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ref_=xx_sfgdln_anav_sforums I've taken the liberty of reporting you. The "pay the seller 10 percent of liquidation" program was a beta and I don't think it went well.
But what about products with sporadic sales, or no sales at all? But as you add each item to this list, consider two questions: Is the item “critical” or merely “important”?
A recent article (not by this author) suggested that you should discontinue and liquidate the stock of any product that is not sold or used on a regular basis. A critical part not only shuts down a machine, it shuts down an entire process or vital service.
Still, excess inventory problems can sometimes turn up because of things you can’t control.
Perhaps there was a sudden change in what’s trending, or your demand forecasts didn’t pan out as well as you hoped. If you’re looking at a surplus of merchandise in your store, there are several steps you can take to liquidate them: When an item isn’t selling, the problem may not necessarily be the product itself.