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3628 Ave Of The Cities
Moline, IL 61265
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I recently placed items on consignment 2 weeks ago. I chose NOT to donate because I can take what they don't want to Goodwill and name my price for my donation and use the receipt for example of $1,000 and that will give me a tax break of $250! And that is worth a lot to me rather than getting only $1 or $2 with consignment here and there. I took in a whole cart full of baby clothes and toys in season, gently used. I only buy Gymboree, Baby Gap, Carters, Macy's brand, some Kohls but there may have been a few others but in great condition. It was all baby boy and girl up to 3 years. Blankets, diapers, training pants, swim diapers. I did not give them anything stained or torn. I couldn't believe I got almost a whole cart full back! Of good clothes many people would want. Perfect barely worn brand name clothing! Some toys they said I needed to put batteries in first. And the stuffed animals, elmo/big bird/cookie and others in perfect condition they gave back. I looked on their shelves and saw stuffed animals that were raggedy and worn, and a lunchbox used for $12! So far they have sold 19 items and my balance is $31.30. You can check your balance online and it does not show what the item is or how much it was sold for, only the tag number they gave it and date it was sold. IDK? This is my first time with any consignment shop. I should probably ask why certain items were not taken. They didn't take the pants, d/t not in season, but on the phone they said they always take denim jeans and I saw many ladies pants on sale in my size section. Many items that looked new, like shoes, including Franco DeSarti, are priced just about the same as in a store like Von Maur but in the sale section at $70 to $100. I wouldn't pay that price for even that brand, used. The Pottery Barn lunchbox for $12, same quality as a brand new one on sale for $7 at another store. Nothing special but the name even though I love PB! I wish they sold my items like that! Then I wouldn't complain. But there is a half off everything sale July 30th! Hope nobody bought the lunchboxes! I'm going to try to talk to a helper about my items to figure out what specifically they look for or don't want. It would be nice if I knew how many items they actually took as well and what they will sell for. I may have better luck on my own. Nice people I will say and many great finds such as Imaginext!
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jamie143

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I recently placed items on consignment 2 weeks ago. I chose NOT to donate because I can take what they don't want to Goodwill and name my price for my donation and use the receipt for example of $1,000 and that will give me a tax break of $250! And that is worth a lot to me rather than getting only $1 or $2 with consignment here and there. I took in a whole cart full of baby clothes and toys in season, gently used. I only buy Gymboree, Baby Gap, Carters, Macy's brand, some Kohls but there may have been a few others but in great condition. It was all baby boy and girl up to 3 years. Blankets, diapers, training pants, swim diapers. I did not give them anything stained or torn. I couldn't believe I got almost a whole cart full back! Of good clothes many people would want. Perfect barely worn brand name clothing! Some toys they said I needed to put batteries in first. And the stuffed animals, elmo/big bird/cookie and others in perfect condition they gave back. I looked on their shelves and saw stuffed animals that were raggedy and worn, and a lunchbox used for $12! So far they have sold 19 items and my balance is $31.30. You can check your balance online and it does not show what the item is or how much it was sold for, only the tag number they gave it and date it was sold. IDK? This is my first time with any consignment shop. I should probably ask why certain items were not taken. They didn't take the pants, d/t not in season, but on the phone they said they always take denim jeans and I saw many ladies pants on sale in my size section. Many items that looked new, like shoes, including Franco DeSarti, are priced just about the same as in a store like Von Maur but in the sale section at $70 to $100. I wouldn't pay that price for even that brand, used. The Pottery Barn lunchbox for $12, same quality as a brand new one on sale for $7 at another store. Nothing special but the name even though I love PB! I wish they sold my items like that! Then I wouldn't complain. But there is a half off everything sale July 30th! Hope nobody bought the lunchboxes! I'm going to try to talk to a helper about my items to figure out what specifically they look for or don't want. It would be nice if I knew how many items they actually took as well and what they will sell for. I may have better luck on my own. Nice people I will say and many great finds such as Imaginext!
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jamie143

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I recently placed items on consignment 2 weeks ago. I chose NOT to donate because I can take what they don't want to Goodwill and name my price for my donation and use the receipt for example of $1,000 and that will give me a tax break of $250! And that is worth a lot to me rather than getting only $1 or $2 with consignment here and there. I took in a whole cart full of baby clothes and toys in season, gently used. I only buy Gymboree, Baby Gap, Carters, Macy's brand, some Kohls but there may have been a few others but in great condition. It was all baby boy and girl up to 3 years. Blankets, diapers, training pants, swim diapers. I did not give them anything stained or torn. I couldn't believe I got almost a whole cart full back! Of good clothes many people would want. Perfect barely worn brand name clothing! Some toys they said I needed to put batteries in first. And the stuffed animals, elmo/big bird/cookie and others in perfect condition they gave back. I looked on their shelves and saw stuffed animals that were raggedy and worn, and a lunchbox used for $12! So far they have sold 19 items and my balance is $31.30. You can check your balance online and it does not show what the item is or how much it was sold for, only the tag number they gave it and date it was sold. IDK? This is my first time with any consignment shop. I should probably ask why certain items were not taken. They didn't take the pants, d/t not in season, but on the phone they said they always take denim jeans and I saw many ladies pants on sale in my size section. Many items that looked new, like shoes, including Franco DeSarti, are priced just about the same as in a store like Von Maur but in the sale section at $70 to $100. I wouldn't pay that price for even that brand, used. The Pottery Barn lunchbox for $12, same quality as a brand new one on sale for $7 at another store. Nothing special but the name even though I love PB! I wish they sold my items like that! Then I wouldn't complain. But there is a half off everything sale July 30th! Hope nobody bought the lunchboxes! I'm going to try to talk to a helper about my items to figure out what specifically they look for or don't want. It would be nice if I knew how many items they actually took as well and what they will sell for. I may have better luck on my own. Nice people I will say and many great finds such as Imaginext!
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jamie143

