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where to sell stuff - help please
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cansu · 17/12/2017 09:28

I have quite a few v nice clothes items that my dd has grown out of that are just too good to throw out and frankly I could do with turning them into cash to buy her some new things. I could ebay but have never done this and would rather not have the hassle. Does anyone have any ideas that would be less hassle?

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SuperVeggie · 18/12/2017 00:08

Facebook buy and sell groups.

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NoNoCharlieRascal · 18/12/2017 00:09

Do you have any local 'nearly new' sales? I've picked up quite a bit from those for ds

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notangelinajolie · 18/12/2017 00:16

Do you have a dress agency shop nearby? The one near us takes quality brands and they have always sold them for a very good price for us.

Or put a card in your local newsagent window.

Forget ebay - people just want something for nothing.

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Whywonttheyletmeusemyusername · 18/12/2017 00:25

Cash for clothes - tho I think you need a fair few bags to make any kind of money !

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ifindmyself · 19/12/2017 18:50

I've just started Loopster, which make buying and selling nearly new ids clothes easy, so you should look at www.loopster.co.uk.

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KarmaStar · 19/12/2017 19:23

Gumtree

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SuperVeggie · 19/12/2017 19:27

Don't use cash for clothes for stuff that is really decent or from expensive brands - it is like WeBuyAnyCar but for clothes and you will only get a fraction of what they are worth.

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Samesituation · 19/12/2017 20:06

Have you tried shpock

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Aki99 · 22/12/2017 19:23

Facebay/eBay/gum tree
You might not get much back as clothes are always being sold

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