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How to Export Telephones from Nigeria: A Guide for the Uninitiated
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How to Export Telephones from Nigeria: A Guide for the Uninitiated
Reselling mobile phones bought in Nigeria is a lucrative business. This guide is for those who are interested in learning how to export telephones from Nigeria.

This guide will teach you what is needed to start exporting telephones, the best places to find these phones, and how to spot a phone that can be exported. We’ll also go over some common mistakes people make when exporting telephones that could cost you the money you’ve invested in the process.

The Requirements to Export Telephones
To start exporting telephones, you’ll need to be a registered company with the Nigerian Ministry of Trade and Tariff. It’s also important to have a business address and a bank account for international business.

Nigerian law requires that you export the same quantity of phones as you import. You’ll need to invest in an anti-smuggling apparatus to export your phone. This will include a scanner and a sealer machine that will seal the phones as they leave the country.

Finally, you’ll need to have enough money to cover your shipping and handling costs as well as taxes and duties. It’s common for people to underestimate these costs and find themselves in trouble.

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Where to Find the Phones
There are a few sources to find phones you can export. The first and most obvious source is the street. However, this might not be the best place for you to buy your phones to resell.

The second option is to purchase them from a store. The store should be selling used or refurbished phones and not new ones, but this could also be a risky option.

Your third and best option is to buy them online from a reputable site like Ebay. These phones will be used but still in good condition, and the site will only allow you to list items that can be exported.

If you decide to purchase your phones from Ebay, the company has very specific rules you’ll need to follow. And we’ll go over these rules next!

How to Spot a Phone That Can Be Exported
To get started, you’ll need to find a phone that can be exported. To do this, you’ll need to look for phones that meet these qualifications:

– The phone must be in relatively new condition and not damaged

– The phone must be made by a reputable company and not a knock-off brand

– The phone must be of a popular and expensive model, such as an iPhone or Samsung Galaxy

– The phone must be available on the market at a relatively low price

– The phone must have a SIM card slot so it can connect to a mobile carrier in Nigeria

– The phone must not have been reported lost or stolen

Common Mistakes When Exporting Telephones
Many people are interested in exporting mobile phones from Nigeria, but few know what they’re doing. The more you know about the process, the more successful you’ll be.

Below are some common mistakes people make when exporting telephones, with steps on how to avoid them.

Don’t send potential buyers to a website that doesn’t have products. If you’re contacted by someone interested in buying your product, make sure your website is up to date with products available for sale.

Don’t send potential buyers to your personal email. This is the fastest way to lose a customer. If someone contacts you, don’t give out your personal email address or send them to a general email address. Instead, give them a unique contact email address just for them to contact you.

Don’t demand payment upfront. Doing business with people who want to pay upfront is risky and will cause you to lose money. Instead, ask for payment once the product has been delivered.

Don’t accept checks or money orders as payment. It’s too easy for someone to cash a fraudulent check and it’s difficult for you to collect your money after the fact. Instead

Getting Arrested for Smuggling or Not Being Able to Sell Phones
One of the most common mistakes people make when exporting telephones is not being able to sell the phones.

There are a lot of different reasons why people can’t sell their phones. One of the most common reasons is that the phone is not unlocked.

If you’re not sure how to unlock your phone, it’s worth paying the money to have your phone unlocked before you start trying to resell it.

That way you can make more of your investment back.

Another mistake people make is smuggling phones. If you are caught smuggling phones you could be arrested and sentenced to jail time.

It’s worth researching if it’s legal to import the phone you want to sell before smuggling it into another country.

Being Unable to Meet Demand for the Phone You Want
One of the most common mistakes people make when exporting telephones from Nigeria is not being able to meet demand.

In order to have a successful business, you have to be able to provide the items people want. If you don’t have a steady supply of the phone you want, it’ll be difficult to meet demand.

This is a big reason why it’s important to find a process that works for you and your business. Ideally, you want to find a process that will allow you to rapidly locate phones and export them in a timely manner.

If you’re interested in learning how others successfully export phones and meet demand, read on for more information.

Conclusion
When you’re done reading this guide, you should be able to export telephones from Nigeria and make a profit. You should also be able to spot a phone that can be exported and avoid mistakes that could cost you the money you’ve invested in the process.


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