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Wholesale lists. Sustainability question?

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by Dominik, Jul 27, 2011.

  1. Dominik

    Dominik Newbie

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    Hey all,

    Quick intro on myself as I'm quite new here. I've been online since I was about 15 and now I'm 23. Been making money for a long time, quit work to go full time last November and I've had some insane multiple 5 figure weeks and hit all those low points also! Been down the entrepreneurial track, have danced, cried, worked so hard I wanted to die as that's me haha as that's what it takes lol...

    Anyhow, I got a question about eBay. One of the very first things I did online when I was 16 was selling wholesale lists on eBay. I setup my system back then to auto post listings and auto send out the emails. It was 100% on auto pilot and I just had to maintain any stuff ups.

    I was providing real info and as we all know 95% of people do jack all, but I did have a few emails come back to me to say thanks as these people had launched a successful business for the info I provided. I remember a couple told me they ordered a whole container of pocket bikes from china.

    I'm just wondering if anyone knows if this is still sustainable on eBay?

    It has been like 8 years since I did it but there are wholesale lists on eBay today.

    I know the technology for auto posting of listing and delivery of info products has dramatically changed and I was waking up to $500 daily being an 18 year old kid and it was sweet.

    So it's something that could be worth chasing again...

    Thoughts?
     
  2. Dominik

    Dominik Newbie

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    hmmm....

    no one can help? I guess no one does wholesale lists on here then...