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I recently placed items on consignment 2 weeks ago. I chose NOT to donate because I can take what they don't want to Goodwill and name my price for my donation and use the receipt for example of $1,000 and that will give me a tax break of $250! And that is worth a lot to me rather than getting only $1 or $2 with consignment here and there. I took in a whole cart full of baby clothes and toys in season, gently used. I only buy Gymboree, Baby Gap, Carters, Macy's brand, some Kohls but there may have been a few others but in great condition. It was all baby boy and girl up to 3 years. Blankets, diapers, training pants, swim diapers. I did not give them anything stained or torn. I couldn't believe I got almost a whole cart full back! Of good clothes many people would want. Perfect barely worn brand name clothing! Some toys they said I needed to put batteries in first. And the stuffed animals, elmo/big bird/cookie and others in perfect condition they gave back. I looked on their shelves and saw stuffed animals that were raggedy and worn, and a lunchbox used for $12! So far they have sold 19 items and my balance is $31.30. You can check your balance online and it does not show what the item is or how much it was sold for, only the tag number they gave it and date it was sold. IDK? This is my first time with any consignment shop. I should probably ask why certain items were not taken. They didn't take the pants, d/t not in season, but on the phone they said they always take denim jeans and I saw many ladies pants on sale in my size section. Many items that looked new, like shoes, including Franco DeSarti, are priced just about the same as in a store like Von Maur but in the sale section at $70 to $100. I wouldn't pay that price for even that brand, used. The Pottery Barn lunchbox for $12, same quality as a brand new one on sale for $7 at another store. Nothing special but the name even though I love PB! I wish they sold my items like that! Then I wouldn't complain. But there is a half off everything sale July 30th! Hope nobody bought the lunchboxes! I'm going to try to talk to a helper about my items to figure out what specifically they look for or don't want. It would be nice if I knew how many items they actually took as well and what they will sell for. I may have better luck on my own. Nice people I will say and many great finds such as Imaginext!
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jamie143

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I recently placed items on consignment 2 weeks ago. I chose NOT to donate because I can take what they don't want to Goodwill and name my price for my donation and use the receipt for example of $1,000 and that will give me a tax break of $250! And that is worth a lot to me rather than getting only $1 or $2 with consignment here and there. I took in a whole cart full of baby clothes and toys in season, gently used. I only buy Gymboree, Baby Gap, Carters, Macy's brand, some Kohls but there may have been a few others but in great condition. It was all baby boy and girl up to 3 years. Blankets, diapers, training pants, swim diapers. I did not give them anything stained or torn. I couldn't believe I got almost a whole cart full back! Of good clothes many people would want. Perfect barely worn brand name clothing! Some toys they said I needed to put batteries in first. And the stuffed animals, elmo/big bird/cookie and others in perfect condition they gave back. I looked on their shelves and saw stuffed animals that were raggedy and worn, and a lunchbox used for $12! So far they have sold 19 items and my balance is $31.30. You can check your balance online and it does not show what the item is or how much it was sold for, only the tag number they gave it and date it was sold. IDK? This is my first time with any consignment shop. I should probably ask why certain items were not taken. They didn't take the pants, d/t not in season, but on the phone they said they always take denim jeans and I saw many ladies pants on sale in my size section. Many items that looked new, like shoes, including Franco DeSarti, are priced just about the same as in a store like Von Maur but in the sale section at $70 to $100. I wouldn't pay that price for even that brand, used. The Pottery Barn lunchbox for $12, same quality as a brand new one on sale for $7 at another store. Nothing special but the name even though I love PB! I wish they sold my items like that! Then I wouldn't complain. But there is a half off everything sale July 30th! Hope nobody bought the lunchboxes! I'm going to try to talk to a helper about my items to figure out what specifically they look for or don't want. It would be nice if I knew how many items they actually took as well and what they will sell for. I may have better luck on my own. Nice people I will say and many great finds such as Imaginext!
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jamie143

