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thinking of trying craigslist

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Mun, there are a lot of good options out there. I haven't ebay'd myself, but I know some folks who swear by it. And craigslist is really good in some areas. I know that there are others out there, though!!

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I have so many good things/materials but not being used now at home...I need to make time to sort them out and use either online or other places for selling. I do not know much about these...will try to get more info about selling online...

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Thanks a lot for the information. I would like to try some of these if I can...

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Lynnsparks, do half.com charge any fees to list items on their sites?

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Thanks for all the links to sell your stuff. I will check them out. Good info on the bank issues, I will have to check out that site.

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Kathy, thanks for the list of places i can sell my junk for CASH

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I completely understand. Please remember that sometimes it's the branch you deal with that makes all the difference. Some bankers are there just to collect a paycheck. Some bankers actually love their job and customer service. Sometimes it's more a matter of convenience. You can do a search at www.bankrate.com/brm/rate/chk_sav_ho
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and maybe find a bank better for you. I've been banking with my bank since I was 16 years old. I started working for them 6 years ago. I occasionally have a problem with this or that - the key is, I know who to go to to get the problem fixed. No financial institution, big or small, is perfect. What makes one better than the other is how they go about fixing the problem. IMHO, anyway. : )

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I do appreciate that, I was really upset about it at the time. I have been considering changing my bank for a number of reasons, that just really didn't help their case. :)

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First of all, if someone alters a check and it was processed, the bank totally can do something about it. In this case, since the amount was actually the amount owed and you did not wish to change it, really, there was no point to do anything to make your point. However, I hate that your financial institution just shrugged this off. It makes a bad name for those bankers that actually do love their job and do it properly. The bank should have been all too happy to help you file a fraud claim regarding the check. Granted, the proof department should not have accepted the altered check - but they are human and mistakes can happen. When that happens, the bankers you presented the situation to should have offered to correct it and not shrugged it off! On behalf of bankers everywhere, I apologize for their lack of concern and professionalism.

If ever anyone on this team is having a problem with their bank - regardless of the bank - please let me know. I'll be more than happy to try to help you resolve the situation.

PS: I hope by posting that, I did not open a can of worms for myself. I will be more than happy to help you resolve problems you are having with your bank where bank communication or bank error is concerned. I am NOT offering to help with rates, balancing your checkbook, or things of that nature. If you are actually at fault for the problem with your account and just want help getting fees refunded, I can attempt to help you there - I just don't promise anything.

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I bought something from a Tupperware lady once, and she forgot to add in tax when she gave me my total. So - she changed my check. I couldn't believe that she did that in the first place, but what made me furious was that the bank cashed it for her, no questions asked. And when I confronted them with it, they basically shrugged and said they couldn't do anything about it. Sure, it was only a couple of bucks, but still...

Suffice to say, I don't write them any more, unless it is to a major well-known company, and I don't take them any more unless it is from someone I have known well for ages.

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I'm a banker, and I've seen so many people get scammed by checks it's unreal. Personally, I try to avoid them like the plague. One time I've taken a check from a "customer" (it happened to be a yard sale) and the only reason I did was because the person lived on my street. Regardless, I was so paranoid the check would bounce. I immediately went to their bank to cash the check. It was fine, but still - be leery of checks. It's just so easy to write someone a bad check - on purpose, or even accidentally.

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Yes, any place you go to sell, if they ask you to let them write a check bigger than the amount of the item, and give you the difference, just say no.

I was selling candles for a while and I posted an ad on a local site that was supposed to be ok, but I got hit with one of these. It was impressively complex, almost like they were just hoping you would get so confused that you would agree. It was weird.

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Craigslist has had issues lately with scammers. People who tell you they are sending a check for say $500 when your items is $150 and asking you to cash the check and send the balance to them. That is a SCAM!

So to avoid that - I always post in my Craigslist 'ad' that it is a 'Cash Only Please' transaction and have had no problem as listed above.

Be sure you really look around and see how to post an ad. You can ask that the 'sale' be in the daytime only - you can put as many stipulations as you want in your ad to make yourself feel safe.

Cragislist is a wonderful site - as it is free to post and usually involves no shipping costs. Plus puts cash in your pocket and clears out your unwanted items!

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You're welcome; I wish I could do amazon.com. I think there is a fee.


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Kathy - Thanks for all the websites, I am going to check them out. Maybe one of them will "fit" me better than ebay or CraigsList... :)

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Lynn, Do you have to post a pic of the item you sell?

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I am selling on Half.com, which I found out about in this team. We have many games (for Wii, xbox, ect), movies and books that we have needed to get rid off. I sold something the first week. Real easy.

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Great ideas on consignment shops.

I have a mannequin in my size. I put the clothes on her and sell them on eBay. I only buy name brands, many are returns bought at a drastically reduced price. Name brands sell on eBay. I get to get my money's worth with my wardrobe that way.

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I've been doing the consignment shop thing for several years now. The place I go to have been through 3 owners, but I stick with them! I generally have earned between 50%-60% of their selling price. I generally assume that whatever items they sell will earn roughly one dollar in the end. Items they don't sell (either those items they don't accept in the beginning or items they tried to sell but didn't within the 3 months they have them) go to a local charity. I always feel good when I drop off clothes and accessories there because I know that if it doesn't benefit me, at least it will benefit SOMEONE.

