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Any 501c charity  ....like IMOM....can be named for the proceeds of your item for sale and if you give 100% of your sale to the charity then your fees will be refunded by ebay.  It therefore costs you nothing (but time) to sell stuff on ebay for IMOM.   Make sure your buyer pays for the shipping and you have ebay (paypal) give all the income directly to IMOM and ebay will refund their fees to you.  If you give 50% of your sale to the charity then 50% of your fees will be refunded by ebay.   Just an idea if you got something to get rid of...ebay is a good spot.  Lots of people here lost plenty in fires and floods and will buy on ebay.

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This is good to know. I actually did not know this and I have sold on EBay before.  Great news. Thank you!  I assume its an option somewhere in the setup of the item that your selling?


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There is someone who lists IMOM as their charity quite often. It's a great way to donate to a charity. We appreciate it very much.:pp_animal_568:
Jacki and Magic, IMOM Founders

Please make a donation: http://imom.org/donations

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