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Garage sales are usually old fashioned and low-tech, but if you’re selling a high-priced item such as a flat screen TV or an elliptical machine, that might not be good enough. Here are some tips that can help you accept credit cards at your garage sale.

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Garage sales are usually old fashioned and low-tech, but if you’re trying to sell a high-priced item such as a flat screen TV or an iPod or an elliptical machine, that might not be good enough. Cynthia Drake brings you some tips that can help you accept credit cards at your next garage sale.

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