A free site to sell used children's gear

June 29, 2009 9:54:13 AM PDT
"We took the best of eBay, Craigslist, and consignment shops and rolled it all together and came up with Kidzola.com."

That's how Lisa Szymczyk, founder of Kidzola.com describes her website, where parents can sell just about anything related to kids.

"Anything from toys to clothing, baby gear, books and movies, furniture, room decor, and we recently added a maternity section, " Szymczyk says.

Using the site is free to both buyers and sellers. Unless you don't have time to take photos of your merchandise and post them yourself. That's where Kidzola consultants come in.

"They will pick up your items, take pictures of them, post them, complete the sale and write you a check for 60% when it's all finished," Szymczyk says of the consultants.

They keep a 35% commission. Szymczyk says being a consultant is great job for stay-at-home Moms. And the site is looking for consultants in the Philadelphia area.

There are few items Kidzola won't accept, including baby car seats that have been in accidents or are more than six years old. And they have a link where you can check if any of your merchandise is the subject of a recall.

To check out Kidzola, click here.

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