I'm thinking about opening a online second hand store with name brand clothing. My mom thinks people won't but it because you won't know how they fit. So my question is would you buy online second hand clothing? Please be honest, I don't want to waste my time if no one buys online.Answer Question
Answer by vabchmommy at 1:34 AM on Apr. 26, 2009
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Answer by yoshiki56 at 8:24 AM on Apr. 26, 2009
Yes but it would have to be a reasonable price because if it doesn't fit returning it makes it no longer worth while. For the amount you'd pay to ship it 2-3 times(to return it), plus the cost of the item I could probably get it new.. shipping it once is ok.. shipping it twice means I've screwed myself out of something that I would actually have the ablility to try on and know it might last longer. Make sure you go into detail about the size, measurements, conditions etc. I'm a huge fan of used stuff but that is the biggest problem. For instance, I bought a toy for $20+shipping on ebay=$30-35 total. The toy shows up broken, seller then suggests I send the toy back so she can send me an identical one.. so you want me to pay to ship this toy 3 times? So I can pay close to $40 in addition to the $20 toy.. which would have cost $35 new?? See what I mean?
Answer by s.teph at 8:27 AM on Apr. 26, 2009
I should clarify, the seller I referred to wanted me to allow her to make good on her sale, which I don't have a problem with in theory, but I had happened to run into a neighbor throwing out the identical toy and hubs said he'd take them apart and repair one of them. So my need to have it replaced was no longer there, and I wasn't about to pay double the cost of what the toy sells for new when it was a used toy.
Answer by s.teph at 8:30 AM on Apr. 26, 2009