by jaco t - 10 hours ago
Car boot sale.
by ! - 10 hours ago
Ebay is good but if you're a new seller people might be hesitant to trust you enough to buy, but if you have say 30 or 40 items. List about 10 at once and you have a better chance of something selling, then someone leaving good feedback. If you do go with EBAY, you must communicate promptly with your buyer and pack the item well when you ship it, as well as ship it in a timely fashion. Also, if you say shipping is $4.00 it's gotta be around $4.00. If you ship it and you only pay $1.50 the buyer will see you overcharged and might not leave good feedback. A garage sale is also a good idea.
by Lauren - 10 hours ago
by Nathli - 10 hours ago
pawnshop - you go there and exchange your stuff for some cash.
by Kerry - 10 hours ago
no such thing other than a flea market sale
by kemperk - 10 hours ago
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