Wal-Mart and Sam's Club both use separate contractors to sell their salvage goods. Through our extensive experience in the industry, we have located and developed relationships with both of these exclusive contractors. Let me tell you from hours of wasted time that calling either Wal-Mart or Sam's Club and trying to ascertain these contacts is nearly impossible.
Now, I've created the SURPLUS POWER PROGRAM that contains the information you need in order to buy salvage, surplus, customer returns, closeouts, and otherwise distressed merchandise from the largest retailer in the world! You won't spend hours trying to locate the best broker or determine if you are getting the best price. Instantly you can catch up to the most seasoned surplus veterans!
With my information you will be able to purchase this merchandise from 10% to 30% of the original wholesale - just pennies on the dollar! And you'll never pay a brokerage fee again! If you use this merchandise only to purchase one pallet of merchandise you'll save yourself from $100-$1,000 just on one single wholesale purchase!
This is not some generic wholesale guide
This information contains the actual contacts for the contractors who handle both Wal-Mart and Sam's Club merchandise.
The SURPLUS POWER PROGRAM includes:
Full contact information for the Wal-Mart surplus contractor including contacts within the company, address, telephone numbers, web site address, and e-mail addresses.
Full contact information for the Sam's Club surplus contractor including sales representatives listing, address, telephone numbers, web site address, and e-mail addresses.
My "What To Expect" guide to purchasing surplus and salvage from Wal-Mart and Sam's Club. I promise this will take all the shocking and expensive surprises out of this game!
A listing of the different commodities and categories of product that are available from both Wal-Mart and Sam's Club and what you should expect to pay for each of them.
Details on which commodities and categories are the best money makers on eBay, Amazon.com, Yahoo.com and other online auctions.
Which products to purchase if you want to sell at flea markets, garage sales, fund raisers or swap meets.
Descriptions of the individual commodities including clothing, jewelry, sundries, general merchandise, collectables, electronics, collectables, media (DVD's/Software), and more.
Processing tips to help you make the most of your time once you start purchasing.
Shortcuts and hits that allow you get from purchase to profit as quickly as possible.
Freight company contact information from full 18-wheeler trailers to a single pallet delivery to your home. Who to chose and what you need to know.
PLUS! As a special bonus.....
Contact information for the TOP 8 Surplus/Salvage trade magazines and rags. Again, nearly impossible to find unless you know where to look.
The 9 laws of the Surplus and Salvage business you need to know before doing ANY salvage business!
The 6 rules of processing for salvage for profits.
This information is worth thousands!
The information contained in my package has literally cost tens of thousands of dollars to acquire. This is not information I heard - this is hands-on experience. I charge $250 per hour or more to do private consulting for those in the salvage industry - you can only imagine what this information cost in a normal setting - $1,000, $1,500, $2,500 or more!
Wal-Mart, Sam's Club and Sam's Wholesale Club are registereds trademark of Wal-Mart Stores Inc.
This website/information is not endorsed or condoned by Wal-Mart.
This information is intended for educational purposes only. Copyright 2004 by John T Clark. All rights reserved.