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    I have clothes that I dont like anymore and lots that I am growing out of due to weight loss.I don't have a lot of money either so what better way to make some than to sell my old clothes and stuff on ebay!

    I'm a bit scared though.You have to work out the P&P costs and such like and it just doesn't look easy.
    Does anyone sell things on ebay who could give me advice?
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    to work out the postage, weigh the items and see how much it would cost on here:
    http://www.royalmail.com/portal/rm/c...2&catId=400029
    (although you might want to allow a bit more weight for bubble wrap etc)
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    Great,so how do you weigh the items and packaging?This is such a stupid question but what kind of scales would you use?
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    ive got some scales kinda like these:
    http://www.staples.co.uk/eng/Catalog...affixedcode=WW
    if you weigh a item and its about 200g (which would cost less then £1.50 to send First class standard) i usually allow an extra 50g for packaging so i'd charge about £2- £3
 
 
 
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