Selling

@Elixiress (3893)
August 28, 2008 4:58pm CST
I am really disappointed at the moment as I need extra money for going back to college, so I have my things that I do every month and receive some money from without fail, such as forums, ptc and surveys. Then when I need a sudden burst of money I try and sell things. However, selling things is not too successful at the moment, other people have pointed out the same thing. I am assuming it is because of the credit crunch, however during these hard times I thought more people would be buying second hand over the internet rather in stores, the internet selling may not decrease that much, but it has. PS. I do not want one millions replies saying "most more here and you will make more money". I know that but I also have other things to do than mylot and sellings things does not take much time. Anyone else having a similar problem? Anyone interested in buying?
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@relundad (2311)
• United States
28 Aug 08
I guess I would need to know what you are selling. This will probally help others too.
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@Elixiress (3893)
28 Aug 08
I am selling a few things, including books, clothes, bags, sunglasses and other various items. Here is everything: http://community.livejournal.com/thriftstoreuk/17526102.html And here is everything my boyfriend has listed (I get a percentage) http://community.livejournal.com/thriftstoreuk/17680702.html
@curiousman (2427)
• Malaysia
28 Aug 08
Buying what? Could you tell us what you sell? I'm surprised to hear that e-commerce is severely affected by the credit crisis. I thought it had the most impact on retail stores. I'm afraid I can't help much though I wish. Good luck.
@Elixiress (3893)
28 Aug 08
I think it is because people have less money to spend on things they "want", since they are spending, so much more on things they need, due to the increase in petrol and gas and electricity and good. Therefore both online and offline retail will suffer.