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TRADE4U takes the headache out of old stock

01 Oct 2007

Got too much stock?  TRADE4U can help convert your inventory into working capital!TRADE4U is an innovative new stock clearance service that has just started up in Auckland & Wellington - aged stock no longer has to be a problem.TRADE4U clears aged, ex-leased, box damaged, or demo stock quickly and effectively using online auctions. The service is available to everyone, but is targeted at distributors, retailers and leasing companies with IT products that are rapidly becoming obsolete. Products are collected, photographed, and loaded online with accurate product descriptions included for all IT products. TRADE4U handles everything with regard to customer questions, payments and delivery, which are time consuming aspects of online training.“We’d been selling ‘stuff’ for friends and family for some time,” said Amit Sharma, Director of TRADE4U, and formerly of Ingram Micro and Renaissance.   “Within recent months it got to the point where it could easily become a full time job.  Then, before we knew it, a couple of businesses approached us when we finally saw the opportunity in the marketplace.”TRADE4U is a licensed second-hand goods dealer, and can purchase aged stock on the spot if it has to go right away. There are no upfront fees; instead an agreed upon commission is charged on the successful sale of the products.  In lieu of sale, products can be donated to charity organisations.TRADE4U specialises in IT equipment and Consumer Electronics. Visit www.TRADE4U.co.nz, or free phone 0508 TRADE4U for more information.TRADE4U collects your goods, sells your goods and sends you the money (less fees).  What could be easier than that?

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