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This free service allows you to buy and sell all your goods, with the understanding that everything is negotiable. After messaging an interested buyer through the app, the seller arranges a time for the buyer to inspect the item, then pay the pre-discussed price or negotiate a different one. Your personal contact information is protected, and everyone is rated, à la Uber and Lyft, so you can feel safer meeting with a stranger (in a public place, of course). Plus, check out these 50 things that you really should get rid of.




Buy Sell Old Things



On board? Great. Now you just need to know where to sell your unwanted stuff. Learn how to make the most money with the best places to sell clothes online, and read on for more resources on where to unload everything from books to electronics to furniture.


Curious just how much damage you might be causing to the environment? The EPA has a handy Household Carbon Footprint Calculator to estimate your annual greenhouse gas emissions. Spoiler alert: The number will likely be eye-opening, but something as simple as donating or selling your unwanted stuff can make a real difference.


When considering where to sell unwanted stuff, Craigslist is regarded as one of the best options for reaching local people. The No. 1 ranked classified site by traffic, it generates a whopping $660 million in revenue yearly. While some listings are free, the site recently started charging nominal rates to combat scams and fake postings for cars, jobs and select services, depending on the item and your location.


A hot tip from Myers: eBay is great for selling collectible and vintage items and high-end designer fashion. The brand is now also focusing on its positive economic impact and enhancing sustainability practices. Last year, eBay avoided 1.5 million metric tons of carbon emissions and kept 47,000 metric tons of waste out of landfills.


Furniture: To give your furniture the best shot of selling, stage it in your home with other pieces and decor, advises Myers. For lower- to mid-range furniture, try Facebook Marketplace, Mercari (which has a local pickup option) and Etsy if it is at least 20 years old. For higher-end furniture, Myers prefers Chairish.


OfferUp is your best bet for selling used items, but you need to do it the right way. First, respond quickly. The biggest complaint on OfferUp is that people don't answer questions. Next, list as much as you can. Volume helps. If a customer isn't interested in one of your items they may be interested in another," David Bakke, financial expert and contributing writer at DollarSanity, says.


Sellers can build a listing in seconds and take advantage of features like bundling items and virtual buying-and-selling events, called Posh Parties. If you're a seller, Poshmark sends you a prepaid shipping label so you can drop the item off at USPS or arrange for pickup at your home.


Swappa is another marketplace specializing in tech. You can buy and sell phones, laptops, video games and more. Users buy and sell products directly, and all transactions take place via PayPal. Both buyers and sellers are subject to a 3% fee on sales.


Almost all the apps listed here have protections in place to prevent fraud, but it can still happen. And it's really important to be very, very careful if you need to meet a stranger in person to buy or sell an item.


Additionally, whether you are buying or selling, you should always do your research to ensure the price of the item is fair according to market standards. For sellers: Check the terms and conditions of your platform for any applicable commission or fees as well.


Do you have a lot of old stuff simply sitting in your garage waiting to be thrown away? Forgotten furniture, books, and even old cars? These might all be junk to you, but for many people these things can still be treasures.


From jewellery to handbags, Bonanza is a fast-growing online marketplace that helps you sell your items online. Bonanza has a good customer support that will aid you out through the whole process of buying and selling in the site. Signing up in the website is also easy. Like other online marketplaces, Bonanza takes a small fee for each of your sales.


Got an old car rusting in your garage? You can free up that space and earn money by selling it online. Before you call up your local newspaper or hire a car dealer to sell it for you, give Sell Max a try. Selling your car will be much easier. All you need to do is tell the website about your car, its year, model and condition. With these details, their experts will give you the best offer for your prized vehicle.


Got some gently used electronics at home? Swappa is great marketplace to find buyers and sellers for various second hand mobile devices. You can be assured that every item is well reviewed and approved by the staff. Swappa allows users to buy and sell their stuff directly, which makes the prices more affordable.


