Retail arbitrage is a fairly simple concept. A retail store (such as Walmart, Target, etc.) sells a product (either online or in-store) for a certain price. You purchase that product and sell it for a higher price yourself and pocket the profit.
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And again, misleading and simplistic. The issue that new retailers/importers have is that they simply do not usually KNOW when a Chinese company is producing products that infringe upon intellectual property rights because it’s so rampant, and somewhat accepted, to do so in China. So his concern is a very valid one that I completely understand. The risk of importing a product that is infringing is something that people should be aware of, especially in certain niches.
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In other words, spend your $3500 on testing products and working with FBA and that’ll be all the training you need. I guess I don’t really understand what training is going to do for most people? Find a product opportunity