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Rona Resell: Pools

I know that selling pools on the mainland is very lucrative as the heat of summer and isolation of COVID-19 prevails. But I didn’t think pool selling would be popular in Hawaii since we’re essentially in the pool called the Pacific Ocean. But after seeing this in Target going to a single customer, pool selling […]

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ResExp: Expectations

Really, when it comes down to it, it’s about setting and managing realistic expectations. That’s another key distinguishing point between #coppingkicks and #rossfinds. For whatever reason those indulging in #coppingkicks are expecting to get every sneaker they go after. They’ll always expect the “W” and not just for a single pair but multiple pairs of […]

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ResExp: (Sneaker) Size Matters

Whether #coppingkicks or searching for #rossfinds, one notable distinction is that size matters. It really matters. Success in one field doesn’t equate to success in the other. So here it goes. When doing the #rossfinds thing, you’re hoping to score men’s shoes sized 9-12. These are the most common men’s sizes, so therefore, you have […]

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ResExp: May the Odds Be Ever in Your Favor

The kicks game comes down to the odds plain and simple. Even with all the tech, all the servers, all the software, and all the accounts, the main goal is to increase your odds of being able to purchase a pair of shoes. That’s it. All the aforementioned simply help you maximize your odds of […]

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ResExp: Revisiting Poshmark

I briefly dabbled with Poshmark as another means to sell my #rossfinds, but Posh is a different kind of place. The clientele is unlike eBay, and accordingly, your goods aka your closet, needs to match up. Rossfinds is not an ideal match for Poshmark since you can’t say the items are NWT (New with Tags) […]

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ResExp: Buying High End Kicks Is High Tech

The most obvious observation of buying high end kicks aka #coppingkicks is how high tech it is. Software bots, monitors, quick tasks, cloud-based servers, virtual machines, VPN, proxies, and more are just some of the tech you’ll need to be familiar with if you want the high end. It’s amazing to see what tools are […]

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ResExp: A Costly Lesson Learned

Whenever you’re learning something new, you’re bound to make mistakes. While you can research topics to no end, sometimes, there’s no better way than learning by actually trying… and failing. Like this. You see, I didn’t realize what ATC links were while #coppingkicks. And in a frenzy trying to purchase profitable Off-White Air Force Ones, […]

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ResExp: Risk Versus Reward

For the sake of brevity, I’ll refer to buying higher end items as #coppingkicks and buying discounted items as #rossfinds. Okay, with that out of the way, let’s briefly talk about the risk of either endeavor. With #rossfinds, you’re looking at discounted items, so costs of items are accordingly discounted. The risk of buying these […]

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eBay Peeve: Real?

Okay, not an eBay tip but a pet peeve. Just how are you supposed to answer questions asking if your items for sale are real or authentic? Um, yes… What kind of question is that? If fake, would I admit to that? And how am I supposed to determine the authenticity either? Yeah, I’ve been […]

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eBay Tip: Too New Isn’t Good

By now you know you can find completely random items at Ross. Most items are from last season or even older. But once in awhile, you find some newer items. In fact, some items are still being sold by retailers. Take these Air Jordan Trainer 2 Flyknits for example. While this model is still available […]

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eBay Tip: Pass on the Nike Theas

Personally, I think the Nike Thea line for women look great, especially the Ultra Flyknit versions. I love the silhouette and the interwoven colors of the Flyknit add another dimension. But this doesn’t translate to sales on eBay. And at around $55 at Ross, the Air Max Thea Ultra Flyknit costs more than average. Not […]

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