personally I would not, it sounds pretty silly to me, but i'm not even close to the description of the possible client.
I would think for a service like this to work, delivery/relocation should be part of the service. that is, going with the kuro thing, chances are if somebody local is selling a kuro, it'll be easy for me to find, but the trouble might be getting it home. or even better if you can get a non-local product shipped in. obviously buying something used is as is where is, and that's a difficulty for some ppl. if you can not only find me the product, but bring it to me as well, then your possible clients aren't just the 1% of ppl that don't know how to work a computer
you just need to make sure you are offering a real service. do more than simply google search and then copy/paste the link to them.
the last time I sold a car, somebody left me a message on my phone saying for 50bux they would guarantee my car sells within a week for asking price. if it didn't sell, I didn't owe them anything. at first I thought, hey, for 50bux that's not a bad deal, I would have taken a couple hundred less than asking. then I thought, wait, what is this guy going to be doing? probably nothing, he just makes a ton of this calls and hopes somebody eventually does sell their car for asking and he gets 50bux for doing nothing to help that sale anyway.
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