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Found a great tool for ebay and amazon arbitrage

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by joeychips14, Apr 17, 2015.

  1. joeychips14

    joeychips14 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Found this handy tool earlier this month. Have been using it myself but have only threw up ~15 listings. It costs $67 a month but in the hands of someone who knows how to use it this thing I'm sure could be lethal.

    It's called profitscraper.com I am in no way affiliated with the website. Just sharing something I have found that other members would benefit from.
     
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    "Sorry, Not Currently Accepting New Members"
     
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    Hmm...he had sent an email earlier in the week saying he was doing some updates. I think it's related.
     
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    Someone who could actually use this service - shoot me a PM. I might have something for you ;)
     
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    I was thinking about using profitscraper...how did it work out for you???
     
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    IT seems to work fine BUT in order to bulk upload you must have an aged account in ebay.

    Same rules as of Turbo Lister applies at Profitscraper.

    Regards
    Teo

     
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    Using Profit Scrapper myself. I love all the features it offers and the scrapper is quite good when you know how to use it correctly!
     
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    Its looking very profitable and efficient.
    I'd like to try it very soon. You shared a good post.
    Very appreciative, good job.
     
  9. only11

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    Thanks, I might try that as well and if I do I'll make sure to share my thoughts and experiences with it.
     
  10. Ste Fishkin

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    OP is a shill.....
     
  11. SupremeBeing

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    Is it even worth it, when you don't have any feedbacks on your ebay account?
     
  12. rainycity

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    What makes you say that?

    SupremeBeing If you are asking whether dropshipping and/or using a service to list is worth it with 0 feedback then yes, it still is. Also you can always sell stuff you have around the house cheaply for quick sales, also buying gives you feedback so you can buy some cheap stuff you could use to get to 10 feedback and get the star start.
     
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    Nah mate if you can only list 5 items (I assume it's your case as you have 0 feedback) just scrape stuff manually and monitor them manually.

    Once you hit 50 or 100, then consider an automation software. Otherwise you'll just be throwing money away. Not worth it.
     
  14. grafx77

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    That is correct. I recommend having at least 50 items sold under your belt before utilizing any sort of automation software. With that being said I highly recommend http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/misc/815223-profit-spy-worlds-most-powerful-ebay-amazon-arbitrage-tool-overnight-profits.html for those who are looking to cut out a substantial amount of product research from the retail arbitrage process, which is the #1 reason why so many people fail with retail arbitrage (lack of time to find the correct items to resell).

    It also has all the functions of the tool mentioned by the OP, but includes additional features which you will not receive from other retail arbitrage (drop shipping) services.
     
  15. auraita

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    take a look at also "Aura Profit Hunter" :)
     
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    Op has done a great job by posting this...
     
  17. Darren9682

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    All this does is look at what you've sold in the past and lets you know if somewhere has it cheaper than you previously sold it for before. Doesn't look for new items to source.