Woman Makes $90,000 Selling Aussie Baby Formula To China
This young Chinese woman claims she makes a staggering $90,000 A YEAR buying baby formula from Aussie supermarkets and selling it back home.
Molder Sayrao claims she has an incredible 1,500 regular customers and posts around 1,000 parcels a week - raking in $1,700 profit.
Ms Sayrao says she spends just a few hours a week buying products her customers have asked for.
She told News Corp, 'I have a full-time job as well. It is like an extra job I can finish on the weekend, if I have a day off I just go to the store'
She says that her biggest sellers are baby formula, nappies and baby cream, but she also on-sells vitamins for her customers elderly relatives.
Bulk-buying has angered Australian parents who say there is often not enough left on the shelves for them.
Coles and Woolworths have both imposed a two-tin limit on formula, but many 'personal shoppers' simply return for repeated transactions or just simply buy in bulk at Costco.
It's believed there are an amazing 80,000 'personal shoppers' like Ms Sayrao in Australia, with many making upwards of $100,000 a year.