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£1 & £3 final value fee @ eBay.

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Could be selected accounts so check your emails or at the bottom of 'My ebay' page. On 1 of my account's it lasts for 2 days £1 and on another it's 3 days £3. Up to 100 listings. My previous offer… Read More
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1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago
Could be selected accounts so check your emails or at the bottom of 'My ebay' page. On 1 of my account's it lasts for 2 days £1 and on another it's 3 days £3. Up to 100 listings.

My previous offer of 75% off ended so didn't relist waiting for another and this is a really good 1.

Q: Did the offer work after clicking accept ?
A: look on the bottom of 'My ebay' page ('Promotional offers') and it should be there as 'Active'
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eBay needs seller will WIN a case offer.

A week on eBay
1) Had proof of delivery, but buyer claimed item didn't arrive.
2) Item arrived a day late, no fault of my own - negative feedback.
3) Item sold as faulty and spares/repair, buyer complained item is faulty and wanted a full refund while keeping the item....
4) Someone bought a item that was blue in colour and then opened a case as "item not as described, reason being: item is blue.

Like wtf ebay do you have chimps reviewing cases?
36 Likes
5ack8oy
eBay needs seller will WIN a case offer.
A week on eBay
1) Had proof of delivery, but buyer claimed item didn't arrive.
2) Item arrived a day late, no fault of my own - negative feedback.
3) Item sold as faulty and spares/repair, buyer complained item is faulty and wanted a full refund while keeping the item....
4) Someone bought a item that was blue in colour and then opened a case as "item not as described, reason being: item is blue.
Like wtf ebay do you have chimps reviewing cases?
Comparing ebay staff to chimps is very insulting to chimps
18 Likes
You can check both here:

http://www.rsvp.ebay.co.uk/rsvp/signup/3286/

http://www.rsvp.ebay.co.uk/rsvp/signup/3289/

Edited By: chriskrt on Jun 12, 2016 07:12
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5ack8oy
eBay needs seller will WIN a case offer.

A week on eBay
1) Had proof of delivery, but buyer claimed item didn't arrive.
2) Item arrived a day late, no fault of my own - negative feedback.
3) Item sold as faulty and spares/repair, buyer complained item is faulty and wanted a full refund while keeping the item....
4) Someone bought a item that was blue in colour and then opened a case as "item not as described, reason being: item is blue.

Like wtf ebay do you have chimps reviewing cases?


This is so true. EBay just rule in the buyers favour despite overwhelming evidence from the seller. It's a minefield unless you're using tracked recorded delivery services and taking note of Serial numbers. Even then you can still get scammed
10 Likes
Rimi
sideysid
Thanks, got the £3 offer, will come in handy with some very high value Lego sets I've got listed.
Will you be willing to pay 10% PayPal fee then? Don't think so...

Paypal fee is 3.4%...

Edited By: SClub on Jun 12, 2016 08:52

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#1
Yup, I got this a few minutes ago. £1 max final selling fee's. This has to be their best promotion yet!
#2
Got it. thanks mate
3 Likes #3
Got the £1 offer too. Quickly end then relist current items! ;)

Edited By: loop on Jun 12, 2016 02:40
83 Likes #4
eBay needs seller will WIN a case offer.

A week on eBay
1) Had proof of delivery, but buyer claimed item didn't arrive.
2) Item arrived a day late, no fault of my own - negative feedback.
3) Item sold as faulty and spares/repair, buyer complained item is faulty and wanted a full refund while keeping the item....
4) Someone bought a item that was blue in colour and then opened a case as "item not as described, reason being: item is blue.

Like wtf ebay do you have chimps reviewing cases?
3 Likes #5
I got the £3 offer, but it is only good if you are selling items well over £30 to benefit. I have one item that will benefit from this.
18 Likes #6
You can check both here:

http://www.rsvp.ebay.co.uk/rsvp/signup/3286/

http://www.rsvp.ebay.co.uk/rsvp/signup/3289/

Edited By: chriskrt on Jun 12, 2016 07:12
2 Likes #7
Yup, selected accounts only
#8
Not for me as usual, wanted to get rid of my gtx 980 as well so would of come in very handy. Oh well.
11 Likes #9
5ack8oy
eBay needs seller will WIN a case offer.

A week on eBay
1) Had proof of delivery, but buyer claimed item didn't arrive.
2) Item arrived a day late, no fault of my own - negative feedback.
3) Item sold as faulty and spares/repair, buyer complained item is faulty and wanted a full refund while keeping the item....
4) Someone bought a item that was blue in colour and then opened a case as "item not as described, reason being: item is blue.

