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anyone looking for charvet ties?

LUXFORLESS

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hi im new to this site , i have been selling high end items on ebay for close to 3 years and am finding ebay more and more difficult to use. currently i have a large selection ( 100 to 200 ) charvet ties and loads of cashmere sweaters including bruno cucinelli , ballantyne, and loro piana all items are new . i was wondering if there is interes out there . and could use suggestions from older memebers here as to how people sell here
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DocHolliday

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You should find plenty of demand here if the prices are reasonable. The selling itself is pretty simple, and you don't have to pay eBay's infernal fees. I don't have any great secrets to pass on -- good photos and clear descriptions help, just like on eBay. Make sure to read all the B&S rules (everything must have a fixed price, no bumping of threads without price cuts, etc.), but other than that, have at it. The more people get to know you, the more willing they'll be to buy from you.

I much prefer selling here to eBay.
 

LUXFORLESS

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plz exlain , ive seen this term no bumping several times . hate to be such a novice but what does it mean?
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www.styleforum.net/forumdisplay.php?f=11

I think if you look around for the rules and such it explains it all there. I think we would all love to see what you have and what you are asking for it.
 

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"bumping" simply means reminding people your thread is there just for the sake of it without offering something new, like a price change.
 

LUXFORLESS

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another novice question , but am i allowed to post a link to my ebay items in my post?
 

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Originally Posted by LUXFORLESS
another novice question , but am i allowed to post a link to my ebay items in my post?

Yes. Many do.
 

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You can also post a link in your signature to your ebay auctions and feedback. This way, your items gain exposure when you participate in discussions.
 

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