Here is the tip:
Be sure to make a real invoice for your items so it is clear what you expect to be paid. Make arrangements to follow up after 30 days and let them know that you expect to be paid at that time for what has sold.
If it is going well, then restock the store and start again with a clean invoice. Only con is that they can be slow to pay, or that the items are all returned to you because they didn’t sell.
All in all, I see it as a win win and have often landed big accounts because I offered consignment.
Let me know how it goes for you!
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