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Originally Posted by Reosymes View Post
 

Do you guys have any brands that shouldn't be, but are extremely difficult to sell?

Ties: Nicky, Cantini, and Charles Hill (I get more for Jerry Garcia ties that I do those 3)

Suits / Sport coats: I will echo the woes with Oxxford. I will add Crittenden to the list.

Shoes: That's hit or miss with some brands. However, I seem to do poorly with Santoni.

post #29267 of 30456

Feel free to save your 42S-ish Oxxford suits/SCs for whenever I am in the market.

post #29268 of 30456
What is the convention with dealing non-paying, non-responding buyer? Do I report them or simply just relist the item?
post #29269 of 30456
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Originally Posted by Versace Guy View Post

What is the convention with dealing non-paying, non-responding buyer? Do I report them or simply just relist the item?

 

 

Unpaid item case. Close it when you can. Then relist.

 

That's what I do anyway... At least then these asshats have a mark on their records.

post #29270 of 30456
Oh sages of eBay, I beseech you, What is the best packaging method for shipping ties? 😉
post #29271 of 30456
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Originally Posted by ClosetEvolution View Post

Oh sages of eBay, I beseech you, What is the best packaging method for shipping ties? 😉

I give customers a choice between padded envelopes shipped First Class or a Small Flate Rate Priority box.
post #29272 of 30456
I get 6x4x4 or 6x3x3 cardboard boxes from ebay or Amazon and ship first class.
post #29273 of 30456
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Originally Posted by ClosetEvolution View Post

Oh sages of eBay, I beseech you, What is the best packaging method for shipping ties? 😉


You definitely don't want to learn any of my OCD practices.

post #29274 of 30456
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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post


I give customers a choice between padded envelopes shipped First Class or a Small Flate Rate Priority box.

tbh, this is surprising to me. just seems like a can of worms, both in terms of communication and in the event something goes wrong. i assume as far as your concerned either works equally well? 

post #29275 of 30456
In the shipping options you can specify both, and let the buyer choose their preferred method automatically on checkout. It's not like they're contacting you via messaging when they're about to make their purchase.
post #29276 of 30456
@Fueco
Padded envelope? How do you prevent the tie from creasing in the envelope?

@Reosymes
6x4x4 seems large. Why 6x instead of 4x4x4?

@drlivingston
Yes I do.

Thanks you guys. I picked up some ties and haven't decided how to ship them yet. I appreciate your input.
post #29277 of 30456
I put the tie in a 6x9 clear plastic mailer first. 4x4x4 box for me is a little small but if you can mail the tie in it without it looking smushed, go for it.
post #29278 of 30456

I officially hate listing shirts... 461 pictures tonight. 

post #29279 of 30456
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Originally Posted by Brianpore View Post
 

I officially hate listing shirts... 461 pictures tonight. 


I despise listing shirts. I will only do it when someone consigns them with me. I still will briefly look at the shirt section in the thrifts, but I am quick to sell them to another local seller for a meager profit.

post #29280 of 30456

Why cant all Prada shirts be this cool!? This one should actually sell well.

 

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