After successfully helping her sons sell their old video games on eBay, Linda Lightman started auctioning her collection online.
A stay-at-home mom living with her two kids in Philadelphia, Linda Lightman used to be a labor lawyer before she accidentally started the biggest online luxury consignment shop in the world: Linda’s Stuff.
After successfully helping her sons sell their old video games on eBay, Linda started auctioning her collection of high-fashion bags and garments online. Weeks later, her friends began to ask her if she can sell their stuff too. Then she went viral. Through word of mouth, her hobby became what is now a million-dollar venture.
The eBay savvy mompreneur told Daily Mail Online that every home houses over 52 things that can be sold at eBay.
“Most people don’t know that the average household has over 52 items worth over $3,000 just lying around their house ready to sell.”
The mommy millionaire also assured that we don’t have to limit ourselves to the confines of our home when looking for goodies to sell – we can always expand and rummage for other unique items outside.
Linda said in a Seller Stories interview at eBay that she never thought that her online hobby would grow into a serious high-income online business.
“When I started Linda’s Stuff I never envisioned that it would become a $16-million-dollar-a-year business with 85 employees and 25 thousand square foot office. I probably would not have named it Linda’s Stuff.”
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