In this ever changing world of fashion there is no better time to sell on Ebay. It is so simple and easy to list your items as well as being cost effective for all. Think of the demographics you cover when you list on Ebay. We have bought and sold on Ebay for a few years now and will continue to do so. My husband sells marine parts and accessories which he has found to be very cost prohibitive and provides an extra source of income that allows us to save up for holidays and other bits and pieces for the family.
I remember our first experience with Ebay was when we were living in Broome, Western Australia. My husband is a very handy person and enjoys building furniture and pretty much anything you can think of he will put his hand to. Anyway tools were very expensive and hard to come by at the local handware store so we got on the internet and bound Ebay. Well that was our first experience and now many years later we are veteran Ebayers - both for buying and more recently selling.
Ebay is so fund and easy to use you will wonder why you have never traded on it before. With the PayPal Buyer Protection Program it makes it even safer to use your Credit Card and Debit Card online.
When it came time to get married we automatically got online to Ebay and started looiking. It didn't take long to find everything we needed for the wedding including dress, jewellery and accessories. Needless to say we are hooked on Ebay for both buying and selling. If we need/want anything this is our first point of call. I recently was at the June stocktake sales and found the same items I could get from Ebay but double the price (i.e., Ebay was half price). I am definitely a bargain hunter - always checking prices and was pleasantly surprised to notice that Ebay came out on top yet again.
So for all of you who have unwanted gifts that are stashed in the back of the linen press or preloved items in good condition don't hesitate to register to become an Ebay seller and clear out your cupboards for more important bits and pieces.