We specialize in our ability to research and market rare items with ebay values of $50 or more.
We research an items value, take the pictures, host the images, describe your items, list the auction, and field questions about the items.
We collect payments from buyers, pay online fees, and pack & ship the items.
We get higher sale prices and greater profits because:
+ We have established online reputations and offer a satisfaction guarantee
+ We cross-promote our items leading to more potential buyers
+ We perform in-depth research and professional auction listings
+ As a online merchant we pay lower fees than you would pay on your own
You're too busy, so we do all of the work.
We earn our commission by securing higher sale prices.
You can watch the progress of your items as well as our other products online
What Sells Best
Items are best in new condition, working order and in original packaging.
Receipts, optional accessories, manuals, and warranty cards are always a bonus
and help yield higher final prices. Guidelines for finding products to sell on eBay:
Find Used Items that were bought for $500 or more.
Find New items that were bought for $200 or more.
The smaller and lighter an item is, the more marketable
it is on Ebay therefore electronics sell better while
used furniture tends not to sell on Ebay.
Sometimes older is better! Vintage and collectible items are in high demand.
We structure our compensation as a percentage of the sale price. This provides us with an
appropriate incentive to get the most for your product. Our commission for a
successful auction is 50% of the final sales price up to $100, 40% on the amount
up to $300, 30% on the amount up to $1,500, 20% on the amount up to $2,500 and
10% on the amount over $2,500. We pay all the Ebay and Paypal fees on the behalf of you the consignor.
The buyer pays for shipping fees. Our minimum commission is $15 per item plus a
$5 appraisal fee, so most of our consignors find our services most beneficial for
items that sell for $100 or more. We perform an ebay appraisal at the cost of $5
for every item to ensure that you will be satisfied with the likely results before
we put the item up for auction. We do not charge any commission for unsuccessful listings.
We generally relist items in our store if they don't sell after ther first auction has expired.
If you prefer to set a starting or reserve price, there is a minimum $20 commission
for items with reserves. This is the only time we will charge a commission for an
item that does not sell.
On occasion we encounter items that prove difficult to sell. In these instances
we will offer you these options: You can pickup the item and pay the $5 appraisal
fee or we can donate the item to charity of our choice and you pay no appraisal fee.