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Mine have 9 1/2 over a 4, so I guess that means they're a UK size?I posted this a long time ago.
Look in the middle of the footbed. Usually C&J have sizing info there with the width represented as a number (5 being regular width). If it's US sized, D is regular width (5), if UK sized, it'll be narrow width (4 or lower).
See pic below of a UK sized 12 D C&J (ie. narrow). Bought this in B&S. Seller wasn't sure if the shoes were US or UK sized, but I took a gamble (and lost).
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You're a godsend. One question, now that I'm at the PayPal activity page and ready to download the report, which of the three options should I choose? (Choices are "All Transactions", "Completed Payments", or "Balance Affecting").The 2019 Paypal 1099Ks have started to roll out for those of us who meet the minimum threshold. Here is some info I have gathered from ebay and paypal reps concerning the 1099k and internet sale tax.
Problem. The 1099K gross total does indeed include the sales tax that ebay has been processing through Paypal for the past 2-3 months since they changed their collection method. However, the sales tax amount is not clearly broken out on the 1099K, and you will need to do it yourselves. Since eBay changed their sales tax collection method near the end of the year, running a ebay sales report will not give you an accurate total for the sales tax that was processed through paypal. Additionally the ebay report only goes back 90 days, so it will not be that useful in the future, unless you run the report at less than 90 day intervals.
Solution. You can download a CSV format report on your paypal activity page for the entire 2019 year. It may take a couple hours for the report to generate. Once it becomes available, open the CSV file in Excel/Numbers. You will see a Sales Tax column which will show you the sales tax collected by ebay though paypal payments (mainly only in November and December). *Note, depending on the specific report criteria you selected to download, you may see duplicate sales tax values for each transaction. If so, you will need to filter the "type" column to include only "Tax Collected by Partner". This will eliminate all the duplicates. Next you can (SUM) the sales tax column to get your sales tax total which should be deducted on your 2019 taxes, since it is not income.
When the managed payments changeover happens at some point this year, this will all change. So it may be a good idea to set up automatic downloads of the monthly ebay sales reports, if you aren't already using them, using ebay's file exchange. Once your payments are being processed though ebay that may be the only way to reconcile for 2020.
Hope that helps.
I did "all transactions" and had to filter the results to eliminate the duplicates, plus it also included transactions for stuff I purchased. No harm in trying all three to see what they look like.You're a godsend. One question, now that I'm at the PayPal activity page and ready to download the report, which of the three options should I choose? (Choices are "All Transactions", "Completed Payments", or "Balance Affecting").
Perfect. If I'm ever near your neck of the woods (which I admittedly have no idea where that is), dinner is on me.I did "all transactions" and had to filter the results to eliminate the duplicates, plus it also included transactions for stuff I purchased. No harm in trying all three to see what they look like.
I stay on the phone with them until the feedback is fixed/removed.Well, if anybody is still interested in my extortion saga, I think it is at an end. (There is at least one more path I'm aware of that he could take, but I'm hoping he's not that sophisticated.)
My polite versions of *do whatever you want* pushed him over the edge. Last night around 11 he messaged me saying that he could remove the negative feedback if I would Do The Right Thing before Monday morning. I thanked him for his message (because it was about as textbook an example of feedback extortion as I could have drafted for him, not that I told him that) and said that he could keep the suit or return the suit, I was fine with either. He stewed on that for about 5 hours, and this morning at 4:30 he closed the case deciding to keep the suit and have it tailored. Like he said he was going to need to do when he begged me down from my original asking price.
Anyway, I talked to an ebay rep this evening, the negative feedback is being removed, and he has a black mark on his record. She said it was his first offense--I'm surprised nobody has reported him before with the number of refunds his feedbacks for others refer to. My wife says people just don't know, and she's right, I wouldn't have known without this bunch here, so thanks!