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I'm getting a little discouraged as I try to sell some belongings to get extra cash. I've used the local consignment store, craigslist, and ebay, and am not having much luck. I don't mind investing SOME time to net some money, but it's not paying off.

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  1. #1
    pseuzanne
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    I'm getting a little discouraged as I try to sell some belongings to

    get extra cash. I've used the local consignment store, craigslist,

    and ebay, and am not having much luck. I don't mind investing SOME

    time to net some money, but it's not paying off.



    I currently have to sell:

    - wedding dress

    - china place settings & serving pieces

    - Halloween costume

    - random jewelry (gold and stones, but not worth alot)

    - antique rocking chair

    - pool cue



    I remember folks talking about auction sites other than ebay, that

    are free to list, but can't remember the names. Can anyone recommend

    one that has a fair amount of volume? Any other ideas?



    Thanks,

    Suzanne



    P.S. I just had a yard sale in September to sell some smaller stuff,

    and netted $60. It's $60 I didn't have before, but I still have alot

    left that didn't sell.








  2. #2
    Herlean
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    I have noticed for some reason, that a lot of people list things for sale on eBay starting with a 99 cent price tag. It seems to get bids going. However, some of them do not end up with a decent final selling price. For instance, list a wedding dress, truly worth $500 for 99 cents - I would put a reserve price on it so that you are not giving it away for $30 at the end of the auction. Herlean

    pseuzanne <pseuzanne@yahoo.com> wrote: I'm getting a little discouraged as I try to sell some belongings to
    get extra cash. I've used the local consignment store, craigslist,
    and ebay, and am not having much luck. I don't mind investing SOME
    time to net some money, but it's not paying off.

    I currently have to sell:
    - wedding dress
    - china place
    settings & serving pieces
    - Halloween costume
    - random jewelry (gold and stones, but not worth alot)
    - antique rocking chair
    - pool cue

    I remember folks talking about auction sites other than ebay, that
    are free to list, but can't remember the names. Can anyone recommend
    one that has a fair amount of volume? Any other ideas?

    Thanks,
    Suzanne

    P.S. I just had a yard sale in September to sell some smaller stuff,
    and netted $60. It's $60 I didn't have before, but I still have alot
    left that didn't sell.



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  3. #3
    Gypsum Moon
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    Hi Suzanne,



    There aren't any other auction sites that have anywhere

    near the traffic of ebay. Sad, but true. I personally

    am hoping that google will get one going and give

    ebay a run for its money, but I'm not holding my

    breath



    My thoughts when reading your post - are you

    perhaps over-pricing your items? Have you checked

    to see what other similar items are going for, and made

    sure that yours are in the same price range? And taking

    condition into account when pricing?



    Also, are potential buyers able to see photos in

    some way? Many people won't even trouble to ask

    questions if they can't see photos first.



    Good luck!

    Cindy in KS








  4. #4
    nesci richardson
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    I know what you mean. I have invested in some wasteful time events,

    also. I wish I would have occupied the time in a booth rental place

    where the items can sell without me there. Where are you located?



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "pseuzanne" <pseuzanne@...> wrote:

    >


    > I'm getting a little discouraged as I try to sell some belongings

    to

    > get extra cash. I've used the local consignment store, craigslist,

    > and ebay, and am not having much luck. I don't mind investing SOME

    > time to net some money, but it's not paying off.

    >

    > I currently have to sell:

    > - wedding dress

    > - china place settings & serving pieces

    > - Halloween costume

    > - random jewelry (gold and stones, but not worth alot)

    > - antique rocking chair

    > - pool cue

    >

    > I remember folks talking about auction sites other than ebay, that

    > are free to list, but can't remember the names. Can anyone

    recommend

    > one that has a fair amount of volume? Any other ideas?

    >

    > Thanks,

    > Suzanne

    >

    > P.S. I just had a yard sale in September to sell some smaller

    stuff,

    > and netted $60. It's $60 I didn't have before, but I still have

    alot

    > left that didn't sell.

    >










  5. #5
    runabout07
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    You may want to try to go on Yahoo and find the local "yardsales" or "bargintrader" groups in your area. All of those site have excellent deals and they allow you to sell your items. There are also "freecycle" groups that everything is free. There are fantastic deals on there, but you have to be quick to get the good deals. Everything is free . No selling allowed.



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  6. #6
    Shana Lawson
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    Can you tell me about the Halloween costume? What size is it?

    pseuzanne <pseuzanne@yahoo.com> wrote: I'm getting a little discouraged as I try to sell some belongings to
    get extra cash. I've used the local consignment store, craigslist,
    and ebay, and am not having much luck. I don't mind investing SOME
    time to net some money, but it's not paying off.

    I currently have to sell:
    - wedding dress
    - china place settings & serving pieces
    - Halloween costume
    - random jewelry (gold and stones, but not worth alot)
    -
    antique rocking chair
    - pool cue

    I remember folks talking about auction sites other than ebay, that
    are free to list, but can't remember the names. Can anyone recommend
    one that has a fair amount of volume? Any other ideas?

