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Online Storage Auctions / Re: Prices are insane in the online storage auction world
« Last post by jamelar on September 19, 2017, 04:44:14 PM »
^^^  I know what you mean. Where are these people when I'm trying to sell something?
General Storage Auction Talk / Re: Old laptops/computers
« Last post by TheStorageBunker on September 18, 2017, 11:08:43 PM »
i've sold lots of broken computers on craigslist for $5 each.
for A good working one I can't get more than $40-50 on CL so $5 ain't bad.
The Treasure Chest / Re: Things You Personally Collect
« Last post by TheStorageBunker on September 18, 2017, 10:34:34 PM »
Oh no!  I collect way to much stuff i find in the units:
anything video game related
anything 80s or 90s nostagia related
board games
comic books
star wars
knives and swords
military stuff
odd religious items
koontz, king, and Rice books
twilight, hungergames, 50 shades books (every unit has atleast 1, i must have 15 copies of each)
lunch boxes

I have 2 rooms devoted to this, one room for things i'm nostalgic for, another for the weird oddity type stuff.
they have been going for more than retail around me.  Like if i bought everything in the unit new in box at the store I'd pay less.  And all the smaller storage businesses near me recently got bought out by big corps who auction there stuff online now.
Storage Auctions "In The News" / Re: Storage Treasures Changes Hands
« Last post by ThomasMaloney on September 04, 2017, 01:49:44 AM »
Why does it really matter if the company has been bought out as long as it keeps providing storage auction services to the people who are using the portal? Let's just hope that there aren't too many radical changes, especially when it come to subscription and redemption procedures. As long as not too many things change, it really should not make a difference to all the people whether some Tom, Dick or Harry is managing the company in the background.
I love reading feel good stories like this. I know that a lot of us on the channel would probably do the same too - it's simple human courtesy and compassion isn't it? Except we never would catch the attention of the media while doing it haha! Either way, I hope that I don't find the remains of anyone in any self storage unit I buy!
I agree with @alloro here. Honestly speaking, if it boils down to which site we should be using to sell our junk, I would honestly tell people to use all of them so that it maximises your potential. For us that buy into all these auctions, we're going to go into all the different sites ourselves to make sure that we pick out the best stuff too.
I think it is not really a huge issue that even deserves our attention. However, if we were to discuss on the possibilities of an impossible situation to occur, then I vouch for scenario 'B'. The most logical explanation is having a bot casting fake votes to harness excessive votes which has actually happened before in other competitions. Thus, the logic behind this method is relatively higher.
I personally think that you could find all sorts of treasures in ANY storage unit. It just depends on whose perspective you're using to look at those items. I mean at the end of the day, those things have got to have had some sort of value to be kept in storage right? Otherwise the whole lot might have been thrown away at some point!
It has been quite some time that the cold episode occurred but yes the suspense still lingers on until this very day. It would be great if they would appear in a comeback episode especially for them to clear the air instead of just focusing on an auction unit.
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