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I'm on as nauticant. I post very little because I'm just after stuff that has eye-appeal to me and will look good on my walls.
I wouldn't take credit to buy EOL sets, unless you have a long 0% interest rate, simply because you will be sitting on those sets for quite a while before you can sell them.You are unlikely to get much interest in your store if you only have 15-20 sets parted out, unless you are significantly cheaper than the big boys.
@ Yellowcastle - Please be aware that I already red this discussion.My point was to open my own thread and have people who would like to answer be able to do it there - on my own thread and with my own title. If this would be against your rules please tell me so. If not please help me by moving it back...
The problem is that there is a small contigent of people here who whine and complain if there is more than a thread or two that discusses reselling so this has become a dumping ground for those discussions. The squeeky wheel gets the grease.
the needs of the many will usually outweigh the needs of the few, or the one.
some other information I seek -> Would the euro amount I specified be enough for creating a (very) small business (but on the "+" side)?
What would the best sale mix would be in the oppinion of other sellers given the information I provided?And this is the tip of the iceberg... :))
the needs of the many will usually outweigh the needs of the few, or the one.+1 for paraphrasing Spock
I keep telling my wife that if we can buy 4 sets at BOGO %50 off and sell three that it will be like getting a new set free
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