"Real Housewives of Atlanta" cast members Cynthia Bailey, Kenya Moore and Claudia Jordan are among the prominent figures auctioning items including new and previously loved garments, accessories and furnishings via ShopSnapIt , a new buy/sell app described as "Instagram meets eBay."
Bailey's sales benefit the Be Better Foundation , which helps young ladies embrace
self-etiquette, self-confidence, and self-promotion leading to on, and off-the-runway success.
Her items for sale include frocks and shoes she's worn on "Real Housewives of Atlanta" as well as never-worn pieces and a selection of brand-new, brand name cosmetics.
"Happy shopping ... from my closet to yours!" her ShopSnapIt page says.
The app is the latest business endeavor from Leslie Neland, author of "Finding Mr. Forever."
Her goal was to help individuals and small businesses market their products in a fun, engaging way.
"We had to make sure it was easy to use," she said.
It's a snap, pardon the pun, to download and is free for users. Buyers pay 5 percent of their sales.
"We launched in November 2017," Neland said. "Christmas was great. I was very surprised it picked up as quickly as it did. I thought it would take a year to get it off the ground."
You must be 18 (the legal age to enter into a contractual agreement) to use ShopSnapIt and the usual terms and conditions apply. No nude photos, profanity, copyright infringement or bullying behavior, etc.