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DirectLiquidation.com Gears Up for Summers High Volume of Smartphone Sales

Top Online Private Marketplace Includes Multiple Pallets of Smartphones and Invites Liquidators and Wholesalers to Buy Them in Preparation for the Upcoming High Sales Season

MIAMI, FL--(Marketwired - July 02, 2014) - With the arrival of July, DirectLiquidation.com has started collecting and offering a wide number of pallets containing smartphones from different brands. This is to satisfy the upcoming surge in smartphone sales in summer.

According to the company's spokesperson, summer is the perfect season for buying smartphones. This is because many head out for summer vacations and require smartphones to guide them around new destinations and provide access to important information like the meanings of foreign words. In addition, summer is the perfect buying season since many mobile service providers tend to provide exclusive SIM card deals that offer great savings on call and data services.

"Over the past two years, smartphone sales recorded an all time high during summer. This was surprising, especially considering the fact that new models usually arrive in the market by fall. However, refurbished smartphones are popular because people want a quick fix for a low price until they get their hands on a new model. So why shouldn't our wholesalers cater to that need before their competitors?"

To help liquidation and wholesale sellers, DirectLiquidation.com has added four smartphone pallets during the first half of June.

  1. 103 Units of Assorted Manufacturer & Model Smart Phones - This pallet includes a variety of smartphones like Nokia Lumia, Blackberry, HTC Droid and LG Optimus Showtime. Their conditions vary between refurbished grades A and B.
  2. 239 Units of Samsung Galaxy, LG Rumor, LG Lucid Smart Phones - This pallet includes 239 models from the Samsung Galaxy, LG Rumor, and LG Lucid lines. Each has been refurbished and given a Grade A rating to highlight its quality.
  3. 26 Units of Apple iPhones - While 'Tested and Not Working', this collection of different iPhones can be fixed with basic technical skills or sold off to a secondary market for profit.
  4. 1110 Units of Mobile Phones - Containing a wide range of smartphones from Blackberry, Samsung and Nokia, this pallet also includes 'Tested and Not Working' items. Again, these are still easy to fix, but sellers have a choice to sell them off to secondary marketplaces.

For more information on these lots, please visit DirectLiquidation.com's Availability List at http://www.directliquidation.com/availability-list/.

About DirectLiquidation.com 
Bridging the gap between buyers and sellers and ultimately helping sellers increase recoveries on customer returns, end of life product and overstocks while, at the same time, helping sellers purchase that very same product at an attractive price. By providing analytics tools that are not easily available to small businesses, DirectLiquidation.com offers every available category of product within a specific industry and brings together retailers, manufacturers, liquidators, exporters, refurbishers, recyclers and of course, buyers & sellers. Combined into a single online destination, DirectLiquidation.com will finally eliminate the middleman, and bring buyers and sellers together.

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To get in touch with DirectLiquidation, please use the following information: 
Phone Number: 1-855-TRG-TRG1 
Email address: sales (at) therecongroup (dot) com

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