I rarely, if ever, post with news unrelated to actually sourcing liquidation merchandise, but this is a special occasion. Readers here at the liquidators guide will enjoy this post, or at least get a good chuckle from it. I received a request from an individual who purchased our liquidation guide about a week ago. Dare I say it…they asked for a refund. We offer a 100% satisfaction refund policy for our customers, which usually amounts to a refund every 70-80 purchases- a real low rate of dissatisfaction. Most of the time refund requests come approximately 5 to 7 minutes after purchasing stating something silly like, “I already new everything in your guide,” which prompts me to ask why anyone would purchase after reading our detailed sales page explaining what they can expect to learn. I chalk it up as someone just wanting to try and steal my information. Karma is real folks-
Ok, let me get back to today’s refund request. This request came from a buyer who explained our guide had too much info to digest. Huh?
Industry sercets and DIRECT source contacts....I'm sharing 18 years of pallet and truckload buying experience within 200+ pages of the 2022 Liquidators Guide
Yeah, he said he was very interested in buying liquidation merchandise prior to purchasing our guide. But, after his purchase and subsequent reading, he stated he now has too many contacts to possibly discern who to buy from. Ok, that’s too funny.
Anyway, I thought I would send this post on for a good laugh, and a steady warning to those who have not purchased out guide. We are about to release a new liquidation training course that will offer even more information! Holly crap Batman!
Yes, we are putting the finishing touches on an advanced liquidator’s training course that will actually be a physical product containing audio lessons, workbooks, along with a copy of the Liquidators Guide. This new program will also contain sample manifests and worksheets to assist in your pursuit of liquidation merchandise.
If there is anyone out there who believes this might be too much information, I would suggest you buy our downloadable Liquidators Guide before we up the ante and offer even more information.