Secrets of Liquidation Pallet & Truckload Sourcing FINALLY Revealed…..
Secrets of Liquidation Pallet & Truckload Sourcing FINALLY Revealed…..
The Liquidators Guide is a step-by-step, comprehensive resource for resellers who want to tap into the profitable liquidation merchandise industry. The guide and bonuses total a whopping 270 Pages of hard earned knowledge that will help unravel the often misunderstood industry of pallet and truckload sourcing.
I’m willing to share my experience within the pages of the Liquidators Guide. I’ll share contact information for department stores and online retailers such as Amazon.com, Nordstrom, Victoria’s Secret, Macy’s, Bloomingdale’s, Groupon, Best Buy, Target, Target.com, Walmart, Walmart.com, QVC, HSN—–these contacts are not easy to come by.
Millions of dollars of merchandise is liquidated by major department stores every single day! The big stores like Kohls, JC Penney’s, Walmart, Best Buy, Costco, and others attempt to discount merchandise on the sales floor, but the unsold inventory is liquidated at a fraction of retail!
All retail department stores liquidate excess overstock, shelf pull, and customer returned items. Do you know how and where to find the contact information for this liquidation merchandise? If you’re new to the concept of buying liquidation merchandise, please read on…
Merchandise is liquidated daily in the following categories…
General Merchandise Loads – may include items such as, hardware, decor, dish sets, silverware, portable BBQ grills, heaters, crock pots, cookware, games, books, irons, toasters, toys, picture frames, rugs, coolers, tools, pet supplies, pillows, domestics, and more!!!
Shelf Pull Cosmetics – our guide offers multiple sources for name brand cosmetics such as Lancome, Mac, Stila, Victoria’s Secret, Clinique, Bobbi Brown, Origins, Cover Girl, Maybeline, L’Oreal, and more!
Clothing & Handbags – shelf pull, overstock, and customer returned clothing is well sought after by Amazon, eBay, and Poshmark sellers.
Shoes – We have contacts for high-end brands as well as discount store shoes. Brands including Liz Claiborne, Rampage, Naturalizer, Jessica, Marc Fisher, Bandolino, Clarks, Rocket Dog, Sketchers, Nike, Madden, Michael Kors, Anne Klein, Roxy, Kenneth Cole, Easy Spirit, Guess, Arturo Chang, Carlos, BCBG, and others!
Electronics – We have sources for electronics from major retailers such as Walmart, Target, and Best Buy. I’m brutally honest when it comes to buying returned electronics, best to read my guide before purchasing a pallet or truckload.
Tools – Tools have a high resell value on eBay, as well as offline selling at flea markets and discount stores! There are tool only liquidation loads, as well as mixed loads of other merchandise that also contain tools….I’ll explain both, and put you in contact with the sources!
Home Improvement Loads – Lighting, outdoor, faucets, sprinklers, tools, patio, BBQ’s, and much more in these discount store loads. Pricing is really low on these fast selling items!
Let’s Take A Sneak Peak at the Liquidators Guide…
Within the introduction we’ll get acquainted and I’ll go over the basic steps to start your own Liquidation Business. Learn from my mistakes – steps I ignored when I started my retail liquidation business. I learned the hard way how important these steps are and I’ll share that knowledge with you!
Liquidation 101 comes next, and it will cover areas such as terminology, definitions of liquidation merchandise, explanation of reverse logistics, understanding the industry, risks associated with liquidation merchandise, and..I will get into how I started reselling pallets and truckloads of merchandise.
After the introduction comes a chapter called Expert Perspective, which includes ideas, opinions, and advice from some of today’s most relevant industry figures. Not only do we feature those within the wholesale liquidation industry, but also those who in some way are connected, i.e. retail consultants, CEO’s, eBay coaches, and published authors. I have learned a great deal from leaders within my professional network, and it’s time to share the wealth!
The next chapter titled, Liquidation Sourcing, deals specifically with locating liquidation merchandise sources with an emphasis on steps to take when evaluating suppliers, Brokers, and direct sources. I share some of the very techniques I use when tracking down inventory. From investigation techniques to phone scripts…all I have learned over the years is laid out before you. I dive right into searching Google for obscure sources as well as using one of my favorite online tools to locate the source of potentially dropshipped merchandise. The goal is to find the true source of merchandise, thereby alleviating the middleman altogether. I will also share techniques to increase your contact base and also throw out my Top 40 list of Must Do liquidation steps!
The chapter, Mechanics, comes next. Here I layout the basics behind brand protection, wire transfers, freight shipping, and pallet manifests. I will also go over what to do when you receive your first shipment of liquidation merchandise, and I will offer steps to take if a purchase goes wrong. I will also touch on profitability and dealing with difficult merchandise.
The last chapter, Business Models, deals with specific ways to resell the inventory you just learned how to purchase! It’s where the rubber meets the road…I share how I’ve made money as well as offering a few untapped ideas!
At the end of the guide you will find my Black Book of industry suppliers and direct sources….the coveted list of MUST HAVE contacts!
