Retail Arbitrage on Amazon, Walmart.com — CNBC

 

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CNBC did an investigation into “arbitrage,” the practice of an e-commerce seller buying an item from one retailer and then selling it to another customer:

Ultimately, retail arbitrage works for all parties. Prices are low enough at Wal-Mart and Target, and some shoppers will pay more for the convenience of shipping an item to their home. Wal-Mart and Target got a sale, and so did the Amazon sellers. And Amazon got paid a fee by the seller for hosting the listing.

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