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Used Clothes In Bales Price Suppliers: Second Hand Clothes Wholesale by IsaacBuchi(m): 8:09am On May 11, 2018
TOPIC: Used Clothes In Bales Price Suppliers: Where Can I Buy Bales of Second Hand Clothes


I see lots of business minded people in Nigeria asking series of important questions such as where to buy second hand clothes in bulk, where can I find used clothes in bales price suppliers or where can I get second hand clothes wholesale (second hand clothes online uk) and other questions such as "how can I start the okrika business?".

These people asking (where can i buy bales of second hand clothes) are said to be searching from all across the country (Nigeria) - from Lagos, Abuja, Kaduna, Jos, Onitsha, Enugu, Benin City, Akure, Minna, Oshogbo, Port-harcot, Delta, Akwa-Ibom and lots and lots and lots more.



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I am not only going to show you how to find very good and trusted suppliers in used clothes in bales and their prices, but I will also tell you exactly where to buy second hand clothes in bulk - the best reliable place to buy. So read carefully.

I know these set of people are asking for various reasons, it could be that the person searching is trying to buy, or wanting to just know the price or maybe trying to learn a new business (humans are always learning). Whichever one it is, I can assure you that the "okrika business - second hand clothes wholesale" is truly a profitable one. Because I have witnessed it myself (i mean: I am currently into the second hand clothes business myself, i deal in wholesale), I have also seen people live their lives and earn a huge living from it, I have seen people earning from it and helping other people to survive (such as families and friends).

For those asking lots of questions about "how can I get second hand clothes wholesale", "how can I start the okrika business" or "where can I find used clothes in bales price suppliers" and not getting a solid answer, now here is the sure answer you are looking for.

Question: how can I start the okrika business

Answer: If you want to start the second hand clothes business, you need to first know what it requires financially (in terms of capital to start). That means that you need to know the price range of the items or bales. If you get a knowledge on the price range, then you can check your cash or the cash at hand to see if what you have is enough.

The bale prices, ranges between 40,000 -to- 130,000 Naira worth of bales.

The exact price you would now be thinking about, would then depend on what category of clothes and the grade you want to buy.

When I say category of clothes, I mean for example: Men Shirt (MCSH), Ladies Cotton Dress (LCD), Men's Cotton Pant (MCP), Men Underwear (M Under), Ladies Chiffon Dress (LSD), Ladies T-Shirt (LTS)...etc.

When I talk about the grade of the clothing, I mean (whether GRADE - A or Grade - B) STRONG ADVICE: always go for GRADE - A

I will give you more info in my next post on this Nairaland business thread as I will be making effort to update this post with answers that business people such as you, are always wanting to know.

Please be rest assured that I will be willing to tell you all you need to know about this topic "Used clothes in bales price suppliers: second hand clothes wholesale". I will give you every detail to help you make the right decision now, today or tomorrow. I am actually interested in building a business relationship with each an everyone of you reading this (provided my write-up here was helpful to you).

Follow this link here to get a more detailed explanation on what you need to start and how to start: ==>> Step-By-Step Guide On How To Start Okrika Business <<==



Where Can I Find Used Clothes In Bales Price Suppliers - second hand clothes in bulk

If you are one of those searching for "used clothes in bales price suppliers" or "second hand clothes wholesale", that means you are already have some bit of experience and you just want to go on straight to contact a trusted supplier.

Now, here is a supplier that I recommend for you.


For bales price inquiry – where to buy, how to buy and what to buy; please kindly feel free to contact

Pa-pa: 0811-924-1774

Mondays - Fridays 9:00AM - 5:00PM (please only place a call during the specified business hours)

He has all the current prices you need. He will guide you, so feel free to ask a lot of questions.



You can contact me here: ==> CLICK HERE <==


You can call me anytime to ask questions about anything regarding this topic: "Used clothes in bales price suppliers: second hand clothes in bulk". Any questions you ask, I will answer and if I don't know the right answer to the question you are asking at the moment, then, I will have to find out and get back to you.


