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Old 29-August-2016, 03:51
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Default best website for selling online?

Hi folks. Hoping to get peoples views on what they feel to be the best service for selling used and second hand stuff online. I've got a heap of stuff that I want to get rid of but I am way too tight to just take it down to the charity shop! ha ha! Actually, that's not entirely true. Some stuff will be going to various charity shops, but the more valuable stuff that I no longer have any use for I obviously want to sell. The obvious, tried and tested choice is eBay. But of course there is also Gumtree to consider. I see that Craigslist also have a presence in the UK and Ireland now (something of which I was not aware) and I know that Amazon also offer a a service to independent sellers of used items. Also Preloved in the UK. Lots to choose from. But obviously they all offer a slightly different service, whether it be a classified ad or auction sale. What have others used and found successful. I have only used eBay in the past but if there is quicker more efficient service out there I'd be interested to hear the experiences of others. I came across this website here in Ireland (http://www.for-sale.ie/) which is quite handy. It pulls the results form a number of the aforementioned services which makes comparing whats working and whats not a bit easier. But I prefer to go on the recomendation of others. So if anybody could share their thoughts on the topic I'd much obliged. Thanks in advance folks.
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