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Currys trials 'Cash for Trash' scheme offering vouchers for broken and unwanted tech – how it compares

Currys has this week launched a limited time offer where shoppers can swap broken tech products and smaller white goods in exchange for a £5 or £100 voucher to spend in store or online. But you're likely to earn more recycling broken items elsewhere.

21 March 2022

eBay to offer sellers 1,000 free listings – but watch out for final value fees

eBay is increasing the number of free monthly listings for sellers from 20 to 1,000 - but remember, you'll still need to pay a fee if your item sells

30 January 2019

Facebook takes on eBay and Gumtree with its own online marketplace for app users

Facebook is launching its own free-to-use classified-ads platform for buying and selling goods locally

4 October 2016

Guest comment: Buyers and sellers are being ripped off by estate agents

Stella Creasy MP explains why she's calling for estate agents to be banned from charging fees to both buyers and sellers

24 November 2014

Amazon launches textbook trade-in: is it any good?

Online retailer Amazon has launched a textbook trade-in scheme this week, yet you may be able to beat its prices

22 July 2011