Tuesday, 28 November 2017

I'm stumped

I'm stumped, hubby has a watch he no longer wears, it was a gift from an ex girlfriend many years ago. It's not his sort of watch, it's very garish and flashy, very blingy.
So he decided to sell it, it would add a few pennies to the coffers or so we thought, but no.

We cannot list it on eBay or Facebook because it seems it is a fake, well we knew that and wanted to list it as such but neither site will accept it.

I tried the local pawn shop and cash converters all with no joy, I could take it to a local charity shop but then they might get into trouble, maybe it would be safer just to bin it!


Anonymous said...

If you don't want anything for it and it's in good working order - how about putting it on Freecycle? It may make someone a fabulous Xmas present. Debbie

Frugal in Essex said...

That seems crazy when as a former Customs officer I can go on both mentioned sites and pick out counterfeit stuff by the dozen. Not to mention those selling fags and tobacco!!! Madness!

cumbrian said...

Car boot?

galant said...

Yes, I'd bin it unless getting money for it is imperative, Hester.
Margaret P

A Heron's View said...

Give it to someone who needs a watch.

Winters End Rambler said...

Raffle prize for worthy cause? x

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