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    i am looking at making my business work and have found a seller who has thousands of items online at anyone time
    he has a 100% feedback and nearly 80,000 sales reviews
    his prices on my worthy spectrum start at a little over £150 but right up at the top of the market at almost £40,000 per listing for jewellery
    it looks good almost too good for the quantity is american so in not made in china junk and there's respectable names like
    Louis vuttion, versace, prada, Cartier, chanel, Rolex, patek philippe, Tiffany and co. amongst a lot of unbranded and lower brand stuff

    personally I'd take on a lower value item to see if its real if it is the scale up and start bulking or just cut my losses and regret spending a little money that be bankrupted on something big due to its massive potential that wasn't

    Hmmm. If things look too good to be true they usually are. Are they listed as legitimate items? They could be knock offs.

    You are protected via Paypal with all purchases you make. Go for it, you willl be fine

    Check the 'real' reviews first and refer to your common sense if you think it will be a good deal or not...

    i dont really trust sellers that sell expensive name brands on ebay, esp if theyre at a lower price.
    a normal person may not know its a knock off either hence the great reviews and the reviews on ebay are more about recieving the item than the actual product
    saying that, surely at least a few thousand people would recognise. so maybe theyre legit.
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