How does the liquidation process work?
We generally purchase inventories in bulk, place inventories for sale in our frequent online auctions, and/or arrange the sale of inventories to buyers in our network. Depending on the circumstances, we customize our approach to best meet the needs of each individual client.
What do you buy?
We ordinarily purchase excess inventory arising from closeouts, surplus, overstock, packaging changes, short-coded and close-dated products, discontinued items, Amazon FBA removal orders, over short and damaged (OS&D) shipments, unclaimed freight, abandoned goods, insurance claims, returned merchandise, store closings and bankruptcies.
What don't you buy?
We do not purchase used household furnishings, used office furniture or hazardous materials.
How quickly do you respond to inquiries?
We generally respond within two business days if we are interested in buying your inventory. Please note that due to the high volume of inquiries that we receive, we may not be able to respond promptly or at all to every inquiry. Please feel free to call us for an expedited response.
Where do you operate?
We typically purchase inventories that are warehoused in the New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania area, and actively consider inventories that are located across the country. The goods that we purchase are subsequently auctioned and sold on a nationwide basis to our extensive network of exporters, wholesalers, retailers and online merchants.
Are you open to the public?
We are not open to the public. We only transact with businesses.
What are your business hours?
Visits to our warehouse are scheduled by appointment only.
How can I buy merchandise from you?
Please call us to find out how you can register to bid in our upcoming online auctions. Please note that we never require our buyers to place an upfront deposit with us in order to view our merchandise.