24 Best Selling Apps to Sell Your Stuff


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Do you have stuff to sell and are not sure how to get rid of it? You are not alone. There are many apps to sell your stuff today.

Top Apps to Sell Stuff Online

Selling your stuff means money in your pocket! Here are our top picks for selling your stuff locally and online.

This first section has apps that allow you to list separate items. For garage sale apps, skip to the next section.

1. Decluttr

If you need money fast, try selling your unwanted items on Decluttr. It only takes a few minutes to sell your items, and you receive next-day payment.

Best news is that it consistently has top reviews, on TrustPilot it ranks 4.5/5 (with over 11,000 reviews).

Decluttr is an easy way to sell the following used items:

  • DVDs
  • Cell Phones
  • Textbooks
  • Video Games and Consoles
  • Tablets
  • LEGOS

I’ve used Decluttr to sell my old CDs and DVDs. I use the Decluttr app on my phone to scan the barcode and get an instant price quote.

When I finish scanning, Decluttr sends a printable prepaid shipping label to ship my box of sold items. They can also mail you a box if you don’t have one.

The cool thing about Decluttr is that you can receive payment the next day! 

Get paid: PayPal, direct deposit, paper check in the mail.

Decluttr is convenient, but your items need to be in good condition. To only send items that will pass quality control, read the seller guidelines.

Tips:

  • You won’t get any items back that Decluttr rejects
  • Sell more valuable items on other apps for top dollar

2. Poshmark

Want to sell clothes? Give Poshmark a try.

Listing adult and children’s clothing is free. And when you make a sale, Poshmark sends you a free prepaid shipping label.

With the Poshmark app, you can snap a few pictures and upload them to your closet in real-time.

One nice thing about Poshmark is that shoppers can browse your entire closet. Even if they are looking for a specific brand, they can easily access your closet to see your other listings.

3. Facebook 

Another popular app is Facebook. As the largest social media platform, it might make sense to sell here as well.

To start selling, click on the “Buy and Sell Groups” button in the Explore menu.

Facebook will list several groups closest to you, and you can also search for your specific city or neighborhood.

To sell (or buy), you will have to join the group first. Be sure to read the group guidelines to see if there are any listing restrictions.

Tips:

  • Groups vary: Selling vs yard sales
  • Yard sale groups just advertise the location of the sale, like Craigslist

Facebook makes it easy to sell, and you reach many neighbors that don’t use Craigslist.

Selling local isn’t the only way to make money on Facebook.

4. OfferUp

OfferUp is an app that rewards repeat sellers who offer good customer experiences. Buyers and sellers can both leave feedback for a particular transaction.

The feedback feature on OfferUp is very useful to ensure you are not being scammed.For additional security, you can also link your Facebook account to prove your identity.

OfferUp is that it’s like a local version of eBay. You can add items to a watch list, ask the seller questions with the in-app chat feature, and make a counteroffer.

This app is free to use. Buyers can search listings by category or proximity by entering their zip code or city.

OfferUp and Letgo are now the same app. If you’re a former Letgo member, you can buy or sell locally using OfferUp and its safety-focused Community MeetUp Spots.

5. eBay

Most people think that eBay is for only selling items that must be shipped. Buyers might live on the other side of the country or the world.

But, you can also do local listings for large and bulky items like furniture that require the buyer to pick up.

When selling large items locally, make sure you choose the “Local Pickup Only” option to avoid shipping costs.

I have sold old DVDs and car parts using eBay’s Local Pickup option. The process is easy and saves you from paying to ship.

Of course, many local businesses also list on eBay for additional exposure. Some offer free local delivery if you live within a certain radius.

If you own a business and a delivery truck, you might try this option.

Tips:

  • Free to sell
  • Pay fees once product sells
  • Ebay app is simple to use

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6. Chairish

Chairish is another app designed for selling furniture. You can also sell home decorations and vintage jewelry as well. There are a few caveats when using Chairish.

Tips:

  • Minimum listing price is $75
  • Chairish gets a 20% commission
  • Free shipping for some items you can take the UPS Store
  • The buyer has 48 hours for returns if shipped
  • In-person sales, the return ends at pick up

If you have quality items to sell, Chairish can be a good option despite the higher fees. Customers visiting this app are looking for upscale items that command higher prices.

Want to get top dollar for your diamond jewelry? Check out Worthy which has a 4.8 out of 5 Trustpilot score.

