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Just intercepted a catastrophe with my second shipment.

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Just intercepted a catastrophe with my second shipment… My supplier sends photos before she sends off the product. My product is supposed to be an assortment of 20, with many different colours. The photos she had sent were of larger bags and sorted into specific colours… I live in Australia, so I have her ship it direct to the amazon warehouse… this would have been a disaster! Thankfully the shipment hadn’t left the country yet, although it had left their warehouse.
Have your supplier send you photos of the product BEFORE they ship it! – particularly if you live in a foreign country.

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good question! nothing at all.. but you have to remember that that they are experts in wholesale… Wholesalers are good at making products in bulk, but aren’t really interested in selling B2C.. They know from the outset that their products are being made for someone else to sell to the customers…. Hope that helps..

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I always ask for photos: 1. products on the table. 2. Products in the boxes open. 3. Boxes closed with shipping labels

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I pay a few extra cents for them to do it for me. I just give them all the labels… Just gotta remember everything is negotiable. I just asked them, how much extra per unit to slap labels on them all then factor that into my equation

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