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I have a box of things I need to sell (chargers, n
bags clothes) should I try this? Or no ? It seems like an easy way to sell the stuff I need to sell but should I just spend the extra time n do it myself?
asked by Sara S. on 5/9/15
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If you list the items yourself rather than use full service, you can have a little more control over how much things go for. Just be aware that Threadflip DOES have TERRIBLE customer service AND take a WHOPPING 20% of your money AND you have to pay your own shipping fees. Plus, they don't get tons of traffic so get ready to man the site for more than a year before you sell everything. Ebay is faster.
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This site is ridiculous. They are either thieves or completely unorganized. They "lose" items, "ship to the wrong address", and donate items without your permission. STAY AWAY!!!
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I sent a whole bag of clothes. My first time using Threadflip. They said they were never received. I used the envelope they sent for full service. When I complained, they asked me to itemize for insurance. I am out! Use Poshmark!
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No they only give u like a dollar back for the stuff stay away from them
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In short, NO! Do not use full service. I would even use Poshmark or ebay. Threadflip does not follow good business practices or have redeemable customer service. It will be well worth your time to list items on other sites.
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