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Sell my online clothing site

I have an online clothing store which is marketed through my social sites. I'm currently making $500-$1000 a week and would like to sell how should I go about doing so?

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Carol,
I have a retail store (boutique) and am currently in the process of building an integrated website. Would love to talk about option of purchasing site from you. Thanks!
Dana
danawickeratkins@gmail.com

Mar 3, 2014
Joshua Lindsey
American Business Brokers
Premium Broker

I have sold several online businesses including 3 this year! I have a list of buyers that deal exclusively with me that would be interested in this business, please contact me directly for more details.
Joshua Lindsey
Joshua@AmericanBizBrokers.com
866-224-8386

Jan 29, 2014
Justin Cooke
Empire Flippers
Los Angeles County, CA
Premium Broker

Hey Carol,

We can help with (online only) websites and properties with monthly cashflow between $500 - $5K per month. We have a network of buyers looking for these types of properties. We have a vetting process but, assuming you pass, we'll put you in front of our audience.

Aside from us, you can also check with our competitors:
FE International
DigitalExits

Justin

Jan 29, 2014
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what is your online store and what is your asking price

Jan 12, 2014
William A. Price
www.growthlaw.com
Business Lawyer
DuPage County, IL

Business site listings can help, especially if you use a good broker (check out Midwest Business Brokers and Intermediaries or International Business Brokers and Intermediaries) that does smaller business sales. A business lawyer can help you set up terms so you get paid, usually at closing and during an earn-out. An accountant can help you verify cash flows you claim, and can help you and the broker make up attractive sell sheets and information packages on your opportunity.

Jan 8, 2014

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