Here is a new inventory liquidation blog that provides samples of how inventory liquidation has traditionally been handled. That is, the terribly inefficient process of brokers sending out inventory lists to their networks with prices all marked up from what they either paid or believe they will pay if they sell it to someone else first.
You will see offers for everything from iPhones to dollar store junk.
You might find this interesting if you are exploring this market for the first time. These are the type of offers you should always avoid. Without exception, these are deals that have made the rounds to thousands of others. They are always coming from middlemen who have layered on a markup or two or three.