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How to Make Money on eBay - The Complete Series - How to Make Money on eBay - cover

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How to Make Money on eBay - The Complete Series - How to Make Money on eBay

Jill b., Jill Bong

Publisher: Jill b.

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Summary

Are you looking to start your own business? Perhaps even your own home based business? 
With eBay you can start your business with practically $0 down and with little to no risk! 
I have made a full time living selling on eBay since 1998. 
This entire "How to Make Money on eBay" series will guide you right from the start - 
From setting up your selling accounts to packing & shipping to customer service and beyond, I will guide you through it all. 
I do not like or advocate wholesaling or garage sale-ing! 
When you're ready to take your business to the next step, "Maximize Profits" will teach you how to lower your risk by taking advantage of retail arbitrage. I discuss in detail how you can get the best resale deals from big box retailers including Staples, Kohl's, Target and even on Amazon! 
Finally, "International Sales" takes selling to the final level - taking advantage of international retail arbitrage. This book covers the risks and rewards, as well as what you can expect when shipping to specific countries like Canada, the UK, Australia and even Brazil.

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