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I recently placed items on consignment 2 weeks ago. I chose NOT to donate because I can take what they don't want to Goodwill and name my price for my donation and use the receipt for example of $1,000 and that will give me a tax break of $250! And that is worth a lot to me rather than getting only $1 or $2 with consignment here and there. I took in a whole cart full of baby clothes and toys in season, gently used. I only buy Gymboree, Baby Gap, Carters, Macy's brand, some Kohls but there may have been a few others but in great condition. It was all baby boy and girl up to 3 years. Blankets, diapers, training pants, swim diapers. I did not give them anything stained or torn. I couldn't believe I got almost a whole cart full back! Of good clothes many people would want. Perfect barely worn brand name clothing! Some toys they said I needed to put batteries in first. And the stuffed animals, elmo/big bird/cookie and others in perfect condition they gave back. I looked on their shelves and saw stuffed animals that were raggedy and worn, and a lunchbox used for $12! So far they have sold 19 items and my balance is $31.30. You can check your balance online and it does not show what the item is or how much it was sold for, only the tag number they gave it and date it was sold. IDK? This is my first time with any consignment shop. I should probably ask why certain items were not taken. They didn't take the pants, d/t not in season, but on the phone they said they always take denim jeans and I saw many ladies pants on sale in my size section. Many items that looked new, like shoes, including Franco DeSarti, are priced just about the same as in a store like Von Maur but in the sale section at $70 to $100. I wouldn't pay that price for even that brand, used. The Pottery Barn lunchbox for $12, same quality as a brand new one on sale for $7 at another store. Nothing special but the name even though I love PB! I wish they sold my items like that! Then I wouldn't complain. But there is a half off everything sale July 30th! Hope nobody bought the lunchboxes! I'm going to try to talk to a helper about my items to figure out what specifically they look for or don't want. It would be nice if I knew how many items they actually took as well and what they will sell for. I may have better luck on my own. Nice people I will say and many great finds such as Imaginext!
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jamie143

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I recently placed items on consignment 2 weeks ago. I chose NOT to donate because I can take what they don't want to Goodwill and name my price for my donation and use the receipt for example of $1,000 and that will give me a tax break of $250! And that is worth a lot to me rather than getting only $1 or $2 with consignment here and there. I took in a whole cart full of baby clothes and toys in season, gently used. I only buy Gymboree, Baby Gap, Carters, Macy's brand, some Kohls but there may have been a few others but in great condition. It was all baby boy and girl up to 3 years. Blankets, diapers, training pants, swim diapers. I did not give them anything stained or torn. I couldn't believe I got almost a whole cart full back! Of good clothes many people would want. Perfect barely worn brand name clothing! Some toys they said I needed to put batteries in first. And the stuffed animals, elmo/big bird/cookie and others in perfect condition they gave back. I looked on their shelves and saw stuffed animals that were raggedy and worn, and a lunchbox used for $12! So far they have sold 19 items and my balance is $31.30. You can check your balance online and it does not show what the item is or how much it was sold for, only the tag number they gave it and date it was sold. IDK? This is my first time with any consignment shop. I should probably ask why certain items were not taken. They didn't take the pants, d/t not in season, but on the phone they said they always take denim jeans and I saw many ladies pants on sale in my size section. Many items that looked new, like shoes, including Franco DeSarti, are priced just about the same as in a store like Von Maur but in the sale section at $70 to $100. I wouldn't pay that price for even that brand, used. The Pottery Barn lunchbox for $12, same quality as a brand new one on sale for $7 at another store. Nothing special but the name even though I love PB! I wish they sold my items like that! Then I wouldn't complain. But there is a half off everything sale July 30th! Hope nobody bought the lunchboxes! I'm going to try to talk to a helper about my items to figure out what specifically they look for or don't want. It would be nice if I knew how many items they actually took as well and what they will sell for. I may have better luck on my own. Nice people I will say and many great finds such as Imaginext!
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jamie143

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I recently placed items on consignment 2 weeks ago. I chose NOT to donate because I can take what they don't want to Goodwill and name my price for my donation and use the receipt for example of $1,000 and that will give me a tax break of $250! And that is worth a lot to me rather than getting only $1 or $2 with consignment here and there. I took in a whole cart full of baby clothes and toys in season, gently used. I only buy Gymboree, Baby Gap, Carters, Macy's brand, some Kohls but there may have been a few others but in great condition. It was all baby boy and girl up to 3 years. Blankets, diapers, training pants, swim diapers. I did not give them anything stained or torn. I couldn't believe I got almost a whole cart full back! Of good clothes many people would want. Perfect barely worn brand name clothing! Some toys they said I needed to put batteries in first. And the stuffed animals, elmo/big bird/cookie and others in perfect condition they gave back. I looked on their shelves and saw stuffed animals that were raggedy and worn, and a lunchbox used for $12! So far they have sold 19 items and my balance is $31.30. You can check your balance online and it does not show what the item is or how much it was sold for, only the tag number they gave it and date it was sold. IDK? This is my first time with any consignment shop. I should probably ask why certain items were not taken. They didn't take the pants, d/t not in season, but on the phone they said they always take denim jeans and I saw many ladies pants on sale in my size section. Many items that looked new, like shoes, including Franco DeSarti, are priced just about the same as in a store like Von Maur but in the sale section at $70 to $100. I wouldn't pay that price for even that brand, used. The Pottery Barn lunchbox for $12, same quality as a brand new one on sale for $7 at another store. Nothing special but the name even though I love PB! I wish they sold my items like that! Then I wouldn't complain. But there is a half off everything sale July 30th! Hope nobody bought the lunchboxes! I'm going to try to talk to a helper about my items to figure out what specifically they look for or don't want. It would be nice if I knew how many items they actually took as well and what they will sell for. I may have better luck on my own. Nice people I will say and many great finds such as Imaginext!
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jamie143

