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Subject: Re: eBay adventures... Date: 3/15/2003 9:33 AM
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Aranknitter,

I think we posted our financial stories about the same time and were advised to start selling things on e-bay. I listed 7 auctions on e-bay on Wednesday (clothes) and I've gotten bids of over $20 so far. Not a lot of money, but not bad. As for half.com, I listed a lot of cds and books on there. I have already sold 5 cds and 2 books and put them in the mail. Again, it's not a lot of money (almost $50), but it's money I didn't have before. (I'm targeting MBNA, too, btw.)

I would try half.com if I were you. You don't have to worry about collecting from the buyers as the site does it for you. Also, you don't have to worry about taking pictures, because they have most of the details right there on the site. It goes much faster.

Good luck to you!

~Dora~
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