In this article we’ll look at what sells on eBay, but if you’re new to eBay read our guide how to make money on eBay first.
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There are lots of ways to make money, but just how fast is the payoff?
Many of the so-called quick money-making tips out there seem like scams, or are dependent on you having lots of free time. However when you’re struggling financially there are a few ways to earn extra cash quickly.
Getting started with selling online can be scary particularly if you haven’t done it before. You may not be that comfortable using computers or perhaps you’ve heard stories about people being scammed.
Read our step-by-step guide to getting started, and see if you can make some extra making money from eBay.
You’ve probably heard about the mis-selling of payment protection insurance, the “reclaim PPI” adverts, and the huge refunds some people have received. Because of the big payouts that some people are entitled to, claims management companies have sprung up, trying to earn commission by claiming refunds for you.
But reclaiming PPI isn’t as difficult as you might think, and we highly recommend that you reclaim any mis-sold PPI yourself. It’s free, and we can show you how.
Are you living on a budget and looking to maximise your income? Finding easy ways to make a little extra cash can come in handy when your finances are stretched.
But how do you make money from market research? What exactly is it anyway?
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We’ll never stop looking for new ideas on how you can make extra cash. From inviting people around to dinner to adding your wisdom to fortune cookies, it seems that new, weird and wonderful ways to make money are popping up all of the time!
(Please note that some of the following money-making tips have been added for entertainment purposes).
When you order items, there are many security measures in place to protect you against fraudsters, dishonest merchants and items not sold as described. This is good to know, as so many of us shop online nowadays. According to Internet Retailing, shoppers spent more than £130bn online in 2016, which is around £18bn more than in 2015.
Every now and then something can go wrong. A company might find they’ve overestimated how much of an item they have in stock. They may also find themselves unable to issue refunds.
A retail company has recently been in the news for offering goods such as Playstation VR headsets and Hatchimal toys before Christmas. Sadly, they were ultimately unable to honour thousands of purchases, which left a lot of people in a pre-Christmas panic (read more about it on MoneySavingExpert.com).
If you find yourself dealing with a purchase gone awry, it can be very frustrating. This is especially the case if you’re buying a Christmas or birthday present. Luckily, you DO have rights and there may be a way to get your money refunded: ask your bank to do a chargeback!