The most successful consignment shop owner in Sydney, Michael, has been able to sell his clothing on eBay for more than 20 years without much trouble.
Key points:Michael, who runs the shop in Bondi, has sold his clothing since he was 16Mr Michael said he was happy with the response to his businessMr Michael is happy with his current businessThe owner of a boutique clothing store in Sydney’s Bondi was recently approached by a customer for his items for sale.
“I don’t have any big problems with the business,” Mr Michael told News.
“It’s not an eBay business.
It’s not a business that has been in existence for a long time.”
The eBay business is for people that don’t like to deal with any kind of bureaucracy, and so that’s what I’ve done for 20 years.
“People are very kind to us, very kind, very helpful, very good people.”
Mr Michael was recently contacted by a client for his clothing for sale at his boutique, Mr Bains.
“He was looking for a dress he wanted to wear and wanted to buy it,” Mr Bays said.
“So he sent me an email and he said, ‘I’m in Sydney.
I have a friend who has the dress, I want to buy this dress.'”
Mr Bains was surprised by the email, but said the response was great.
“She said, I can come in and I can buy it, I’ll send it to you for you to do your shopping,” Mr Martin said.
Mr Martin said he wanted his clients to know that he was here to help.
“We’re a very simple business, so I thought, ‘Well, what if I can make it simple for them?'”
Mr Martin told NewsComau he was interested in doing business with people who wanted to make money from the sale of his clothes.
“And I think it’s a great idea, and I’ve been doing it for the last 20 years,” Mr Brown said.
The owner is still a little concerned about the potential legal ramifications of selling his own clothes online, but believes the business model will work for him.
“There’s no need for anyone to know what I sell, what my clothes are,” Mr Johnson said.