It makes no sense to me, no sense whatsoever. I still to this day cannot believe that someone would be willing to pay $2,500 for a handbag that I can get for $400. I can’t believe that someone would be willing to pay $900 for the same pair of shoes I get for $150. For the same pair of designer sungl es that I can get for 90% off all day long. Or a designer shirt retailing at $179 that I can get shortly after it goes on the rack for $29. Seriously. It blows me away how many people fall er to this retail racket!
I need to understand what is wrong with people to where they would overpay, ten fold, for the same items I can show you how to get for rock-bottom, wholesale, pennies-on-the-dollar type prices.
Have you ever wondered where people selling high-end designer brands on eBay get their merchandise from?
Would you like to learn where to buy your favorite designer brands at insanely low prices?
Would you like to learn how to make huge profits buying and selling discount designer clothes and accessories?
Would you like to start your own business and make money while you are shopping for yourself?
Would you like to save up to 90% the next time you see an outrageously priced designer item that you want?
Do you know how many billions of dollars are spent each year on over-priced fashion merchandise? Our society is so caught-up on material things that you could be profiting everyday on other people’s insecure, self-absorbed, "hey look at me" lifestyle. Don’t get me wrong, I like to have nice things too, but I can wait a month or two to save hundreds, even thousands of dollars on my purchases… And also feel a whole lot better knowing that I can buy many more items.
It took me a while to find a way to do this, but with my industry connections you can really save a boat load of money on all your favorite designer clothes and accessories. What I’m about to reveal is so powerful… its like being handed a treasure map to a million dollar treasure chest hidden in your backyard. There’s so much money to be made, yet very few people are doing it… and even fewer are doing it right. This little known niche market is about to be entirely yours for the taking.
Basically, the way I see it, everyone who is trying to break into the Designer Wholesale industry has their noses stuck in cheap, worthless, ten dollar lists of companies who sell shirts and pants (straight off the Kohl’s and Walgreen’s closeout racks) for $5 to $10 per piece.
I just want to tell these people… “Good Luck… the clothes were only $12 to $19 RETAIL… and that’s before they were put on the “Ugly Rack”. Not to mention the fact that there is absolutely no market online or offline for the clothes found on those wholesale lists.
I, personally have purchased almost every wholesale info product on the market… wholesale lists, databases, monthly subscription services, ebooks, ezines, you name it… I do this strictly to see where I stand with my compe ion, and to continuously improve the content and quality of my guide. The type of information you will find when buying a cheap, over-sold list of wholesalers pales in comparison to the opportunity that I am offering. You will become so consumed with digging through a list of thousands of companies that sell nothing more than Fruit-Of-The-Loom Tees, Discounted Socks, and low quality pleather jackets. It’s like rummaging through the half-off rack at the Salvation Army!
There’s A Few Things You Need To Know, Right Now, About The Designer Wholesale Business….
First, if you want to make any money at all… You MUST sell the higher end designer merchandise. You need to get your hands on the outrageously priced designer shirts, pants, dresses, skirts, shoes, hats, etc…. because this is not just where the money is… this is where the market is. People don’t care about saving 75% Off an Eddie Bauer shirt. They care about saving 75% off a $350 Gucci shirt. More importantly, higher end items have a higher “spread”, meaning more room in the pricing for you to make a profit… since the “spread” is the difference between what it actually cost the designer to make the item, and what the original price tag reads. — You need to make a handsome…