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Lockboxer is a web-based company founded by entrepreneur Jennifer Morehead. Lockboxer helps people manage their things by letting them find out how much an item is worth and then helping them sell, donate, make a wish list, or create a home inventory.[1]

Lockboxer has been recognized by multiple publications including Mashable, Auctiva, and ProgrammableWeb. Lockboxer was recognized in Mashable's Spark of Genius series in August 2011.[2]

Lockboxer helps people manage their stuff by letting users sell directly to eBay and record a list of their donations.[3] Lockboxer also gives users a way to make a home inventory. This helps people accurately purchase home insurance and quickly recover from a loss.[4]

Lockboxer's headquarters are in Evanston, IL. The website launched in July 2011.


  1. ^ Logan, Liz (August 22, 2011). "Fresh: Locked Down". Make it Better. Retrieved 2011-08-26.
  2. ^ Kessler, Sarah (August 20, 2011). "3 New Startup Tools for Shopping, Selling and Running". Mashable, Spark of Genius series. Retrieved 2011-08-26.
  3. ^ Wilkin, Garrett (August 19, 2011). " Like a Phoenix from the Ashes, Lockboxer Rises Out of Personal Catastrophe". ProgrammableWeb. Retrieved 2011-08-26
  4. ^ "Site Helps Users Price, Track Goods". Auctiva. (August 18, 2011). Retrieved 2011-09-02.

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