Appleinbulk.com is proud to announce the buy & trade program.
ATT: Suppliers, Sellers, Vendors, Corporate and International Buyers...
Appleinbulk.com is now accepting new products to sell through our worldwide website and target markets. We are currently buying Apple products and all other types of consumer electronics. We specialize in Apple products and mobile phones. All other products and consumer electronics will also be considered depending on price and quantity.
Our buy & trade program allows you to submit your products for us to sell and use our worldwide exposure to increase both party sales. Our other buy options that may be available based on your criteria is our direct corporate buy. Direct corporate buy means you are a supplier looking to sell your products to us. If you have a product of interest to our organization we will offer direct buy options. Our inventory buyers are available anytime during business hours to assist you in setting up your buy program. We usually look for net 30 or consignment options. If you agree on net 30 or consignment options on your products, this will increase your application approval.
International Vendors or Suppliers:
Our buy & trade programs may work differently because of certain import laws and requirements. Please contact our customer service department to obtain further details on our international buy or trade options and policies. Feel free to call or email us at any time during normal business hours. If you are emailing us, please indicate the status of your request in the "Subject Line". Please be as specific as possible in your email. Descriptions, photos, pricing, and quantity you can supply etc. Based on the type of product it may be unless it is not branded or trademarked may be cleared and approved right away.
How our trade program works:
Appleinbulk.com offers a pretty cool option for sellers, suppliers or vendors to trade in certain types of electronics. We mainly look to trade Apple products of all types. New, used & refurbished goods. If you have products that you would like to trade in, there are a few things you may want to look for in your product before approaching us:
1) Products must NOT be reported in stolen or lost. (Products will be verified before clearing and entering our inventory database.) Anything lost or reported stolen will not be admitted and not accepted into our product database for sale. If you are trying to submit a product that has been reported lost or stolen, this will affect the consideration of any application to work with us in the future.
2) Products must be in Grade A or B condition. (If the products are used or refurbished, our inventory director will need additional inspection time.)
3) Products make or model must be with in at least 0 - 15 months of its release date.
4) Products must come with all user manuals, instructions booklets, cables, cords, USB cables and all necessary accessories of the original purchase. (Some situations may be exceptional depending on the product.)
*Consignment is the act of consigning, which is placing a person or thing in the hand of another, but retaining ownership until the goods are sold or person is transferred. This may be done for shipping.
*Net 30 is a form of trade credit which specifies that the net amount (the total outstanding on the invoice) is expected to be payment received in full 30 days after the goods are dispatched by the seller, or 30 days after the service is completed. Net 30 terms are often coupled with a credit for early payment; e.g. the notation "2% 10, net 30" indicates that a 2% discount can be taken by the buyer only if payment is received in full within 10 days of the dispatch of the goods, and that full payment is expected within 30 days. For example, if "$1000 2/10 net 30" is written on a bill, the buyer can take a 2% discount ($1000 x .02 = $20) and make a payment of $980 within 10 days.
Net 30 is a term that most business and municipalities (federal, state and local) use in the United States. Legally speaking Net 30 means that buyer will pay seller in full on or before the 30th calendar day (including weekends and holidays) of when the Goods were dispatched by the Seller or the Services were fully provided. Transit time is included when counting the days, i.e. a purchase in transit for 7 days before receipt has just 23 additional days until payment is due to the seller. Net 30 payment terms typically have an interest penalty for not meeting these terms and they begin accruing on the 31st day after dispatch.
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