- Amazon doesn't like it!
- You risk losing your eBay and/or Amazon accounts
- Products run out of stock
- Buyers request refunds
- Buyers hate discovering it was cheaper on Amazon
- In general the margins are too skinny
- Folks don't like its MLM approach
Now that we covered the problem there is a solution. In fact, it's a very profitable solution and you won't run afoul of eBay's or Amazon's policies.
Ironically, the new solution, (developed by Jeffrey Blake of YourHappyClients.com), was buried in a policy change by eBay.
You see eBay's new digital policy change requires anyone selling digital products via an auction to deliver the files as a "physical" product by mail.
Of course there are digital items that you cannot sell on eBay.
MP3 music copied from a CD you own or recorded at a concert
EBooks you don't own the copyright to and aren't authorized to resell by the owner, the owner's authorized agent, or the law
Songs you bought from iTunes
Movies you copied from DVDs you own
Video games you copied from the original CDs
PDF files of product manuals or user guides that you don't own the copyright of or you aren't authorized to resell by the owner, the owner's authorized agent, or the law
Online gaming accounts or artifacts such as characters, currency, or other items in any format
If you want to sell a digital product (eBook, mp3, or video file) that you own in an auction you must satisfy the sale by sending the digital product via mail (USPS, UPS, FedEx, etc.).
You cannot send the digital product as a download via a URL link. In fact, eBay suggests that you include the following statement in your auction:
"I will send this eBook by postal mail. Sending it by email or by any other digital delivery method is not allowed and violates eBay policy."
Many sellers are frowning on the new policy. Some are trying to send digital files as URL download links via eBay's messaging system. But eBay has gotten wise!
And many sellers, who disobey this new policy, are having their accounts suspended.
Yet, abiding by the new policy opens up a new vista of cash flow for enterprising entrepreneurs with the YHC approach.
The beauty of this new approach is that you can avoid:
- Endless hours sourcing items at flea markets, Goodwill, Salvation Army, etc.
- Avoid standing in those long lines
- Get back all of that wasted space in your home (or garage) with items that haven't sold
- Spending money on private labeling in hopes that your product will catch on
- Saving a fortune in buying items from Wal-Mart, Big Lots, Ollie's, etc.
- Freeing up your time to actually enjoy working online again.
The folks at YHC just released this new product and you can use it to easily make a hundred dollars a day (or more):