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best place to sell reusable nappies

(17 Posts)
lindseyfox Thu 03-Jul-08 19:24:03

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Octothechildherder Thu 03-Jul-08 19:26:17

You can sell them on here but you need to list them in the classifieid and pay a £5 CAT fee.

lindseyfox Thu 03-Jul-08 19:28:19

yeah i am thinking about that, i know its being a bit tight but thought would try netmums first as free bit naughty i know.

Octothechildherder Thu 03-Jul-08 19:31:25

Always go for free first! grin Shame ebay don;t do it anymore sad

lindseyfox Thu 03-Jul-08 20:43:04

yep gotta get what we can for free these days!!!

BigBadMousey Thu 03-Jul-08 20:49:52

Look at this thread - loads of places you can list (some for free).

Very good price btw grin

lindseyfox Fri 04-Jul-08 16:02:16

thanks and love your name!!

BigBadMousey Sun 06-Jul-08 19:16:38

why thank you! grin

Anglepoise Mon 07-Jul-08 10:54:27

Ooh, more places to look for used nappies! grin

I only knew about as it comes up on Google, so personally I'd go for that. Plus you can sell them as an auction then (£20 for 15 nappies sounds bargainous to me - they generally seem to have a resell value of about £3 each, but have a look at auctions already on there)

lindseyfox Mon 07-Jul-08 16:49:45

thanks must get backside into gear and put them on one of these sites

Lovage Wed 09-Jul-08 22:06:29

I'll buy them if you've still got them! I'm looking for some cheap size one microfibre nappies - already got wraps and stuff.

Lovage Thu 10-Jul-08 10:43:52

If they're velco, that is (can't be doing with poppers or nappy nippas)

Flibbertyjibbet Thu 10-Jul-08 10:52:29

So are you going to pay your £5 cat fee if you now sell them on here or shall I list mine next week under chat or something?

The cat fee is meant to protect buyers from scammers and disreputable sellers that were around a few months back. its so mumsnet have your bank details and email etc and can trace you.

Its for the buyer protection so personally I wouldn't buy from mumnset now from someone who hasn't registered to sell.

Lovage Thu 10-Jul-08 11:32:06

Fair point - hadn't clocked that you could do 'wanted' as well as 'for sale' on that bit of the board (and no one seems to be advertising what I want at the mo). Will go and place a 'wanted' ad there.

Lovage Thu 10-Jul-08 11:33:34

No I won't, because I'd have to pay a £5 to start the thread. Will just keep looking, I guess.

Anglepoise Thu 10-Jul-08 18:47:46

Yeah, I don't understand why you have to pay to start a wanted thread hmm

lindseyfox Thu 10-Jul-08 19:09:19

sorry wasnt intending to sell on here just asking advice where to sell.

i have listed on leicester netmums for now and will see what happens from there.

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