Like wtf ebay do you have chimps reviewing cases?


This is so true. EBay just rule in the buyers favour despite overwhelming evidence from the seller. It's a minefield unless you're using tracked recorded delivery services and taking note of Serial numbers. Even then you can still get scammed
#10
ll0p
1 Like #11
Yeh. but 10% paypal fee.... c r a p !
36 Likes #12
5ack8oy
eBay needs seller will WIN a case offer.
A week on eBay
1) Had proof of delivery, but buyer claimed item didn't arrive.
2) Item arrived a day late, no fault of my own - negative feedback.
3) Item sold as faulty and spares/repair, buyer complained item is faulty and wanted a full refund while keeping the item....
4) Someone bought a item that was blue in colour and then opened a case as "item not as described, reason being: item is blue.
Like wtf ebay do you have chimps reviewing cases?
Comparing ebay staff to chimps is very insulting to chimps
1 Like #13
Thanks, got the £3 offer, will come in handy with some very high value Lego sets I've got listed.
#14
sideysid
Thanks, got the £3 offer, will come in handy with some very high value Lego sets I've got listed.

Will you be willing to pay 10% PayPal fee then? Don't think so...
4 Likes #15
Rimi
sideysid
Thanks, got the £3 offer, will come in handy with some very high value Lego sets I've got listed.

Will you be willing to pay 10% PayPal fee then? Don't think so...


What are You talking about...?
#16
sideysid
Thanks, got the £3 offer, will come in handy with some very high value Lego sets I've got listed.

sideysid
Thanks, got the £3 offer, will come in handy with some very high value Lego sets I've got listed.
Not if already listed
#17
joshp
Yup, I got this a few minutes ago. £1 max final selling fee's. This has to be their best promotion yet!

It's not the first time they've done it (_;)
10 Likes #18
Rimi
sideysid
Thanks, got the £3 offer, will come in handy with some very high value Lego sets I've got listed.
Will you be willing to pay 10% PayPal fee then? Don't think so...

Paypal fee is 3.4%...

Edited By: SClub on Jun 12, 2016 08:52
#19
Thanks, only got the £3 offer. Out of the pile of stuff I have to list only one would be over £30 to benefit. Wish they would run the 75% off listings again.
4 Likes #20
I list all of my items on both eBay and gumtree. I find gumtree to be relatively successful these days. I'm in London.

Edited By: pototea on Jun 12, 2016 09:06
#21
Ebay buyer protection is ok.....unless it involves EBAY themselves! I got a £30 voucher from an earlier selling promotion.....I then used this to buy an item from a sellers shop (seemed pretty safe)....seller contacted me 2 days later to appologies as the item was out of stock and sent a refund. EBAY then goes into my paypal account and takes back the £30. I contacted EBAY and they refused to re issue the voucher.
BUYERS PROTECTION? NOT IF IT GOES INTO EBAYS COFFERS!
#22
pototea
I list all of my items on both eBay and gumtree. I find gumtree to be relatively successful these days. I'm in London.

I've found quite the reverse, living in the North, Gumtree is pretty useless, in fact I listed one item on both and it sold on Ebay.

Gumtree is good if you know the value of the item or happy to make £x but, where you want to see what it makes, the auction format can be quite beneficial.

mike
1 Like #23
Rimi
Yeh. but 10% paypal fee.... c r a p !


since when was paypal fee 10%?
1 Like #24
mbuckhurst
pototea
I list all of my items on both eBay and gumtree. I find gumtree to be relatively successful these days. I'm in London.
I've found quite the reverse, living in the North, Gumtree is pretty useless, in fact I listed one item on both and it sold on Ebay.
Gumtree is good if you know the value of the item or happy to make £x but, where you want to see what it makes, the auction format can be quite beneficial.
mike
Yep. These are my thoughts too. I stand and stare and wonder with less audience on non eBay sites how easy it is to sell things at a decent price versus ebays great exposure and auction excitement. Which I must say has become less exciting over the years due to high fees and lower selling prices.
I've been procrastinating so long that everything I had to sell now has depreciated it is probably no longer worth the effort
#25
Thanks got the £1 offer
#26
On one of my eBay accounts which never gets promo's...I finally get this one :) thanks op!
1 Like #27
I get "Unfortunately, you can no longer sign up for this promotional offer because it has expired. "

