heh. no one came to my yard sale.
August 5, 2005 7:51 AM   Subscribe

I need to find an ebay broker in the St. Louis area. I've only come across ridyourstuff.com and there's something a little too Fisher-Price about their website to make me take them seriously. Googling is just spitting back listings of people selling sports event tickets.
posted by pieoverdone to Shopping (6 answers total)
Have a look at The Selling Block.

I can't vouch for them on the selling end, but I can say that they're quite reasonable people to deal with if you're buying from them.
posted by Netzapper at 7:58 AM on August 5, 2005

iSold It seems pretty legit, and has decent strip-mall storefronts to drop your stuff off at. They seem to have locations in O'Fallon, MO and Wildwood; perhaps a bit too far out west if you're in St. Louis proper. They seem to have LOTS more locations coming soon to the area, though.
posted by zsazsa at 8:30 AM on August 5, 2005

There's one in the Old Orchard area of Webster, I don't remember the name, though.
posted by Ostara at 8:38 AM on August 5, 2005

Have you considered using the services of an eBay trading assistant?
posted by WestCoaster at 9:57 AM on August 5, 2005

I live in St. Louis. What exactly is an eBay broker? Maybe I can do it for you.
posted by crapulent at 11:00 AM on August 5, 2005

There's an ebay shop in Olivette on the north side of Olive somewhere near 170. It's just east of Nobu Japanese Restaurant. Looks like it's a TV or AC repair shop that also does Ebay listings.
posted by kdern at 6:26 AM on August 6, 2005

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