Inventory is in “retail ready” condition with no cosmetic defects, imperfections, dents, scratches, or signs of wear and tear. Merchandise should be in original manufacturer packaging, still factory sealed, and has never been opened or used.
Shelf pulls are items that were originally on the shelf for sale in a retail store but have been pulled for liquidated. They are typically new and have never been used
Shelf pulls should be in good selling condition and may have some of the following features:
New overstocks are items that have not been on the selling floor. Often referred to as closeouts, these items can emerge from retailers, importers, manufacturers or distributors who are shutting down or have discontinued or surplus items in their warehouse that they need to move.
Overstock merchandise should have the following characteristics:
Inventory has likely failed a technical functionality and/or physical condition test. The packaging may be in various states including: opened, distressed and/or missing. There may be essential components, accessories, or documentation that is missing.
Salvage merchandise may contain some functional parts that may be combined with other salvage components to create working units. Warranties are not valid on salvage products. Product is sold “AS IS” with no guarantee of cosmetic and operational condition.
Merchandise has been returned by a customer through a retail storefront, manufacturer, website, and/or a distribution center. The packaging may be new, opened, distressed and/or missing. Essential components, accessories or documentation may be missing. Warranties are not valid on salvage products. Product is sold “AS IS” with no guarantee of cosmetic and operational condition.