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Matthias Mazur:

With all the rubbish running on the internet, with all cons sitting behind their computers just waiting for another bait to arrive, finding a good a wholesale supplier nowadays is like looking for a needle in a haystack.

And the big problem when you finally get a hold of some links to wholesale websites is that most of the time, those links are probably broken, or selling old products that nobody wants anymore.

You see, what happens most of the time when you’re looking for wholesale suppliers on the internet, is that you’ll probably land on a web page selling you some information on a wholesale “list”.

But in reality, the only thing you get from a wholesale “list” is a bunch of links. Oh, and in case you were wondering how wholesale lists are made, here is an example:

First the creator finds a web directory, let’s say a toy directory.

What he does next is copy some links from the directory and sell them to you. That is how easy it is to make a wholesale list.

The one thing the wholesale list creator never includes in the wholesale list is where he got his information from in the first place. The creator chooses to keep that part a secret, therefore the info he’s actually selling isn’t worth much more than dust.

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Originally posted by Ty Tribble on December 26, 2006 in Ideas.


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