My dude, there's no way around it. There's no get rich quick scheme. You're gonna have to deal with your parents shame and embarrassment for a while. You're 14 and they know you're 14. negotiate a payment plan to pay back the 300 with interest. Maybe like 100 a month for 4 months. That's 25/week, which is easily achievable any sort of virtual work.
Try being a virtual assistant on fiverr/upwork. Sell your used clothes or belongings on etsy/ebay. And maybe ask around to see if you can get some work at the school, maybe working in the kitchen or cleaning common areas. Buy yourself time.
I've been working on side hustles for years (one of which is now full time) and I've had never had a full time "career" style job. Just mindless work in retail or warehouses.
I have a degree in Marketing Management, I've run club events from ground up, worked on SEO for e-com stores, ran successful eBay & Amazon stores, imported countless Chinese shipments, basically everything within Marketing & e-commerce.
Every job that has been involved with marketing and/or e-commerce I've never got, when it's literally what I have been doing for years. I gave up after being told a £21k salaried job went to somebody with more experience when I've been doing the job for myself for 5-10 years. There's no way somebody with more experience than me was going for such a low paying job.
I also remember a £10 an hour job which was literally JUST listing charity shop items on eBay would be a "conflict of interest" as I am also an eBay seller. Being in completely different categories of products would negate any conflict of interest, plus I didn't really plan on competing with a charity shop to steal sales of products which I didn't even sell.
It was someone in a different continent, the programme included the website and marketing info (more about how to write proper product description for Amazon and eBay), I moved from that country and decided I want to sell premium products so learning about eBay listening wouldnt be useful so I didn't really utilise the programme other than the begining on product research. There were a few other reasons but the cost is still there.
I'm not an expert on anything but: eBay bc of the lower quality store front and general yard sale / scam vibes. Etsy bc of the longer processing time and more expensive, generally slower shipping. Amazon bc they generally don't care about delivery or quality control of the items being delivered.
For smaller amounts, you can sell it on Ebay. Foreign currency typically sells for a couple of percent less than the exchange rate, plus Ebay fees are about 15%.
In larger metro areas, sometimes a local mall will have a kiosk where they will exchange currency. Go to google maps in your area and search for "currency exchange" to see if there is one in your area.
sell it on ebay
As a heads up, all of the money I’ve ever made on my own (not salaried) has been on 3rd party sites like Etsy, eBay, and Poshmark. Until this thread I had zero awareness that sites need to be rather than are encouraged to be designed for use by the visually impaired.
This is a topic that never would have crossed my mind in regards to online sales and compliance with the law if I built out my own site. I’m sure that the vast majority of small business owners who list a small amount of products online that they primarily sell in physical locations are also unaware of this being the law. The examples you give about not being aware of workers’ required breaks or safety requirements are common knowledge, I am willing to bet that the majority of small business owners do not know about this ADA internet requirement as it’s such a niche issue that would affect practically none of their customers.
I appreciate that this thread was made because my due diligence would be looking into licensing and taxes to obey the law, not website development in and of itself.
Does anyone have the link to where FRC is being auctioned off on Ebay??
eBay and pawnshop
Does anybody have a link to the eBay auction for FRC? I would be down
Get a metals analyzer if hoarding gold, its cheaper then 1 loss from a fake. See the tungsten found in the valcambi bar yet? Silver on amazon, alibaba, and mercari is more likely to be fake then real. Ebay is a hit or miss but there are fake plated item there too. Are reputable dealers sell at huge premiums.
Sell on ebay or auction! Real values realized.
Save the clippings and sell them on eBay. I heard really hot normal girls will buy.
He spends more money on his thong collection than protein. He buys bulk shit from ebay lol
You should be more concerned with asset allocation as opposed to a “60/40” rule. At your age, 40% bonds may be too much because of where you are in your financial life cycle.
A basic run down of asset classes gives two main categories, assets and debt. Within assets, is value and growth oriented equities. And with bonds, there are multiple subclasses but the basic “safest” is treasuries. I say safest bc they are deemed risk free, compared to municipal, corporate, etc.
In your situation, you would probably do better with 60% growth, 30% value, and 10% bonds. But that opinion may be subjective, and ignores your risk tolerance, investment goals, etc., and only you can answer those questions.