    Thanks,
    Suzanne

    P.S. I just had a yard sale in September to sell some smaller stuff,
    and netted $60. It's $60 I didn't have before, but I still have alot
    left that didn't sell.




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  7. #7
    Katherine Lassiter
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    Does anyone know where I can purchase heartworm prevention without a vet's rx? I do not take my animals to the vet unless they are sick (please, I know this is not the best, but I have 8 rescued dogs and cats and cannot afford it). I vaccinate them myself and take them to rabies clinics for shots. I had a years worth of Heartguard from when I had my dog fixed at the mobile clinic, but it has run out in September and I need more. Thank you! Kathy

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  8. #8
    Sharon .
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    Hi Katherine, You can't get them without a prescription from your vet, but once you have that you can buy them online a lot cheaper than from the vet's office. I just found out about this and will do it too once my supply runs out. Of course, my vet's office said that don't guarantee it if you buy online, but I think that's just to try to discourage you from buying online. I'm sure the vet's make a nice mark up on all the meds they sell. Sharon

    Katherine Lassiter <khlassiter57@yahoo.com> wrote: Does anyone know where I can purchase heartworm prevention without a vet's rx? I do not take my animals to the vet unless they are sick (please, I know this is not the best, but I have 8 rescued dogs and cats and cannot afford it). I vaccinate them myself and take them to rabies clinics for shots. I had a years worth of Heartguard from when I had my dog fixed at the mobile clinic, but it has run out in September and I need more. Thank you! Kathy Yahoo! oneSearch: Finally, mobile search that gives answers, not web links.


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  9. #9
    Jocelyn D.
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    Try Foster Smith. My brother and parents have bought

    from there.

    http://www.drsfostersmith.com/product/pet_supplies.cfm?c=3307&#43;8



    Becky



    --- Katherine Lassiter <khlassiter57@yahoo.com> wrote:



    > Does anyone know where I can purchase heartworm

    > prevention without a vet's rx? I do not take my

    > animals to the vet unless they are sick (please, I

    > know this is not the best, but I have 8 rescued dogs

    > and cats and cannot afford it). I vaccinate them

    > myself and take them to rabies clinics for shots. I

    > had a years worth of Heartguard from when I had my

    > dog fixed at the mobile clinic, but it has run out

    > in September and I need more. Thank you!

    >

    > Kathy

    >

    >

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  10. #10
    deanna bryan
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    check out www.petshed.com they have the lowest prices

    on flea products that I have found. Hth,

    Deanna

    --- Katherine Lassiter <khlassiter57@yahoo.com> wrote:



    > Does anyone know where I can purchase heartworm

    > prevention without a vet's rx? I do not take my

    > animals to the vet unless they are sick (please, I

    > know this is not the best, but I have 8 rescued dogs

    > and cats and cannot afford it). I vaccinate them

    > myself and take them to rabies clinics for shots. I

    > had a years worth of Heartguard from when I had my

    > dog fixed at the mobile clinic, but it has run out

    > in September and I need more. Thank you!

    >

    > Kathy

    >

    >

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    lisa griffeth
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    I currently work for a vet- we are moving towards "requiring" a yearly negative heartworm test even for animals that have been on preventative and have not missed doses. This is due to pressure from other clinics- it is a money maker. ...which is not to say that it is a bad idea to test yearly- just that it can be expensive when you have a situation like Kathy has. To my knowledge, you can not purchase from places like pet meds, etc w/o a valid prescription. Some practices will allow you to refill yearlywith out a current test, but they are few and far between. It is a sadsituation to be in- to be able to rescue and provide a home and food, but to have to scrimp and do without medical care/prevention. Best of luck- Lisa G.

    Katherine Lassiter <khlassiter57@yahoo.com> wrote: Does anyone know where I can purchase heartworm prevention without a vet's rx?



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    Karen
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    type in heartworm in the Search box of this yahoo site and it'll pull

    up previous posts on heartworm - there are several there. KarenMO














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    Idodc@aol.com
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    In a message dated 10/9/2007 5:18:17 PM Eastern Daylight Time, khlassiter57@yahoo.com writes:

    Does anyone know where I can purchase heartworm prevention without a vet's rx? I do not take my animals to the vet unless they are sick (please, I know this is not the best, but I have 8 rescued dogs and cats and cannot afford it). I vaccinate them myself and take them to rabies clinics for shots. I had a years worth of Heartguard from when I had my dog fixed at the mobile clinic, but it has run out in September and I need more. Thank you!


    petshed.com is in australia, very fair priced and I have ordered from them several times...
    or go to the feed store and buy a bottle of ivermectin... 1/10 of a cc per 10 pounds of dog orally every month... that is what the shelters use

    alana
    blindcatrescue.com


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    Tea
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    I use pet shed : http://www.petshed.com/products/category346.asp I
    hope that helps.



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    Suzanne Fesmire Gibbons
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    > I know what you mean. I have invested in some

    > wasteful time events, also. I wish I would have

    > occupied the time in a booth rental place

    > where the items can sell without me there. Where

    >are you located?



    I'm in the suburbs of Boston.





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