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I recently placed items on consignment 2 weeks ago. I chose NOT to donate because I can take what they don't want to Goodwill and name my price for my donation and use the receipt for example of $1,000 and that will give me a tax break of $250! And that is worth a lot to me rather than getting only $1 or $2 with consignment here and there. I took in a whole cart full of baby clothes and toys in season, gently used. I only buy Gymboree, Baby Gap, Carters, Macy's brand, some Kohls but there may have been a few others but in great condition. It was all baby boy and girl up to 3 years. Blankets, diapers, training pants, swim diapers. I did not give them anything stained or torn. I couldn't believe I got almost a whole cart full back! Of good clothes many people would want. Perfect barely worn brand name clothing! Some toys they said I needed to put batteries in first. And the stuffed animals, elmo/big bird/cookie and others in perfect condition they gave back. I looked on their shelves and saw stuffed animals that were raggedy and worn, and a lunchbox used for $12! So far they have sold 19 items and my balance is $31.30. You can check your balance online and it does not show what the item is or how much it was sold for, only the tag number they gave it and date it was sold. IDK? This is my first time with any consignment shop. I should probably ask why certain items were not taken. They didn't take the pants, d/t not in season, but on the phone they said they always take denim jeans and I saw many ladies pants on sale in my size section. Many items that looked new, like shoes, including Franco DeSarti, are priced just about the same as in a store like Von Maur but in the sale section at $70 to $100. I wouldn't pay that price for even that brand, used. The Pottery Barn lunchbox for $12, same quality as a brand new one on sale for $7 at another store. Nothing special but the name even though I love PB! I wish they sold my items like that! Then I wouldn't complain. But there is a half off everything sale July 30th! Hope nobody bought the lunchboxes! I'm going to try to talk to a helper about my items to figure out what specifically they look for or don't want. It would be nice if I knew how many items they actually took as well and what they will sell for. I may have better luck on my own. Nice people I will say and many great finds such as Imaginext!
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jamie143

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I recently placed items on consignment 2 weeks ago. I chose NOT to donate because I can take what they don't want to Goodwill and name my price for my donation and use the receipt for example of $1,000 and that will give me a tax break of $250! And that is worth a lot to me rather than getting only $1 or $2 with consignment here and there. I took in a whole cart full of baby clothes and toys in season, gently used. I only buy Gymboree, Baby Gap, Carters, Macy's brand, some Kohls but there may have been a few others but in great condition. It was all baby boy and girl up to 3 years. Blankets, diapers, training pants, swim diapers. I did not give them anything stained or torn. I couldn't believe I got almost a whole cart full back! Of good clothes many people would want. Perfect barely worn brand name clothing! Some toys they said I needed to put batteries in first. And the stuffed animals, elmo/big bird/cookie and others in perfect condition they gave back. I looked on their shelves and saw stuffed animals that were raggedy and worn, and a lunchbox used for $12! So far they have sold 19 items and my balance is $31.30. You can check your balance online and it does not show what the item is or how much it was sold for, only the tag number they gave it and date it was sold. IDK? This is my first time with any consignment shop. I should probably ask why certain items were not taken. They didn't take the pants, d/t not in season, but on the phone they said they always take denim jeans and I saw many ladies pants on sale in my size section. Many items that looked new, like shoes, including Franco DeSarti, are priced just about the same as in a store like Von Maur but in the sale section at $70 to $100. I wouldn't pay that price for even that brand, used. The Pottery Barn lunchbox for $12, same quality as a brand new one on sale for $7 at another store. Nothing special but the name even though I love PB! I wish they sold my items like that! Then I wouldn't complain. But there is a half off everything sale July 30th! Hope nobody bought the lunchboxes! I'm going to try to talk to a helper about my items to figure out what specifically they look for or don't want. It would be nice if I knew how many items they actually took as well and what they will sell for. I may have better luck on my own. Nice people I will say and many great finds such as Imaginext!
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jamie143

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I recently placed items on consignment 2 weeks ago. I chose NOT to donate because I can take what they don't want to Goodwill and name my price for my donation and use the receipt for example of $1,000 and that will give me a tax break of $250! And that is worth a lot to me rather than getting only $1 or $2 with consignment here and there. I took in a whole cart full of baby clothes and toys in season, gently used. I only buy Gymboree, Baby Gap, Carters, Macy's brand, some Kohls but there may have been a few others but in great condition. It was all baby boy and girl up to 3 years. Blankets, diapers, training pants, swim diapers. I did not give them anything stained or torn. I couldn't believe I got almost a whole cart full back! Of good clothes many people would want. Perfect barely worn brand name clothing! Some toys they said I needed to put batteries in first. And the stuffed animals, elmo/big bird/cookie and others in perfect condition they gave back. I looked on their shelves and saw stuffed animals that were raggedy and worn, and a lunchbox used for $12! So far they have sold 19 items and my balance is $31.30. You can check your balance online and it does not show what the item is or how much it was sold for, only the tag number they gave it and date it was sold. IDK? This is my first time with any consignment shop. I should probably ask why certain items were not taken. They didn't take the pants, d/t not in season, but on the phone they said they always take denim jeans and I saw many ladies pants on sale in my size section. Many items that looked new, like shoes, including Franco DeSarti, are priced just about the same as in a store like Von Maur but in the sale section at $70 to $100. I wouldn't pay that price for even that brand, used. The Pottery Barn lunchbox for $12, same quality as a brand new one on sale for $7 at another store. Nothing special but the name even though I love PB! I wish they sold my items like that! Then I wouldn't complain. But there is a half off everything sale July 30th! Hope nobody bought the lunchboxes! I'm going to try to talk to a helper about my items to figure out what specifically they look for or don't want. It would be nice if I knew how many items they actually took as well and what they will sell for. I may have better luck on my own. Nice people I will say and many great finds such as Imaginext!
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jamie143