How come its working for everyone else? :|
#28
So is it 1£ only when I sell between 12-13, or for items listed between 12-13 and sold for example 20 days later?
1 Like #29
r4do
So is it 1£ only when I sell between 12-13, or for items listed between 12-13 and sold for example 20 days later?
12 to 13 what? Bananas?
#30
marty-401
Ebay buyer protection is ok.....unless it involves EBAY themselves! I got a £30 voucher from an earlier selling promotion.....I then used this to buy an item from a sellers shop (seemed pretty safe)....seller contacted me 2 days later to appologies as the item was out of stock and sent a refund. EBAY then goes into my paypal account and takes back the £30. I contacted EBAY and they refused to re issue the voucher.
BUYERS PROTECTION? NOT IF IT GOES INTO EBAYS COFFERS!

I had exactly the same thing happen to me, pi55 take
3 Likes #31
r4do
So is it 1£ only when I sell between 12-13, or for items listed between 12-13 and sold for example 20 days later?

Anything listed on the 12th or 13th June will incur just a £1 fee when sold. You can list an item as a 30 day buy it now sale, and if it sells on the last day it's listed, you'll still only pay £1. Same for 10 day auctions. Just make sure you list today/tomorrow - remember if you set the item as buy it now, you can update the listing text/photos later when you have more time.
#32
SClub
r4do
So is it 1£ only when I sell between 12-13, or for items listed between 12-13 and sold for example 20 days later?
Anything listed on the 12th or 13th June will incur just a £1 fee when sold. You can list an item as a 30 day buy it now sale, and if it sells on the last day it's listed, you'll still only pay £1. Same for 10 day auctions. Just make sure you list today/tomorrow - remember if you set the item as buy it now, you can update the listing text/photos later when you have more time.

Nice one, thanks for explaining!!
1 Like #33
Apogee00
joshp
Yup, I got this a few minutes ago. £1 max final selling fee's. This has to be their best promotion yet!
It's not the first time they've done it (_;)

For me it is so I am happy (_;)
#34
I never get these offers :(
3 Likes #35
5ack8oy
eBay needs seller will WIN a case offer.
A week on eBay
1) Had proof of delivery, but buyer claimed item didn't arrive.
2) Item arrived a day late, no fault of my own - negative feedback.
3) Item sold as faulty and spares/repair, buyer complained item is faulty and wanted a full refund while keeping the item....
4) Someone bought a item that was blue in colour and then opened a case as "item not as described, reason being: item is blue.
Like wtf ebay do you have chimps reviewing cases?

I would also like to add another classic case:

You provide a title in the listing and eBay searches for it and offers your the exact item ( "Find this item's category or similar products below" ) and you select the item and list it.
Now the buyer opens up a claim saying that the item did not have a feature as detailed under the item information (ex: Bluetooth in my case in an MP3 player). Again its your fault so you would lose both your item and money and get a negative FB as a bonus ! eBay would say that they are not responsible for any errors in their own descriptions!

Lesson : Never accept the item that eBay offers you from their database when listing an item.
#36
#37
Does anyone know if you have to accept PayPal for this offer or can you do 'local collection'?

Have some heavy items so would only accept cash when they collected them.
4 Likes #38
5ack8oy
eBay needs seller will WIN a case offer.

A week on eBay
1) Had proof of delivery, but buyer claimed item didn't arrive.
2) Item arrived a day late, no fault of my own - negative feedback.
3) Item sold as faulty and spares/repair, buyer complained item is faulty and wanted a full refund while keeping the item....
4) Someone bought a item that was blue in colour and then opened a case as "item not as described, reason being: item is blue.

Like wtf ebay do you have chimps reviewing cases?


Ebay has taken the idea of ustomers always right too far, there is no ebay without sellers.
#39
ianbeany
I get "Unfortunately, you can no longer sign up for this promotional offer because it has expired. "
How come its working for everyone else? :|

Me too! Any suggestions? It worked for me last month when I used the £3 link, could it be because of that, I've already used it and can't be used again?
#40
misa426
ianbeany
I get "Unfortunately, you can no longer sign up for this promotional offer because it has expired. "
How come its working for everyone else? :|
Me too! Any suggestions? It worked for me last month when I used the £3 link, could it be because of that, I've already used it and can't be used again?

First time I've tried it so cant be that. Very strange

Also - for the second link I get "Unfortunately, this promotional offer is by invitation only."


Edited By: ianbeany on Jun 12, 2016 11:19

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