7. Dealo

Dealo app allows you to download, register, list or buy within 30 seconds!

This app is a little easier than Craigslist yet very similar because the buyer can contact you by phone or e-mail.

Many of the other apps only permit communication with in-app chat. Chat-only apps protect your privacy as much as possible until you schedule a meetup.

Tips:

  • Global app so make sure to set up local

However, some items can be easier to sell with a phone call or email. If nothing else, your buyers have more options.

8. Vinted

Vinted is an app that allows you to sell and swap clothing from your wardrobe. This app is most cost-effective when you swap clothing with another user.

You pay a commission when you sell your clothing.

Tips:

  • Listings are free
  • List any brands

You will get the best return on designer brands that are more valuable and less common.

It’s also easy to sell your items to out-of-state buyers as Vinted accepts credit cards. Plus shipping is easy to set up and display with your items.

9. Bookoo

Bookoo is a family-friendly app that has boards in most states and even some U.S. military bases located across the globe.

This app is part classified, and part social media platform. Sellers and buyers can create a profile and friend other users. You can build a level of trust with the buyer before you meet them.

Not being able to “meet” the buyer before the sale is one reason why some sellers avoid Craigslist.

Your profile also lists the other products you have listed. This makes it easier to make an additional sale for buyers looking to buy more than one item.

All sales occur locally, so you never have to worry about shipping anything.

Tips:

  • List your yard sales.
  • If your city does not have Bookoo, request one

10. VarageSale

VarageSale is another family-friendly app that has selling communities all across the globe. You can use VarageSale to sell or trade your stuff for free.

Products can be new or used such as:

  • Smartphones
  • Electronics
  • Furniture
  • Anything else you sell at a garage sale (that’s family-friendly and legal, of course)

There’s also an emphasis on safety. Each seller and buyer must first create a profile that includes a picture and a name. Until you do this, you can’t schedule a meeting.

VarageSale also has a 24-hour hotline you can call to report suspicious sellers or activity.

Because VarageSale emphasizes safety, it is one of the largest sell local apps in the world!

11. Instagram

You might only share your fun moments on Instagram, but it’s also another local marketplace. All you have to do is take a picture and include a small product description with a price.

Facebook owns Instagram, but that doesn’t mean every Instagrammer uses Facebook.

Young adults are more likely to use Instagram than Facebook.

There are some people and small businesses that have had great success selling on Instagram. Try for yourself to see what success you have.

12. Recycler

Recycler is one of the first online classified apps. You will have the most success with this app if you are trying to sell a used car, pets, or trying to rent a house.

It’s a regional selling app similar to the Thrifty Nickel newspaper that’s in your area.

Most product listings are in California. But, Recycler also serves communities in the Midwest and on the East Coast.

Since Recycler is one of the first selling apps, they have a loyal following.

13. 5Miles

The 5Miles app allows buyers to filter listings to within 5 miles of their current location. 5Miles allows you to sell all the items that other apps do and you can also list services, jobs, and garage sales.

There is even an “Online Skills” section. You might list here if you offer these services:

  • Celebrity Impersonations
  • Provide Online Training
  • Perform Pranks and Stunts

This somewhat unique app is free to use. The online skills section can give you a competitive edge.

14. Zaarly

This app is a little different. If you are a small business with local services to sell, Zaarly can be a good option. To only provide quality services, they have a rigid vetting process.

Currently, Zaarly only accepts sellers from Denver, Kansas City, Minneapolis, and Northern Virginia.

15. Hoobly

Hoobly is best for selling pets that need adoption. You can also sell other items with the app, but the audience mostly looks at pets with this app. It is free to post, and it is available for iOS and Android devices.

The other apps allow you to sell pets as well. But, Hoobly has an online reputation for this niche so it can be well worth your time.

16. Wish Local

Wish has two different sides to it. Buyers can use the app to find the lowest price from online retailers. There’s also the Wish Local feature that allows you to buy or sell goods locally. This app is unique because it is one of the few that is available for these devices:

  • Android
  • Apple
  • Amazon
  • Microsoft

If you like using Wish, you might try these Wish alternatives too!

17. Shpock

Shpock is short for “Shop in your Pocket.” It’s an Apple and Android app that showcases your listing with a large picture. Think Pinterest and their large, colorful pins. 

