How To Make Big Money On eBay Selling Other People’s Stuff

Since eBay launched the Trading Assistant program last year, over 50,000 eBay sellers have registered as Trading Assistants to help other people sell their goods on eBay.

As a result, eBay consignment businesses have sprung up all over the United States and are now starting to appear in Germany and the UK.

Consider this:

There are 35 million users on eBay’s US site and 50 million users of eBay’s international sites and that number grows every day.
Even with those numbers, there are still millions of people who know very little about eBay or are afraid to try it.

There are millions more who know about eBay, but just don’t have the time or inclination to sell items themselves.

Hundreds of people in your very own neighborhood have tons of things lying around the house that would sell on eBay, but they don’t have the time or know-how to get them listed and sold. This means opportunity for you.

Time To Start Your Own eBay Consignment Business

As we’ve discussed many times before, the biggest problem eBay sellers have is finding merchandise at a low enough price to sell on eBay.

With an eBay Consignment Business, people give you merchandise to sell with no risk on your part. You auction the goods on eBay and pay the consignor (the person who gave you the goods) the proceeds of the sale less your commission and fees.

If something doesn’t sell, you simply return the item to the consignor.

If you can find people to consign goods to you, then you have created an unstoppable money machine.

How Much Can You Earn?

eBay consignment professionals charge fees ranging from 10% on very high priced items up to 40% on consignment items that sell for less than a few hundred dollars.

One business in the San Francisco Bay area charges 40% and is successfully closing hundreds of auctions per week.
Another business in Florida has been so successful they are franchising their system for $15,000.
Done correctly, this business has no risk and low start-up costs, yet can produce thousand of dollars of income per year for you and your family.
If you are interested in starting your own eBay Consignment Business I highly recommend that you learn how to do it right.

You don’t want to wing it or learn as you go because that will cost you time, money, and countless mistakes.

Here’s the only resource I recommend for starting an eBay Consignment Business:

“How To Start & Run an eBay Consignment Business” by eBay Expert, Trainer, and Powerseller Skip McGrath.

Skip has been selling on eBay almost since day one and is a member of “The eBay Elite,” an organization representing the top 500 sellers on eBay.

“How To Start & Run an eBay Consignment Business” will teach you the correct way to start and run what Skip calls, “the perfect eBay business.”

“How To Start & Run an eBay Consignment Business” is not an e-Book or a CD.

It is a 200 page, three-pound, step-by-step, printed instruction manual that is delivered to your door bound in a custom binder and contains everything you need to start and run a professional eBay consignment business.

Skip not only shows you the steps to start your business, he also provides all the sales and contract materials you will need to get started.

Skip includes pre-written classified ads, posters and flyers, blank forms to record inventory and calculate fees and the all-important consignment contract.

Skip has even created a CD with all the documents, blank forms, advertising posters and sales letters in Microsoft Word files, so you can customize them with your information and print them out.

Once you start your business, “How to Start & Run An eBay Consignment Business will show you how to grow it into a full-time enterprise that can make thousands of dollars per year.

A properly written consignment agreement (contract) is critical to the success of your business and Skip has spent a substantial sum of money in legal fees to construct the perfect consignment agreement. This agreement is included with your purchase of the

The consignment agreement alone is worth more than the cost of the manual. It would cost you several hundred dollars in legal fees just to create a basic agreement.

Skip is also known for putting his money where his mouth is.

That’s why “How to Start & Run An eBay Consignment Business” comes with a 90-day, NO QUESTIONS ASKED, ironclad money-back

Skip will refund not only the cost of the book, but your shipping charge as well. That’s an unheard of guarantee.

If you think an eBay Consignment Business might be your key to online success, check out Skip’s manual now.

“How To Start & Run an eBay Consignment Business”