Results From Selling Random Junk On Ebay

It’s been just over 7 days since I put up random pieces of crap for auction on Ebay in an attempt to raise money for my latest project, which is to try and reduce my mortgage by £15k.

I predicted I would raise close to a few hundred pounds from my auctions. Although, I did confess that I thought I was being optimistic. I genuinely am trying to sell junk.

Anyways, without any further ado, here are the results from my auctions.

ebay Auction Results

Men’s Armani Lucky Charms necklace: £164.99

Armani Chain

Men’s Burberry Wallet: £5.50

Burberry Wallet

Nokia 6101 Mobile Phone: £24.12

Nokia 6101

Vintage Hugo Boss Shirt: £2.20

Hugo Boss Shirt

TOTAL: £196.81

I was pleasantly surprised. I genuinely didn’t have faith in the crap I was selling. It just goes to show, one man’s junk is another man’s treasure. I should have more faith in random junk and in humans as creatures to buy a pile of shit. Lesson learned.

That’s another £200 added to the kitty. I may sell a few more items on ebay later on this week. In the mean time, I’m working on other ideas to help generate some cash.

Does anyone else have any money generating ideas? I’m open to “crazy”

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Paula 10th June, 2007 @ 13:51

Hiya. Just as you said, I got to your site via Sarah Beeny (but really enough about her already). I am inspired by your recent project and dead impressed with how well you've done so far... you are too hard on yourself. Paula

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The Landlord 10th June, 2007 @ 21:13

Hey Paula,

Enough of Sarah Beeny? Are you crazy, woman? NO such thing as enough.

I have to be hard on myself, otherwise I'll lose focus and slack off. Thanks, though, much appreciated :)

So, what's your story, son? :)

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