How To Make Cash On Demand

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Life is unpredictable and sometimes you end up in a situation where you have to come up with some quick cash.

Maybe you have an overdue bill, or you owe someone money.

Maybe you don't want to miss a once in a lifetime deal at your favorite store, or you need money to attend an upcoming event.

Well, luckily there is an effective way to make some quick cash and you can literally make $100 or more depending on a couple factors.

So, if you are desperate for cash you can buy low and sell high or sell your own stuff on Craigslist, eBay, and similar sites. You can even open up a garage sale if you have a lot of valuable things to sell.

For example, you can go to Craigslist.com right now and search the "for sale" section where you will find a variety of items that people have put up for sale. You're bound to find some items that you can buy and sell for a higher price.

If you don't have any money to spend on any items then you can sell what you already have. You probably have some old television sets, radios, cell phones, or anything else of value that you can sell right away. Make sure when you post your items up for sale you put a honest description of the condition of the item and take pictures if possible.

You can literally post something on Craigslist and get a phone call or an email from a potential customer in minutes. Then you can arrange a meet-up location and collect your cash in exchange for your item.

Another idea is to ask friends and family if they have anything of value and cut a 50/50 deal with them once you make a sale on anything they own. You can also ask your family and friends if they have any gigs or quick chores that you can do for some quick cash.

If you make use of all these ideas, you will see that the money can add up rather quickly and you might even decide to turn this into a long-term business.

There are people out there who are making a killing buying low and selling high. I've met people who drive around on garbage day, going through people's garbage to find valuable items that can be sold right away or items that just need some quick fixing and can be sold in the future.

Craigslist and eBay are great places to get something sold very quickly. You can sell anything from old books, to electronics such as laptops and mp3 players.

I know you have some junk you need to get rid of, so why let it collect dust when you could be collecting some quick cash?
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  • Profile picture of the author jdjenkins
    You can extend the eBay idea with dropshipping from Amazon. They aren't huge profits, but you can often make a few dollars per sale when buying low on Amazon and selling on eBay. Actually, you sell first on eBay, before you need to buy and ship the item via Amazon, which is good for the cash flow,
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    • Profile picture of the author Mutisyajr
      Originally Posted by jdjenkins View Post

      You can extend the eBay idea with dropshipping from Amazon. They aren't huge profits, but you can often make a few dollars per sale when buying low on Amazon and selling on eBay. Actually, you sell first on eBay, before you need to buy and ship the item via Amazon, which is good for the cash flow,
      This is brilliant. Especially with Prime to avoid long delays.
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      • Profile picture of the author hamzamarketing
        Originally Posted by Mutisyajr View Post

        This is brilliant. Especially with Prime to avoid long delays.
        Yes. I do Amazon to eBay arbitrage. I also use Prime sometimes because it gives you free shipping which leaves you with a healthy margin. Otherwise, I go for products that costs more than $49 because all orders above $49 are eligible for free shipping. Hope this helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author toysoldier80
    Excellent advice. I never really thought about it like that. Even yard sales, flea markets, and thrift shops as well. You be surprised.
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  • Profile picture of the author logmaster
    Do you have issues with Amazon blocking your prime account? How do you handle the sales taxes difference between the cost price and the sell price on eBay (Assuming that Amazon charges you sales taxes)?
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