by Patrick Star - 15 hours ago
Melody hit most of the major ones. You may be able to find a local "brick-and-mortar" Ebay store. I forget what they are called. You basically consign your stuff to them and they do the work of selling it and then pay you some amount afterwards. I also found a few sites awhile back when I was looking to unload some of my stuff. Maybe you'll find one or more that are helpful. BTW, I spend a fair amount of time online and I run into a LOT of websites and sources that are all about earning money, selling products and getting rid of your products among other things. Feel free to get a hold of me if you want some additional info or other sites that would help you. I like to help people when I am inundated with info lol.
by porscheslantnosecoupe - 15 hours ago
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