First off an introduction to craigslist.org, http://www.craigslist.org is a gigantic directory of things to buy and sell, services, jobs, and much more. It is the 17th most visited site on the planet. It originated in San Francisco but due to its popularity expanded to many of the major cities across the U.S. Think of it as an eBay minus the bidding, and minus the fees! It has a text-only interface making it fast loading and ad-free. Best of all there are no fees, it's free to buy and sell things using Craigslist.org. So you're probably thinking "ok that's great, but how do I make money using it". I use craigslist.org on a daily basis, this is one of the first things I do in the morning after I wake up. A lot of people use it to get rid of there "junk", remember the phrase "what's one man's junk is another man's treasure" well that rings true on a daily basis for me and soon for you! The section we are interested in is the "For Sale" section. So while browsing the "for sale" section, I already notice a potential good deal: So after contacting that person about the condition of the phones, I researched the selling price on eBay. You can do this by using the advanced search option and looking up completed items. At the time I noticed the average selling price for a used v600 was $190 each! At this point I am quite excited, 6 v600 at $275 would make them only $45 each, giving me a profit of $145 on each one! The great thing about craigslist is that it is local, you can meet up with the seller in person, so that's exactly what I did. I looked over the condition, (it was great), made sure all parts were there, common sense type checks. I asked the seller how she obtained these phones and she told me that her company was upgrading phones and that she would be getting more. I decided to buy the phones from her. After purchasing the phones I simply listed them on ebay. I sold the six phones and made about $800 profit. Now lets add this up, 5 mins. to find the item on craigslist, 5 mins. to research the item on eBay, 30 mins. to meet up with the seller, and another 15 mins. to list the phones on eBay. About an hour's work for $800 bucks profit, not bad at all. To add to this I bought about 50 more of these phones from the same lady and ended up making over $6,000 in profit after listing them on eBay for only a few hours of work! So go ahead get out there and try it yourself and with just a bit of effort you're bound to make some decent spending cash. Source: hxxp://w3.collegebusinessmen.c0m/?p=156 Please add rep.