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I would be inclined to agree. @SpooPoker
 does most likely know better than any, but that looks really fake. You see the heavy over branding a lot on the fake stuff. I mean that scarf alone has Louis Vuitton in huge letters, then has the Damier Print, and then has the LV monogram inside the Damier print, which is something LV never does. Plus the lettering is done horribly and is totally off, not proportional to what regular LV lettering and font sizing usually is. In my book, all arrows point to Anderson. 

Jompso nailed it. I would not sell LV without tags.
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Does anyone print ebay labels using the Dymo 450, if not which label writer do you use?

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Yea so definitely unprepared for winter, any suggestion on gloves? I've never had to buy them before

Edit:sorry wrong thread
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Does anyone print ebay labels using the Dymo 450, if not which label writer do you use?

A printer and 8x11.5 split adhesive paper, why do you find a label writer to be a necessity?  Are there benefits to using them?

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A printer and 8x11.5 split adhesive paper, why do you find a label writer to be a necessity?  Are there benefits to using them?

Someone reported that they use a fraction of the ink that a normal printer uses. I am not sure how you would go about printing international labels with one.

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Someone reported that they use a fraction of the ink that a normal printer uses. I am not sure how you would go about printing international labels with one.

That would be nice. I just bought this brand new Canon and its massive and eats ink like crazy. 99% of the things I print are b&w shipping labels yet somehow all the colors run out every month or so. Don't care about the international shipping either cuz I refuse to ship international unless GPS, just don't find it worth it....Eh, whatever, I'll stick with the adhesives and my obnoxiously unnecessary printer, you get the listing printed at the bottom of each page so you can print up your entire days worth of shipping and not get confused, seems less error prone.

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That would be nice. I just bought this brand new Canon and its massive and eats ink like crazy. 99% of the things I print are b&w shipping labels yet somehow all the colors run out every month or so. Don't care about the international shipping either cuz I refuse to ship international unless GPS, just don't find it worth it....Eh, whatever, I'll stick with the adhesives and my obnoxiously unnecessary printer, you get the listing printed at the bottom of each page so you can print up your entire days worth of shipping and not get confused, seems less error prone.

don't take this the wrong way and you definitely have every right to run your business however you see fit. but considering the ridiculous grails that you pick up on the regular, i think you may be seriously limiting your potential going through gsp. just one noob's opinion.
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That would be nice. I just bought this brand new Canon and its massive and eats ink like crazy. 99% of the things I print are b&w shipping labels yet somehow all the colors run out every month or so. Don't care about the international shipping either cuz I refuse to ship international unless GPS, just don't find it worth it....Eh, whatever, I'll stick with the adhesives and my obnoxiously unnecessary printer, you get the listing printed at the bottom of each page so you can print up your entire days worth of shipping and not get confused, seems less error prone.


So, if I am reading your post correctly, you utilize the 8.5x11 adhesive label pages that are divided into two labels. Is that correct? If that is the case, do you only use the top label of every page? It would seem that the bottom label would be wasted on the Pitney Bowes label record.

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So, if I am reading your post correctly, you utilize the 8.5x11 adhesive label pages that are divided into two labels. Is that correct? If that is the case, do you only use the top label of every page? It would seem that the bottom label would be wasted on the Pitney Bowes label record.

 

 

Isn't that only an issue for international labels? I use both sides of an 8.5x11 label page, simply by putting the page back in the paper tray after it prints.

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can i ask guys who lives in the states something.

 

say for a tie (or a bubble mailer up to 9.5x13); let's say shipped to Canada.

 

the FASTEST method.  how much is it for you guys.  (no slower than 3 days)

 

I'm reading some of your shipping methods and I'm just scratching my head. 

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Isn't that only an issue for international labels? I use both sides of an 8.5x11 label page, simply by putting the page back in the paper tray after it prints.

I think it depends on if you print through eBay or Paypal. I use eBay one at a time cause my volume is low and it prints both labels the second is the description and receipt. Using PayPal it only prints on a single label.
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I think it depends on if you print through eBay or Paypal. I use eBay one at a time cause my volume is low and it prints both labels the second is the description and receipt. Using PayPal it only prints on a single label.


^^This is what I was talking about. I may have confused the issue. Printing through eBay uses an entire 8.5x11 sheet for each label. Top is the actual shipping label / Bottom half is the label record. Is there any way to change this?

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Not for me. I print through eBay and use both labels. You can turn the receipt info off. Leaves the second sheet blank.
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^^This is what I was talking about. I may have confused the issue. Printing through eBay uses an entire 8.5x11 sheet for each label. Top is the actual shipping label / Bottom half is the label record. Is there any way to change this?

Yes. When you print any label, click on label preference on the top right and uncheck the 'shipping label with receipt and instructions' box.

 

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I use a regular hp printer and split adhesive labels on 8.5x11 and you can do bulk print so you get two labels per sheet and no waist. You have to do packaging first then print as they dissappear from the ship page once printed.Average is 50 to 80 items per week and I use about $40 in cartridges per month. I tried having them refilled but they just dont last as long.The up side is you can wright them off as an expense. Ya it's only 40 a month but when uncle Sam's taxing me 25k a year on ebay sales every bit counts.
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