Abandoned Storage Lockers – Everything sells. . .

A recent storage locer contained a broken ceiling fan. Toss it? Nope – I simply listed the fan blade brackets on eBay individually as “replacement blade”. So far, I’ve sold 4 of the 5 brackets. I sold them for $17.49 each!

Just about everything you come across inside an abandoned storage unit is a potential money-maker. Some units are gold mines while others you have to squeeze out every dollar you can to turn a profit. It’s a lot easier than you think but it does take some initiative. I’ve got an eBay store if you want to see the types of things I list. I’m talking magazines, books, clothes, trinkets, and just about anything I can place in a box or envelope and get it in the mail to my customer. Check it out here. Now, Get Off That A$$

Published by John

My wife & I travel quite a bit. Both for work and for play. Everywhere we go, we look for places the enhance our hobby of mystery shopping. In fact, a few years ago our other hobby of buying abandoned storage lockers was lucrative enough to send us to the Big Island of Hawaii for a week! While there, we conducted a mystery shop at Ruths' Chris Steakhouse. We were reimbursed over $200! That's a pair of Benjamins we didn't have to budget for during our vacation. We hope to compile other money saving opportunities we've enjoyed on this blog.

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