When shoppers are just browsing the map, a small picture populates with your pinpoint location. Users must click the pinpoint to read a verbal description of your product.

Let’s imagine you’re selling a bike. A picture of your bike will appear instead of the description of the size, model, and price of the bike.

18. Craigslist

The Craigslist app is very similar to the actual Craigslist website. Remember that Craigslist is the pioneer of online classifieds. 

It’s not always the easiest or most feature-heavy app, but Craigslist has a large audience. More potential buyers mean a higher chance of making a sale.

You might also consider Craigslist if you live in a semi-rural area because of its large online footprint.

19. StockX

StockX is a site that is a site where you can sell collectibles.

Here are some items you can sell:

  • Watches
  • Trading cards
  • Handbags
  • Sneakers

They do have an authenticity inspection and require sellers to ship with in two days of the sale.

20. Mercari

Although Mercari initially started in Japan, it is now very popular in the United states as well.

You can sell items like:

  • Electronics
  • Home items
  • Clothing
  • Toys
  • Sports items

You can list things for free, however, you will pay a fee when it sells.

Yard Sales Apps

This second section focuses on apps that allow you to list yard sales easily. These apps let your neighbors know about your sale.

And, having a yard sale is easier than listing each item individually online.

21. YardSailr

YardSailr is free to use for personal use and non-profit groups. You can list the items you have for sale and include the pictures and prices of featured items.

You can also share your sale on Facebook and Twitter.

Buyers can contact you through the app to ask questions. Your listing also appears on the app map so shoppers can plan their weekend route fast.

22. Yard Sale Helper

Yard Sale Helper focuses on helping people easily and safely locate yard sales in their community.

You list sales on the app map. The app lets you list featured items with photos, item descriptions, and prices to help attract potential visitors.

You can even share reviews, opinions, and listings on social media.

The one downside to Yard Sale Helper? This app is only available for Apple devices.

23. Yardsales.com

Yardsales.com is one of the most thorough apps for sellers. They offer a “Garage Sale Genie” pricing tool to help you determine the value of items you plan to sell.

And, you can hire helpers if you need help to set up or clean up your sale. These features are offered in addition to advertising your garage sale, yard sale, moving sale, or estate sale.

They also have a feature if you only want to sell 1 or 2 items on their virtual yard sale table too. Listing is free for single items and yard sales.

To enhance your listing, you can buy credits. These credits boost your listing to the top of the list.

24. Yard Sale Treasure Map

You will want to use Yard Sale Treasure Map to attract the serious garage sale deal hunters that map their route each weekend. It’s really easy to post your sale for everybody to see.

You only need to post in on Craigslist. The listing populates in the Yard Sale Treasure Map app. This app is for community sales and single weekend yard sales.

Yard Sale Treasure Map is easy and free to use. You can promote your sale within the app once it has been posted to Craigslist and appears on the app’s Treasure Map.

Summary

There are plenty of apps to help you sell locally, like on Craigslist. Or, you can be the “big fish in the little pond” with one of the other apps.

Getting rid of your items takes time. But with a little bit of effort, and having a list of apps like we listed above, you can move your items out and let the cash roll in.

And remember if you choose to go old school with a garage sale, use the apps above to get the word out and get more visitors.

67 thoughts on “24 Best Selling Apps to Sell Your Stuff”

  1. Have you checked the reviews for Decluttr? I would say they are reprehensible. I’m sure they do a ton of orders, so one might say it’s a small number of complaints, but, it’s over and over. They’ve even been reported to BBB, etc. Plus, the reviews seen (look in more than one place – they’re everywhere) are just what you’ve hit on and only those who have done so.
    I personally bought a CD from their shop on eBay that sells music (different name – there are several names affiliated with the same organization) and I neither received it nor got any message about it. This has been several months ago now. I emailed them and got no response.
    In the one message I got, the letter portion speaks like it was shipped a day or two after it was ordered. But, the date of shipping shown was 28 days after the order was paid. I have still never received it and have not heard from them. I would never promote these people. You might want to reconsider.

    I am one who has not filed anything or left a review. If I had the time…They had plenty of opportunities to contact me and plenty of time to get it here.

    This is just an FYI I believe you should consider, especially having them at top of any list other than BEWARE OF.