I know you could still be among those asking these 9 (nine) important questions:

1. how much is a bale of used clothes in Nigeria 2019

2. second hand clothes wholesale

3. fairly used clothes in nigeria

4. used clothes in bales price suppliers

5. second hand clothes online uk

6. how to start Okrika business

7. where to buy second hand clothes in bulk

8. how many pieces of clothes are in a bale

9. Where Can I Buy Bales of Second Hand Clothes

10. wholesale used clothing in bales


*DO NOT WORRY, ALL ANSWERS YOU URGENTLY NEED ARE COMING VERY SOON...





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Re: Used Clothes In Bales Price Suppliers: Second Hand Clothes Wholesale by murphymakun(m): 8:26am On May 11, 2018
This topic supposed be in front page

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Re: Used Clothes In Bales Price Suppliers: Second Hand Clothes Wholesale by funstufz: 10:33am On May 11, 2018
Nice topic for empowerment.
This will reduce 'lazy youths' in Nigeria...
This is 2018 jare
Re: Used Clothes In Bales Price Suppliers: Second Hand Clothes Wholesale by importexpert(m): 3:35pm On May 12, 2018
bro you are doing a very great job. put in your best and it will surely hit fp by the grace of GOD. God bless your hustle.
Re: Used Clothes In Bales Price Suppliers: Second Hand Clothes Wholesale by LKO(m): 2:08pm On May 13, 2018
IsaacBuchi:
I see lots of business minded people in Nigeria asking such questions as "how much is a bale of used clothes in nigeria".

These people asking are said to be searching from all across the country (Nigeria) - from Lagos, Abuja, Kaduna, Jos, Onitsha, Enugu, Benin City, Akure and lots and lots and lots more.

I know these set of people are asking for various reasons, it could be that the person searching is trying to buy, or wanting to just know the price or maybe trying to learn a new business (humans are always learning). Whichever one it is, I can assure you that the "used clothes in bales" business is truly profitable. Because I have witnessed it myself (i mean: I am currently into the business myself), I have seen people live their lives and earn a huge living from it, I have seen people earning from it and helping other people to survive (such as families and friends).




.



I'm here to learn. Really want to go into this business. Thanks.

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Re: Used Clothes In Bales Price Suppliers: Second Hand Clothes Wholesale by IsaacBuchi(m): 8:06am On May 17, 2018
Hello everyone,

I have put together a piece that could serve as a motivation for those of you contemplating getting newly into the business. But before then, I need to give you update as to what I was busy doing and what you should be expecting soon after this.

UPDATE:

The next piece of content is coming soon after this. Sure! I am putting it together.

So I took some time to take a walk in the market, spoke one-on-one with people selling some items, priced the items so as to get the current pricing. With this current pricing, we will be doing some little realistic calculations in the next post.

You know, before I drop the next write-up on this topic “Used Clothes In Bales Price Suppliers: Okrika Business” I need to get facts, real-live data so as to give you a realistic calculation. I do not want to give you false data.

Well, I also don’t expect my analysis to be 100% accurate and you shouldn’t expect that either (DISCLAIMER!!!).

Now, we want to talk about how long it takes to learn something New.

Some say: It takes 10,000 hours to learn something.

It’s NOT TRUE!

People get good at things with little bit of practice.

If you look at the study of skill acquisition you are going to see over and over and over a graph like this

….***IMAGE 1 (First image below)***…

From the graph researchers say that when you start, it takes a long time but with a little bit of practice you get better and better. So people get good at things just with a little bit of practice.

The interesting thing is that for skills we want to learn we don’t care so much about time, we just care about how good we are (whatever good happens to me).

Now, a different researcher used this curve

….***IMAGE 2 (Second image below)***…

So right here, the graph flips. This is the learning curve, the famous and widely known.

The story of the learning curve says that when you start, you are grossly incompetent and you know it. But with a little bit of practice you get really good really quick. So, that early level of improvement is really fast.

My question now is:

How long does it take from starting something and being grossly incompetent (and knowing it) to being reasonably good?

The answer:

Hopefully, a short period of time as possible. 20 hours. That’s it!

The Truth Is: You can go from knowing nothing about any skill that you can think of… want to learn a language, want to learn how to draw, want to learn a business, want to learn the “Okrika Business"?

If you put 20 hours of focused deliberate practice into that thing you will be astounded (astounded) at how good you are.

