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eBay Alternatives – Where can I successfully sell now?

I was on eBay for 6 years, over 10,000 positive feedbacks. i closed my account recently; I became to dissatisfied with their policies and rising of fees, it is too big now, I was also getting more non paying bidders than ever before and eBay seems uniterested in addressing these issues.
my question: I sell everything, at Present I have 4 dyson vacuums, 6 sets of cutco homemakers, kitchenaid mixers, 16 PS3s, and more than 20 wii. (to name a bit of curent inventory)I have researched and researched. Amazon, was VERY SLOW, Overstock EVEN MORE SLOW. I have found many collectible focused auction sites, but where are users like me to go? Powersellers who worked hard to keep feedback consistant. Craigslist…goodness, Craigslist just did not work. As successful as eBay is, has there been no decent alternative created yet for those of us who have become increasingly unhappy with eBay?
it seems like I’ll just need to put up "garage sale" signs and hope my neighbors are interested…

I’ve used http://www.oztion.com.au in the past, but I think they no longer accept sellers from outside australia

  1. A W
    July 2nd, 2012 at 03:25 | #1

    I have had good luck with Craigslist. Maybe it is just the location?

    Check Yahoo groups for keywords like cheapcycle. I run my local group and also belong to a few others. I have always had no problems selling stuff on the groups.
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  2. bella may
    July 2nd, 2012 at 03:32 | #2

    I am developing an auction web site.
    I plan on having small monthly fees rather than huge insertion and final value fees. It will only be $7.99 a month.

    We plan to promote using an affiliate program. If person A gets people signed up he will get 50% of the monthly fee person B pays, as long as that person is enrolled.

    We will start by giving a $100 credit for extras. Our extras are very reasonable, but we can’t offer them for free becuase there would not be an advantage if EVERYONE chose home page feature.

    I am so sick of the auction site I deal with, (you know) that I need to change asap. Then I figured that If I’m sick of it that others probably are too. So why not make a site everyone can use, not just me.

    Its a little ways off, but I’ll let you know when it’s up.

    good luck
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  3. Am B
    July 2nd, 2012 at 03:58 | #3

    Here are some that I know of: I have NOT checked them out because I don’t sell anymore.

    pupu.com, it is free listings for auctions and classifieds
    References :
    see above

  4. Claire
    July 2nd, 2012 at 04:25 | #4

    I’ve used http://www.oztion.com.au in the past, but I think they no longer accept sellers from outside australia
    References :

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