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I recently placed items on consignment 2 weeks ago. I chose NOT to donate because I can take what they don't want to Goodwill and name my price for my donation and use the receipt for example of $1,000 and that will give me a tax break of $250! And that is worth a lot to me rather than getting only $1 or $2 with consignment here and there. I took in a whole cart full of baby clothes and toys in season, gently used. I only buy Gymboree, Baby Gap, Carters, Macy's brand, some Kohls but there may have been a few others but in great condition. It was all baby boy and girl up to 3 years. Blankets, diapers, training pants, swim diapers. I did not give them anything stained or torn. I couldn't believe I got almost a whole cart full back! Of good clothes many people would want. Perfect barely worn brand name clothing! Some toys they said I needed to put batteries in first. And the stuffed animals, elmo/big bird/cookie and others in perfect condition they gave back. I looked on their shelves and saw stuffed animals that were raggedy and worn, and a lunchbox used for $12! So far they have sold 19 items and my balance is $31.30. You can check your balance online and it does not show what the item is or how much it was sold for, only the tag number they gave it and date it was sold. IDK? This is my first time with any consignment shop. I should probably ask why certain items were not taken. They didn't take the pants, d/t not in season, but on the phone they said they always take denim jeans and I saw many ladies pants on sale in my size section. Many items that looked new, like shoes, including Franco DeSarti, are priced just about the same as in a store like Von Maur but in the sale section at $70 to $100. I wouldn't pay that price for even that brand, used. The Pottery Barn lunchbox for $12, same quality as a brand new one on sale for $7 at another store. Nothing special but the name even though I love PB! I wish they sold my items like that! Then I wouldn't complain. But there is a half off everything sale July 30th! Hope nobody bought the lunchboxes! I'm going to try to talk to a helper about my items to figure out what specifically they look for or don't want. It would be nice if I knew how many items they actually took as well and what they will sell for. I may have better luck on my own. Nice people I will say and many great finds such as Imaginext!
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jamie143

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I recently placed items on consignment 2 weeks ago. I chose NOT to donate because I can take what they don't want to Goodwill and name my price for my donation and use the receipt for example of $1,000 and that will give me a tax break of $250! And that is worth a lot to me rather than getting only $1 or $2 with consignment here and there. I took in a whole cart full of baby clothes and toys in season, gently used. I only buy Gymboree, Baby Gap, Carters, Macy's brand, some Kohls but there may have been a few others but in great condition. It was all baby boy and girl up to 3 years. Blankets, diapers, training pants, swim diapers. I did not give them anything stained or torn. I couldn't believe I got almost a whole cart full back! Of good clothes many people would want. Perfect barely worn brand name clothing! Some toys they said I needed to put batteries in first. And the stuffed animals, elmo/big bird/cookie and others in perfect condition they gave back. I looked on their shelves and saw stuffed animals that were raggedy and worn, and a lunchbox used for $12! So far they have sold 19 items and my balance is $31.30. You can check your balance online and it does not show what the item is or how much it was sold for, only the tag number they gave it and date it was sold. IDK? This is my first time with any consignment shop. I should probably ask why certain items were not taken. They didn't take the pants, d/t not in season, but on the phone they said they always take denim jeans and I saw many ladies pants on sale in my size section. Many items that looked new, like shoes, including Franco DeSarti, are priced just about the same as in a store like Von Maur but in the sale section at $70 to $100. I wouldn't pay that price for even that brand, used. The Pottery Barn lunchbox for $12, same quality as a brand new one on sale for $7 at another store. Nothing special but the name even though I love PB! I wish they sold my items like that! Then I wouldn't complain. But there is a half off everything sale July 30th! Hope nobody bought the lunchboxes! I'm going to try to talk to a helper about my items to figure out what specifically they look for or don't want. It would be nice if I knew how many items they actually took as well and what they will sell for. I may have better luck on my own. Nice people I will say and many great finds such as Imaginext!
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jamie143

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I recently placed items on consignment 2 weeks ago. I chose NOT to donate because I can take what they don't want to Goodwill and name my price for my donation and use the receipt for example of $1,000 and that will give me a tax break of $250! And that is worth a lot to me rather than getting only $1 or $2 with consignment here and there. I took in a whole cart full of baby clothes and toys in season, gently used. I only buy Gymboree, Baby Gap, Carters, Macy's brand, some Kohls but there may have been a few others but in great condition. It was all baby boy and girl up to 3 years. Blankets, diapers, training pants, swim diapers. I did not give them anything stained or torn. I couldn't believe I got almost a whole cart full back! Of good clothes many people would want. Perfect barely worn brand name clothing! Some toys they said I needed to put batteries in first. And the stuffed animals, elmo/big bird/cookie and others in perfect condition they gave back. I looked on their shelves and saw stuffed animals that were raggedy and worn, and a lunchbox used for $12! So far they have sold 19 items and my balance is $31.30. You can check your balance online and it does not show what the item is or how much it was sold for, only the tag number they gave it and date it was sold. IDK? This is my first time with any consignment shop. I should probably ask why certain items were not taken. They didn't take the pants, d/t not in season, but on the phone they said they always take denim jeans and I saw many ladies pants on sale in my size section. Many items that looked new, like shoes, including Franco DeSarti, are priced just about the same as in a store like Von Maur but in the sale section at $70 to $100. I wouldn't pay that price for even that brand, used. The Pottery Barn lunchbox for $12, same quality as a brand new one on sale for $7 at another store. Nothing special but the name even though I love PB! I wish they sold my items like that! Then I wouldn't complain. But there is a half off everything sale July 30th! Hope nobody bought the lunchboxes! I'm going to try to talk to a helper about my items to figure out what specifically they look for or don't want. It would be nice if I knew how many items they actually took as well and what they will sell for. I may have better luck on my own. Nice people I will say and many great finds such as Imaginext!
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jamie143

