We know you want the best for your family: quality, value, and kids' stuff that is safe. Once Upon A Child® Altamonte Springs buys and sells gently used kids' clothing, shoes, toys and baby gear offering you the opportunity to recycle your children's nearly new items and get paid on the spot. You can rest assured that products found in our store meets current safety standards and have not been recalled. Check out what we're looking to buy and turn those items into cash!
Better yet, trade them in for things you need now with 10% more for a store credit offer and save the sales tax all in one trip!
You have brought in some beautiful items over the past few years and we are happy to say that we are still buying the best quality items based on brand, demand and condition. We are currently buying all seasons that are in like-new to new condition.
To see a full list of our needs CLICK HERE.
UNFORTUNATELY, THERE ARE SOME ITEMS
THAT WE ARE UNABLE TO ACCEPT:
Items with Safety Recalls
(CLICK HERE FOR THE MOST RECENT RECALL LIST FOR 2017)
Large Outdoor Toys
Baby Albums/Picture Frames
12V Battery Operated Ride-ons
Food Related Items
We also choose not to purchase car seats at our location.
Buying a used car seat that has an unknown history is potentially life threatening to a child.
It may have been recalled, in an accident or just cared for improperly.
You never know and although you could save a few buys (or make a few bucks),
it is not worth the unltimate safety of any child.
As always, thank you for your business.
Once Uon a Child Altamonte Springs runs all recall searched thru the Consumer Product Safety Commission search engin. If anything is under current recall, it is there. For this reason, we ask that all items you wish to sell must in no older than 2012, have all manufacturer labels till attached and any modle numbers on equipment still visible. Without this information we have to forego making any sort of offer for the safety of our customers.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is an independent federal regulatory agency that was created in 1972 by Congress in the Consumer Product Safety Act. In that law, Congress directed the Commission to "protect the public against unreasonable risks of injuries and deaths associated with consumer products."
The CPSC has jurisdiction over thousands of types of consumer products, from coffee makers to toys to lawn mowers. Some types of products, however, are covered by other federal agencies. For example, cars, trucks and motorcycles are covered by the Department of Transportation; food, drugs and cosmetics are covered by the Food and Drug Administration; and alcohol, tobacco and firearms are within the jurisdiction of the Department of the Treasury.
The CPSC works to reduce the risk of injuries and deaths from consumer products by:
If you've had a safety problem with a consumer product, here's how to get in touch with the CPSC: