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  • Hi Jarvis,
     
    BUY AND SELLING ON EBAY:
     
    I discuss it pretty well here:
     
     
    Check out the above link, as it explains how I go about doing it..  I show how i find the deals, etc.. Make SURE to click on the links..  They are kind of hard to see, but they are a dark blue, rather than black..
     
     
    NAME BRAND ELECTRONICS, SPORTING GOODS, HARDWARE, ETC:
     
    Just scroll through their list of current auctions and you will notice they sell electronics and sporting goods and much more..
     
    Basically, they are returns/overstock from stores owned by Sears and a few others..  So, Sears, JC Pennies, Banana Republic, etc.  If I recall, Sears sells some sporting goods..  If they do not, these items would be from some other store..
     
    WHAT YOU NEED TO DO:
     
    You will need to contact them by phone or email and get them to send you the long contract, which you will need to sign.. It was like 10 to 20 pages..  No joke..  But, it basically said the same thing like 5 times just for different stores..  Banana Republic, Sears, etc.. 
     
    Also, you will need to have some sort of business..  Maybe a DBA (doing business as or doing business under an assumed name), C-Corp, S-Corp or LLC..
     
    If your state allows for DBAs they are often the easiest and cheapest to setup with just one document and a small payment at your local secretary of state or maybe another governmental building..  Usually Secretary of State, I believe..
     
    Or, you could do a C-Corp as I have, but then you need board members (could be anybody and you only have to meet once a year) and a few other things. Its not bad, though, as it didn't seem to take much effort from my perspective..
     
     
    THEN, once you fax in the contract and get your username and password, you can bid on their auctions..
     
    NOW, these are worth bidding on, period.. They are worth it as you can get product for about 1/4 what they cost in the store..
     
    OF COURSE, ebay you can only sell it for about 65% what they cost in the store, so you DOUBLE or TRIPLE what you paid when you sell it..
     
    For instance, I have gotten camcorders from them before and I paid like $90 for one and it costs about $350 in stores..  Then, I can sell it for about $200 to $250 on ebay..
     
     
     
    Sincerely
    Tony


    CHO JARVIS <sunlike@aaaa.com> wrote:
    Hello

    Can you please let me know how I can find name brand and start to sell at Ebay?
    I want to start to do some selling..

    Please let me know how to get start

    Wishes

    Jarvis



    On 06.9.11 6:43 PM, "Anthony W." <optasia_mail@yahoo.com> wrote:

    Hi Jarvis,
      
     
      
    Now, this is good information..  Save you a lot of money..
      
     
      
    NAME BRAND ITEMS:
      
     
      
    Name brand items are KING on ebay and the internet..  You can bank on name brand items.. Sony, panasonic, etc..
      
     
      
    As long as it is name brand, I can show you how to predicts value, how it acts on ebay, etc..
      
     
      
    Name brand items act a lot like a cars value.  I a car that is one or two years old, it is 1/2 value.  3 to 5 years old, 1/4 value..
      
     
      
    Sometimes they retain value a bit longer..
      
     
      
     
      
    NON-NAME BRAND ITEMS:
      
     
      
    NOW, non-brand items are like the waves of the sea and can only be controlled if you "corner" the market on the product..
      
     
      
    So, if you "dominate" the market of a non-branded item, or are the only one selling it, OR its priced safely at half the price of what the branded version would sell for, you are OK..
      
     
      
    So, lets say a brand name camcorder sells for $300 on ebay..  The non-branded version, of the exact same specifications would be safely sold at $150.  And if you "corner" non-branded camcorders of all makes and sizes, you have a much better bet of making a lot of money off them on ebay..
      
     
      
     
      
    BEST TYPE OF ELECTRONICS:
      
     
      
    PDAs, Cell phones, Camcorders, Home Theater Systems, vacuums, other electronics..  Also, even hardware items like miter saw, table saws, power washer cleaners, etc..
      
     
      
    These above I have found to make good profit and are easy to sell, as long as they are name brand..
      
     
      
     
      
     
      
    Sincerley
    Tony
      


    CHO JARVIS <sunlike@aaaa.com> wrote:
      
    Dear Anthony

    I like your first idea, since alibaba always request quantity of 100 or more, they are require payment in advance.
    But I have a connection in CHINA, they can get electronics item for us, but we need capital to start buying from them.

    From your past experiences, what kind of electronic item can be sold at ebay most easily and at highest profit..

    I love to do selling electronics items and also the ebook..

    By the way, do I need to have password for http://titanicimports.com/memberspro/ebookvault.htm

    What is my user name and password ??

    Wishes
    Jarvis



    On 06.9.9 5:04 PM, "Anthony W." <optasia_mail@yahoo.com> wrote:

      
    Hi Jarvis,
      
     
      
    Also, there are probably THREE good ways to sell electronics in Japan on ebay..
      
     
      
    If you want, we can discuss both ebooks and also electronics at the same time..  If this is good, just reply and we can discuss how to do electronics on ebay..
      
     
      
    The three main methods are:
      
     
      
    1. Buy overstock/returns from chain stores in Japan.  The main chain type stores in japan receive sometimes too much of a product or receive returns from customers..  If for some reason the item is not returned correctly to the store (missing a component, box too damaged, warranty void, etc) then the store can not put the product on the store floor and have to liquidate it..  A warehouse company buys pallets of overstock and returns from the store for really low prices..  You, in turn, buy from the warehouse company for around 30% of the wholesale price..  So, if the wholesale price for a camcorder is $300, you would pay only about $90 or $100 for it..  Then, you can turn around and sell for $250 on ebay..  
      
     
      
    2. Import product from China or Taiwan.  In this situation, you find a supplier on such websites as www.alibaba.com <http://www.alibaba.com> <http://www.alibaba.com/>   and you have to do the paperwork, which I can explain to get it done..  I think this way is more complex than number 1 above, and I would first try number 1 above before doing this method.. The idea would be to tap a hot item that is not already saturated on ebay..  One hot item I recall is the DVD/GPS/LCD car player.  You know, like you put on the ceiling so kids can watch movies in the car..  This was a killer import in the USA earlier this year..  
      
     
      
    3. I thought this one up..  If Japan has higher prices on smaller electronics, like PDA, camcorders, cameras, phones, etc. you can buy them from the USA and then sell them in Japan..  I noticed that with England and Australia, camcorders are much higher priced than here in the USA..  Sometimes, the camcorders are double the price of here..  So, if you were in the UK, for instance, you could buy certain camcorders from Americans and turn around and sell for double or triple (if you are good at bidding).
      
     
      
    I buy and sell on ebay half the time anyways..  Believe it or not, you can often buy items in "lots" on ebay for 1/4 their value and sell them individually for profit..
      
     
      
    So, that gives you an idea of what we can do..  Write back on what your thoughts are and we can go from there on the electronics..
      
     
      
     
      

    Sincerely
    Tony
      


    CHO JARVIS <sunlike@aaaa.com> wrote:
      
      
    Hello,

    This is Jarvis again. I was wondering if you provide electronic items for
    me to sell? If so, is there a list for it ?

    Moreover, do you always handle packing and delivery by yourself, can you
    outsource shipping and repackaging by third party?

    Thank you

    Jarvis





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