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    I am changing flats this summer and I have WAY too much stuff.

    I am cleaning out my wardrobe and for the designer items I don't use, I am selling online. However, there are stuff in my flat I don't use, and I don't have the energy/time to sell it all online. I saw this ad on tv for cashconverters.co.uk. I don't care that much if I don't get optimal price for stuff, I just want something back.
    They haven't listed on the website what kind of stuff they actually take in, but it says "anything of value". So this far I'm thinking a silver bracelet, a vase from Harrod's, a SLR camera and an old iPod.

    Anyone used this sort of thing? There is supposed to be one not too far away so I was thinking of going tomorrow. What were the prices like, of the things you got back? Was it effective?
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    (Original post by Millie228)
    I am changing flats this summer and I have WAY too much stuff.

    I am cleaning out my wardrobe and for the designer items I don't use, I am selling online. However, there are stuff in my flat I don't use, and I don't have the energy/time to sell it all online. I saw this ad on tv for cashconverters.co.uk. I don't care that much if I don't get optimal price for stuff, I just want something back.
    They haven't listed on the website what kind of stuff they actually take in, but it says "anything of value". So this far I'm thinking a silver bracelet, a vase from Harrod's, a SLR camera and an old iPod.

    Anyone used this sort of thing? There is supposed to be one not too far away so I was thinking of going tomorrow. What were the prices like, of the things you got back? Was it effective?
    Well if you're going there tomorrow, you might as well ask them for a rough estimate as to how much you could gain from selling your items.
 
 
 
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