QuikDrop International announced today that total eBay sales have surpassed $50 million at its eBay drop-off retail stores since it 1st opened for business in February 2003. The company has now served over 57,000 customers over the last 44 months and closed over 300,000 auctions on eBay.
QuikDrop makes it easy for clients and businesses to sell items on eBay. It handles digital photography of the item(s), writes a detailed description and posts the product on eBay, the world’s largest marketplace. When the item sells, QuikDrop packs and ships it to the buyer and sends a check directly to the seller, minus a commission.
‘We continue to pay out tens-of-millions of dollars to people in the communities we serve,’ says Murray Mead, President of QuikDrop. ‘All from items people don’t want or need anymore. There’s a rapidly growing consumer trend to sell stuff on eBay you don’t use or need anymore in order to get what you really want.’
QuikDrop is the premier eBay drop-off store franchise.