ on eBay and on the web.
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
DJ city I'm glad you have luck with liquidation. thats awesome.. I unfort did not
Joshua Schmidt (1 year ago)
I buy stuff by the pallet from some of these places. I live out in the middle of no where Minnesota in a small town so I don't have access to a lot of the outlet store and rummage sales to be picking items. I have a background in computer/electronics repair. So I know what it costs and whats involved in repairing/refurbishing these items and take that into account when looking to purchase pallets. Also I find that there is more money in taking a computer apart and selling it for used parts. Which has been very profitable for me. The one big keys that helps a lot is make sure to look at the manifests to see what your getting! Do the math.
larj bargains (1 year ago)
I was just looking into buying from bulq.com .. do you think its better to buy the new or like new pallets?? I would never do uninspected returns.
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
Thats what most of them are, returns.....if you find brand new merchandise at a good price that would be my suggestion, but usually they are priced kinda high
ae86miami (1 year ago)
Had a feeling this was a hit or miss. Sounds a little too risky for me.
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
Yeah customer returns is DEF hit or miss
Jason Vernon (1 year ago)
Hi man, just wanted to give a big thanks for the amazing videos. I'm based in the UK, but so much is applicable over here, and the reselling market is nowhere near as saturated as in the USA. Your vids have helped loads and really inspired me. I'll be making the move from part to full time reselling very soon.
Jason Vernon (1 year ago)
RockstarFlipper it's amazing. I'm doing quite well on fba, and looking to upscale. Did £15k on eBay and £8k on Amazon last year alongside a 45 hour a week job
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
Thanks sooo much Jason. I was wondering how it was over there
scoobieman06 (1 year ago)
Do you have to have a tax if to purchase from these online liquidation sites? Great videos
Niza Kay (1 year ago)
how can i contact you, would you assist me?
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
No you don't, although I have heard of some companies requiring an EIN etc
Kylee Lee (1 year ago)
Well why wouldn't you buy brand new items not the returns
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
They are typically very expensive or harder to find, but if you can get them at a good price I would say go for it
gameboss4 (1 year ago)
bulq is a joke. I have had more luck with 888lits. You must have business license and resale certificate. They check all your information to make sure it is legit. I have never had an issue. You also can pick different conditions of items. There is no ordering a lot of new merchandise and then you get broken open stuff.
Vanessa Ensworth (10 months ago)
gameboss4 what is 888lits?
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
Thats good to know.. ill have to check them out. thanks!
Chris Ellis (1 year ago)
I had very bad luck with liquidation.com. what they wood call Designer clothing was just cheap china knockoffs. I have not been back in years.
L. Ron Hoyabembe (1 year ago)
Chris Ellis they have manifests...thats your fault for not researching the brands
FusedHalos (1 year ago)
I'd avoid bulk pallets or cases. Way too risky.
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
Used and returns yes....brand new might be an option right now
Part-Time Picker (1 year ago)
Shipping the stuff can kill your profits too. Don't forget to add that in when you're working on profit margin's 👍 Great video thanks.
Reseller Rockefeller (1 year ago)
If you are going to buy in bulk the best way to do so is use the internet and find your local surplus site, A lot of colleges have surplus sites where they sell lot of items in bulk like computers or furniture, also camera stuff. The state you live in has surplus sites, I buy alot of items in bulk from these and the good thing is you can go to the local warehouse and view the items in person, You can't test them but you can see the pallet and what the over all condition of the items, Ive made out really good on this kind of sourcing.
Seether1742 (1 year ago)
I just asked you about this :D thanks for making this video
Kristi Gilleland (10 months ago)
This video rings true for me, as to my experience as well. Time can eat you up, and if you aren't listing, you aren't selling.
Seether1742 (1 year ago)
Haha..I have a local Kmart that is going out of business and EVERYTHING is like 50-75% off and I spent alittle over 100 dollars sourcing. When I was in there I was thinking to myself "Damn I wish Casey was here he could help me with these cloths" lol
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
See I do listen lol. thanks so much
Potato Picker (1 year ago)
I'm worried about ordering from bulq.com. I heard so many horror stories. Liquidation.com is risky for me being in Idaho, shipping can get expensive. kills all my profit.
Mike C. (1 year ago)
I bought my first Bulq case a month ago. $130 + $30 shipping. Uninspected returns. Sales from this case are currently at $440. Plus, there were many items like soaps, candles, etc that we kept for ourselves. Still have more to list.
Kristi Gilleland (10 months ago)
It's like that sometimes. My first box was good but I've had problems with others. I have one box I am currently losing 120.00 on and I don't think I will make it back because there were a lot of one item in the box. I sold a couple, then Blinq (a sister of Bulq) listed them undercutting me. I lowered prices but BLinq still has a lot more visibility than I do.
Zabieru McCloud (1 year ago)
Where did you go to buy the items and where do you sell them?
Shaggins (1 year ago)
I have purchased quite a few pallets, Ive hit big on some and lost big on others. I purchased 2 pallets last week (250 each 500 total) and so far my profit is 600$ and I have estimated 200$ of inventory left from them. I recommend going to a legit pallet liquidation place in your area and hand picking your pallet. also goto a large business, avoid the guy in the storage unit because he is most likely cherry picking. I dont goto these websites, I meet my pallet liquidator the day he gets a load in and pick the 1's I want off the truck. The great thing is, when you find working items, even broken stuff you can part out, this stuff moves alot faster then clothing in my experiences. just takes more to ship, so I search for small box item lots.
gladys Williams (10 months ago)
Hi Shaggins, great job. You are killing those profit margins. I am also interested in buying house hold utensils where did you buy the pallets ...I am located in Dallas Texas.
sakeline Diatta (1 year ago)
Hi do you mind to tell me where you buy your staff from I wanna buy clothes and cosmetics for africa
Dawn Brook (1 year ago)
Where can one locate local Pallet deal purchases?
Billy Sanders (1 year ago)
Bought new cloths from Bluq sells slow on ebay, shelf pulls from Target one product is selling great on Amazon, I sent 30 of these to amazon and I will send another 20 this week and I am already looking for more. As a whole I have been making a profit after 10 sales on Amazon, average cost per Item 1.39 and average sale on ebay 10.00 and 14.95 on Amazon.

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