Whether you’re organizing your garage, or sorting through closets, that may also mean it’s a good opportunity to make some money.
If you buy a collectible, how do you know if it’s real and what can you do if it isn’t?
Second chance scams occur when the bidder on, let’s say eBay, who didn’t win the auction is contacted by a thief posing as the seller who says the sale fell through and the item is once again for sale.
Police arrested 44-year-old Dallas Jackson and were looking for his roommate, 38-year-old Michael Cripps.
Twinkie-maker Hostess only just announced its shutdown, but some people are already scrambling to make a buck on the remains of the dwindling supply.
Forget magazine drives and candy sales. A cash-strapped high school near Philadelphia hopes to raise money by auctioning itself on eBay.
When you go shopping do you use your smartphone to see if you can find items for less somewhere else? If so, you’re not alone.
The Sixers gave away pieces of the court Wilt Chamberlain scored 100 points on, and they’re getting big money on Ebay.
County prosecutors say Eugene Romano of Lehigh County and Damian Gasdaska of New Jersey purchased merchandise at a small fraction of the actual retail price by using fake UPC labels they attached to the items.
No sooner had bin Laden’s body gone to into the sea than eBay offered everything from newspapers declaring “OBL DOA” to an “Osama Flakes” fish food decal and a bin Laden pin-stick doll.
Today marks a year of life for a little sprout of a store, a beacon of green amid brick and concrete.
TypoBuddy.com will scour eBay for what you want – and things spelled similarly to what you want, in case somebody made a mistake.
Look at it, it’s awesome. I’d be silly not to drive to Reading to get one of these. That’s what I thought when co-worker Chris Johnson sent me the link in March. The Reading Phillies […]