- Aug 5, 2012
- Reaction score
$25 for the shirt with freeTBH, I typically do have auto-decline (though I set it at around 25% because I don't mind the back and forth)
Unsure why this one slipped through. Like Wes said above, I gave the guy the benefit of the doubt that maybe it was a typo. Maybe he meant $50, or $45
His counter of $6 was also accompanied with a message saying that since he got a similar shirt for $30 NWT, $6 + my $19 shipping for a total of $25 was fair for a pre-owned shirt.
So yeah, it was a serious offer. Lol
Side note - I should probably look at revising my $19 shipping charge....
From my research, PP working capital is a good plan. However, if everyone is forced into eBay's managed payments program, how would that affect their ability to collect their percentage?Paypal working capital loans. No credit check, no interest. One time flat fee based on borrowed amount, payback percentage and sales volume. Loan payments come out of each payment you receive, at a percentage of your choosing, 10% through 30%.
I just got offered $88K....coincidentally the same cost as my wife's upcoming grad school....hmmm.