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  • A convenient way to shift second-hand clothes
  • A convenient way to shift second-hand clothes
    David Sorich (2012) ©
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A convenient way to shift second-hand clothes

Whether you use eBay or Depop, selling used clothing online is old hat; a great way to make some quick cash. But taking photos, answering buyers' questions and shipping the goods takes time. Twice seeks to 'take away all of that pain' and help people save time while they earn money.

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