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How and when do i get paid for clothes i mailed in?

asked by carol j. on 11/3/15

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Not worth it unless you have stuff priced over $40 and can get 40%. There percentages are ridiculous for lower priced clothes. You can order return assurance for about $12 but be prepared to get a bag back with your items stuffed in like garbage. They do not even take the time to fold things nicely even though you pay for this service.
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As everyone said "don't bother, you may get only $1 or $2. I send them 5 bags in different times but didn't get much. I don't shop or consigne there any more. I take it to local conginment shop.
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If you have quality clothing, I suggest you sell them at your local consignment shop. You will be disappointed if you sell to ThredUp.
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I will personally never send any more clothes in. For a huge bag of about 25 brand new, name brand items (jcrew wool blazer, lucky jeans, diane von furstenberg skirt), i got $75. HUGE RIP OFF. If i'd sold on ebay, i could have gotten $75 for one of the silk camisoles i sent... waste of time.
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I would DEFINITELY not send ANYTHING to them. They are a rip off. I sent hardly worn in excellent condition clothes. They rejected 90% of it including a brand new Kate Spade purse in its original dust cover. After all was over and done and I got my things returned back to me I made $2.80. DO NOT USE THIS OCMPANY!
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Personally, I would never use this company again. I have no idea what they did with the nicer clothes I sent them (2 with $100+ tags on them). I would just prefer to donate them and know they are going somewhere they will be used.
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They do not pay much and keep emaily u and say sweet we sold your item... but as i said i send worth of 800 brand new bay cloth just got 28 $ back. Still think it was not fear...
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No. I am donating all of my clothing that is now too large, to a local thrift store called Bibles for Mexico. At least the clothes have a chance of going to someone who will get good use out of them.
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Donate to Goodwill and take the tax credit because this place will NOT help you. Go to a local consignment shop sell on Offer Up. I; ve had great luck on it
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Don't do it. Take the clothes to a consignment store and make a few bucks. If you send them here you'll get nothing. It's a scam.
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Do NOT sell to them. Horrible experience. Basically stole very valuable things from the bag and when I tried 4x's to write and call about this no one will return m, y call and it's been 2 months. Bad business!
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I don't think so. That said, if people don't send stuff in we won't get such great deals.
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I had a good experience. My first bag is lost from the post office, still trying to track that down. The second time I got $17.00 and two of my purses on consignment. I thought it was easy and had good results. If my handbags sell it will be definately worth it.
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When they receive my bag, I always get an email saying when I can expect my payout. Recently, since they added the second processing center here on the East coast, I'm noticing that things are happening a lot faster. But it does still take a couple of weeks usually.
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You won't get paid how you think you will. I've waited 2 1/2 months to get "paid" in my paypal account (after fees) or you can use the credit towards a purchase on their website
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