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Amazon Launches Auction Marketplace to Liquidate Returns

Amazon Liquidation Auctions

Amazon Liquidation AuctionsAmazon has partnered with B-Stock to launch Amazon Liquidation Auctions. The B2B (business-to-business) marketplace will sell bulk quantities of customer returns and overstock merchandise, according to B-Stock’s announcement.

The new marketplace will offer items in conditions that range from new, to light use, to salvage quality. Items will include mixed lots of home goods, apparel, books, consumer electronics, groceries and more.

The blog post also references Amazon Liquidation Auctions Europe.

“As the leading auction platform for returned, excess, and other liquidation inventory, B-Stock is pleased to welcome Amazon to our network of marketplaces and provide U.S. business buyers a direct channel to purchase merchandise from the world’s largest ecommerce company,” B-Stock wrote.

Update 11/1/18: We’ve updated the article to clarify that inventory on the new auction site is purely overstock Amazon merchandise and includes no FBA returns.

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2 thoughts on “Amazon Launches Auction Marketplace to Liquidate Returns”

  1. We have had these auction sites in Parma & Stow, Ohio for over a year now. They handle all Amazon’s returns & you can go on certain days to inspect all the items that are up for auction. Every thing that I have inspected or won on this site had an Amazon return slip. If anyone is interest that lives in these areas here is there web address https://www.onlineliquidationauction.com/

  2. Another site for Amazon to fence all the merchandise stolen by them from small sellers over the years..

    Haven’t we covered this once before?

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