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Originally Posted by Shoeluv View Post
 


Not sure I agree about Barbour, their made in England stuff lasts generations. Never dealt with Allsaints so I haven't felt their stuff, but the brand I hate buying, but will pick up is Robert Graham Skeets.

True, beacon heritage is way, way better than the mainline stuff but all i seem to find is barbour international waxes and terrible quilted coats. I'm not familiar with Robert Graham myself but will probably hate it now that you've said it, i'll go and check.

post #25517 of 30465
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Originally Posted by eddiegreen View Post
 

Are there any brands you hate dealing with but always kop anyhow because you know they'll sell?

All Saints and Barbour are the main two that bug me, just knowing that they're such bad quality, overpriced items i feel like a pusherman who'd say 'well if i don't sell them someone else will'.

 

Any brands you can add that make you feel slightly dirty?

Wouldn't say I hate doing it, mid tier goodness as well as high priced crap has its reasons for existing, and since I'm not pulling Kiton every time I shop, I'm happy to make a buck off it all.  What we resell makes people happy, look at your feedback, people will rave about that skeet just as much, if not more, than the guy that bought that RLPL suit off you.

post #25518 of 30465
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Originally Posted by txwoodworker View Post
 

Wouldn't say I hate doing it, mid tier goodness as well as high priced crap has its reasons for existing, and since I'm not pulling Kiton every time I shop, I'm happy to make a buck off it all.  What we resell makes people happy, look at your feedback, people will rave about that skeet just as much, if not more, than the guy that bought that RLPL suit off you.

 

I don't feel bad selling anything that someone else will appreciate(within reason).

post #25519 of 30465

jaiph - nonpaying buyer for the list

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As talked on prior post, how can I block a buffon who is offering me 125 $ for an item I am selling for over 4000$?

 

Is stalking me all the time.

 

Please let me know how to block this joker.

 

Thanks

post #25521 of 30465
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Originally Posted by SartodiNapoli View Post
 

As talked on prior post, how can I block a buffon who is offering me 125 $ for an item I am selling for over 4000$?

 

Is stalking me all the time.

 

Please let me know how to block this joker.

 

Thanks

 

Go to:

 

http://offer.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?BidderBlockLogin

 

Add his ID. Separate individual IDs with a comma and space

 

Members on your blocked list can't bid on or buy any of your items unless you remove them from the list. By default, blocked members are still able to contact you about your listings. You can change this setting by going to:

 

http://offer.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?BuyerBlockPreferences .  Scroll to the bottom, and check 'don't allow blocked buyers to contact me'

 

Of course, he may still be able to reply to previous communications (if you have ever replied to him in the past.)

post #25522 of 30465

If the obnoxious buyer wanna-be then makes a new ID to stalk you, you can report his messages as harrassment and/or unwanted buyer.

post #25523 of 30465
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Originally Posted by Chotii View Post
 

If the obnoxious buyer wanna-be then makes a new ID to stalk you, you can report his messages as harrassment and/or unwanted buyer.

 

Thanks, just blocked him and understood how it worked.

 

Who can be so idiot to try to bother buying a 4000$ for 125$ several times?

 

Maybe one of you guys who knows me, lol?

post #25524 of 30465
Thread Starter 
Silly question time:

How does one see all of their sales in one simple, easy place on ebay?
post #25525 of 30465
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Originally Posted by HansderHund View Post

Silly question time:

How does one see all of their sales in one simple, easy place on ebay?


Outright works really well. 

 

 

 

I will no longer have international shipping on ebay..... what a pain in the ass it is. Of course for SF members, but that's it. 

post #25526 of 30465
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Originally Posted by HansderHund View Post

Silly question time:

How does one see all of their sales in one simple, easy place on ebay?

I use Account -> Sales Reports to see an overview by month or quarter.

If you view your sold listings, it shows them individually but only goes back a couple months.

Otherwise, sort/refine transactions on Paypal site.
post #25527 of 30465
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Originally Posted by rhz5001 View Post
 


Outright works really well. 

 

Without Outright, I would have no clue how I'm actually doing until I hand everything off to the accountant.

post #25528 of 30465
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Originally Posted by txwoodworker View Post
 

Without Outright, I would have no clue how I'm actually doing until I hand everything off to the accountant.

It's kind of scary isn't it? Do you download your statements monthly? I worry that one day I won't get in outright, especially since I haven't been able to from time to time. They are changing their customer service in Jan. Apparently they won't offer help with log in problems...(that's how I read it anyway. I hope I read incorrectly). I will be screwed if they would ever stop doing business. 

post #25529 of 30465

I'm sure someone would fill in the void.  If it weren't for that, I would probably track some other way.  You can download your account activity from PayPal and do everything on spreadsheets.  I have a GoDaddy account with my other company, so I just added my ebay account over there.  There's no support through ebay anymore, or there won't be soon, either way, service is continuing through GoDaddy.

post #25530 of 30465
Has anyone else's sales gone up loads around Christmas? I was quite surprised, I expected it to be slow what with everyone sitting about drinking and eating.
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