You can buy product cheap from many salvage/closeout/surplus/returns type companies.
In these links below, I explain how they work and give you a few companies as examples:
One that I have used a lot is Genco Salvage Auctions:
You don't have to pay any mothly fees. It is not some silly dropshipper company or
The above links point out the REAL DEAL companies that the big guys buy from..
We are talking about getting items for 20% of what they cost in the store..
For instance, lets say a camcorder costs $400 at Best Buy.. You would pay about 20% of this, or $80 bucks.
The items are closeouts, overstocks, customer returns, etc.. About 80% of it is in good condition. About 20% is not..
So, 80% of what you buy is awesome.
To factor in this waste, all you do is divide the $80 bucks by 0.8. that will give you the actual price you are paying, as 20% of the product is not good..
So, in other words:
80 / 0.8 = $100. So, for a $400 in the store camcorder, you would pay
This is just an example, but is definitely realistic..
Of course, maybe a cord is missing occassionaly or something from the box, but it still sells good.. I have sold TONS this way..
You can generally get atleast double what you pay when you sell it..
The Ruperts <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
this is user fishrman1234 I recently bought your ebook. I want to buy things online cheap without having to pay a monthly fee. Thanks
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