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Or are there other places where I may actually get more money for my stuff? I hear they're really picky. I'm a recent college grad about to move back home, and could use the extra cash. But I don't want to lug 50 pounds of clothes over there just so they can take one shirt and give me $2 for it. What is the name of those sorts of stores, that give money for clothes?
If you want to get rid of it fast, thats the best bet, and if they don't take some things, give them away to a clothes drive (usually they have them to sponsor some illness, pennsylvania or diabetes in my area) but if you have any really unique or high end fashion, or generally awsome pieces. EBAY is the way to go, so get rid of the junkie generic stuff at plato's closet, but keep the cool stuff for ebay, you'll make alot more money.
I dont know of any other store like that besides platos, unless they are little independently owned stores. platos is very picky!!!! its horrible. they didnt take half my stuff even though it was in great condition. and you only get $1 or $2 which sucks if you paid so much for a shirt. but if they dont take you can always give it to purple heart.