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I recently placed items on consignment 2 weeks ago. I chose NOT to donate because I can take what they don't want to Goodwill and name my price for my donation and use the receipt for example of $1,000 and that will give me a tax break of $250! And that is worth a lot to me rather than getting only $1 or $2 with consignment here and there. I took in a whole cart full of baby clothes and toys in season, gently used. I only buy Gymboree, Baby Gap, Carters, Macy's brand, some Kohls but there may have been a few others but in great condition. It was all baby boy and girl up to 3 years. Blankets, diapers, training pants, swim diapers. I did not give them anything stained or torn. I couldn't believe I got almost a whole cart full back! Of good clothes many people would want. Perfect barely worn brand name clothing! Some toys they said I needed to put batteries in first. And the stuffed animals, elmo/big bird/cookie and others in perfect condition they gave back. I looked on their shelves and saw stuffed animals that were raggedy and worn, and a lunchbox used for $12! So far they have sold 19 items and my balance is $31.30. You can check your balance online and it does not show what the item is or how much it was sold for, only the tag number they gave it and date it was sold. IDK? This is my first time with any consignment shop. I should probably ask why certain items were not taken. They didn't take the pants, d/t not in season, but on the phone they said they always take denim jeans and I saw many ladies pants on sale in my size section. Many items that looked new, like shoes, including Franco DeSarti, are priced just about the same as in a store like Von Maur but in the sale section at $70 to $100. I wouldn't pay that price for even that brand, used. The Pottery Barn lunchbox for $12, same quality as a brand new one on sale for $7 at another store. Nothing special but the name even though I love PB! I wish they sold my items like that! Then I wouldn't complain. But there is a half off everything sale July 30th! Hope nobody bought the lunchboxes! I'm going to try to talk to a helper about my items to figure out what specifically they look for or don't want. It would be nice if I knew how many items they actually took as well and what they will sell for. I may have better luck on my own. Nice people I will say and many great finds such as Imaginext!
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jamie143

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I recently placed items on consignment 2 weeks ago. I chose NOT to donate because I can take what they don't want to Goodwill and name my price for my donation and use the receipt for example of $1,000 and that will give me a tax break of $250! And that is worth a lot to me rather than getting only $1 or $2 with consignment here and there. I took in a whole cart full of baby clothes and toys in season, gently used. I only buy Gymboree, Baby Gap, Carters, Macy's brand, some Kohls but there may have been a few others but in great condition. It was all baby boy and girl up to 3 years. Blankets, diapers, training pants, swim diapers. I did not give them anything stained or torn. I couldn't believe I got almost a whole cart full back! Of good clothes many people would want. Perfect barely worn brand name clothing! Some toys they said I needed to put batteries in first. And the stuffed animals, elmo/big bird/cookie and others in perfect condition they gave back. I looked on their shelves and saw stuffed animals that were raggedy and worn, and a lunchbox used for $12! So far they have sold 19 items and my balance is $31.30. You can check your balance online and it does not show what the item is or how much it was sold for, only the tag number they gave it and date it was sold. IDK? This is my first time with any consignment shop. I should probably ask why certain items were not taken. They didn't take the pants, d/t not in season, but on the phone they said they always take denim jeans and I saw many ladies pants on sale in my size section. Many items that looked new, like shoes, including Franco DeSarti, are priced just about the same as in a store like Von Maur but in the sale section at $70 to $100. I wouldn't pay that price for even that brand, used. The Pottery Barn lunchbox for $12, same quality as a brand new one on sale for $7 at another store. Nothing special but the name even though I love PB! I wish they sold my items like that! Then I wouldn't complain. But there is a half off everything sale July 30th! Hope nobody bought the lunchboxes! I'm going to try to talk to a helper about my items to figure out what specifically they look for or don't want. It would be nice if I knew how many items they actually took as well and what they will sell for. I may have better luck on my own. Nice people I will say and many great finds such as Imaginext!
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jamie143

