I’m going to ramble today before I spill the beans about shelf pull merchandise, but trust me, it will be worth the wait. Ok, here I go- are you ready?
It doesn’t get much better than finding this in your email: (edited slightly for flow – original email on file)
“This is Y. Kim – I purchased your liquidation guide book online. First of all, I appreciate your knowledge and the effort you’ve put out there to help people who are struggling to learn about this liquidation business.
I, myself, got into this business in Jan 2015, and I’ve been going through tough situations trying to find out where to buy merchandise to grow my business. I have tried many places like Genco, Jacobs Trading, Macy’s, JCP but with limited amount of finance, It hasn’t been easy to always purchase the loads I want.
Through this guidebook and bonus resources, I believe that I can improve my business and keep on learning about this fascinating liquidation industry. I thank you once again and God bless you sir!
Mr Kim! You’re the very reason why my wife and I do what we do. We absolutely love hearing from everyone about the business they are running, or planning to start! Bravo Sir…..keep on going!
I get these emails all the time and they are very rewarding. And you…yes you, can email me as well. You do not have to buy our guide to start a dialogue with us, but I think buying the guide is a great start if your new to the industry.
I’m getting a lot of questions about Macy’s Shelf Pulls (MOS- Marked Out of Stock), Home Depot Loads, Amazon.com pallets and truckloads, along with several questions per week about cosmetic / makeup shelf pulls. I gauge what’s hot in product sourcing world by the emails I receive, so keep them coming!
I’ve got a special request. Do you mind if I ask a question? Facebook groups are really hot right now. You know, private groups were users come together and share information about a specific niche. Let me drill it down further for you…here is what I’m after- Can you please share some of the Facebook groups that you belong to? I’m looking specifically for Amazon and eBay selling Facebook groups. Not groups were you pay a fee to belong to, but rather groups that are free and full of members willing to share and answer questions about product sourcing, selling, and customer service.
I’m also thinking about starting a Facebook Group for our Liquidators Guide audience. What are your thoughts? Would anyone like to help moderate such a group? Please raise your hand if interested; just kidding…shoot me an email at rob(at)liquidatorsguide.com. Thanks!
Notes from ASD trip: I spent some time with Alain Stambouli at the Via Trading booth shooting the breaze and talking about some of the fastest selling products Via has to offer. I asked him point blank, “Alain, what is your best selling product that people are reordering from you? Not customer returns, but rather best-selling shelf pull (MOS) merchandise?” – He not only responded, but showed me a pallet he had shipped to the ASD show to show off. Drum roll please……….SKU: LOAD-KMSRM. It’s Kmart and Sears MOS. Search for it on their site. Contact Steve at Via and tell him Rob from the Liquidators Guide told you about this load. He’ll explain all the details! Alain was kind enough to offer our readers a 10% off coupon for web orders
Our 2020 Liquidators Guide chronicles 12 years of wholesale product sourcing experience and includes my personal black book of direct source contacts! As an industry expert, I'll share the success I've enjoyed along with the mistakes I've made buying and reselling liquidation merchandise.
If you are thinking about buying pallets of liquidation merchandise from a liquidator, broker, or direct from department stores, you need to check out The Liquidators Guide