|Name:||Software description and Technologies:||Method||Listing Fee||Final Value Fee||Shipping||Notes|
|Amazon.com||Item to Dollars||No fee||15%||Buyers pay shipping, can't set shipping amount.||
Relatively easy to use, just find you item and click 'Sell Yours'.
Requires you to use a bank account to collect funds and can take up to 14 days to receive the funds.
|CraigsList||Item to Dollars||Depends on category, most are free.||No fee||Always do Face-to-Face deals at commonly visited locations.|
|Ebay.com||Item to Dollars||
Minimum $1 listing fee.
Depends on category.
|6-8%||Buyers pay shipping, some category limit shipping amounts.||
Not much bidding up on an item because of snipers. Recommend setting high starting price.
PayPal will hold you money for up to 30 days or until positive feedback is received.
Higher priced items usually fair better on here.
|Goozex.com||Item to Points||No fee||No fee||Seller pays shipping.||
Every time you request an item you pay $2.
Also they will accept used PC games.
|iOffer.com||Item to Item or Item to Dollars||None||$0.50 - 40+1.5%||Buyer pays shipping||
Can do swaps.
Both parties pay $1.
|OnlineClassifieds.com||Item to Dollars||No fee||No fee||Buyers pay shipping.|
|Oodle.com||Item to Dollars||No fee, if you just list one per category||No fee||
None, if you just list one per category.
One thing cool is they list your items on multiple sites.
|Sell.com||Item to Dollars||$1-$6 per Category||Buyers pay shipping|
|SwapTree||Item to Item||No fee||No fee||Sellers pays shipping thru their service.|
|Goodwill / Salvation Army||Item to taxable income deductions||No fee||No fee||If an item doesn't sell or you get a bunch of low ballers, just drop the item off at Goodwill. Sometimes its just not worth the hassle of trying to sell it and you can get a fair market value deduction on your taxes.|