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Dramatic new developments on the problem of terminal dues

Terminal dues? What are these again? And what do I need to know? Good question, please see our previous article on the subject and a more in-depth look on how terminal dues helped to create the e-packet. You are probably quite familiar with the e-packet from shopping online, E-packets cover a wide array of consumer goods all weighing 4.4 pounds [...]

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If you are an eBayer, selling on Amazon is a must!

For a long time now eBay has been the best place to get your start in the world of e-commerce sales. If you’re a regular reader of our blog, you probably already know that eBay as a selling platform is just the first step in a long journey. You need to have an active presence on multiple platforms [...]

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One retailer's LOSS is another retailer's GAIN

Retailers accustomed to buying from a wholesaler or manufacturer may not see the value of purchasing liquidation. These retailers are closing the door on a highly lucrative source of heavily discounted merchandise for their business. So where does this industry bias spring from? Mainly from the perception that if one retailer already got rid of it then why would any [...]

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The fundamental habits of highly effective online sellers

What are some of the keys to running a successful online business from the comfort of your home? They are surprisingly easy and low tech, a lot of it is pretty basic stuff, but the tricky part is not the knowing, it’s the doing part that can be difficult. This week we are going back to the basics and [...]

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The video guide to foxliquidation.com

First-time visitors to foxliquidation are often left wondering where do I begin? It’s a common concern, with dozens of categories and thousands of lots to choose from it can be quite daunting to know where to start. We have covered in our tutorial videos some of the most frequently asked questions which can be found here, but for the first time [...]

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Go GREEN by reselling liquidation products.

UK luxury brand Burberry came under fire earlier this year when it was reported that the company had incinerated nearly 40 million dollars in unsold merchandise. Destruction of slow-selling or dated merchandise often referred to as deadstock is a common practice in the world of fashion. This practice is particularly prevalent among luxury designers who want to preserve their brand's [...]

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A must-read for the consignment store owner.

Consignment shops have gone mainstream to US consumers and the days of the upturned nose at the thought of second-hand merchandise is a thing of the past. It’s difficult to pinpoint a date or single factor for this change In US consumers opinion of consignment, but there is a lot of evidence that the recession of 2008 may have been [...]

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A big toy retailer’s demise could mean big profits for you this holiday season.

Earlier this year the retail industry lost a once dominant institution in the world of children’s toys. After its 70 year run Toys R Us was forced to shutter its doors in 2018 after several attempts to salvage, the faltering retailer collapsed. Many now grown-up kids will probably have fond memories of the toy chain and shopping there as a [...]

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Now for the guys… a look at men’s designer fashions in 2018

We know there are naysayers still out there that insist men don’t buy clothes, so allow me to offer you some proof to once again try and dispel this myth. A study conducted by American Express released earlier this year showed that men in the United Kingdom spent an average of 43% more per month on clothing than women. That's [...]

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Fall means big sales for key categories so be prepared!

Ever try finding a half decent tomato at the grocery store in the middle of February? Is it pretty difficult right? Usually, they are hard and flavorless. It’s because as we all know they are not in season and the few that are around are traveling thousands of miles to your local grocer. Not exactly ideal for receiving fruit at [...]

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