My recommendation is research asset allocation, so you can better inform yourself on that topic, and maybe pick up a personal financial planning textbook that is offered to college students. You can get a solid education from those books and it offers invaluable knowledge that will benefit you greatly on your financial journey. You can also find them relatively cheap on eBay, etc.
A bit of advice on building a portfolio would include researching etfs that offer indirect exposure to stocks and can offer a diversified approach with every dollar spent. Determining which etf will be determined by your investment approach such as, are you growth oriented, value oriented, would you like a dividend growth strategy, the well is deep here, but these are basic strategies to get you started. Good luck.
"ebay / Amazon shut me down"... There are more red flags about that statement than a Communist parade.
Ecommerce. You have a good budget which you can invest in marketing. You can also import inventory from China and sell on Amazon/eBay. I can help in setting up an ecommerce store. But you don't have to (or need to) trust me. Even if ecommerce doesnt work out for you, as your inventory is imported from China, it will be at a much discounted price and you should be able to sell it anywhere (atleast with zero loss)
I bought a couple of the "gold" ones off ebay for a few bucks. Put one in a friend's retirement card. He loved it.
A quick search of eBay shows 609 results for these name-brand truffles (which shall remain nameless).
You'll be fine.
And if you start doing mad volume, you'll probably want to start buying direct, anyway.
Not such a good idea in the long run. You may think they " smell good", but in actuality they stink like synthetic industrial perfumes, they are even an hassard, contributing to bad IAQ, peoples migrains, sooting up the ceiling in house. And if you're in the US, what is the real profit margin if you have to handmake them in the garage; or are you ordering them from China and sell them somehow on etsy or amazon/ebay ? There is not cheap enough labor in most of the US to let others make them for you.
Good advice, I've thought about dumping the albatrosses on Ebay through a friend that does Ebay selling/arbatrage and letting them have a good percentage.
you need to find people to use your product on linkedin, twitter, facebook..anywhere. develop these relationships without pumping the platforms full of ads.
amazon was a book store. ebay for the longest time just sold beanie babies. airbnb was air mattresses for conference goers who wanted a cheap sleep.
start small. niche out.
This is done already on eBay in different forms. You can buy these other flavours, if that’s the main selling point of your business. There are listings for pick’n’mix and some for assembled gift boxes with a random mix.
You can get an idea of the volume by looking at sold listings and sort by latest first. It doesn’t look like much volume, so unless you have a strong plan for driving traffic from outside of eBay, (in which case eBay might not be the best choice to drive traffic to), you’re relying on capturing a percentage of that organic traffic. You could look at premium personalised gifts, incorporating these flavours many people might not know exist as your differentiation.
I’d suggest some of these existing competitors might be getting wholesale prices, so competing with them by buying directly from a retail outlet is going to make it challenging to compete on price and still make it worth your time.
Not illegal, but if the staff in the store are deliberately awkward and realise what you’re doing, they could refuse to sell to you.
I don’t know if they sell this flavour in the UK, but a while back I found White chocolate/Mango in an airport on the way back from Australia. It was disgusting. 😅
Where are you based? I am in UK and a CS from Imperial with 20+ years experience in marketing and working with various startups. (Don't get too excited, I am not an investor! 😉)
I note that you seem to be going up against eBay et al. This is a huge challenge and requires very deep pockets to reach your audience who are probably fairly ok with the 15% comm that eBay charge. With other free sites like FBniche FB groups too.
A multi-niche collectors auction site might work but you'll have to spend a lot to reach buying audiences to make resellers even think about using your platform. It's a massive challenge to get traction you need to get off the launch pad. Building the tech is the relatively easy bit!
I just checked-there is one on eBay for $59. A true commemorative.
Whatever your business is for dummies…such as “eBay for dummies” “entrepreneurship for dummies” etc… I love their books. There is one for everything.
Before Ikea allowed you to order online and get items shipped to your home, there was a cottage industry of people who lived near Ikea stores and would sell their products on eBay.