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I recently placed items on consignment 2 weeks ago. I chose NOT to donate because I can take what they don't want to Goodwill and name my price for my donation and use the receipt for example of $1,000 and that will give me a tax break of $250! And that is worth a lot to me rather than getting only $1 or $2 with consignment here and there. I took in a whole cart full of baby clothes and toys in season, gently used. I only buy Gymboree, Baby Gap, Carters, Macy's brand, some Kohls but there may have been a few others but in great condition. It was all baby boy and girl up to 3 years. Blankets, diapers, training pants, swim diapers. I did not give them anything stained or torn. I couldn't believe I got almost a whole cart full back! Of good clothes many people would want. Perfect barely worn brand name clothing! Some toys they said I needed to put batteries in first. And the stuffed animals, elmo/big bird/cookie and others in perfect condition they gave back. I looked on their shelves and saw stuffed animals that were raggedy and worn, and a lunchbox used for $12! So far they have sold 19 items and my balance is $31.30. You can check your balance online and it does not show what the item is or how much it was sold for, only the tag number they gave it and date it was sold. IDK? This is my first time with any consignment shop. I should probably ask why certain items were not taken. They didn't take the pants, d/t not in season, but on the phone they said they always take denim jeans and I saw many ladies pants on sale in my size section. Many items that looked new, like shoes, including Franco DeSarti, are priced just about the same as in a store like Von Maur but in the sale section at $70 to $100. I wouldn't pay that price for even that brand, used. The Pottery Barn lunchbox for $12, same quality as a brand new one on sale for $7 at another store. Nothing special but the name even though I love PB! I wish they sold my items like that! Then I wouldn't complain. But there is a half off everything sale July 30th! Hope nobody bought the lunchboxes! I'm going to try to talk to a helper about my items to figure out what specifically they look for or don't want. It would be nice if I knew how many items they actually took as well and what they will sell for. I may have better luck on my own. Nice people I will say and many great finds such as Imaginext!
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jamie143

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I recently placed items on consignment 2 weeks ago. I chose NOT to donate because I can take what they don't want to Goodwill and name my price for my donation and use the receipt for example of $1,000 and that will give me a tax break of $250! And that is worth a lot to me rather than getting only $1 or $2 with consignment here and there. I took in a whole cart full of baby clothes and toys in season, gently used. I only buy Gymboree, Baby Gap, Carters, Macy's brand, some Kohls but there may have been a few others but in great condition. It was all baby boy and girl up to 3 years. Blankets, diapers, training pants, swim diapers. I did not give them anything stained or torn. I couldn't believe I got almost a whole cart full back! Of good clothes many people would want. Perfect barely worn brand name clothing! Some toys they said I needed to put batteries in first. And the stuffed animals, elmo/big bird/cookie and others in perfect condition they gave back. I looked on their shelves and saw stuffed animals that were raggedy and worn, and a lunchbox used for $12! So far they have sold 19 items and my balance is $31.30. You can check your balance online and it does not show what the item is or how much it was sold for, only the tag number they gave it and date it was sold. IDK? This is my first time with any consignment shop. I should probably ask why certain items were not taken. They didn't take the pants, d/t not in season, but on the phone they said they always take denim jeans and I saw many ladies pants on sale in my size section. Many items that looked new, like shoes, including Franco DeSarti, are priced just about the same as in a store like Von Maur but in the sale section at $70 to $100. I wouldn't pay that price for even that brand, used. The Pottery Barn lunchbox for $12, same quality as a brand new one on sale for $7 at another store. Nothing special but the name even though I love PB! I wish they sold my items like that! Then I wouldn't complain. But there is a half off everything sale July 30th! Hope nobody bought the lunchboxes! I'm going to try to talk to a helper about my items to figure out what specifically they look for or don't want. It would be nice if I knew how many items they actually took as well and what they will sell for. I may have better luck on my own. Nice people I will say and many great finds such as Imaginext!
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jamie143

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I recently placed items on consignment 2 weeks ago. I chose NOT to donate because I can take what they don't want to Goodwill and name my price for my donation and use the receipt for example of $1,000 and that will give me a tax break of $250! And that is worth a lot to me rather than getting only $1 or $2 with consignment here and there. I took in a whole cart full of baby clothes and toys in season, gently used. I only buy Gymboree, Baby Gap, Carters, Macy's brand, some Kohls but there may have been a few others but in great condition. It was all baby boy and girl up to 3 years. Blankets, diapers, training pants, swim diapers. I did not give them anything stained or torn. I couldn't believe I got almost a whole cart full back! Of good clothes many people would want. Perfect barely worn brand name clothing! Some toys they said I needed to put batteries in first. And the stuffed animals, elmo/big bird/cookie and others in perfect condition they gave back. I looked on their shelves and saw stuffed animals that were raggedy and worn, and a lunchbox used for $12! So far they have sold 19 items and my balance is $31.30. You can check your balance online and it does not show what the item is or how much it was sold for, only the tag number they gave it and date it was sold. IDK? This is my first time with any consignment shop. I should probably ask why certain items were not taken. They didn't take the pants, d/t not in season, but on the phone they said they always take denim jeans and I saw many ladies pants on sale in my size section. Many items that looked new, like shoes, including Franco DeSarti, are priced just about the same as in a store like Von Maur but in the sale section at $70 to $100. I wouldn't pay that price for even that brand, used. The Pottery Barn lunchbox for $12, same quality as a brand new one on sale for $7 at another store. Nothing special but the name even though I love PB! I wish they sold my items like that! Then I wouldn't complain. But there is a half off everything sale July 30th! Hope nobody bought the lunchboxes! I'm going to try to talk to a helper about my items to figure out what specifically they look for or don't want. It would be nice if I knew how many items they actually took as well and what they will sell for. I may have better luck on my own. Nice people I will say and many great finds such as Imaginext!
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jamie143

