Liquidation.com has received a less than warm welcome from the readers of our wholesale blog, according the comments in our previous review of Liquidation.com. Nonetheless, I’m still on the search for someone that has had a fantastic experience with them.
I’d like everyone to check out this video and let us know what you think. The video portrays Liquidation.com as a great source of wholesale HDTVs. One guy bought 6 LCD TVs for $1300 and expects to resell them for $1800 each. Is this possible with the prices and selection at Liquidation.com? I would love to hear from someone that has visited one of their warehouses. As always, I’m trying to give Liquidation.com a fair review. However, all of the comments on our previous review told of horrible experiences or average experiences where the customer was able to break even. I have yet to hear a real success story, but I am optimistic. I can’t believe that a publicly traded company (Liquidity Services – LQDT) can be as terrible as everyone is saying and still be in business. According to the Better Business Bureau (BBB), Liquidity Services Inc has a B+ rating and they are BBB accredited. It looks like they have about 100 complaints per year, but most of those get resolved. If you’ve been burned by Liquidation.com, you may have some success if you file a formal complaint with the Better Business Bureau. Here’s a link to Liquidation.com’s BBB report. They show lots of customers leaving happily with their fully functional merchandise. Does this video accurately portray your experience with Liquidation.com?
If interested, Liquidation.com is having a huge open box HDTV sale.