When I bought a bunch of those on ebay to give away they were $5 each, now they're selling for over $100.
eBay is so useless what's the point if people just jack up their shipping fees. It just puts it at retail price sometimes it's even higher
So even if the eBay of off-market deals existed you don't think people would use it? I mean I understand wanting to work with people you know because you don't want to get screwed but I can also see the allure of letting it get bid on to potentially earn thousands of dollars more than just sending it to your buddy Rick so to speak. I don't know I just think maybe that could be a new competitive edge.
If you're in the mood for a weekend....my advice to you....go to ebay or Amazon and buy huge beach balls. 10
People glossed over the AWS data. It made exact sense. Without AWS, AMZN is just EBay 2.
It was priced in accordingly.
Nah - it’s all flippers buying shit to sell on eBay
IG is for posting photos not selling stuff. If you're mostly promoting your products, people won't want to follow you. Why are you trying to sell via a platform that's not made for selling? Why not try etsy, ebay, or similar?
Want to own something? Go make it right now. You will own it. You can sell it on eBay. Go write something like a book. You will own it. Create an invention, patent and trademark it... you will own it. Then you can do whatever you want with it. Keep it, sell it, give it away, whatever you want. Want to become a CEO? Start a company. Become profitable.
If you don't want to own? Go to work for a company or someone else and willingly enter an employee agreement that will pay you for your services/labor/ideas etc. You don't have to do this but it is an option. Most will provide you with benefits like 401k matching. They legally have to provide unemployment insurance.
The choice is yours. Everyone who worked for George Lucas chose to and most probably lived very comfortable lives. They probably had a nice house, made enough to raise a family, travel and have a nest egg to retire.
Ebay is popping these days, not the stock, but the actual site because who the FUCK can afford this new over priced shit?
Ebay has many liquidators. Search the Ebay site.
Or maybe start with a google search:
You can also google " ______ the name of equipment that you are looking for __________ ______ your location ________"
Then click on the Image tab. You'll get all the info that you need.
damnit, are y'all still using Amazon?
I'm boycotting cuz they're evil
so I order a lot of stuff from ebay instead
I'd bet that meteor would sell nicely on eBay
This happened to me with a car lease. I had actually traded in two cars to go along with the deal. When they called me after two weeks I wasnt having it. I was already starting to feel the regret from signing into a bigger deal than I actually could afford so I was happy to return the keys and tell them I thought they had a shady business and no longer wanted the car and no longer wanted to do business with them. “Now give me back my cars.”… but they already sold one of them. So now I had some leverage and got a little more cash from them then that car was worth and drove my other car home. Two weeks later I bought a car on eBay, flew across the country to pick it up, and drove it back home. That’s my story.
eBay v2.0 & MySpace v2.0 arent in the same league as MSFT.
Business. Basically, it's the exact same situation as your brother. Growing small business with a constantly full Voicemail & I can't keep up with doing both the labor & admin as well as I would like. AI sounds like an interesting option.
I also have a friend trying to set up a YouTube channel and eBay store that could also use AI to streamline.
Any info is massively appreciated!
interesting, I don't see it on amazon, but i see it on ebay for that low. It is $90 on amazon for me.
I don't have a pc with a working CD drive atm, but I do have an old CD drive somewhere. Let me think about how to get this to work. I'd probably have to rip the CD into an ISO and then mount it on my PC as some sort of virtual drive.
Not ideal, but better than the other options so far, so thank you.
I originally put this at the end but this is important. I'm sure you're exhausted at the end of the day. But go back to Facebook while you're laying down and relaxing. Find other Facebook groups of just free stuff. Or go on Facebook Marketplace. Everything local to you that is free, go get. Relist those items on Facebook or eBay. People give away free stuff all over the place because they are cleaning out their house. Probably will be able to find a bunch of free baby stuff for your kid. There are plenty of YouTube videos about flipping items. Found free McDonalds Disney figures from the early 2000's. Sold in a couple of weeks for $140.
If your husband won't fight for you and your kid, you will have to fight for yourself and your kid. Let his car payment go and insurance. Get through to your kid being born and if your husband doesn't snap out of it by then, file for a divorce and leave. You should be in fight or flight mode right now. I hate saying it but it's true.
