What is Today-Liquidation.com?

A new site popped up on my radar this week, called Today-Liquidation.com. There are a lot of people wondering if they are legit or if they are a scam. Their site says they sell general products online “at wholesale prices”. [The remainder of this post has been rewritten after finding new information about this “company”.]

It appears they’re using scammy payment terms to steal your money. In my opinion, you should stay away from Today-Liquidation.com and stay away from the GreenDot MoneyPak. If you managed to pay via credit card, try to get a refund as soon as possible. If you used a GreenDot MoneyPak, beat up GreenDot until they return your money. Otherwise, see below for a link to their Better Business Bureau information. File complaints relentlessly until they listen.

If you’ve done business with this company or know anything about them, please let us know how it went. Has anyone received products from Today-Liquidation???

*** Update ***

Buyer Beware!
Based on the comments below, it looks like this might not be a company you want to buy from. One reason is that they only accept Green Dot Money Pak for payment. This is a very difficult payment type for the buyer (you) to get a refund from. Another, is that the contact information doesn’t seem to check out, and the links to their social media profiles simply point to the home pages of those sites. (Twitter, Facebook, etc…) Read some of the comments below and be sure to do some additional research if you still intend to purchase from them.

Check out our post about GreenDot MoneyPak for more information regarding the MoneyPak, including Better Business Bureau information.

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Hot Deals at Liquidation.com

I know I’m always pimping Liquidation.com, but so far they’re one of my favorite resources for wholesale merchandise.? Free to get started.? No commitments.? It’s almost as easy as Ebay, but with the intent of buying things to make money.

Liquidation.com has a Hot Deals section where they list the auctions that are ending soon.

One product that stood out was the Stix 400 game. While it’s getting mixed reviews as a Wii remote knockoff for your PC, there seems to be a market for them. (ie. anyone not fortunate enough to have a real Wii yet) I’ve seen the Stix 400 version online for $20 to $40. At this moment the bidding is at $175 for 96 of them. (ie. a pretty good price) They also make a Stix 100 and Stix 200, but both of those got very negative reviews from gamers.

Before you buy anything from Liquidation.com, always make sure to check the condition of the product. It will be labeled, New, Returns, Shelf Pulls, or Salvage depending on the source of the merchandise.

Take a look at Liquidation.com’s Hot Deals as soon as you get a chance.