Have some questions about selling on ebay
I know this probbalyy belongs in one of the selling areas but i thought i would get more responses here. move if you want
I was thinking of ways to earn money to save up for a lap top and i came up with a pretty good idea which i don't know why i didn't think of before espically its has been going on for a while. i was thinking about buying all the compnents online building the computer and selling it on ebay. I was wondering what i should be concerned about if i do this. What are some things i should consider when doing this?? i just want to earn the cash i put into the comp and alittle extra to save up. and if it works out then i'll keep doing it.
any other feedback or remarks would be greatly appericated.
you will find a lot of competition and its hard to make a buck building with todays prices...good luck with it..want to make money?..buy memory while its low and resell when the price goes back up..it will by Christmas
I tis possible to make money on ebay but it is a bit of luck as to who is looking and what their knowledge is. I saw a PIII 800 sold for $405 two weeks ago when it was retailing on PW for $285. It was "guaranteed" at 980 but...
GroundZero3...I started building my own computers that way because I was tired of my wife paying the big bucks to someone else.However, I just bought a nice small AMD 500 unit off of ebay for$235...much less than I could have done myself. My wife and I are ebayers since the beginning and it seems that the only way to really make money is by a next to nothing investment, a rare or choice item( with a high reserve) or like daveleau said the right person is looking.An example...my father-in-law sold a fine NIB Rubik`s Cube from the `70s for $400. He put an identical one on a week later and couldn`t get $50 for it. When my wife and I stick with it we pull in an extra $300 or so a month.Look at the system category under computers and see what`s selling and for how much and you`ll get an idea of what might work. Good Luck.
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