20 hours is doable, that’s about 45 minutes a day for about a month even with skipping a couple of days here and there. 20 hours isn’t that hard to accumulate.

NOW, there is a method to doing this, it’s not like you can just start fiddling around for about 20 hours and expect this massive improvement. There is a way to practice intelligently, there is a way to practice efficiently that will make sure that you invest those 20 hours in the most effective way that you possibly can.

And here is the method, it applies to anything:

1. Deconstruct the skill: decide exactly what you want to do and then look into the skill and then break it down into smaller pieces. The more you can break apart the skill the more you are able to decide what is the part of the skill that will actually help me get to what I want? And then you can practice those first. If you practice the most important things first you will be able to improve your performance and the least amount of time possible.

2. Learn enough to self-correct: get the resources about what you want to learn, but don’t use those as a way to procrastinate on practice by saying you must finish all the courses before you get started. What you want to do is to learn just enough that you can actually practice and self-correct or self-edit as you practice. So the learning becomes a way of getting better at noticing when you are making a mistake and then doing something a little different.

3. Remove barriers to practice: all of these things that get in the way of you actually siting down and doing the work. And the more you are able to use just a little bit of will power to remove the distraction keeping you from practicing, the more likely you are to actually sit down and practice.

4. Practice at least 20 hours: most skills have the part called the frustration barrier. You know the “grossly-incompetent-and-knowing-it-part”? That’s really frustrating. We don’t like to feel stupid. And feeling stupid is a barrier to us actually sitting down and doing the work. So by pre-committing to practicing whatever it is you want to do for at least 20 hours you would be able to over-come that initial frustration barrier and stick with the practice long enough to actually reap the rewards.

That’s it, it’s not rocket science.

These are the 4 various step you can use to learn anything. Pretty much anything you can think of…What do you want to do? Anything at all.

The major barrier to learning something new is not intellectual, it’s emotional… we are scared… feeling stupid doesn’t feel good in the beginning of learning anything new.

So the major barrier is not intellectual…it’s emotional…

but put 20 hours in anything
...it doesn’t matter what.

What do you want to learn?
Want to learn a language? Want to learn to cook? Want to learn to draw? Want to learn the “Okrika Business"? What do you want, go out and do that thing, it only takes 20 hours.

Have fun!

Re: Used Clothes In Bales Price Suppliers: Second Hand Clothes Wholesale by IsaacBuchi(m): 11:43am On May 31, 2018
So finally, the long awaited piece of content is here. I was awaiting this piece of content too. Well I don’t think it’s going to be much of a piece.

I will try to make it very concise and extremely straight to the point; and most importantly, very well detailed as much as I can go.

As I mentioned in the last post, I took some time to get real life data so we could be making some few realistic calculations today.

Here are some of the major points we will be discussing right here in this post:

How many pieces of clothes are in a bale
• How much can you make from the “fairly used clothes in bales” business
• Wholesale market in lagos
• Business ideas in nigeria with low capital
• How much is a 100kg bale of first grade okrika
• Where can I buy top quality bales

• Where to find Used Clothes In Bales Price Suppliers
• How to start the Okrika Business


Okay, so before we proceed, I’d like to mention that while surfing through the internet; I came across a statement that someone else made about the fairly used clothe business. She said: “The hot business that can fetch you good cash /profit with little or no stress is " FAIRLY USED CLOTHES BUSINESS"!”

Is she right? Is she saying the truth? Or was she just trying to make a sale?

Well, well, well…. I wouldn’t just want to jump right in to support her. Let us first talk about some few things; we would get back to this part later on.

So let’s refresh our memory about the “fairly used clothes in bales” business.

Used clothes usually come in bales (a sealed transparent sack filled with fairly used quality clothes). There are bales coming from different countries such as Germany, UK, China and others.

In our store, we previously dealt on Germany and UK bales but we at some point noticed that customers are more in a rush to buy the China bales (because China is taking over the market and their bales are selling out faster). So some few years ago after studying the market, we completely switched all our current items on sale to only China bales.

China bales are big bales of 90kg – 100kg (almost a double of the Germany and UK bales of 55kg). The China bales are in transparent nylon covers, so the customer can easily see a preview of the item he/she is buying.

