B-Stock is pleased to have partnered with Best Buy to launch Best Buy Liquidation Auctions. This B2B liquidation marketplace will give qualified business buyers direct access to bulk quantities of customer-returned and overstock appliances including: stoves, washers/dryers, refrigerators, and dishwashers.

The products available on the marketplace will are being offered in LTL and truckload quantities. Conditions range from unused/overstock to distressed-quality customer returns; they are being sold as-is with no warranty. For more details and to register to bid, please visit the marketplace at: https://bestbuy.bstock.com/

B-Stock is pleased to provide a direct channel for US-based business buyers to purchase merchandise from the leader provider of technology products, services and solutions, with no liquidator or middleman involvement.

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"B-Stock helped me buy top quality liquidated inventory and maximize my profit margin. I can't recommend them more!"

Karen Smith, Business Owner

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