What others have said though. Your husband needs to go get a job to help support his wife and future kid. If he needs to, go talk to someone in your church if you go or to a close friend to vent whatever the heck he's stuck on. Or if your relationship communication is tight, you should be the one talking to him and figuring things out. Marriages don't work unless you work as a team. And currently, he's not pulling his part of the team. But you being his teammate in life, you also need to try to pull him out of whatever mental hole he is in.
After that, get food from a food pantry as much as you can. It sucks for your ego, but it is one less thing to pay for. Or there are plenty of Facebook groups that give out free food. Find those near you.
Pay for your rent / mortgage and utilities. That's next to make sure you have a place to stay.
I'm sure you know this but no fast food or eating out.
This title is akin to saying "I think Ebay is going to manufacture my product".
With that being said, if you don't understand Alibaba you need to stay away until you do.
Shopify is entirely different than Etsy. You have to drive all the traffic or no one will show up to your store. The platform itself can be great. We sell on Shopify, Amazon, eBay and Walmart. We have since the beginning and if we had been Shopify only it would have been difficult to get Shopify off the ground.
We used all profits from Amazon and eBay to advertise our Shopify store.
When Amazon is the only store left, we'll all be fucked.
When there's literally no competition, they'll have no incentive to provide good prices.
ALSO, their prices aren't even the best -- you're just uninformed. Literally everything you can find on Amazon, you can find on eBay, FOR CHEAPER.
Stop shilling for the richest fuckwad on the planet
Just made 33% on $EBAY earnings! Now my account has gone from $71 to $95!
The Chinese make a knock off battery for everything. I found one for a cordless vacuum that I have that hasn't been made in probably five or six years. Check eBay
>AMAZON SHARES UP 2.1% PREMARKET AS SMALLER RIVAL EBAY FORECASTS QUARTERLY REVENUE ABOVE ESTIMATES $AMZN
^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2023-04-27 ^04:34:53 ^EDT-0400
buy a used copy of this book on ebay "Start Late, Finish RIch" David Bach (I think , is the author)
#i had a uncle who use to pretend he was a Italian milf named Emanuella and he used to sell Used panties to men on eBay’s
And he would take protine shakes and just fart on em and wipe his anoos and
He would mail it out via ups
He was a 5 star ⭐️ seller on eBay with 95% positive customer feedback
Talk to the junkyards in your area, aka auto recyclers. Generally they will tow them for free but you will need the titles.
The Miata could sell if it's dry and rust free or close. If it's full of water that's not so likely.
The f150 could sell if it's 4wd, not so easy if it's rear drive. Condition is important. Dead when parked years ago is probably not worth much sales effort. Sell the easy parts yourself on eBay like the gauge cluster, computer, mirrors and lights and let it go.
I don't know how the Fusion will do.
Worth more on ebay than on the nasdaq.
$EBAY Reported Earnings
EPS $1.11 vs est. $1.07
Sales $2.51 billion vs estimated $2.48billion
Sounds like foward guidance is coming in inline.
Even big beat for EBAY
I have Tdoc, Roku puts
eBay and Meta calls
HOLDING EBAY AND META CALLS
I see people selling timeshares on ebay super cheap all the time so apparently that's one way people do it.
You could make up for your losses, if you go on a shoplifting spree at all their stores, and sell on eBay and craigslist.
What I mean by that is to get a item for cheap enough to sell on eBay and make any good profit the only affordable places are thrift stores and yard-sales because wholesalers and either too expensive or won’t sell to none business owners
Never accept payment for something you’re trying to sell online unless it’s cash or going through whatever marketplace you are using (eBay, etc).
sell it! tons of timeshares available on ebay. timeshares suck so much that you'll see people practically giving them out and occasionally paying others to take it off their hands.
Possibly the A4000. Low end but not shit, and many artist/designer types flog them on ebay when they buy the newest and greatest. Can't recall if it has nvlink though.
That's actually pretty cheap for timeshares. They are very difficult to get rid off. Some people list them for free on ebay in hopes of getting rid of them.
I noticed that too. Apparently nobody can be bothered to go on ebay and see how many of those presales actually sold. Big old goose egg.
LOL someone posted a chip on EBAY for 40k and they dont sell any on EBAY and bulls use that to justify holding the most overvalued stock in the nasdaq.
