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Thredup user banned
25th Jan '13

Thredup is now accepting junior clothes! :lol: They're moving on up.

user banned ........., KS, United States 15498 posts
26th Jan '13

Hell yes!!

meℓissa♡ 1 child; ,, CA, United States 17774 posts
26th Jan '13

yay!:lol:

user banned ........., KS, United States 15498 posts
27th Jan '13

I wonder how much money I can get, I need to pay off my credit card.

meℓissa♡ 1 child; ,, CA, United States 17774 posts
27th Jan '13
Quoting Britney Ilana:" I wonder how much money I can get, I need to pay off my credit card."


just keep in mind they're kinda stingy .. I sent in 30ish items, all the clothes were in like new condition, from places like children's place.. they gave me about 10 dollars. so it averaged out to be about 35 cents per item:?
when buying clothes, thredup is a good place to get a good deal on stuff ... but when it comes to selling, yeahh no. from my experience, you're better off putting your stuff on ebay

user banned 3 kids; Portland, Michigan 15675 posts
27th Jan '13
Quoting Momma to L ♥:" just keep in mind they're kinda stingy .. I sent in 30ish items, all the clothes were in like new condition, ... [snip!] ... good deal on stuff ... but when it comes to selling, yeahh no. from my experience, you're better off putting your stuff on ebay"


:!:



This.



Brit, what are you selling?

user banned ........., KS, United States 15498 posts
27th Jan '13
Quoting Momma to L ♥:" just keep in mind they're kinda stingy .. I sent in 30ish items, all the clothes were in like new condition, ... [snip!] ... good deal on stuff ... but when it comes to selling, yeahh no. from my experience, you're better off putting your stuff on ebay"

oh, well then screw them.