Selling excess and returned inventory into the secondary market is a sustainable and cost-effective approach to inventory reduction, but it does mean you’ll be dealing with multiple bidders and buyers. Since all parties involved will have their own business interests to protect, disagreements are bound to arise from time to time.

That’s exactly why B-Stock’s dispute resolution experts have drawn on their many years of experience to create this handy guide. This resource details the most common buyer complaints and provides practices that sellers can implement to prevent them, helping to build trust in their auctions and save valuable time for everyone.

 

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