Buying and Selling on eBay: Tips, Tricks, Problems & Questions

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by HansderHund, Jul 27, 2012.

  1. Snoogz

    Snoogz Senior member

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    That pattern reminds me of the way bricks are laid. And that pattern is usually called "running bond" or "the bond"

    ..but I doubt that will help with any usefulness when it comes to search optimization...
     
  2. SpooPoker

    SpooPoker Internet Bigtimer and Most Popular Man on Campus Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    Staggered Geometric Tonal Jacquard Woven
     
  3. Brianpore

    Brianpore B&S (BS) ambassador-in-chief

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    I would throw in basketweave for another good keyword for that pattern.
     
  5. namdaemun

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    I use 14x20...that's just me though. Depends on what you're using them for. I use them for shoes and suits and etc. Perfect size.


    Glad you're using Corijennin. Such a great and fair company! Btw, Uline sucks. Terrible customer service.
     
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    Wes, I suggest contacting Corijennin. They will work with you and from what I've seen has the lowest option. Don't quote me on that though. I've referred them 5 diff SF members so I'm sure they'll be fair.

    Cheers
     
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    Thanks I'll check it out. Always looking for a better deal. Uline is nice in a pinch because my stuff is always delivered the following day.
     
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    Has anyone ever been successful in asserting the "Money Back Guarantee" when using USPS Priority Mail Express 1-Day? I have a package that took a week to arrive. The USPS website says that refund requests can only be done at a local post office. However, local post offices refer you to the website to make a claim. :puzzled:
     
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    Happy Holidays. I decided to change the background to my store to a more festive pattern. I am using a nordic knit pattern and a logo banner I just did.....happy with the background, want to work on the banner.

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  10. Snoogz

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    Let us know if u see an increase in sales because of the festivities and color scheme.
     
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    jebarne Senior member

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    not counting on it. Don't think it can hurt.
     
  12. ScottW

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    When you guys flip NWT items, do you remove the price tag from the store where you bought it, or leave it on? Item in question is a NWT skeeter that was marked 50% off retail at NMLC, then was red-dot clearanced (ink on the price tag) for an another 50% off, so 25% of MSRP. It just sold at BIN for 2x what I paid. In this case, do y'all remove the NMLC tag (leaving only the RG rag showing MSRP) as a way to prevent any possible resentment on the part of the buyer, or do you leave it on? I am new in such matters, as my only sold items to date have been used and thrifted.
     
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    I would leave only the msrp sticker on there. If I was a buyer, I'd be pissed if the item cost more than I paid.
     
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    100% only leave on the retail MSRP price.
     
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    Why? It changes the value of the item not at all. Do you get pissed every time you buy something from the store because those capitalist pigs made money off of you?
     

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