East Lansing, MI, January 04, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- $#!T4less.com [characters used to censor actual spelling], a marketplace web site that enables users to buy, sell, or trade secondhand, hand crafted, unusual and collectible items online, announced today its free resale program for helping users get rid of unwanted and unappreciated holiday gifts.
“There’s no reason to let those worthy but unwanted gifts collect dust and rust,” said Arjay Bulock, general manager and spokesperson for the site, “when they can be turned into cash by selling it at $#!T4less.com.” Launched in August of 2006, the site has been identified as one of the internet’s hottest new trends by members of trendwatch.com. For a limited time, the site is offering free post-holiday listings to those who want to sell items online.
“A secure, fast and simple and enjoyable experience for customers who are shopping used, hand made and secondhand items online is our number one goal at $#!T4less.com,” said Bulock. “One person’s trash is another’s treasure. The site is a great way to recycle, reduce and reuse, and sell off all those ties and unwanted gifts floating around after the holiday season. It’s also the perfect way to sell your handcrafts to a national market.”
In contrast to prevalent auction sites, $#!T4less.com is designed for users who want to quickly sell hand crafted, used and secondhand items without the necessity or bother of an adrenaline-rushed online auction. Users maintain real-time editing control over their listings and can post a wide variety of items for sale such as antiques, appliances, art, clothing, computers, electronics, furniture, games and toys, household items, literature, music, photography, tools, RVs, sporting goods, vehicles, and even heavy equipment.
For more information, users can log on to the alternative web address www.s4less.com.