>>1401>I am skeptical of dropshipping
What you could do as well is scan through thrift stores, pick the good shit, clean it up, and sell it.
Do that on eBay and depop (for more fashionable clothing items specifically), and if you can do it with enough scale you can make some alright money.
Need shipping materials of course, Amazon boxes are everywhere and people just fucking bin them, they tend to be good for a reuse though.
Envelopes are always preferable if the item is small and light enough; way cheaper to ship and envelopes are way cheaper to buy.
Bubblewrap is where the real materials expense tends to come, shit can be had at Walmart though.
Phone is always useful for price checking if the option's available, always look up completed listings on eBay to see what you can sell something for before you buy it.
Sometimes you'll find a real diamond in the rough, like an old $20 camera that can sell for like $200 (less 10% for eBay's cut),
but a $5-$10 article of clothing that you can sell for $15-$50 is good enough, especially if you can get a ton of em.
Lot's of thrift stores are operated to make money of course, even if they're "non-profits" through the arcane eyes of capital, so they've wisened up to pricing the actually valuable things quite highly as well, be wary of that.
And I really do advise price checking everything before you buy it, at least until you've a good enough grasp on clothes that you can judge without aid;
and for things that have specific product models (electronics, vidya, books, etc.) you'll always want to price check outright.