CBS — January 16, 2017
The post-holiday shopping frenzy is over and now it’s time to figure out what to do with the gifts people don’t want or can’t exchange. So what happens to the drill your husband bought that you’ll never use; or that tech gadget from a friend that you already have? Those items are returned to the big box store and major retailer in January and February, and many of them end up in warehouses across the country to be re-valued and re-sold.
Toronto Star — January 15, 2017
It’s the place where unwanted Christmas gifts go to start a new life on the resale market.
NBC News — January 14, 2017
Liquidity Services was featured on NBC Nightly News on Saturday, January 14. Janet Shamlian of NBC walks through our Las Vegas warehouse that spans the size of two football fields of returned goods from major retailers. Every item is ready to find a second life on our online marketplaces.
CBC News — January 11, 2017
The weeks after Christmas are some of the busiest for retailers dealing with hundreds, even millions, of returned items.
WorldOil.com — December 13, 2016
Liquidity Services seeing more haul trucks and other large pieces of equipment going under the gavel that during the boom, were sold privately
Houston Chronicle — December 07, 2016
For retailers in the midst of the holiday rush, it's all about ringing up the goods. But in a matter of weeks, a record number of purchases are expected to boomerang at the end of a season marked by rising e-commerce sales.
Journal-News — October 19, 2016
Here are the year over year breakdown of how much revenue the GovDeals.com online auction has generated for the city of Middletown.