Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by HansderHund, Jul 27, 2012.
Yep, the labels are only 5-7/16" wide. Obv, they still wrap around the other way. I just make sure the bar code is scannable.
If you have to use those boxes, trim the sides as much as possible.
I to only use boxes that a full label sheet will fit on, but I've ran into 1 or 2 where a bit of trimming on one side was needed.
Small flat rate boxes fit just barely. But It works!
For more than six months the, online only retail, small business I worked at used normal printer paper for labels. That was also taping it to the box and only a single horizontal cut, but never am I reshaping labels again.
I've done my best to look around but I can't really find too much information on this Pierre Balmain belt. I know most of PB stuff is licensed crap, but this seems like real Croc. Is there anything special to this beside being Crocodile?
What size is this?
I would think it is a centimeter measure: 29D = 10D UK = 11D US I am not an expert on shoes however
That is good though, eBays new feedback removal policy gives you a way to have it removed. You don't even have to have that strong of case, just have some reason it is wrong and point to his history and I am guessing it comes off.
Thank you so much! Sweet jebus, this thread is helpful for everything.
Don't do this. http://www.ebay.com/itm/261458396029
Not that I would do this, but with this and other keyword spamming listings in general, couldn't a buyer buy these and then open a case and feign ignorance and claim that they thought they were getting Lobbs?
They could, but why?
Because people are assholes? I was just bringing it up that keyword spamming can bite you in the ass hard. Don't know why people keep doing it.
Edit: In my made-up scenario, the shitty buyer would be doing it to hopefully keep the item and get a refund while screwing the seller over. Obviously, if they had to return it, it wouldn't make sense.
Yeah. If the buyer opens a case and seller fights it and ebay settles in buyers favor, then the sellers out both $$$ and shoes.
Well, I've horrible luck trying to get negative feedback removed, but I'm doing pretty well with neutral feedback. The first comment was removed because it read, "The shirt smelled like s##t" (that's how he worded it, and Ebay at least removed the comment). The more recent neutral was just removed by Ebay, so by tomorrow, my neutral feedback should be down to 1!
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