There are many places where people can sell new clothes online for cash. It is very common that people can buy new clothes and not end up wearing them thus instead of letting those new clothes rot in your cupboards you can sell your new clothes online for cash. Below are some of the places where you can sell your clothes and earn some money.
- Snob Swap
Snob swap is a great platform that represents many designer wears and sells their clothes. Thus it is a good place for you to sell your new clothes to earn some cash. However, just before the clothes are actually sold it goes through an authentication process. Listings of your clothes are free, although snob swab does take a small percentage of every item you sell.
Poshmark is one of the best places to sell your clothes. You can list your product in less than 60 seconds and make it available to people all around the world. It is more socially aware as compared to other online sites and thus lots of people follow it and keep a look out for the products that they are interested in. You just have to make the effort of shipping out the product and the rest is done for you.
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Using Instagram to sell new clothes is a great idea as you can profit a lot from it. Since there is no listing needed or third party included you are in control of everything; from choosing what to sell to shipping out the product. You can stay active for as long as you want and make sure you use as many hashtags as you can to attract more customers.
Tradesy is an online platform that has products ranging from Zara to Chanel. You can easily sell your new clothes here without paying for the listing of your clothes. Once your product is sold you will get a message or email regarding the shipping details. Tradesy does not charge much of a fee and with its simple procedure you can easily sell your clothes and earn some cash.
- Facebook Marketplace
Facebook has started a new thing in its latest update where you can easily snap and categorize your items like you would usually do on craigslist. Facebook neatly organizes and categorizes all your messages for you. Once you have received the payment for your clothing, you mark the item so it stops showing in the search option.
— Glam Gorgeous (@GlamGorgeousGem) 30 de julio de 2017