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Where to purchase bankrupt/liquidation stock?

Discussion in 'General Wholesale' started by kB&B, Mar 4, 2009.

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  1. kB&B

    kB&B

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    Hi Everyone!

    Im looking for some advice!

    I currently have a highly boring 9-5 sales job which isnt really going anywhere and would
    like to start buying and Selling from home.


    The problem is knowing where to buy stock from!, i have searched the internet for bankrupt stock sites/ liquidation sites. The problem is most siteswant a registration fee before you can even look at the stock.

    The question is.......

    Where is the best place to look for buying bulk stock E.G -plasma /lcd screens/ipods
    bluray players, or even cars!

    I would be looking to buy products outright, would not need credit. Are autions the way to go or are there better ways to buy gunine bulk bargains???

    Id really appreciate any advice as it looks loke a mine field and dont want to pay joining fees for sites which wont really help!

    Many thanks

    Kevin

    P.s) even refurbished /returned goods from manufacturers would be good!
  2. Anthony

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    Re: Where to bankrupt/liquidation stock?

    There are a number of sources on this community, Kevin.

    www.gemwholesale.co.uk is one.

    I would start by searching by keyword.

    Feel free to also introduce yourself as a new member to the rest of the community, see link below.
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  3. eFashionWholesale

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    Re: Where to bankrupt/liquidation stock?

    Never purchase a list. Many supplers are just a click away. You will need to invest tons of time looking but they are out there.

    Start small.

    Just FYI- My local tv repair joint sells refurb tvs and radios. The guy is busting at the seams with merchandise as many ppl drop of units and get a repair bill and decide to go out and buy new. I'm sure locations like this would love to see a liquidator come in and clean house once a month.
  4. kB&B

    kB&B

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    Thanks for your advice, I checked out Gem Electrical...that is exactly the sort of site i was looking for!

    I appreciate the help
  5. Ed

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    eBay wholesale lots are a great start - if you're a smart bidder you can get some absulute bargains.
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  6. liquidityinc

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    Hi guys, we're a liquidation resource agency, head office in Brisbane, Australia, but 90% of our loads are based in the USA.

    We do ship worldwide, however to be totally cost effective you would be looking at buying a container load to really cash in.

    Either that or smaller carton lots, because pallets are just too expensive to ship internationally, they are expensive enough to ship throughout the USA.

    Just joined up today, but am happy to answer any questions regarding liquidated stock, either buying or selling.

    Cheers
  7. braveheart2009

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    any good liquidators in the UK?
  8. aashiqerasool

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    Stockshifters.com is good also

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  9. braveheart2009

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    good website have u ever bought goods untested and they were faulty or broke?
  10. aashiqerasool

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    yes i bought my first stock lot there less than two years ago. 37 russel hobbs cyclone type vacuum cleaners. 80% worked and the rest me and my dad swapped parts here and there to make fully working ones. Not had any problems with it. Also bought some mobile phones from there which were fully refurbished handsets. Also try jakewright on the forums he has a lot of pallet lots.
  11. braveheart2009

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    do you sell on ebay or your own store?
  12. rafasbeard

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    Are you still operating in Australia? I really need to find some local suppliers. I'm after branded sneakers and have found it almost impossible to find anyone in Australia that wholesales this stuff. I have contacted the brands but I'm no where near big enough to be considered by them.
  13. eFashionWholesale

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    We sell branded sneakers.
  14. Bizi

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    also try marthill and drakus just google you will find address
    stockshifters and disposalauctions are also worth a look
    if you looking to buy cars, try car auctions they really are easiest way to make money, whenever i stuck somewhere i just go buy a car or two n sell quickly for couple of hundred profit.
  15. deltoro41

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    I have just discovered the website you mentioned and it's wowing.
    My customers are in a third world country and the UK normal price of items makes it difficult to sell them much from here.

    How are the items on that website? any idea if, like the electronics would work?
  16. deltoro41

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    Are these Items from UK Shops?
  17. burger

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    Start thinking outside the box,
    No one is going to tell you where to buy these type of goods in bulk, why would they they would be making a killing themselves.
    There are thousands of things you can sell, do not get hung up on the latest gadgets its a saturated market, cut your own piece of a smaller cake and get a bigger slice.

    Just try ringing a few companies and asking them where they get rid of their returns/faulty stock, believe it or not some will actually tell you.
  18. andrew page

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    discount electrics nottingham a good one

    advertiser on here have a look at furness trading

    half of these thats been recommended to you are returns and not liquidated stock!!!!
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  19. andrew page

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    argos clearance if you want to really invest although its mainly 26 pallet loads
  20. deltoro41

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    what's the website link to argos clearance please.

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