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Postal Connections Express™ Launches New eBay Resale Service

Postal Connections Express™ Launches  New eBay Resale Service

Local postal, shipping and business service adds iSOLD It concept under same roof

REDMOND, Ore. — Postal Connections Express™ announced today the addition of a new online resale service now available to customers. iSOLD It, the nation’s premier service for selling merchandise on eBay, Amazon and Craiglist, will now be available to Redmond residents who lack the time or are unaccustomed to selling on the internet.

Conveniently offered at the Postal Connections Express™ center inside the Wal-Mart SuperCenter (300 NW Oaktree Lane, Redmond), local residents will now be able to turn unused or unwanted items into cash by bringing in their collectibles, designer clothing, handbags, shoes and accessories, electronics, sporting equipment, office equipment and other items worth $75 or more to sell. The new service allows customers to enlist the online sales expertise of the trained Postal Connections staff who will handle the selling for the customer, ensuring their items are sold most efficiently and at the best prices.

“The decision to offer iSOLD It services at Postal Connections Express™ stemmed from our commitment to make our customers’ lives easier,” said Pete Pierce, owner of Postal Connections Express™ in Redmond, as well as the Postal Connections store in Bend. “Situated within the world’s largest retailer, this new capability will allow us to provide an amplified degree of service and convenience to customers in the digital shopping world.”

Once customers drop off their items, Postal Connections staff will handle the entire selling process on eBay, Amazon and Craigslist on their behalf with no up-front cost. The process includes photographing and listing the item with full description, answering any questions from potential buyers and once an item has sold they take care of shipping the item to the buyer. A check is then sent to the customer less the Postal Connections service fees and any seller site listing fees. Items eligible for the service must be of a $75 minimum value and will be appraised and listed by Postal Connections staff at no charge to the customer.

Redmond’s Postal Connections Express™ is the second Postal Connections store to debut the iSOLD It service. Since debuting the iSOLD It service, Postal Connections has helped local customers turn items such as Andrew Wyeth paintings, books, china, stereo equipment into cash.

To learn more about Postal Connections Express™ and its new iSOLD It resale service, visit or call (541) 548-8683.

About Postal Connections

Founded in 1996, Postal Connections is a chain of postal, shipping and business service stores, with a goal of providing convenience and superior service for its customers. The current franchise network owners acquired Postal Connections in 2007 after long careers as senior management at Mail Boxes Etc., now The UPS Store. To learn more about Postal Connection’s services, visit or call (619) 294-7550. For more information on Postal Connection franchise opportunities, visit or call 1-800-POSTALS (767-8257).



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