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Ebay Store
« on: July 19, 2016, 02:04:04 PM »
My brother does a pretty good business with an EeBaystore. This is not the same as just selling items on Ebay. He has a store where he sells vintage and new video games and related items. He posts a few dozen items in the "shop" and takes orders. He usually ships by pre printing the lables and just dropping it in the Fed Ex box which is right at the end of his street. I think he pays about 14 dollars a month in fees for the "store" but he brings in 200-1500 per month.

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Re: Ebay Store
« Reply #1 on: July 28, 2016, 05:51:40 AM »
My sister is doing great with this as well. Since October she has made over 2000, that's when she got started. I am getting ready to start up with this also, but I have needed a work space. My one and only is finishing up on that now and he has done a beautiful job! I can't wait! There is a lot of money to be made on eBay!

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Re: Ebay Store
« Reply #2 on: August 11, 2016, 12:00:45 AM »
My workroom is almost finished and I will soon be setting up my Ebay store. My sister tells me that to make the most money, you should do "Buy it now". That's a lot different from and auction. Because with an auction, after 10 days the item is gone. But with buy it now you have to manage a rather large inventory. I have been thinking about how I am going to store things. I have decided that I will go get the item, clean it up, take pics, find appropriate packaging, and then return it to where I got it. Then I will log down in notes, where the item is located, which box it needs, etc. Because for starters most of my items will be something I own that I want to sell.

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Re: Ebay Store
« Reply #3 on: August 19, 2016, 03:21:40 PM »
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My brother does a pretty good business with an EeBaystore. This is not the same as just selling items on Ebay. He has a store where he sells vintage and new video games and related items. He posts a few dozen items in the "shop" and takes orders. He usually ships by pre printing the lables and just dropping it in the Fed Ex box which is right at the end of his street. I think he pays about 14 dollars a month in fees for the "store" but he brings in 200-1500 per month.

This sounds neat and fun.  Can I ask, where does your brother get his inventory from?  Shopping thrift stores?  Buying new and selling for a profit?


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Re: Ebay Store
« Reply #4 on: August 19, 2016, 04:45:12 PM »
I have an ebay business as well, and i love it I sale vintage items, it is a great way to make money, there are fees but I still make a good profit, this year i am working on expanding my business a bit.  I love being able to work at home and make good money.

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