Crossroads Trading

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About this app

With more than 100 "Best of" awards, Crossroads has been leading the resale fashion industry for over 25 years. Our fashionable and eco-conscious customers sell gently used clothing for cash or trade; shop for name-brand and designer clothing at amazing prices and help keep clothing out of landfill.

The Crossroads app lets you:
- Find a store near you and check hours.
- See current number of sellers in line.
- Reserve a spot in line.
- Receive a notification when it is your turn.
Updated on
Apr 24, 2020

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
App info and performance
This app may collect these data types
Personal info and App info and performance
Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted
48 reviews
February 16, 2022
Something is wrong with this app it worked fine when I first installed it about a month ago added my name to a waitlist was never contacted to let me know that I was able to come in to do to do business with the company or anything and also now when I open the app nobody has a wait list you cannot add your name on to a waitlist and I was never given any type of notification that for me to come in and do business there was nobody in front of me on the wait list it was just me. Not kosher!!!!!!!
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Athenia Teng
July 31, 2022
Really wanted to use the app to sign myself in for the selling line, but it just shows up as blank when I open it. Yikes.
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Ryan Kompa
June 27, 2022
Absolutely ZERO consistency. They buy basedon whatever that employee feels like buying that they like.You just have to cross your fingers and hope the employee likes what you are trying to sell and it's in a good mood. They pay out less than a Pawn Shop would. They say they pay out around 25-30% of what they would sell the item for. Not what the item is worth. What that employee at that moment feels the value is. They aren't bad people just a severely flawed system and absolutely no flexibility
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