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http://www.ioffer.com

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iOffer is an online marketplace where you can buy and sell practically anything. There are 100+ million items for sale with thousands of active buyers and sellers. iOffer was founded in 2002 and is based out of San Francisco, California.

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I really want to like iOffer. I absolutely love the concept of it, and have purchased quite a few things from there. Trust me, I would LOVE to see a site come along and beat out eBay. However, iOffer is not the one that's going to do it.

First of all, most of the "designer" products on there are knock offs. Sure, you can get a LV bag for $30, but don't expect high quality OR fast shipping. Most things I have ordered have taken up to 2 weeks to arrive.

Customer service isn't up to par, either.

Overall, if you want some cheap items and don't care about waiting around for it to arrive, I would recommend iOffer. For the most part, however, I would stay away.

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