We have made arrangements, with the assistance of Tracy at the Ranch, to use Ebay as an auction platform for trolls and other stuff.
Ebay has a nifty thing called “Ebay For Charity.” Here’s how it works.
When you list an item for sale or auction on Ebay, you are given the option to donate part or all of the proceeds to charity. Ebay has a list of approved charities. Tracy at the Ranch very helpfully did the necessary paperwork to get the Kentucky Sheriff’s Boys and Girls Ranch approved as an Ebay charity, so now they are one of the choices.
This means that not only can Debra make trolls and whatever else tickles her fancy and auction them on Ebay, but you and I can auction/sell off anything we like, and donate any percentage we want to the Ranch. I am already eyeing Minnie and maybe Dave. Ebay takes care of sending the money directly to Tracy, which, of course, puts a big dent in Deb’s and my ability to “steal” money. 🙂
And the Sally Troll is the first one up.
Deb and I are total Ebay selling virgins. Neither of us had the slightest idea how to do this. When Deb made the listing, she made a mistake on the shipping thingy.
She sent me the link to the page after she had listed it, and when I checked the shipping to my zip code, it was astronomical. I think what was happening is that the shipping is being added to the cost of the item, which is wrong.
Deb went back to try to adjust the shipping, but found that the Sally Troll already had a bid on it, and she couldn’t change anything.
She’s placed a note about this on the listing.
IF YOU HAVE THE WINNING BID, the shipping cost will be adjusted appropriately and will not necessitate a second mortgage on your home.