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Can You Find a Great Wholesale List on Auction Sites?

Surely, you can find a wholesale list online and not to mention, great wholesale video game suppliers list from auction sites at $0.01! But is that really the best bang buck for your buck as most people say? Many people would tend to note that the best action can be found in auction sites when you are looking for the best bargain in town.

Auction sites actually are the best refuge for those sellers who would want to dispose of their holdings in the most civil and orderly manner. In exchange for monetary consideration depending on the importance of the item under auction and the need for such item by buyers in auction sites auctions are a golden place to trade for a profit.

Just like its offline counterpart, online auction can deal on everything that can be auctioned online even to include electronic materials like merchandise, electronic books and wholesale list that include wholesale video game suppliers. Auction sites can be a great place to find things of interest worthy of your hard earned money.

e-Bay is a good example of an auction site where everything is not sold directly with a definite price tag on them, but is rather quoted by its seller on a determined amount with those who are interested bidding on such item until the one with the highest bid wins the item auctioned. You can find distributors, but here are things you need to know before you press the buy button.

Consider the seller of information: If you are purchasing any downloadable material from an auction site, you should be sure that what you bid on and won was indeed what the owner claims it was. Otherwise, you will be paying for just another scrap of downloaded material devoid of any value to you. You should be careful on this kind of transaction since scammers are always on the ready to make easy money from unsuspecting online victims.

To make sure that you will not be scammed of your hard earned money, look first at the bidding transaction records of the seller. If the record is good, then you can go right ahead but if there are some bad marks better pass it off to avoid problems with your purchase.

Consider the price of information. Bidding on auction sites for a list of information sources related to your business will be alright so long that you learn new things and find new distributors that work. Paying up to $300 for the finest distributors and suppliers information is not uncommon these days.

In the first place, you just cannot be sure about the quality of the information you will receive. Just quote the lowest possible price you can ascertain and stick to it. Chances are you can win the bid even if you quote the lowest possible price for either the wholesale list or the wholesale video game suppliers list. But the intelligent edifying point for you will be, would $0.05 and $0.99 wholesale list packages bring you what you want?

Joaquin Reveron

  1. absent
    August 1st, 2012 at 01:49 | #1

    Just heard about quibids, difficult questions?
    So just some questions!!

    1) Out of all the penny websites why did quibids advertise on tv?? <== ***

    2) When you bid can you bid for more then a penny? If so why don’t people just bid at the price just under the valuation of the price, seeing as how quibids buys at wholesale prices you’d get it for much cheaper??

    3) So im assuming for this company to make profit they would either have to gather money off advertising or start charging money for small things such as p&h, placing bids, transaction fees, etc etc??
    OKAYY so after reading a little bit about it i found they charge 60cents a bid (what a coincidence)

    4) Lets say that someone starts bidding on an item that cost $100 and the person spends *$100 on bids for the item YET another buyer spends $120 on bids, does the second buyer get their $20 back minus p&h this is if the bids+auction price=higher then the amount of the item listed (because im assuming they dont have it at retail prices for the "BUY IT NOW" option) do they get money back??
    [if you can understand that XD]


    5) would there be computer generated robots or hired people to drive up the price of the auction but not to much just as to entice the buyer to keep spending as much as they can… FOR EXAMPLE, when quibids first launched only a few people could have known about the site and therefore they would be able to purchase a great deal of items with very few competitors therefore costing quibids LOTS of money, THUSLY where the hell do the find investors OR partners that have enough money to support the start up of this business, because there are bajillions of websites out there trying to scam you and only a few of them are recognised, so it would be a very expensive project…
    (its not a scam its actually a legitimate business module that drives off the fact that many users will bid, one user will walk away with *prize* and there will be tons of money left over for quibids even if the user decides to opt for the "buy now" option which would probably earn quibids more money since its buying at wholesale and selling for probably more then retail price)… ITS A SMART IDEA and it has potential but my final question is..

    6) WONT PEOPLE SEE IT MORE AS A SCAM (WAKE UP TO THE IDEA) AND STOP BIDDING, they dont even need to stop if the amount of user significantly drops then the business will fail, so whats stopping people from realizing the truth about this website???????

    THXXX for your time, im sorry if it dragged out a bit and yer im just interested as to what people think =)

  2. Casey Y
    August 1st, 2012 at 06:51 | #2

    1. They advertise to bring in the suckers.
    2. They won’t let you bid more than one penny at a time, since they make their money from bids and not from the sale price of the items.
    3. You figured this one out by yourself.
    4. You do not get any money back spent on bidding, you are paying for each bid. If you don’t win, you don’t pay for the item.
    5. There is some suspicion out there that they might already be doing this, using an internal funstion to up the bids. They don’t really need to, since they make all of their money off of bids.
    6. People might figure it out, any deal that is too good to be true is a scam.

    To give you an idea of numbers:
    At 60 cents per bid, if the sale price is $50, that means $3,000 in bids (per penny don’t forget). So, a TV worth $1,000 can easily sell for $50 and they are still making an obscene profit.
    References :

  3. Blair
    August 1st, 2012 at 06:53 | #3

    Here is a site that i found that teaches you all about how , why and what to do at these auctions to be successful and win and i believe it will answer all you r questions and it is free .
    References :

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