Best Buy Little Ferry New Jersey Review

I have been buying store returned electronics products through Techliquidators.com for a quite a while. It was worthwhile buying from them until last year. I see that they are getting greedier and greedier and now I can say their operation is a scam. What they do is they collect customer returns from Best Buy Store and sell them to resellers like us who will test, clean, and sell them again. There are three things that they are doing wrong as I describe below.1. Wrong Item Categorization: They usually have four categories for their products (New, Open Box, Return, Salvage) I usually by returns because I am willing to spend time to work on them and make my money from the labor. According to industry standard, I have to find more than 50% working units from the return condition. However, the percentage of defective merchandise is a lot higher and I see the evidence of them(Dealtree) already tested some of these items. This

I have been buying store returned electronics products through Techliquidators.com for a quite a while. It was worthwhile buying from them until last year. I see that they are getting greedier and greedier and now I can say their operation is a scam. What they do is they collect customer returns from Best Buy Store and sell them to resellers like us who will test, clean, and sell them again. There are three things that they are doing wrong as I describe below.1. Wrong Item Categorization: They usually have four categories for their products (New, Open Box, Return, Salvage) I usually by returns because I am willing to spend time to work on them and make my money from the labor. According to industry standard, I have to find more than 50% working units from the return condition. However, the percentage of defective merchandise is a lot higher and I see the evidence of them(Dealtree) already tested some of these items. This is wrong because “return”” condition has to be untouched. If you tested the products and not working

they have to be “”salvage””2. Advertising False Retail Value by inserting garbage in the lot: Techliquidators.com put the retail value of the electronics lots for each auction. They have the manifest of the lot and retail price of the lot. I know they are doing it for reference only but this I consider as scam. For example

I recently bought computer software lot

retail value of $200

000.00 and I won the auction at $25000. I got about 2600 software and about half of them are Microsoft Office 2010 software and their retail value was more than half of the whole lot. The retail value was more than $100

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