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Peg

You don't have to pay anyone any money to tell you how to sell things on Ebay. You can go eight to the site and learn all you need to know there. Ebay doesn't charge anything to join and they post their rules and fees where anyone can find them. Basically one you register as a user you can put anything you want up for sale. Ebay charges a service fee for each item based on what you list as the minimum price you will sell that item for which is non refundable and then they also take a percentage of the final sale price if there is one (no guarantees the item you list will be sold). There are lots of other fees depending on how fancy you want to get with your listings but those are the only two that are attached to basic listing. So go to the site and look and if they suit your purpose list. Let me tell you there is a lot of competition in the book field, I know since I buy a lot of my reading material on Ebay. I also sell a lot of things that I no longer need so it kind of balances out.

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