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I recently placed items on consignment 2 weeks ago. I chose NOT to donate because I can take what they don't want to Goodwill and name my price for my donation and use the receipt for example of $1,000 and that will give me a tax break of $250! And that is worth a lot to me rather than getting only $1 or $2 with consignment here and there. I took in a whole cart full of baby clothes and toys in season, gently used. I only buy Gymboree, Baby Gap, Carters, Macy's brand, some Kohls but there may have been a few others but in great condition. It was all baby boy and girl up to 3 years. Blankets, diapers, training pants, swim diapers. I did not give them anything stained or torn. I couldn't believe I got almost a whole cart full back! Of good clothes many people would want. Perfect barely worn brand name clothing! Some toys they said I needed to put batteries in first. And the stuffed animals, elmo/big bird/cookie and others in perfect condition they gave back. I looked on their shelves and saw stuffed animals that were raggedy and worn, and a lunchbox used for $12! So far they have sold 19 items and my balance is $31.30. You can check your balance online and it does not show what the item is or how much it was sold for, only the tag number they gave it and date it was sold. IDK? This is my first time with any consignment shop. I should probably ask why certain items were not taken. They didn't take the pants, d/t not in season, but on the phone they said they always take denim jeans and I saw many ladies pants on sale in my size section. Many items that looked new, like shoes, including Franco DeSarti, are priced just about the same as in a store like Von Maur but in the sale section at $70 to $100. I wouldn't pay that price for even that brand, used. The Pottery Barn lunchbox for $12, same quality as a brand new one on sale for $7 at another store. Nothing special but the name even though I love PB! I wish they sold my items like that! Then I wouldn't complain. But there is a half off everything sale July 30th! Hope nobody bought the lunchboxes! I'm going to try to talk to a helper about my items to figure out what specifically they look for or don't want. It would be nice if I knew how many items they actually took as well and what they will sell for. I may have better luck on my own. Nice people I will say and many great finds such as Imaginext!
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jamie143

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I recently placed items on consignment 2 weeks ago. I chose NOT to donate because I can take what they don't want to Goodwill and name my price for my donation and use the receipt for example of $1,000 and that will give me a tax break of $250! And that is worth a lot to me rather than getting only $1 or $2 with consignment here and there. I took in a whole cart full of baby clothes and toys in season, gently used. I only buy Gymboree, Baby Gap, Carters, Macy's brand, some Kohls but there may have been a few others but in great condition. It was all baby boy and girl up to 3 years. Blankets, diapers, training pants, swim diapers. I did not give them anything stained or torn. I couldn't believe I got almost a whole cart full back! Of good clothes many people would want. Perfect barely worn brand name clothing! Some toys they said I needed to put batteries in first. And the stuffed animals, elmo/big bird/cookie and others in perfect condition they gave back. I looked on their shelves and saw stuffed animals that were raggedy and worn, and a lunchbox used for $12! So far they have sold 19 items and my balance is $31.30. You can check your balance online and it does not show what the item is or how much it was sold for, only the tag number they gave it and date it was sold. IDK? This is my first time with any consignment shop. I should probably ask why certain items were not taken. They didn't take the pants, d/t not in season, but on the phone they said they always take denim jeans and I saw many ladies pants on sale in my size section. Many items that looked new, like shoes, including Franco DeSarti, are priced just about the same as in a store like Von Maur but in the sale section at $70 to $100. I wouldn't pay that price for even that brand, used. The Pottery Barn lunchbox for $12, same quality as a brand new one on sale for $7 at another store. Nothing special but the name even though I love PB! I wish they sold my items like that! Then I wouldn't complain. But there is a half off everything sale July 30th! Hope nobody bought the lunchboxes! I'm going to try to talk to a helper about my items to figure out what specifically they look for or don't want. It would be nice if I knew how many items they actually took as well and what they will sell for. I may have better luck on my own. Nice people I will say and many great finds such as Imaginext!
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greatmom

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seriously - "brand new" items they didn't take?? they must not have been "brand new". i have had a wonderful experience with V.Baby they go out of their way to find something or explain why they didn't take my items for consignment. So sorry your experience was bad, but i will continue to tell my friends about BOTH stores!
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3girls

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I actually have picked up donation at Vintage Baby. The owner does save stuff from donations for whoever needs it. I know she donates to the Domestic Violence Shelter, Disabled American Veterans, Salvation Army Families, Luthern Social Services, Coats 4 Kids, AND throughout the world. If someone asks her to save items, she will. She could just box up the stuff, but she will specifically go through to save items for people who NEED it! I have talked with her and she saved 9,000 items to be sent to AFRICA. Palmer College has picked up stuff to take to several countries throughout the world. She is VERY generous. And would NEVER take items from anyone!
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geneseomom

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I have consinged my childrens clothing at Vintage Baby at least 3 times over the past 2 years. My last experience left me without any answers. I brought in 3 boxes of clean clothing and toys, most of them had tags and were name brand! Once you drop them off they are looked at by employees and they keep the nicest items to sell in the store. You have the option of donating or picking up items that are not accepted for resale. I chose the donate option. However, after looking at my listed items for sale, they only took about 8 items! When I went to the store for answers, I found several items that I know were mine, but not listed on my account for sale. I inquired about these and was given the answer of "there are more than one of each outfit, you cannot prove these are yours." I was also told that store employees go through the items first and then the owner will go through the "donate" pile they make and keep the items that she feels will sell. The items she keeps from the "donate pile" go straight to the store account, not the person that originally brought the items in! After 4 or 5 phone calls to the owner regarding this situation, I never received a return phone call! I feel that my items were either placed on someone elses account or put in the donate pile for the owner to make a profit. How very disappointed I am with this type of business practice!

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