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Top Wholesale Suppliers for eBay and Amazon Sellers

By Kadar Khan

We look at the best US and UK wholesaler suppliers and wholesale directories, highlighting the largest and most reputable sites for wholesale sourcing.

Top Wholesale Suppliers for eBay and Amazon Sellers

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Cody Stallard

Another good source would be a company called The Wholesale Forums (

They have been running for nearly 13 years and act as a source of networking and information for those in the industry. The Wholesale Forums is also a marketplace for wholesalers, traders & buyers.

The Wholesale Forums have a strict verification process for those wanting to advertise as a supplier on their site, and do not charge a fee to be a listed in their directory.


Replying to Cody Stallard

Hi Cody,

Thanks for adding it to the list.

Lynne Norris

When speaking of Big Lots, you say, “You have to contact the official distributors and obtain a license to sell the brand, and most companies won’t issue one to online sellers. This is where Big Lots comes in. The company sells both in the US and Canada, with stocks sourced from a broad range of retail closeouts.” My question is, what does one have to do with the other? Amazon in particular has made it clear that just because you own an item does not mean you have the right to sell it without brand owner approval. In what way… Read more »


Replying to Lynne Norris

Hi Lynne,

You are right that some brand names cannot be sold on Amazon without proper authorisation. However, it does not apply to all brand names. My suggestion would be to check for any restricted item before buying on Biglots. Here is a very helpful list of restritcted items for Amazon sellers.

Lynne Norris

Thank you!

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