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Tips for Brokering Goods
Brokers typically do not have warehouses or storage areas, but can move as much merchandise if not more than brick & mortar or online stores. Brokers market other vendors? merchandise through their own e-commerce websites or eBay.
When dealing with Via Trading on brokered orders, Via will always ship ?blind,? meaning our company name will not appear on any packing lists or paperwork in order to preserve our anonymity and keep your customers loyal to you.
We have extensive information on our dropshipping program on our dropshipping page.
Unless you are VERY familiar with the salvage industry and the risks involved in purchasing such goods, it is a good idea to stick with NEW OVERSTOCK items rather than customer returns, in order to avoid customer complaints.
Robert Cyr of TheCloseoutIndustry.com has written dozens of articles on brokering and dropshipping, and has compiled his ten years of experience selling wholesale liquidation products into an e-book called Wholesale Liquidations Exposed.
Both his website and his book are highly recommended reading for anyone getting involved in this industry. He includes important-to-know information as well as hints and tips for brokers and resellers in all resale channels.
Read up on brokering and dropshipping.
Or download his PDF e-book about wholesale liquidations and how to work with liquidation companies when you are brokering or having products dropshipped.
Check out our Via Success Story article with one of our long-time customers who has successfully built a brokering/dropshipping business out of her home.
Read more wholesale and liquidation industry articles and helpful articles in our articles section!