Some call the “fairly used clothes in bales” business a blind business. But with the transparent nylon cover that comes with the China bales, it reduces the idea of having to buy completely blind.

Note, please that in this business, you want to deal with someone or a company you know you can trust, someone who is ready to listen to you, solve whatever problem that might come up and make you smile all the time.

Now, let’s go straight to answering some few important questions.

How many pieces of clothes are in a bale?

Answer:-
A bale of 55kg usually comes with about 350 –to- 400 pieces of clothes inside. So, for a bale of 95kg (100kg), you get almost a double of 55kg. We would not be too specific with the exact quantity of pieces inside the bales, as the bales are being weighted in Kg.


How much can you make from the “fairly used clothes in bales” business?

Answer:-
In this business, if well informed and well guided (with some little tested experience), you can “possibly” make a double (but please do not quote me, I said possibly). For a new comer or a starter in the business, your goal is not to make double of your money; your goal should be to make anything between 10% -to- 50% gain.


Calculation Time:-

We are going to use the worst-case scenario for all our calculations here.

Let’s say you are in the line of Men T-Shirt (round/collar neck). For a big bale of 90kg (100kg), it is sold sometimes between 95,000 -to- 100,000 naira. But you ended up buying it at the price of 105,000 naira at the moment (maybe you couldn’t get this particular bale for a good price of 100,000 naira).

We mentioned above that you get almost a double of 55kg pieces; which is likely between 600 -to-750 pieces. But, let’s assume we only found 550 pieces of clothes inside the big bale (worst case scenario).

Last time, I bought a collar neck T-Shirt for 600 naira at Ikeja Rail-Way, Oshodi Express. But let us use 500 naira (maybe your place is cheaper than Ikeja Lagos).

So, here it is:

Cost of big bale for Men T-Shirt = 105,000
Pieces of clothes inside = 550 pieces
Selling price = 500

Remember, we are using the worst case scenario because we want to be realistic. And I don’t want to over promise you reading this post, so that you don’t get disappointed along the line.

We are not going to sell all the 550 pieces at the price of 500 naira. If not you will get a very high number of (550 x 500 = 275, 000 naira). No business is that so amazingly perfect.

So, out of the 550 pieces you have, maybe you only sell 200 pieces at the price of 500 naira.

200 pieces x 500 naira = 100,000 naira.

You are, then, left with only 350 pieces of clothing to sell. Out of the 350 pieces left, you sell 150 pieces for only 250 naira.

150 pieces x 250 naira = 37,500 naira

So, you are finally left with only 200 pieces of clothes. And let’s assume the last 200 pieces were not good enough, you just sold them off for only a horrible 100 naira.

200 pieces x 100 naira = 20,000 naira

That means, you have gotten a turn-over of 100,000 + 37,500 + 20,000 = 157,000 naira.

When you deduct your capital of 105,000 naira (cost of buying the bale), what will remain in your bank account will be only a small-chicken-change of 52,000 naira.

157,000 – 105,000 = 52,000 naira (a worst case scenario profit of 50%).

We just used a worst case scenario and we made about 50% gain. Now imagine you fasten your belt and go into the market, then, carefully put in some effort to do this business with some little tested experience. How much do you think you can make? Do the calculation for yourself!

Now, we will talk about people who do not have 100,000 to start.

Maybe you only have 40,000 –to- 50,000 naira.

Yes, there are big bales of 90kg within that price range. They are:

Ladies Three Quarter
Ladies Bum Short (sexy short)

If you buy Ladies Bum Short for 50,000 naira. And you only found 600 pieces inside the bale. And you decide to sell all of them for only a stupid 150 naira (hundred and fifty naira).

600 pieces x 150 naira = 90,000 naira (so you get a stupid profit of 30,000 naira as worst-case scenario).





….to be continued!


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Re: Used Clothes In Bales Price Suppliers: Second Hand Clothes Wholesale by IsaacBuchi(m): 11:45am On May 31, 2018
importexpert:
bro you are doing a very great job. put in your best and it will surely hit fp by the grace of GOD. God bless your hustle.

Thank you for the motivation Affiliate Jagaban.

