Amazon And Ebay Arbitrage

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Hey guys I see some products where I can buy on amazon then resell on ebay for profit.
My question is when I get an ebay order then I go to amazon to buy the product, if I put my buyer's address info will the buyer see what I paid for the item? thanks
#internet marketing #amazon #arbitrage #ebay
  • Profile picture of the author Alex Blades
    I think so, I buy stuff from Amazon all the time, and it comes with a packing slip.

    Update: Just checked a packing slip and it has the product number and where to return it to. Someone could easily send it back to Amazon for a refund, then file a charge back with the C.C company. Amazon packages come marked and with receipt to the purchase.
  • Profile picture of the author Joint Venture Capital
    so if the buyer see that I paid a much lower price than he paid wouldnt he want a refund then go buy it from amazon himself?

    I wonder if there is a way to hide what I paid. I mean what if I was buying it for someone as a gift. I would not want them to know what I paid for it
  • Profile picture of the author AlexanderBeloev
    Originally Posted by Joint Venture Capital View Post

    Hey guys I see some products where I can buy on amazon then resell on ebay for profit.
    My question is when I get an ebay order then I go to amazon to buy the product, if I put my buyer's address info will the buyer see what I paid for the item? thanks
    Just a suggestion.

    You can resell a lot easier services on eBay. Simply get some service from Fiverr and sell it for profit on eBay.
  • Profile picture of the author Alex Blades
    I wonder if there is a way to hide what I paid. I mean what if I was buying it for someone as a gift. I would not want them to know what I paid for it
    I bought my daughters Christmas gifts from Amazon as a gift, they just put the packing slip in a yellow Amazon envelope
  • Profile picture of the author d84rrv
    Originally Posted by Joint Venture Capital View Post

    Hey guys I see some products where I can buy on amazon then resell on ebay for profit.
    My question is when I get an ebay order then I go to amazon to buy the product, if I put my buyer's address info will the buyer see what I paid for the item? thanks
    There is a whole article here about the eBay amazon arbitrage model by the author of this amazon price tracking site which is quite interesting Huge River Amazon price tracking tool - Articles
  • Profile picture of the author Monsterd
    Very risk method. I've done it before, and the time spent to make it work could be well spent creating a much more stable and profitable concept.

    I just think of the reverse logistics if the item I sold on Amazon, that I sourced post-sale from eBay came in not as described, defective or late how it would mess up my DSR starts or Amazon rating.

    Furthermore, if you drop ship it directly and input their address you lose out on capturing that customer for repeat orders and going directly to your suppliers on eBay. I remember a few customers get pretty pissed too whey they receive a package from some eBay seller with an invoice for a lower amount.

    Even minor, non-infraction complaints from an eBay or Amazon customer or repeat "fruitless claims" have been known to freeze PayPal and suspend Amazon and eBay accounts when an issue does come up.

    I don't know. It just seems like so much work to manage things you're not 100% in control of and doesn't make the best sense for the long haul.
  • Profile picture of the author jeffsolochek
    Check out DSDomination.com it will show you how to successfully buy Amazon and resell on EBay

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