No. Absolutely not.
I'm floored by reading reviews now from pride who sent their clothes in & had similar experiences to mine. I wrote my review in October of 2014!!! Almost 90,000 people have read it to date & yet - here it is, 2016, & I see a bunch of enraged reviewers from this week alone! Did they not believe my review? And those of SO many others?
I've discovered a fair amount of autocorrect typos in my review (that I can't correct, unfortunately), but the meaning of even affected sentences is still pretty clear.
When I say that each of my 3 bags had at least $1000 worth of 90% NWT clothing (like the Limited Edition Isabel Marant items I mentioned), I am not exaggerating. ALL of my NWT clothing sold IMMEDIATELY! Why wouldn't they? They were listed at more than 75% off! No doubt the Dane person snatched up all of the Marants, for example, & turned around & sold them on EBay for at least 3x what they'd just paid for them, because THEY WERE GOING FOR MORE THAN THEIR RETAIL PRICE THERE!
And what did I get for them? About $2/ ea. No joke. This, after their site's seller calculator estimated an upfront payment of at least $20/each in upfront payment. And really, they - along with ALL my other NWT, still current, designer clothes, should have been sold on consignment - not with an upfront payment.
DO. NOT. SELL. HERE.
People are finally catching on - which is why, if you read recent buyer's reviews, you'll notice they don't seem to have much of quality to sell.
Good. Because anyone buying from them, knowing that they rip off sellers terribly, is earning plenty of bad Karma themselves, by supporting the thieves that own/run ThredUp.