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Outpace Consignment Center coming to Canada! - www.outpaceconsignmentcenter.com

Outpace Consignment Center - www.outpaceconsignmentcenter.com - a leading consignment company in facilitating eBay sales, is set to expand its reach with the opening of 10 new locations across Canada. The company offers a valuable service to individuals who wish to sell their Items on eBay but prefer to delegate the intricate details to professionals. Catering specifically to Items valued at $100 or higher, Outpace Consignment Center provides a hassle-free process for Sellers. Upon visiting one of the storage facilities, Sellers' Items are carefully evaluated and subsequently listed for sale online, all in exchange for a reasonable fee.

Outpace Consignment Center service appeals to people selling items valued at $100 or more on eBay, but can't be bothered handling all the arrangements themselves.

Outpace Consignment Center - www.outpaceconsignmentcenter.com - a leading consignment company in facilitating eBay sales, is set to expand its reach with the opening of 10 new locations across Canada. The company offers a valuable service to individuals who wish to sell their Items on eBay but prefer to delegate the intricate details to professionals. Catering specifically to Items valued at $100 or higher, Outpace Consignment Center provides a hassle-free process for Sellers. Upon visiting one of the storage facilities, Sellers' Items are carefully evaluated and subsequently listed for sale online, all in exchange for a reasonable fee.

Outpace Consignment Center - www.outpaceconsignmentcenter.com- a leading consignment company in facilitating eBay sales, is set to expand its reach with the opening of 10 new locations across Canada.

Outpace Consignment Center, a consignment company headquartered in California, recently revealed plans to establish 10 eBay drop-off consignment facilities across Canada.

This new service specifically targets individuals who are looking to sell Items on eBay with a value of $100 or higher but prefer not to handle the logistical aspects of the process.

Under this arrangement, sellers can conveniently bring their Items to a nearby storage location, where a comprehensive assessment of the item is conducted.

Outpace Consignment Center offers a comprehensive range of services to ensure a seamless selling experience. Once in possession of the Item, Outpace Consignment Center begins by capturing high-quality photographs that showcase its unique features. These images are then utilized to create a compelling advertisement on eBay, providing potential Buyers with a detailed description. Throughout the auction process, they diligently monitors and tracks the progress, keeping a close eye on interested parties and facilitating communication between the Seller and prospective Buyers. This efficient management enables smooth interactions and optimizes the chances of a successful sale. When the Item is sold, Outpace Consignment Center takes charge of packaging it securely, ensuring its safe transportation to the Buyer. Additionally, the company handles all payment processing tasks, streamlining the financial aspect of the Transaction.

In summary, they offers a comprehensive range of services, including professional photography, strategic eBay advertisements, diligent auction tracking, Buyer interaction management, secure packaging, and seamless payment processing. Their expertise and attention to detail make selling Items an effortless and rewarding experience for their clients.

Outpace Consignment Center operates on a commission-based model. Sellers are required to pay a commission based on the Sale Price of their Items. The commission structure is as follows:

• For the first $200 of the sale price, the seller pays a 20% commission.
• For the next $300 (from $201 to $500), the seller pays a 15% commission.
• Any amount exceeding $500 is subject to a 10% commission.

To illustrate this with an example, let's consider a $100 Item sold by a Seller. After deducting the commissions, the Seller would receive a net amount of $69. Specifically, they would pay a $19 commission to Outpace Consignment Center and a $2 commission to eBay.

Outpace Consignment Center is rapidly expanding its presence in the United States, with numerous locations already established. With contracts in place for the opening of more than 30 facilities across the country, it is poised for further growth. Additionally, the company has ambitious plans to expand its operations internationally, with a projected opening of 10 stores in the United Kingdom. This remarkable expansion solidifies it's position as the premier player in the drop-off consignment industry.

For more information, visit www.outpaceconsignmentcenter.com.

 

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Don Pittis

Business columnist

Don Pittis was a forest firefighter, and a ranger in Canada's High Arctic islands. After moving into journalism, he was principal business reporter for Radio Television Hong Kong before the handover to China. He has produced and reported for the CBC in Saskatchewan and Toronto and the BBC in London. He is currently senior producer at CBC's business unit.

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