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Originally Posted by ATLnoob View Post

No, that list is just a list of companies that participate in the VeRO program, and is not all-encompassing - many other companies will troll eBay and flag items.  It does not mean you cannot sell items from companies on that list, it just means you better be sure you're allowed to sell it, that it's legit and all is copacetic.  

Incorrect.

if you break one Vero, you cannot list from ANY company on the Vero list.
post #8117 of 18125
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Originally Posted by AfricanMerc View Post

Could someone tell me what is going on with this suit? It is a BB Own Make that I bought off Ebay. There is fine stitching that runs along the lapels and around the collar. Is this supposed to be there? Did someone alter it? Is the wool stretched and showing the stitching? I don't know much about suits. Thanks in advance. 



Just means you got a decent to nice suit. It is supposed to signify fine tailored hand work, but as jebarne said, it can be replicated with a machine.
post #8118 of 18125
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While I haven't encountered problems here, it's important for me to know about the program. Though I list on ebay.de/at, my listings show up elsewhere. Technically, I need to be sure that my items that appear on ebay.com don't violate the policy.
post #8119 of 18125
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

Incorrect.

if you break one Vero, you cannot list from ANY company on the Vero list.

Where do I find this information on Ebay? I don't see anything telling me I have any restrictions on what I can sell.
post #8120 of 18125
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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post

Where do I find this information on Ebay? I don't see anything telling me I have any restrictions on what I can sell.

Pretty sure the only way to find out if something is restricted is when you actually go to list - IME the notification comes up in big red letters saying you can't list the item on the page when it gives you the preview of what your listing will look like right before you actually do the final confirmation of the listing.
post #8121 of 18125

If you have a Zegna jacket that is intended for US sale, yet shipping is set to all international places, they could DING you prior to your listings ending.  Correct?

 

But, if the sale does go through, and was then shipped to a different country, upon the listing closing, no DING can be had against you?  Correct?

 

They have to catch the violation prior to the violation being acted out.  Once it is sold, or listing ended, no infraction can be upheld.  Correct?

post #8122 of 18125
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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post

Where do I find this information on Ebay? I don't see anything telling me I have any restrictions on what I can sell.

Pretty sure its under your seller dashboard - or call ebay and ask to be sure.

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Originally Posted by hooker4186 View Post

Pretty sure the only way to find out if something is restricted is when you actually go to list - IME the notification comes up in big red letters saying you can't list the item on the page when it gives you the preview of what your listing will look like right before you actually do the final confirmation of the listing.

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post #8123 of 18125
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Originally Posted by Snoogz View Post

If you have a Zegna jacket that is intended for US sale, yet shipping is set to all international places, they could DING you prior to your listings ending.  Correct?

But, if the sale does go through, and was then shipped to a different country, upon the listing closing, no DING can be had against you?  Correct?

They have to catch the violation prior to the violation being acted out.  Once it is sold, or listing ended, no infraction can be upheld.  Correct?

I think that's correct. They won't go back through completed listings to be sure. Important to note, though, that Zegna is not on the list. Your example works for other brands that are a member.
post #8124 of 18125
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post


Incorrect.

if you break one Vero, you cannot list from ANY company on the Vero list.

 

I was replying to the question from k4lnamja that asked "if I've 10 dresses from Diane Von Furstenberg then I am unable to sell these?"...my reply was just clarifying that those are the companies that participate in the VeRO program and do keep an eye on what is listed on eBay.  He can sell items from DVF & all those companies along as they are legit and he's allowed to - it was a different poster who asked, not Fueco.

post #8125 of 18125
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Originally Posted by ATLnoob View Post

I was replying to the question from k4lnamja that asked "if I've 10 dresses from Diane Von Furstenberg then I am unable to sell these?"...my reply was just clarifying that those are the companies that participate in the VeRO program and do keep an eye on what is listed on eBay.  He can sell items from DVF & all those companies along as they are legit and he's allowed to - it was a different poster who asked, not Fueco.

Im sorry. Im running a 103 fever and a bit loopy. frown.gif
post #8126 of 18125

Oh snap, get better Spoo...not the time of year to be feel in under the weather.

 

 

In other news, looks like my city is delivering mail today (sunday)...cool.

post #8127 of 18125
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Originally Posted by hooker4186 View Post


Pretty sure the only way to find out if something is restricted is when you actually go to list - IME the notification comes up in big red letters saying you can't list the item on the page when it gives you the preview of what your listing will look like right before you actually do the final confirmation of the listing.

 

VeRO is not set up for "restricted items" - it's mostly to keep counterfeits off eBay and is policed by the companies themselves, not eBay.  For example, you'll find a pant-load of fake Hermes belts on eBay and you never get a red box warning when you list an Hermes tie, however, I get the warning 100% of the time when I list a Burberry item.  They are not restricted items/brands - they are controlled and reviewed items.  

Obviously if you are listing "human kidney" then you'll trigger a restricted item red flag, but we're talking about the VeRO program, which pertains to copyright, trademark and intellectual property rights - i.e.: counterfeits. Counterfeit items are not restricted, they are banned, as in, not allowed.  

The list of companies on the eBay VeRO page is fewer than the companies that participate in the program - the ones on the list are only those who opted to create an "about me" page on eBay to explain their positions and why they may have flagged your listing.  For example, read the one from Coach - it's there expressly to explain their position on fakes.

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post #8129 of 18125

Looks like e-bay doesn't consider Scotland a country. It seems like there's a big disagreement about this question out in the world. So if something is made in Scotland would you list it as made in United Kingdom?

post #8130 of 18125
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Originally Posted by marc roberto View Post
 

Looks like e-bay doesn't consider Scotland a country. It seems like there's a big disagreement about this question out in the world. So if something is made in Scotland would you list it as made in United Kingdom?

 

 

Yes, until Independence is passed into law after 2014...

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