    Sabrina

  2. I have a question: What is the name of the newish sell/buy site that is advertised on TV? I believe it has a young couple who have just moved into a neighborhood and furnish their home with things bought from people living and selling nearby?

  3. Do you know if there are any apps that allow you to post the same ad on multiple sites/apps at one time so that you only have to go through the posting process once?

  4. I’m shocked Mercari is not on this list. It’s great for buying and selling anything. I personally have used most of the apps listed here, and Mercari is the one I make the most sales on. Thank you

      • Beware of Mercari! Read the reviews before you start selling or buying. They will suspend, ban, or deleted your account for no reason. All the hard work you put into posting pictures of items and building a good reputation will be for nothing because they delete accounts without telling you and then keep your money from pending transactions. This has happened to many people. I got suspended out of no where and I’m just a buyer. I did absolutely nothing wrong! Also, they will suspend accounts that are listed under the same address. For example, if you and your brother have different accounts but share the same address, both of you will get banned because they will assume it’s the same person with more than one account. Also, there’s no customer service. You will not have any luck getting a hold of someone to help you with anything. They also send you automated emails when responding to your concerns. This is just a heads up!

          • I love Mercari, I use it more than I do ebay or amazon any more and it’s much cheaper, and it is almost passing up my ETSY sales, as long as I follow the rules I don’t have any problem selling on there, and they only allow shipping an item, no meet ups. User are much friendlier than ebay or amazon in my experience and I get no where near the scams that come along with the bigger sites, and since they have ads on TV that will really expose the site to more and more buyers.

  5. Thanks, Josh. This has been very informative. Personally, I’ve had no luck with LetGo. I believe it has a lot to do with my location. It’s the worst. Is there any additional info you could share with me as I prepare to downsize, due to rapidly declining health issues? I could use help with listing and organizing to sell or auction. I have an urgency and don’t want to leave my family with this task, or “give” away a lifetime of quality belongings to support a community of thieves. I appreciate your input, time, and consideration very much.

    • Hi Keely,
      I’m Karla…… It sounds like you need a trustworthy personal assistant! Contact me if this is the case. I’d love to help if at all possible.

  6. Do you have recommendations for higher-end things? For example, how to sell nice antiques and furniture…

    • Usually local Facebook buy and sell groups are a great way to sell nice things. If the antiques have some value, though, you might consider an antiques dealer who will sell them for you on consignment.

  7. It looks like Backpage.com has been taken down for legal issues. You might want to reconsider suggesting it as a ‘best app’.

    • You could try OfferUp. Or, create your own Facebook page and then list items through any local selling groups you might have in your area. There’s also Shopify, Ebay, and Bonanza you could try. I wish you luck selling your products!

      • Hi I have a facebook store to sell my jewelry, and since I have made several sales and built a good rep with them they now allow certain sellers to ship items that are for sale in Facebook Marketplace, and you can ship nationwide instead of just locally, I just started using it last month when I found out I could ship my Jewelry directly from marketplace, and have had excellent success with it so far. For now they only allow shipping in certain categories (jewelry being one of them).

        They only charge 5% (YES 5%) for anything you ship, and you can add your shipping cost or ship for free.

        Goes to show that there are other alternative to Ebay or Amazon

  8. Does anybody know of any app that will buy dolls, teddy bears, or collectibles from you and will also even pay for shipping? (I’ll gladly post the pictures online for them). I’m looking to downsize by liquidating my stuff. Thank you.

    • A couple of the sites in this post might work for you. For example, you could try eBay and include shipping in the sale price of the item. I would read the terms and conditions as well as policies to find out more first, but you should be able to do it on at least one of them. Good luck!

  9. Swap.com is great for busy people because you mail items to them and they photograph and sell them, then send you the money.

  10. I have to reemphasize how horrible mercari is, just like the other person mentioned. They’ll delete your account with no warning, keep 10%, and their customer service is horrible. You can forget having a conversation with anyone. There’s no reply feature with customer service. Check out all the complaints on BBB. They have 1 star on there.

  11. Stay AWAY from eBay – they offer NO seller protection. There are so many scamming buyers who will lie and cheat and eBay will side with the buyer every time. As a seller, you will be screwed. I have had so many problems with selling on eBay. I take many, many photos, and measurements, and add extensive amounts of detail about every little thing. Some liar always finds a way to try to get a partial refund or return things due to buyer’s remorse and the seller gets stuck with paying return shipping as well as loosing the fee on the sale of the item. Just look at their policy before you go listing things on eBay. I used Mercari, but then you are at the mercy of the buyer actually taking the time to rate you so your money can be released.

