Sorry, but I think selling things which are broken beyond repair is a bit disgusting.
Broken but hassle to fix, fine, some people make a hobby of it.
But just plain broken is unfair.
Think how many kids or older people or the techno phobic have by accident bought something that you sold because it's broken.
I dont really agree, most older people, technophobes and kids (if theyre using ebay in the first place) can still read.
If you list something, clearly stating, as the people on here have said theyve done, that the item is broken, then its up to the buyer whether they want to bid or not.
Anyway, my experience with selling, what i thought to be unsellable, stuff was only little, a couple of months i bought a second hand scrabble set from a car boot because i wanted to use the letters for crafts and wasnt prepared to pay a fiver or whatever for the sets of scrabble looking letters that craft companies sell.
So i had the board and letter holders left over and put the board on ebay, suggesting in my listing that it might be good if you had damaged your own board or some such rubbish and i got about 4 or 5 bids and sold it for £1.45 (not inc postage)! I might try the letter holders next time, you never know I guess!
-I sold my new york holiday prints for up to £8 each. Just a photograph at end of the day.
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