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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. 

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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.

Thanks! I will take a look as soon as I get a chance. You're right, @TheNeedMachine, I had the problem of not being able to go back more than 60 days.
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hey guys, what's the best/easiest way to ship a pair of shoes BNIB?

thanks!
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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.

 

Mine have consistently gone up just after Christmas every year. I assume this is people spending their Christmas money. I have some to spend this year. Looking for an iPhone 6s Plus with at least 64g, any color. Probably won't buy it on eBay though.

 

My sales generally collapse after the first of the year, then pick up until around tax time, and then crash at that point, and then pick up again later.

 

This year, with the east coast not really having winter yet, I am hoping my sales of winter clothing will pick up from that part of the country after the beginning of the year or whenever they actually do get winter.  

 

I had 20+ sales this morning, which is phenomenal for me. Truly phenomenal. Over $600 in sales, with 35 minutes left on a bunch of listings. This makes me very happy. :)

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I weary of ASQs like this:

 

"I will give you $XX for this item. I want free shipping."

 

My first, knee-jerk reaction: "No, you won't."  My second, also knee-jerk reaction: "That item is an auction and has no 'best offer'. You're so lucky that I'm choosing not to verbally flambé' you."

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Brace yourself, gents, the bullshit return season is upon us...





LOL, yeah... Large shirts have a 26" pit to pit measurement. sarcasm.gif

And yes, this is a used shirt, sold as slightly faded.

Oh, and another milestone in feedback...


Edited by Fueco - 12/28/15 at 12:34pm
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Toe is in the water... 1st 3 listings are up. Went with BINOBO. Probably overpriced them. We'll see.
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Toe is in the water... 1st 3 listings are up. Went with BINOBO. Probably overpriced them. We'll see.

 

Welcome to the monkey house.

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hey guys, what's the best/easiest way to ship a pair of shoes BNIB?

thanks!


I know that this doesn't help your current dilemma. But, I always keep a supply of 15 x 10 x 6 boxes from U-Line on hand. They will accommodate most any regular size shoe box.

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Sold a lot of 100 ties to an out-of-state buyer. What is the best way to pack and ship them in one carton?

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Sold a lot of 100 ties to an out-of-state buyer. What is the best way to pack and ship them in one carton?


Whenever I have shipped bulk quantities of ties (100 or more), I usually shipped them in a 16 x 16 x 16 box. I would line the box with a large plastic bag. Then, I would individually roll each tie and place them in a layer. I would place a few pieces of tissue paper on top of the completed layer and repeat the process. It is a little time consuming but I have done it numerous times and have yet to have a problem. Whomever you are shipping to will appreciate your efforts. The only other option that I could recommend would be to utilize a Regional Rate C box. It would work. Unfortunately, eBay shipping does not recognize the RRC box. You would have to ship it through the USPS website.

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What about putting each one in a tie sleeve?

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Toe is in the water... 1st 3 listings are up. Went with BINOBO. Probably overpriced them. We'll see.

Dang... I already got an offer on something, and it's not a lowball.

EDIT: ... and, first sale of something I thrifted.
Edited by Van Veen - 12/29/15 at 10:14am
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What about putting each one in a tie sleeve?


You could. However, I find the whole tie sleeve thing annoying. I guess it comes from the fact that every tie that I see in a sleeve at a thrift store is some sort of Xai Long Chinese crap.

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Is there a chart for standard jacket sizing to figure out the size of an untagged jacket?
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Is there a chart for standard jacket sizing to figure out the size of an untagged jacket?

http://www.askandyaboutclothes.com/clothing/style-tips/how-to-measure-a-jacket/

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