It's a good way to have fun, and of course make money.
Start small....get to know how it works.
There is only one site I have ever used.
Had no issues, but one has to be very polite-understanding-and know some people can pay a tad late.I have sold my art, fabric, shoes,furniture,books.
You name it.
10 years this year!! but start small, and read as much as possible.
A good camera, and take a lot of pics (6-7) pic out the best one, so it gives your item an advantage........Have fun doing it :)
Yes, I have sold many things online, from a cot and bouncer to shoes and handbags. I have had success through both eBay and Gumtree, but I would recommend the latter because they don't charge any fees for basic options. Hope this helps.
I have sold a few old toys on ebay before, but it is not really worth the bother because almost every time, the postage was more expensive than I had expected, and if I put it any higher, no on would buy. I end up either losing money or breaking even.
Yes. As recently as yesterday I sold household goods. I immediately used my $20 to buy an umbrella to replace the one my granddaughter left on the bus. I sold through Gumtree. I prefer local pickups as I never seem to do more than break even when posting as the cost of the article is far outweighed by postage. I have given heaps away through Freecycle. It is a great site.