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Get your business featured on a new TV series

By Chris Dawson January 11, 2019 - 11:36 am

Remarkable TV – the company behind Pointless, the House That 100k Built and Deal or No Deal – is developing a brand new TV series for a major broadcaster and is looking for people who buy and sell wholesale or clearance excess stock to take part.

They are at the early stages of developing prime time factual entertainment show for a major broadcaster and are looking to chat to eBay sellers who are selling wholesale, clearance and excess stock to take part. Remarkable TV are looking to chat to people who sell in this area – no matter how small their operation is.

You may buy palates of car batteries, baseball caps or DVD covers for example and make a profit either from a warehouse or even just using your spare bedroom to store stock.

It’s basically a show that aims to be inspirational to viewers as depicting regular people who either visit auctions, car boots, or visit auction houses or online and buy palettes of stock. Some may not even be completely sure what is inside each lot until their delivery arrives but regardless, they feel confident they will be able to sell on.

You may be an individual who is saving up for something specific, be it a deposit for a house or a wedding or their kid’s college fees, or may be doing this as a side-line from your main job. Or perhaps you have got to the stage where you have given up your job altogether as you’re now making more money selling on eBay.

Remarkable TV are not after their trade secrets and but more interested in chatting to great characters. If you are someone who buys and sells in this area – no matter how small your operation – they’d love to hear from you to tell you more about their exciting new show.

If you’re interested in finding out more about the new TV series and perhaps participating, you can contact them at stock@remarkable.tv or call/text: 07711 344 183.

  • Danny
    2 months ago

    “palates of car batteries” :p

    • jim
      2 months ago

      pain in the bum
      we have been involved or associated with others who have been possible subjects of this type of program
      they waste your time and even if they dont
      its not very lucrative

    • jim
      2 months ago

      palettes of stock 👨‍🎨

  • Rob
    2 months ago

    I wonder if the TV programme will show how many of the people featured pay their fair share of taxes or registers as a business?
    I often buy stock like this but most of the competition don’t register as a business even thou some of them have hundreds of listings on ebay. But as usual eBay do nothing about it or don’t want to do anything about it.

  • Peter
    2 months ago

    I like the show Pointless, because it’s straight forward to facts and they give persons of all cultural backgrounds and physical conditions (f.e. people in wheelchairs or blind people) an equal place on the stage. In the Netherlands we do not have such a show. As the new show concerned: I hope it won’t be as bad as Hollywood-style programs such Storage Wars or Pawn Stars.

  • 2 months ago

    “… more interested in chatting to great characters” Says it all!

    • Peter
      2 months ago

      Yes, that sounds indeed suspicious.

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