Post # 1
So I had dress regret and listed my dress on that site. I’ve got an interested buyer that seems legit (that was fast!). I want to use escrow.com to process the payment/shipping. Has anyone else done this? I’m just curious to see what your experiences were.
Post # 3
I haven’t but I’m also interested. My dress is currently being preserved, and I’m debating whether I should sell or keep it when it comes back.
Post # 5
I sold my dress within 2 weeks of advertising on preownedweddingdresses.com. I guess it depends if the size and the dress is on demand at the moment. I honestly just got super lucky becuase I do hear that sometimes it takes awhile.
Post # 6
I’ve actually had two replies already! It’s been only like four days 🙂 lucky me I guess!
Post # 7
What do they charge? How does it work?
Post # 8
@luvmesumhim: It’s a one time fee of $25 and it stays on the site until it sells, or you remove it.
Post # 9
I PURCHASED a dress on preowned, and I ended up paying via Paypal. But as a seller you’re protected equally both with escrow and PayPal in my opinion. One word of advice, both sites have fees to process your transaction make sure you figure out whose paying the fees. I know escrow has an option that you can select that allows you and the buyer to split the fees evenly.
Post # 10
I bought my dress on preownedweddingdresses with just pay pal. My experience was good. I also have bought AND sold a dress on recycledbride.com, through paypal as well (dress regret/change of venue). I will have to say that I have recieved a LOT of emails that are broken english, overly excited and just seemed strange, so I just ignored those, not sure if they were spammers or what, but I figure better safe than sorry. I think selling is probably easier than buying online. I thought about escrow, but didnt feel it necessary.