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I'm thinking a good tool that's safe is a consignment shop. I'm thinking of taking some clothes and shoes there to see what kind of money I'll get.

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Try these -

onlineauction.com

eCrater.com

overstock.com

bidvile.com

amazon.com

All let you sell your items.

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I have sold many items on eBay. The problem is forecasting trends, and competing well in the marketplace. I know that there are items that people will pay extra to get on eBay. They are willing to pay the shipping.

I buy Victoria's Secret stuff for way less than catalog price. They are returns. They are in good shape. Jewelry is very low-priced on eBay.

Sourcing is a problem. One needs to find low-cost items and sell for a profit. I sold items I already owned. I sold clothes I was not wearing any more. I sold some electronics I had laying around, that weren't being used.

If I sell on eBay in the future, I will pay to get a membership with leads to wholesalers. There is one that is endorsed by eBay.

If you have time, searching thrift stores and antique stores is good.



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I know what you mean about the extra fees on Ebay Demikit. First, you have to pay a listing fee. Then when the item sells, you have to pay a final value fee. And if you want to relist something, you have to pay the listing fee again. emoticon

I do like the idea of having a yard sale. I would like to get a few friends together and set up a yard sale. We'll see what happens.

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I like the idea of both of them, but I guess I have problems with both too. I don't want to pay the extra for eBay, and also I feel like I won't get anything at all out of my smaller items once shipping is paid for. I mean, if the item is worth $10, but $5 is shipping, the buyer will still only pay $10 total probably.

And I have 2 young children, I don't like the idea of strangers coming to my house to pick up items, but I work full time, plus everything else, I don't really have time to meet folks all over town. LOL maybe I will just organize a church yard sale. :) :) :)

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I have sold numerous items on ebay with no problems. I also like craiglist because its free.

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I have used Craigslist and I like it because you can list items for free.

The one downfall for me is communication. For example, I had a skirt set that I posted. I received an email asking if it was still available and I responded. I have not heard from that person since.
Also, when meeting the person who is picking the item up. If the item is light, I design a place for us to meet to make the exchange. Be very careful with meeting the person.

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I've only heard that you should be very careful about meeting and where to meet people. You never know if they want to come back to rob you, so it was suggested not to let them come to your home. I guess it depends upon where you live.

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I would be curious what negative comments you have heard about Craigs List. I have one or two items that I might put on eBay, but I was really thinking more about Craigs List. Partly because I just really didn't want to mess with shipping and so forth.

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I have sold many items on Ebay. The first thing I do when I have something I'm thinking of selling, is to do a search on Ebay for the same item. It tells me if there are too many of the item trying to be sold, the amount I should list it for and the postage that is being asked for shipping. Don't go oveboard on the shipping. I know it's a turnoff for me if the shipping is ridiculously high. If you have a scale, weigh it and then go to USPS.com and pick a zip code the farthest away from you within the USA. Add a few dollars for your handling and that should be good. Always state that they should email you before bidding for S&H if they live out of the country. I learned that on my first international sale. Another way I got ideas is to read some of the rules and regulations that other people had put in there. Some were too harsh to my liking, so I would word things a different way if the intent was the same. Take good pictures. Download them, then take more in a different light if you need to. Dark items don't photograph well. I swear it's the thing that makes the sale. Be totally honest, and answer questions promptly. I have over 550 feedback remarks at 100%. No negatives. That also helps when people are looking at your item to purchase.
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Heather, I am trying to start a business on eBay. I could use pointers. Are you a PowerSeller?

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I've been going through my house and gathering up things that I no longer or have never used. My only problem is whether I want to have a rummage sale or sell on eBay. Take into consideration the size of the item if you plan to ship. You could always talk with a neighbor about holding a neighborhood rummage sale for smaller household items or items too large to ship.


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I have heard bad and good things about Craigslist. Could someone explain how Craigslist works and the dos and don'ts. Thank you!

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I haven't bought or sold on Ebay, and am not good with a computer, doing pix and things.

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I've never sold on ebay but I do shop there.

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I have never used craigslist but I do have a store on Ebay. You get one free picture on ebay and then you have to pay an additional $.15 for extra pictures. I have not tried the picturetrail.com- I'll have to check that out.

I have not had many problems with selling on ebay. Just make sure you have a specific description for each item and note anything that is broken, has a blemish, ect. so the buyer knows exactly what they are getting.

Let me know if you have any questions about ebay.

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I think the more pictures you have, the more comfortable potential buyers feel about making the purchase. My biggest knock against purchasing from these sites is that you can't see the item with your own eyes and that you can't touch it. By providing pictures, you become the potential buyer's eyes. Of course, if you're just selling a book or something, multiple photos probably aren't necessary. But if you're selling a clothing item or furniture - even a knick knack, I think pictures are a must.

You can use free sites like picturetrail.com to hold photos for you so you don't have to pay eBay for additional photos. I just did this with the item I just listed on eBay. I've not done that before, so I'll let you know if I run into any issues with it.

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So, we have a lot of extra junk around the house, and I was thinking about selling some of it for the extra money. I mean, some of it is really nice, and we just don't use it, or it doesn't match the decor, or whatever.

I have always heard that you shouldn't post more than 2-3 items on one listing, and that you should always include pictures. Does anyone else have any tips or ideas for selling stuff off on these sites?

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