How to Make Money with Useless Junk


Useless you have any? I bet you do. In the garage, in the attic and yes right in your clothes closet you have lots of stuff that you do not need. Instead of keeping items you cannot use, why not make money with useless junk? This eHow article will teach you how to make some cash with your useless stuff.

  • Collect all your useless junk and make a list of all the items you have in your home. Place it all in separate boxes by item and label the boxes so you can access it easily. Discuss whether you need the items with your family. Avoid arguments by not throwing away items that are valuable to your family members.

  • Have a garage sale and sell all your useless junk for cold hard cash.

  • Barter your useless junk with friends and neighbors.

  • Visit country fairs, trade shows and conventions to sell your stuff to people who can use it.

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