    • I’m sorry you are not having good luck with these methods of selling your stuff. You might have to try some different ones. I wish you better luck next time.

  12. I’m looking to furnish a studio apartment. I have a new bed and other things. Basically, I’m looking for specific things. I need a chaise lounge, a love seat, a coffee table, and maybe end tables. Oh yeah, I want that high heeled shoe that you can sit on. Hopefully, it would have a small space to put things in it. If it didn’t, it wouldn’t be a deal breaker. I want certain colors suck as black, gray, stripes, and silver, maybe? Do you have any suggestions?

    • Although our posts are geared more toward selling stuff than buying, you could certainly use them as resources for where to go to buy some of the stuff you are looking for. Check out our posts about selling furniture online and locally.I hope you find everything you’re looking for!

  13. Mercari is the worst, but only because of their system. It is not the seller’s fault and I love the deals you can get from other people, but they will delete and cancel your transactions and posts for sale in an instant! I was only buying things, at first, as it is the whole point of the app. I went a little crazy with the deals and spend probably over $300 and BAM! They suspended and cancelled my account and my husband’s because we were using the same debit card and address!! It’s ridiculous and a complete waste of my time posting all of my stuff online for nothing, so please beware! It’s the “customer care service”, not the seller’s, but as was said earlier, there is no real customer service, just automated messages. They truly don’t care!

    • I’m sorry you have had a bad experience with them and feel they don’t care. Did you try to contact them about it by email or regular mail? Both of those, along with a phone number, are shown on their website. If you haven’t, I urge you to try to get your issues resolved.

  14. What’s the best e-commerce site to sell a luxury watch like an Omega ($2000)? I tried Craig’s List and eBay and got scammed by both. On both sites, the “buyer” was out of the country in the military and wanted me to ship to another mainland address.

    • One of the ways you can decide that is by thoroughly checking out the sites you are interested in trying. See if they are selling luxury watches and how much people are paying for them. Then, be sure to check their policies, terms and conditions to ensure you do not have problems before listing your item. I’m glad that you’re being careful not to get taken in since this is such a pricey item. Good luck!

  15. I just tried Mercari. The app offered a promotion: after listing 3 items for sale you could pick a free item to buy. I chose a dress but several hours later, the seller cancelled my order. Also, the shipping fees are way too expensive for the items I’m trying to sell.

    • I’m sorry you did not have good luck with that app. Perhaps you should try a different one, such as one suggested in this post. I wish you luck the next time.

  16. MaxSold is an estate sale service. I have not used them, but I have talked with them on the phone. They can do all the work for you and even get rid of items that don’t sell.

    • That sounds like a great idea if you have a lot of things you need to clean out rather than just a few. Thanks for mentioning it!

    • I don’t know if there is one dedicated to selling only electronics. However, you could check out the links in this post to see which sites sell electronics for the most money. Good luck and I hope you get them sold. 🙂

  17. Yes, I have had a bad experience on Mercari. They closed my account just because one customer was so mad that I cancelled her order. She already called it hers when I didn’t even get her money yet. Why not blame it on Mercari? If the buyer reports the seller on Mercari, you can’t even defend yourself. They will just send you a message that they will investigate and then they will decide without asking the seller’s side, even if you still have money in processing and the buyer didn’t rate you yet. So, the money is gone. That’s my experience. I still have the money on them that the buyer didn’t rate yet, even though she received it and messaged that they love the items, but didn’t give a rating yet.

    • I’m sorry you’ve had a bad experience with Mercari. I hope you contacted them about it and explained the situation. If not, I encourage you to do so in order to try to resolve the situation. However, keep in mind, there are other selling sites you could try next time.

  18. I am an administrator for a VarageSale group. There is no “24 hour hotline you can call”. In fact, admins don’t even have such an option. What it does offer is individually run group “communities” with at least one administrator. Communities are allowed to set the parameters they cover, for example, 30 miles, specific towns, etc. Many community administrators are local volunteers who are invested in their town, area, or community, and monitor activity and vet all requests to join. Some, however, are run by VS employees, and those groups do not have the same response time or invested admins.