Respect!!!
Re: Used Clothes In Bales Price Suppliers: Second Hand Clothes Wholesale by IsaacBuchi(m): 11:46am On May 31, 2018
murphymakun:
This topic supposed be in front page

Thanks for the support!
Re: Used Clothes In Bales Price Suppliers: Second Hand Clothes Wholesale by IsaacBuchi(m): 11:46am On May 31, 2018
funstufz:
Nice topic for empowerment.

This will reduce 'lazy youths' in Nigeria...

This is 2018 jare

Thank you! Greatly appreciate.
Re: Used Clothes In Bales Price Suppliers: Second Hand Clothes Wholesale by IRIENBOY(m): 3:07pm On May 31, 2018
Good biz
Re: Used Clothes In Bales Price Suppliers: Second Hand Clothes Wholesale by IsaacBuchi(m): 10:53pm On Jun 01, 2018
IRIENBOY:
Good biz

Trust me.

You don't want to miss out on this one.
Re: Used Clothes In Bales Price Suppliers: Second Hand Clothes Wholesale by ariyebaba(m): 5:44pm On Jun 03, 2018
Good job Isaac
will contact u soon
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Re: Used Clothes In Bales Price Suppliers: Second Hand Clothes Wholesale by lade007(m): 7:05am On Jun 06, 2018
IsaacBuchi:


Trust me.

You don't want to miss out on this one.

Hello bro...good morning.i am a direct importer of used clothing bales of quality sorting from Germany and also baby diapers. I can supply as much as 2 40ft container in a month. Would be nice if we can do business together. You will get the best price ever
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Re: Used Clothes In Bales Price Suppliers: Second Hand Clothes Wholesale by mrjaybaba(m): 3:11pm On Jun 24, 2018
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Re: Used Clothes In Bales Price Suppliers: Second Hand Clothes Wholesale by Bograd83(f): 7:47pm On Jun 24, 2018
Thanks for the info,..,.
What about shoe.
Re: Used Clothes In Bales Price Suppliers: Second Hand Clothes Wholesale by slickmalic: 10:18am On Jul 17, 2018
IsaacBuchi:
Hello everyone,

I have put together a piece that could serve as a motivation for those of you contemplating getting newly into the business. But before then, I need to give you update as to what I was busy doing and what you should be expecting soon after this.

UPDATE:

The next piece of content is coming soon after this. Sure! I am putting it together.

So I took some time to take a walk in the market, spoke one-on-one with people selling some items, priced the items so as to get the current pricing. With this current pricing, we will be doing some little realistic calculations in the next post.

You know, before I drop the next write-up on this topic “how much is a bale of used clothes in nigeria” I need to get facts, real-live data so as to give you a realistic calculation. I do not want to give you false data.

Well, I also don’t expect my analysis to be 100% accurate and you shouldn’t expect that either (DISCLAIMER!!!).

Now, we want to talk about how long it takes to learn something New.

Some say: It takes 10,000 hours to learn something.

It’s NOT TRUE!

People get good at things with little bit of practice.

If you look at the study of skill acquisition you are going to see over and over and over a graph like this

….***IMAGE 1 (First image below)***…

From the graph researchers say that when you start, it takes a long time but with a little bit of practice you get better and better. So people get good at things just with a little bit of practice.

The interesting thing is that for skills we want to learn we don’t care so much about time, we just care about how good we are (whatever good happens to me).

Now, a different researcher used this curve

….***IMAGE 2 (Second image below)***…

So right here, the graph flips. This is the learning curve, the famous and widely known.

The story of the learning curve says that when you start, you are grossly incompetent and you know it. But with a little bit of practice you get really good really quick. So, that early level of improvement is really fast.

My question now is:

How long does it take from starting something and being grossly incompetent (and knowing it) to being reasonably good?

The answer:

Hopefully, a short period of time as possible. 20 hours. That’s it!

The Truth Is: You can go from knowing nothing about any skill that you can think of… want to learn a language, want to learn how to draw, want to learn a business, want to learn the “used clothes in bales" business?

If you put 20 hours of focused deliberate practice into that thing you will be astounded (astounded) at how good you are.

20 hours is doable, that’s about 45 minutes a day for about a month even with skipping a couple of days here and there. 20 hours isn’t that hard to accumulate.