Success also comes from networking and following others who are defined as industry leaders. The Liquidators Guide includes expert perspective and commentary from the following industry leaders…
I have been a full-time reseller since 2012 and have really kicked it into high gear these last 2 years. I’m thrilled to contribute my liquidation sourcing knowledge to the 2024 edition of the Liquidators Guide!
Co-Founder of B-Stock Solutions, worked at eBay for 6 1/2 years where he started and ran the company’s private B2B Marketplace business. Howard attended the Wharton School of Business and received an MBA from Harvard University.
Skip McGrath is the publisher of the Online Sellers News, the oldest and largest eZine for eBay, Amazon and online sellers. Skip is the author of 14 books about online business and selling on eBay, Amazon and from websites, blogs and social media. www.skipmcgrath.com
Chris is shares his liquidation journey within the pages of the Liquidators Guide. Why not learn from a someone who is purchasing liquidation merchandise weekly! Chris sells on eBay, Amazon, and through local selling apps such as OfferUp and LetGo.
Nicole Reyhle founded Retail Minded, a B2B blog supporting small businesses throughout the United States. Nicole is an instructor at Columbia College Chicago, teaching various retail and writing courses. Forbes.com has recognized Nicole as a “Thought Leader” in the business sector of retail. www.retailminded.com
Liquidation Sourcing Starts Immediately…
Contacts revealed for several stores including Macy’s, Bloomingdale’s, Best Buy, Home Shopping Network, QVC, Bed Bath & Beyond, Target, Wayfair, Harbor Freight, Shopco, JCP, Northern Tool, Home Depot, Amazon.com, and MANY More!
I will walk you through the liquidation industry terminology…if you don’t speak the “lingo” how will you know what to buy?
Premier source for Victoria’s Secret apparel at a fraction of original retail!
In depth explanation of shelf pulls, customer returns, and salvage. Which category should you purchase?
Learn when to buy from a wholesale liquidator and when to buy from the direct source
Learn how to find direct sources of just about any type of liquidation merchandise
In depth discussion about brand protection and reselling agreements
How to resell liquidation merchandise through “Event Sales”
Selling liquidation merchandise by holding a garage or tag sale
I will tell you what free trade magazines you MUST read monthly
Explanation of pallet and truckload size
Explanation of freight delivery
I’ll show you where you can bid on name brand liquidation merchandise owned by large insurance companies
How to figure the cost of merchandise
How to markup liquidation merchandise
Using the power of social media to expand liquidation contacts/sources
3 FREE BONUSES…
Bonus #1 Manifest Mastery Tutorial…$29.00 VALUE INCLUDED FREE
As a bonus, you’ll get my complete Manifest Analysis Tutorial showing you how to review merchandise before you buy a pallet or truckload. This bonus tutorial contains actual manifest case studies, where I show you how to research each item listed! No more guessing about what you will receive when you make a purchase! A manifest is a written document describing merchandise contained in a pallet or truckload.
Bonus #2 Brand Protection Analysis…$29.00 VALUE
Before you can buy liquidation merchandise from nationally recognized department stores, you’ll have to sign on the dotted line adhering to some strict reselling rules. In my Brand Protection Report, I’ll explain some of the most important rules you must follow when reselling department store liquidation merchandise. Avoid the dreaded cease and desist threat with this FREE Bonus report!
Bonus #3 Walmart Pallet Purchase Analysis…$79.00 VALUE (Must have Microsoft Excel to view)
We get a lot of questions about what kind of profit you can get from a single liquidation pallet and how you can estimate what value a pallet has. We’ve broken down a full pallet and processed each item as if it would be sold on eBay. The pallet is part of an ENTIRE truckload recently purchased. Obviously, each pallet is different, but this detailed analysis will give you a great in-depth look. This BONUS offers a spreadsheet offering an item by item breakdown of the actual pallet and shows how each item is graded!
2024 Liquidator’s Guide + 3 FREE Bonuses $47.00
With this NO RISK GUARANTEE you have nothing to lose!
Here’s What They’re Saying…
“If you want to learn how to source the liquidation marketplace, I strongly endorse The Liquidators Guide Skip McGrath – FBA coach
“Hi Renee! My name is Alexander and I have bought and read two of your guides, the liquidation guide and the food salvage guide. I have found both of them to be very informative and useful for a novice looking to start a business in this industry, so thank you very much!!” – Alexander R.
“I purchased your guide today and I absolutely love it. thank you very much.” Mike L.
“My advice to other beginners or even experienced sellers is to find a mentor who has done it and truly wants to help others. You are a prime example. I can tell you have gold in your hands and people need your guidance desperately.” Regards, Margaret K.
I understand that this guide will be available to me immediately after purchase…24 hours a day, seven days a week in the form of an Adobe PDF file. Upon purchase, we will immediately email a link that will allow you to open the PDF file on your computer. This is not a printed book that is shipped to you. You are purchasing access to a 270-page PDF file. ThE electronic file will also include your FREE bonuses!