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The Good The Bad and The Ugly
It used to be that you got the good, the bad, and the ugly in a salvage or return load. But with the advent of eBay (and other auction websites) these loads have been depleted of their valuable items. Many department stores now have their own eBay departments that take from these returns and excess merchandise before they're sent to the sorting facilities. Even the sorting facilities have eBay departments.

If the load is sifted twice before it's palletized and sold to you, what chance do you have to get any good stuff? That leaves the bad and the ugly. And it's pretty ugly, especially on your wallet.

What's the solution? Buying Department Store Returns & MOS Loads that are Direct from the Source...AKA Virgin Load Suppliers.

Find a supplier that only accepts contracts from department stores, vendors and scanning companies that offer VIRGIN returns. Now you can get these exclusive loads form many wholesale suppliers online. These aren't picked over for eBay. These suppliers are just doing their job to bring new quality product lines to their customers helping them increase their rate of return. Virgin loads do not come from a warehouses that also have a retail stores. YOU are better off to find a company that has no warehouse and ships direct from the source on all products.

Look for a virgin wholesale distribution center offering salvage closeouts, overstocks, customer return merchandise, surplus liquidation merchandise, etc. These companies will be able top pass on huge savings to you.

You will need to be careful in all of your purchases and don't be afraid to ask questions. Make sure you know what you are buying before you purchase whether it be from a well known company or new start up.

We wish everyone the best in there business adventures.
May you grow and Prosper.


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