NOW, there is a method to doing this, it’s not like you can just start fiddling around for about 20 hours and expect this massive improvement. There is a way to practice intelligently, there is a way to practice efficiently that will make sure that you invest those 20 hours in the most effective way that you possibly can.

And here is the method, it applies to anything:

1. Deconstruct the skill: decide exactly what you want to do and then look into the skill and then break it down into smaller pieces. The more you can break apart the skill the more you are able to decide what is the part of the skill that will actually help me get to what I want? And then you can practice those first. If you practice the most important things first you will be able to improve your performance and the least amount of time possible.

2. Learn enough to self-correct: get the resources about what you want to learn, but don’t use those as a way to procrastinate on practice by saying you must finish all the courses before you get started. What you want to do is to learn just enough that you can actually practice and self-correct or self-edit as you practice. So the learning becomes a way of getting better at noticing when you are making a mistake and then doing something a little different.

3. Remove barriers to practice: all of these things that get in the way of you actually siting down and doing the work. And the more you are able to use just a little bit of will power to remove the distraction keeping you from practicing, the more likely you are to actually sit down and practice.

4. Practice at least 20 hours: most skills have the part called the frustration barrier. You know the “grossly-incompetent-and-knowing-it-part”? That’s really frustrating. We don’t like to feel stupid. And feeling stupid is a barrier to us actually sitting down and doing the work. So by pre-committing to practicing whatever it is you want to do for at least 20 hours you would be able to over-come that initial frustration barrier and stick with the practice long enough to actually reap the rewards.

That’s it, it’s not rocket science.

These are the 4 various step you can use to learn anything. Pretty much anything you can think of…What do you want to do? Anything at all.

The major barrier to learning something new is not intellectual, it’s emotional… we are scared… feeling stupid doesn’t feel good in the beginning of learning anything new.

So the major barrier is not intellectual…it’s emotional…

but put 20 hours in anything
...it doesn’t matter what.

What do you want to learn?
Want to learn a language? Want to learn to cook? Want to learn to draw? Want to learn the “used clothes in bales" business? What do you want, go out and do that thing, it only takes 20 hours.

Have fun!

Nice Post. Please how can i locate your store?
Re: Used Clothes In Bales Price Suppliers: Second Hand Clothes Wholesale by essence1: 2:27am On Jul 22, 2018
Where and who can one buy from. Trusted supplier
Re: Used Clothes In Bales Price Suppliers: Second Hand Clothes Wholesale by Amhappy(f): 12:07pm On Aug 02, 2018
Wonderful post
Re: Used Clothes In Bales Price Suppliers: Second Hand Clothes Wholesale by staggerman(m): 1:55pm On Aug 04, 2018
Nice post

Initially I posted something negative about the op.

I have withdrawn and deleted those comments.
I sincerely apologize for the comments.

The delay was not his fault. I discovered it was the fault of the logistics agent who delayed in sending the bales.... Thus creating an air of confusion.

Happy to say all has been cleared and all is well

I ordered bale through him, and I am happy to say I have received the bales in Portharcourt.

They are real quality first grade bales.... Clean cream bales.


More orders coming soon... Watch out bro

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Re: Used Clothes In Bales Price Suppliers: Second Hand Clothes Wholesale by staggerman(m): 3:41pm On Aug 06, 2018
God bless you op
Re: Used Clothes In Bales Price Suppliers: Second Hand Clothes Wholesale by IsaacBuchi(m): 5:11pm On Aug 06, 2018
staggerman:
God bless you op


I assured you that I was going to help, yes I did help.

I am nothing more than a good-for-nothing-slave. What I have done is what I ought to have done.


I am always here to serve you.


One Love Nigeria!

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Re: Used Clothes In Bales Price Suppliers: Second Hand Clothes Wholesale by staggerman(m): 5:26pm On Aug 06, 2018
IsaacBuchi:



I assured you that I was going to help, yes I did help.

I am nothing more than a good-for-nothing-slave.

I am always here to serve you.


One Love Nigeria!


grin grin
But I stress you Sha.

This is Nigeria, we have been trained to be cautious in
financial dealings..