Lmao it’s up 100% this year alone since people realized the power of AI and cloud. Nvidia chips are selling for $30k on eBay with Zuckerberg and Elon buying 10,000s of them.
Nvidia 2023 returns > SPYs 8 year returns
Here's some advice from someone who went through it all.
You are never going to succeed if you let yourself be led by your emotions like this.
If you are being killed from the inside because you can't stop thinking about making money, then you are infatuated with the idea of being a rich person.
This isn't a healthy thing to orient your life around.
A really big thing to keep in mind is to stop focusing on the results. Sure it's fun to think about being rich and working from anywhere you want on a great business you built, but that isn't reality.
Your brain is creating an ideal situation for you to fantasize about, and then you are frustrated you aren't currently already living that life.
But this is what our brains do, they create this ideal life, but in a vacuum with no problems.
The reality is, there is no such thing as the life you're imagining. Running a business is very demanding. And it can be very stressful.
The stories you are being fed about making 7 figures from a beach as a digital nomad are intentionally cherry picked to use as marketing material in order to sell you courses.
They aren't real.
Business lesson number one is, don't get high on your own supply.
Look around and wake up a little. If you see a video on Instagram, or read a website, or see a an ad on TV, and you get excited about what it's explaining, that's because that is what it was designed to do.
Guys like Andrew Tate don't produce these stupid videos about being rich because they love to talk about it, he does it because he understands that if he can convince you that you're broken because you're not rich, he can sell you the fix. His courses.
People like you are RIPE for selling to because you want something so bad, and you're also looking for a shortcut to get there.
There are no shortcuts. It's going to take a lot of work, and a lot of dedication. And it's going to take time.
Anyways, to give you some advice.
If you want to make money in the way you say you do, you need to be patient.
Right now you don't know anything about much of anything,
That's ok, but you need to start learning. Start reading.
One of the most vital skills when it comes to any business is sales and marketing. There are a shit ton of books out there on this. And it's relatively easy to learn.
Let's say you set a goal for yourself to read every top rated copywriting and sales book in the next 6 months.
After 6 months, you will have gained a considerable amount of skill.
The next step is to sell that skill.
So you approach a business and offer your services as a copywriter. You might need to really dig to get your first few jobs (at very discounted rates), but you re-write the copy for someones webpage, or ad, and it gets them more sales.
You're instantly now one of the most valuable people to any entrepreneur in the world.
You can make them more sales. And that's all anyone cares about.
This is just one example of how you can learn, and then sell what you learned to start making money.
This is the fastest way to start generating your own income.
It's going to be faster and more secure than any eBay shit, or any FBA, and certainly better than dropshipping.
games workshop, solid company since 30 years, doesnt give a shite about crisis because people somehow still buy their plastic toys and a big series with amazon coming up to give them clout overseas and ridiculous royalties from amazon. then some more nerd shit, in a month they rerelease „the old world“ which brings like 30% of their customers back that used to only spend money on ebay for old minis. not 10x tomorrow but should 2x easy when the series releases.
Sell stuff on eBay.
eBay is the wave of the future 😎
Tempting to buy a few hundred shares, get the actual certificates, frame and eBay.
eBay search a used zebra 450 thermal printer, totally worth it. Usually find them with 4 rolls of labels included. 2,000 labels on mine so far and it’s going great. Definitely get a pirate ship account too.
None of these companies have their main global asset or platform as a wordpress site.
Ebay is proprietary, sony is adobe, cnn is nmos, reuters is proprietary. I can check the others if you want as well but these ones i could tell yoh off the cuff
eBay, Sony, GM, UPS, Forbes, CNN, Reuters, The NYT, Samsung, IBM and TechCrunch are using WordPress as their blogging or website platform.
You gonna do a video of eating that phone?
Hello! It's great that you're interested in earning money online. There are many ways to make money online as a teenager in the UK. You can try taking online surveys, selling items on eBay or Amazon, or even starting your own blog or YouTube channel.
You mentioned drop shipping and clothing brands. While it is possible to make money with these methods, it's important to note that they require a lot of work and dedication. It's not as easy as some people make it seem on social media platforms like TikTok.
