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    Things You Never Thought You Could Sell
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    • 7th Jan 07, 5:04 PM
    Things You Never Thought You Could Sell 7th Jan 07 at 5:04 PM
    Hey everyone. This is my first go at starting a new thread that may help people. So if it's ,erm, not very good just ignore it as I no doubt sure you will.

    Right, the concept is for people to post things that they have sold on auction sites like ebay. But thats not just it, it has to be things you would'nt normally think you would get money for but you did.

    Weird things like empty fragrance bottles, I mean who would want a empty fragrance bottle?? But poeple do as I have just found out when I sold my wife's empty Angel perfume bottle for 5.50.

    This may help people who have things lying around which they don't think they could sell and acquire the little bits of money to help to get debt free. So hope its a sucess.

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    Last edited by MSE Andrea; 29-08-2013 at 3:27 PM.
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