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Buying and Selling on eBay: Tips, Tricks, Problems & Questions - Page 1598post #23957 of 3240010/19/15 at 6:35pmpost #23958 of 3240010/19/15 at 7:43pmpost #23959 of 3240010/19/15 at 7:48pmpost #23960 of 3240010/19/15 at 7:49pmpost #23961 of 3240010/20/15 at 8:12ampost #23962 of 3240010/20/15 at 8:23ampost #23963 of 3240010/20/15 at 8:30ampost #23964 of 3240010/20/15 at 2:46pmpost #23965 of 3240010/20/15 at 4:34pmQuote:Quote:
Its true that ShipCover pays out super fast in case of a claim - but it depends on the dollar value for me. For a high dollar value I always insure with USPS. Ive never had to use ShipCover for anything other than USPS priority mail packages that I insured (when countries did not allow for express mail) and that worked perfectly. But domestic damages/missing/empty boxes Ive never used them and would prefer the security of a known company like USPS than ShipCover whom I can't even call to update the claim.
Make sense?post #23966 of 3240010/20/15 at 5:39pm
Got a buyer who told me a sleeve measurement was inaccurate. When I asked him to send me a picture of him taking the measurement, he did so and he was measuring at a weird angle with the sleeve not even fully extended and still got a longer measurement than he initially claimed. He also said that he held it up to 'other suits that are tagged the same size' and the sleeve measurements were different. I explained it back to him, told him there was extra fabric for the tailor and that it was a cheap alteration. He then gave me negative feedback saying the item was not as described, and AFTER he posted the negative feedback he asked for a return (which I explicitly don't offer in my listings).
Is my best course of action to just call into eBay to get the negative feedback removed? From the photo of him taking the measurement he's clearly in the wrong.post #23967 of 3240010/20/15 at 6:41pmI sold a older Brioni polo tagged xl but put in the title that it fits medium. In the description I wrote its older and the measurements on the tag aren't to a current standard and the look at the actual measurements before buying. Guy wants to return because he had other Brioni xls and it doesn't fit the same. Ebay tells me that because the buyer doesn't feel he got what he thought he purchased I have to take it back and pay both shipping charges. They suggested I just accept returns and count the loss as part of doing business.post #23968 of 3240010/20/15 at 6:47pmQuote:Bummer. For my own education, did you include measurements in the description?Originally Posted by jamesmkeart
I sold a older Brioni polo tagged xl but put in the title that it fits medium. In the description I wrote its older and the measurements on the tag aren't to a current standard and the look at the actual measurements before buying. Guy wants to return because he had other Brioni xls and it doesn't fit the same. Ebay tells me that because the buyer doesn't feel he got what he thought he purchased I have to take it back and pay both shipping charges. They suggested I just accept returns and count the loss as part of doing business.post #23969 of 3240010/20/15 at 6:51pmQuote:No. I took pictures with a tape measure. And I wrote this
"Shirt is tagged as an xl, but is much smaller by today's U.S.standards. Fit is probably more like a medium. See the pictures for condition and exact size measurements."post #23970 of 3240010/20/15 at 7:08pm
Thought I'd mention RocketShip It (www.rocketshipit.com -- full disclaimer: I know the owner) as something you higher volume guys might get use out of. It's a set of PHP libraries that hook into the USPS, UPS, and FedEx APIs and let you automate label generation, tracking etc. You can shoot labels out to your thermal printer or whatever without messing with the truly horrendous web interfaces these couriers have.
I seldom do ebay anymore but still ship a lot (online shopping returns) and will not go near the websites anymore, especially USPS (dear USPS: burn in hell). This guy literally combed through thousands of pages of documentation on APIs and coded a solution from scratch.
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