If you're interested in starting your own business, you can try selling items on Etsy or Redbubble. These websites allow you to create your own designs and sell them on various products like t-shirts, mugs, and phone cases.
I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions.
Yes, but also pair it with an online shop, possibly Shopify, and if your stuff is appropriate for Amazon FBA or eBay, take advantage of that. Use TikTok and IG to make videos of your operations, day to day life, ideas, struggles and any funny stuff that happens.
RED DILDOS FOR SALE ON EBAY
To be honest my extent of market research was comparing sales to eBay. Qty/frequency and price
I was on eBay to begin with. Graduated to Amazon fulfillment. You are right my product wasn’t good then I lost money and fell out of it during Covid. Any chance you could share your story?
Flip it online. Sell on ebay/Facebook/Craigslist, maybe spend an hour each night (school comes first though) to list and ship.
>but then what to do with the that incoming Venmo transaction.
You categorize it as restaurant expense so it nets to $75
>Another example, I fixed my grandmother's laptop for her. I had a charge from eBay and one from Amazon for the parts I needed to do the repair. She then gave me a check to cover the cost. In this case, it's net zero for me so I really don't want any of it tied to any budget category.
Categorize the check and the purchases as the same category.
>Is there an app that's good for this?
Mint, personal capital, YNAB.
>tl;dr -- all budgeting apps seem to want to assume every expense on every account is mine and mine alone and I should be budgeting based on the full amount of all expenses.
You just need to put on your thinking cap for a moment my friend. The out of the box options meet your needs
People selling on eBay just use an app specifically designed for eBay to remove backgrounds from their images.
When was the last time you bought spy glasses or spy cameras from eBay, google cameras, arlo cameras better than spy.
Spy is a dying company trading at $412 overvalued shit.
Could also work for people who want to take product photos of the stuff they sell (private label, on ebay, etc)
I've got some BOIL and EBAY that are up
Sell them on eBay
Ebay is so useless. I tried to look up lighters, all it had was 210,000 matches.
Resell it on alibaba/ebay.
not getting 300k but 60k is 60k
Ironically one of the things that saves me is I collect very old [golden age] comics.
These aren't random items, I'm looking for specific issues in specific condition at a particular price range. The fact is even on ebay these come up infrequently, so I have like 4 different qualifiers (price /issue/ condition/ availability) so there's no such thing as impulse buying.
My collection grows slowly, but it's methodical and I'm content with what I have and that I'm making progress.
Sounds like you just need a local bank account. Even if you just keep $100 there you can use it as a means to get physical cash or make deposits, then transfer money in/out to your other accounts. Paying a fee to a third-party is silly if you can open an account at a local branch that doesn't charge fees.
I respect your commitment if you need to save money, but surely you could afford a refurbished phone for like $50-100 on ebay that can handle a modern OS? If you don't have $100 laying around I understand though.
Other than that I really have no ideas besides borrowing a very highly-trusted friend's phone, doing the deposit, and deleting the app/login data immediately afterwards.
I checked the list of exhibitors and for example there is no Warner Bros carrying the trademark of Friends tv show (I want to use "central perk") so it's not solving my problem but anyway thank you for your proposition, it's a good one.
On ebay/ I saw a lot of t-shirts or hoodies with this kind of logo. I don't think all the sellers have a licence for the trademark but ebay/Amazon is not removing the auctions. Is there a reason behind it?
I agree. This trader, based on the risk graph, must have a bullish outlook. I believe 42.46 is the upside breakeven since it was put on for a 0.04 credit. 0.04 sounds little but at 3000 contracts, that’s $12k. If the stock rallies to 50, this trader can make over $1 million. Risk is the downside and potentially lose $600k if EBAY hovers around 40 even with still 1 day to expiration. Trader will experience max loss of $750k at expiration if underlying is at 40.
https://www.ebay.com/str/omijewelry?_trksid=p2380057.m4084.l113337 auctions end in 2 hours regards
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With TheSellerHelper.com, you can automate everything from A to Z and run your business more efficiently. So, whether you're uncomfortable showing your face online or simply prefer to focus on the business side of things, drop-shipping with TheSellerHelper.com can be a great way to achieve your online sales goals without ever having to be the face of your business.