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Factory-Reject Clothing

Discussion in 'Products & Trends' started by RussellBell, Feb 2, 2009.

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  1. RussellBell

    RussellBell Banned Member

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    Hi,

    I have recently found a supplier for factory-reject clothing. The items are mainly jeans with some shirts:

    Levi's jeans, Diesel jeans, Paul Smith jeans, D&G jeans, Guess jeans, Armani jeans, Fred Perry polo shirt, Paul Smith shirt, D&G shirt and Timberland 6" boots.

    My question is; would the demand be high for these items as I am not a retailer and therefore would be looking to wholesale.

    Any advice or suggestions is greatly appreciated.
  2. lorraine1

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    totally depends on end price. I currently retail seconds and rejects and would be intereasted pm me with more details
  3. jayjrc

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    it also depends where exactly you would be selling them! also if you can guarantee they are seconds rather than fakes
  4. greedyboy

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    Factory rejects is normally another word for fakes.
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    Lol...we could always give the benefit of the doubt...
  7. lorraine1

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    all brands have factory rejects. Its a product of quality control. Your assumption that its another word for fakes is pretty far off the mark. Most of the goods that are sold by anyone other than an official distributor of the specific brand are a combination of rejects, overmakes and shelf pulls but are authentic non the less.

    items that are bought as reject should be sold as that and not try to achieve full rrp
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  9. canada

    canada Retired Moderator

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    The factory will not have legal authority to sell the brand,there under contract to the brand owner.

    Scott
  10. greedyboy

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    Exactly. Under contract, QC failing's should be destroyed so not to pollute the market with sub standard and cheap products so not to devalue the brand.
  11. RussellBell

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    The items are not fakes, just factory-reject that, despite what you mentioned about their contracts, are being sold.

    MOD EDIT - To advertise your goods or services on the forum you need to have a advertising Membership!
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    Read the forum rules regarding advertising......
  13. canada

    canada Retired Moderator

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    If the product does not go through authorized distribution,it will be classed as counterfeit by the brand owner.

    Scott
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    man!!!! Y o u a r e a l e g e n d.............
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    The forum does not support the importing and selling of counterfeit goods.Please read the Forum Rules!

    Closing Thread!

    Scott

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