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Selling qvc products on ebay
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Old 06-07-2009, 4:07 PM
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Hello , I'm new to this today!

I'm hoping somebody out there knows where I can buy 'QVC RETURNED GOODS'? I have noticed that there is a lot of people selling qvc products on EBAY.....nice little home business idea, but I've searched the net and cannot find were they are getting their stock from! Can anybody help?

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QVC have an outlet store for returned goods. IIRC it's located in Warrington. That is the only legitimate way to get such items from QVC.
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how do u contact them? sounds interesting
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QVC Customer Service should be able to give you details. 0800 51 41 31.
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I'm hoping somebody out there knows where I can buy 'QVC RETURNED GOODS'? I have noticed that there is a lot of people selling qvc products on EBAY.....nice little home business idea,
It's not going to be much of a nice little business if everyone's at it.

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Can't see anyone way of buying off QVC, giving them a profit, then selling on Ebay with all the fees/bad debt and making a profit yourself!

NB With the recession continuing/peeps getting laid-off all over the place, isn't Ebay becoming more about selling in desperation to scrape together enough for the mortgage/food for the kiddies etc.?
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It's not going to be much of a nice little business if everyone's at it.

If you want to make money from the internet you need to come up wth selling something that's profitable and original...
I don't always agree with you but this is one area that you are completely spot on. The sellers doing well are those with unique products not routine items where the competition is fierce.I buy a particular line from one seller, and have done for years and she has recently increased her prices quite a lot as she can't keep up with demand!
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the outlet store is in Birchwood shopping centre. The range of goods is very random and can be overstock, undelivered returns or used returned at around half the TV price then will be discounted again anything up to 70%. No way of knowing when they are offering good discounts. On heavily discounted products they limit the amount you can buy.

I suspect those who make a business out of ex qvc stock have access the the main warehouse I think its Skelmersdale or that way on.
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QVC products are way overpriced and would need to be available with considerable discounts in order for anyone to be able to turn a profit when reselling them. Also, as their stock seems to vary and the best offers limited in numbers I could not see this being a very stable business model for the way ahead.
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