Ebay Lawn Services

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by LightningLawns, Feb 8, 2005.

  1. LightningLawns

    LightningLawns LawnSite Senior Member
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    Has anyone seen this?? I wonder if this works in their area? I can't imagine it actually working.
     
  2. yrdandgardenhandyman

    yrdandgardenhandyman LawnSite Senior Member
    from midwest
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    Never heard of it. What is it?
     
  3. LightningLawns

    LightningLawns LawnSite Senior Member
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    I was just looking around ebay and found that a few LCO's are advertising their business on there. They were offering 6 month contracts for a set amount of money. I wouldn't think that they would get much biz off ebay for lawn service.
     
  4. crawdad

    crawdad LawnSite Bronze Member
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    You gonna show us a link, or make us search?
     
  5. gogetter

    gogetter Banned
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    There was just a thread on this like 2 days ago. A couple members here do it (and they did link their auctions).
     
  6. grass-scapes

    grass-scapes LawnSite Bronze Member
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  7. gogetter

    gogetter Banned
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  8. walker-talker

    walker-talker LawnSite Platinum Member
    from Midwest
    Posts: 4,771

    Yea.....50% off fertilizer applications and FREE weekly weed control??? I would say so!!!!
     
  9. walker-talker

    walker-talker LawnSite Platinum Member
    from Midwest
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    Yea.....50% off fertilizer applications and FREE weekly weed control??? I would say so!!!! Actually I had thought about advertising there. I think it's something like $15 for six months. Who know what could happen. This was brought up in another thread last week sometime...could of been another site also...I forget.
     
  10. yrdandgardenhandyman

    yrdandgardenhandyman LawnSite Senior Member
    from midwest
    Posts: 953

    Starting bid, $490.00 for up to 1/2 acre, approximately 27 mows. $18.00 and some change to mow 1/2 acre? I suppose if you got a bunch of lawns in the same area, with no windshield time, you might make a profit.
    And who bids on "approximates"? And 50% off of what price?
    Interesting concept though.
     

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