    In my humble opinion, it is the safest buy and sell app to sell locally as its members are carefully screened. Your ad will only post in communities you belong to and there isn’t a shipping option. Meetups are in person. Your ad may be found in a google search, but only your first name and initial will be visible to nonmembers. If someone outside the group or area wants to contact the seller, they have no way to do so. They can message an admin with their contact info and item which we can relay to the seller, but the seller chooses whether or not to contact the person.

    Each group has their own “code of conduct” as well as VS’s Terms of Service, making it the most orderly of selling apps, again in my humble opinion.

    The app is free, but it does have ads that appear throughout the feed. There is no option to turn them off. I hope this helps.

  19. VarageSale allows you to request to join various area VS groups. Once you are a member of two or more “communities”, you only post once and select the communities you want it to appear in and your post will appear in all you choose.

  20. Hi, and thanks for all your different opinions, quite helpful! I had a terrible experience with Ebay as well. I have an antique McCoy Cookie Jar, which was created during the time of the movie, “GONE WITH THE WIND”, yeah, it dates me, who cares! Anyways, I gave dimensions, 6 or 7 pictures, explained how the African Woman won an academy for her performance, her name in the movie was “Mammy”. It starred Clark Gable, and the leading gal? Can’t recall her name at the moment. So, I was called by Ebay employer and was told to eliminate the word “Mammy”, and said that was ridiculous, because that was her stage name, but Ebay said, if I did not comply with the rules, they would discontinue my site. I must say, I don’t think people knew the story about this McCoy Cookie Jar, I had so many people viewing my site. I could not believe Ebay!! So, selling or listing anything there, is no longer an option for me. And, someone keeps hacking into my account, at Ebay. Ebay does not patrol and look out for the good of people selling. I had spent a lot of time on all the measurements, the research, of the background all these items, it all got erased!!!! I couldn’t believe this horrible waste of time I went through with Ebay.

  21. Is there an app that let you list once but then posts to multiple apps? I currently use Offerup, letgo, and Facebook market place with about the same results for all, So I have to list everything 3 times.

    • At this time there isn’t really anything like that on the market. Every one of those sites is its own business, so you’ll have to post separately for each one until something like that comes out!

  22. Deacon….do I access these apps thru App Store, google, or how. I commend your courteous responses to everyone. Thanks.

  23. Thank you for this list. I am about to try VarageSale and will report on my experience. I’m not very optimistic. I suspect that after driving newspaper classified ads out of business, on-line venues for local sales are drowning in their own toxins, and there currently are no good choices. I’d be happy to be proven wrong. I had always used CraigsList for local, cash sales, but it has gradually become a dumpster fire. At one time, they erred on the side of removing ads for no good reason. Visits to their message board revealed that administrators jumped through hoops to defend those practices, no matter how egregious, and repeatedly claimed that “99.9%’ of sellers were very happy with the service, without ever addressing specific issues. Now they seem to have gone to the other extreme of not removing an ad no matter how obviously bogus it might be. While that may seem to be an issue for buyers only, it creates buyer perceptions and encourages suspicions that also impact sellers, ntm the proliferation of duplicate ads and other bogus practices prevent buyers from easily finding what they are looking for.. Etsy seems to be easy to deal with, and may work well for small artsy crafters, but my experience is that they don’t have a large enough audience for other kinds of items. I’ve listed a few fairly valuable antique and vintage items there, and garnered a ton of “likes” but no offers. I’m not even going to attempt to use eBay until and unless they complete their divorce from PayPal, because of the latter’s reputation for automatically favoring the buyer in any disputed sale, even if the dispute is provably fraudulent.

    • Thanks for sharing your experience on some of these sites, Vinny. It can help others get an idea of what site is good for them!

  24. I sell or use Letsgo, OfferUp, EBay, Mercari, Etsy, 5mile, Sell4Bids, Popsy, & Sell cast and I’m still trying to get on Amazon and Each site is wonderful don’t get me wrong but towards sellers and trying to get clients to purchase seems to be a little difficult when people don’t know you they seem to fear to purchasing from you but it’s hard for people to know you if they don’t purchase and comment on you so does become a little difficult but I’m not giving up and I would tell you not to give up either just wish for the best and keep on pushing and son or later though noticed your name over and over again and you start selling or at least that’s what I’m praying for

  25. I have used NextDoor.com with success, neighbors know you, and can vouch for you and your address is up front !

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