Its not that hard to sell stuff online these days. eBay is the go-to destination for most people. Create an account, list your product and wait for someone to cough up money for it. But what if you don’t want to do any of that? eBay announced a new service today for the lazy among us. The service is called eBay Valet and works through a mobile application that has only been released for iOS right now.
The service actually appears to be a thorough rebranding of eBay’s existing Sell for Me service. It has been around for quite some time now and gives users the convenience to shift the responsibility to someone else for a price.
That’s exactly what eBay Valet does. The app connects users to “eBay experts” or valets that will take care of the entire process. Simply take some pictures of the stuff you want to sell and a valet will estimate its price. If that price floats your boat ship it to the valet, you will be sent a box and free shipping labels.
The valet will then take professional pictures of the item and list it on eBay. Once the item sells you can collect 70 percent of the proceeds from the sale two weeks after shipping. eBay’s cut for this service is 30 percent.