Sell your old bike and gears for a great price at Pro Tested Gear. This website will pay cash for your old bike, outdoor gears, and even snowboards. All you need to do is help them arrange your shipping, send your gear, and let the team handle the entire process of selling.


Need to sell your techie gadgets? Download the Gone mobile app for an easy breezy way to earn cash for secondhand electronics. Once the item has been hand-inspected and quality-certified, the company will actually sell it for you. Gone finds the best selling price for the item, handles all packing and shipping, and then pays you for your sales via PayPal, Debit Card, or Amazon gift card.


Buy and sell second-hand furniture quickly and easily. Keep it simple. Without the need to sign up to websites, upload photos, deal with annoying messages, interact with strangers or haggle over the price.


- Choose your items and specify their condition- Choose the IKEA store where you would like to sell them-Get your estimate- Bring your furniture in and we will give you the amount on an IKEA gift card


Are you looking to buy and sell items on Facebook? Do you know what fcfs means? If not, continue reading to get our tips and learn some of the Facebook buy sell trade (BST) abbreviations used to help buy and sell things on Facebook.


I am the first one to say I was a little skeptical of using Facebook groups to buy and sell things. However, having children changed that. I realized I can buy and sell things on Facebook and easily make or save money!


BST is an acronym that stands for Buy, Sell, Trade. These groups tend to be local and you can think of them as an online garage sale or flea market for your county, city or town. People sell a variety of items normally at a discounted rate.


Our Little Tykes playhouse makeover and this amazing mid-century modern dresser are two AWESOME examples of items I was able to score for FREE! However, please proceed with caution when using any online selling site. These are only our personal experiences and we only want our readers to make sure they are doing things safely.


Facebook listings use a lot of abbreviations and lingo to make transactions. An example is FCFS which means first come first serve. A lot of times sellers do not what to hold an item. If there are multiple people who are interested they are going to sell it to whoever can come to pick it up first.


The biggest learning curve I had to figure out in these groups, was the lingo people used in the BST (Buy-Sell-Trade) groups. Once you have a system down, it really is super simple to buy and sell things on Facebook.


I recently started to SELL a lot of our old things in Facebook Buy-Sell-Trade groups. Check to see if you have one in your area or county. Normally you have to be accepted by administrators to be in the group. I guess they are trying to see if you are a real person.


When you go to list your item in a group, Facebook will also ask if you would like to list it in Facebook Marketplace. Sometimes I am able to sell things this way, but most of the time I have more success in the Facebook groups that have administrators to whom you can report problems to.


Lastly, there is a little bit of LUCK, patience, and persistence to score things for FREE! Just keep working at it eventually you will get something AWESOME that might just need a little extra love. Be patient using Facebook Buy-Sell-Trade groups and have fun buying and selling.


Founded in 2011, Poshmark is a fashion-centric social marketplace app with 80 million registered users across the US, Canada, Australia, and India. On Poshmark, people can buy and sell second-hand clothing and accessories from their own wardrobes and from retail shops to make money.


Next, Poshmark will ask you to choose three brands you like to shop with. This helps them match you to sellers offering products from those brands. From there, Poshmark curates a set of profiles you automatically follow based on the companies you select.


You can even take things up a notch by tagging users while responding to their comments. Type the @ symbol before their username (e.g., @adeel) and Poshmark will automatically send a notification to the user. This is a great, simple way to personalize your customer service.


According to a Reddit thread, most users make between $500 to $1,000 per month working their closet or boutique part time. But there are also success stories of people earning $5,000 in just 30 days selling on Poshmark. The fact is, Poshmark can be a rather lucrative income source for those who take it seriously.


Having too much inventory is pretty high up on the list of no-nos for retailers. In addition to taking up precious backroom or shelf space, surplus stock ties up capital and can keep you from re-investing in your business or buying things you actually need.


If it makes sense for your store, consider grouping certain products together and selling them for a slightly lower price than if bought separately. This will allow you to move merchandise without having to take such a big hit on your profits. 041b061a72


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