Thanks for your assistance grin
Re: Used Clothes In Bales Price Suppliers: Second Hand Clothes Wholesale by Maryblack(f): 8:12pm On Aug 07, 2018
What is the current price of chiffon ladies top and skirt

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Re: Used Clothes In Bales Price Suppliers: Second Hand Clothes Wholesale by Tchinedu65: 2:47pm On Aug 12, 2018
I will like to go into the biz......can you help me
Re: Used Clothes In Bales Price Suppliers: Second Hand Clothes Wholesale by Yinkusdam: 3:45pm On Aug 20, 2018
Hello good day. I want to go into this buz this month,Please can you tell me the price of children mix 55kg,95kg and your location.
Re: Used Clothes In Bales Price Suppliers: Second Hand Clothes Wholesale by Helen001: 8:59am On Aug 22, 2018
IsaacBuchi:



I assured you that I was going to help, yes I did help.

I am nothing more than a good-for-nothing-slave. What I have done is what I ought to have done.


I am always here to serve you.


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Please how do i contact you isaac? I would like to go into this business
Re: Used Clothes In Bales Price Suppliers: Second Hand Clothes Wholesale by Ubongdemaga: 5:58am On Sep 06, 2018
Am just hearing this for the first time that Chaina bales is better than UK bales. Of all my research cos i want to invest in this business so am doing a lot of research so that i won't regret tomorrow. Am told wilcox, Scot, alltex are d best bales in d market and all r UK bales, but just hearing 4 d first time that chaina bale is superior to UK bale for the first time. Please is there anyone who can shed light more on this? Thankz. I can b contacted on 08181703327, n whatspp 09020606565
Re: Used Clothes In Bales Price Suppliers: Second Hand Clothes Wholesale by Ubongdemaga: 6:00am On Sep 06, 2018
Ubongdemaga:
Am just hearing this for the first time that Chaina bales is better than UK bales. Of all my research cos i want to invest in this business so am doing a lot of research so that i won't regret tomorrow. Am told wilcox, Scot, alltex are d best bales in d market and all r UK bales, but just hearing 4 d first time that chaina bale is superior to UK bale for the first time. Please is there anyone who can shed light more on this? Thankz. I can b contacted on 08181703327, n whatspp 09020606565
Re: Used Clothes In Bales Price Suppliers: Second Hand Clothes Wholesale by Ubongdemaga: 6:13am On Sep 06, 2018
IsaacBuchi:
I see lots of business minded people in Nigeria asking such questions as how much is a bale of used clothes in nigeria or how much is bale of okrika 2018

These people asking are said to be searching from all across the country (Nigeria) - from Lagos, Abuja, Kaduna, Jos, Onitsha, Enugu, Benin City, Akure and lots and lots and lots more.

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I know these set of people are asking for various reasons, it could be that the person searching is trying to buy, or wanting to just know the price or maybe trying to learn a new business (humans are always learning). Whichever one it is, I can assure you that the "used clothes in bales" business is truly profitable. Because I have witnessed it myself (i mean: I am currently into the business myself), I have seen people live their lives and earn a huge living from it, I have seen people earning from it and helping other people to survive (such as families and friends).

For those asking lots of questions about "used clothes in bales" or "how much is a bale of used clothes in nigeria 2018" and not getting a solid answer, now here is the sure answer you are looking for.

Question: how much is a bale of used clothes in nigeria 2018
Answer: The price ranges from 40,000 -to- 130,000 Naira worth of bales

The exact price depends now on what category of clothes and the grade you want to buy.

When I say category of clothes, I mean for example: Men Shirt (MCSH), Ladies Cotton Dress (LCD), Men's Cotton Pant (MCP), Men Underwear (M Under), Ladies Chiffon Dress (LSD), Ladies T-Shirt (LTS)...etc.
When I talk about the grade of the clothing, I mean (whether GRADE - A or Grade - B) STRONG ADVICE: always go for GRADE - A

I will give you more info in my next post on this Nairaland business thread as I will be making effort to update this post with answers that business people such as you, are always wanting to know.

Please be rest assured that I will be willing to tell you all you need to know about this "used clothes in bales" business. I will give you every detail to help you make the right decision now, today or tomorrow. I am actually interested in building a business relationship with each an everyone of you reading this (provided my write-up here was helpful to you).


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