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eBay International Fee Reduced To 2p

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In their own words: From Thursday 6th November until Sunday 7th December you can add the International site visibility upgrade fee on Auction-style listings in eligible categories on eBay.co.uk for… Read More
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8y, 5m agoFound 8 years, 5 months ago
In their own words:

From Thursday 6th November until Sunday 7th December you can add the International site visibility upgrade fee on Auction-style listings in eligible categories on eBay.co.uk for just 2p*.

All other eBay selling fees will still apply.
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#1
Of course, international visibility used to be free till some bright spark realised they could start charging for it........
#2
Ebay charge for everything..

wwhat next? they charge us for living? :-D
#3
timothyw9
Ebay charge for everything..

wwhat next? they charge us for living? :-D


no but probably an annual fee for having an account with them!*

*Idea copyrighted by myself incase they decide to do that too!
#4
Still prolly won't stop nigerian bidders :P
#5
for the listing to appear in north america the fee was 15p
#6
Anything fleabay charges for is never going to go down well at all, they need to reduce their fees permanently rather than offering meaningless carp charges at a temporary reduced rate. I mean, you have to pay 2p to get it viewed internationally? If they had any sense they'd realise that by scrapping it to zero again they would get listings to a wider audience, which means more sales, which means more final value fees for them! Doh! to fleabay......

May the Yule tide log fall from their fire and melt their toenails into their feet! thats what I say.:whistling:
#7
Shengis;3342183
Of course, international visibility used to be free till some bright spark realised they could start charging for it........


Yeah, crazy the prices eBay charge, no wonder they're not the force they once were. If ever there was a gap in the market for some decent competition its for ebay/paypal, come on Google where are you?
#8
It seems a bit pointless saying this is a promotion, since they 'improved' the site last month most sellers are finding that listings are not as visible as they used to be on the .com site, even though they started charging for visibility earlier in the year. Even ebay are admiting to some 'teething' problems.

Until its fixed it really should be free
[mod]#9
ebay shoould be free and paid through advertising!!
#10
Ii have used ebay for years and never had any problems till 6 monthsa ago sols a mobile on it the guy said he never recived it even tho it was send so he had to sigh for it and ebay did nothing even tho i had prof of sending so lost a phone and £150 not used them since not worth looeing the money
#11
goonertillidie
ebay shoould be free and paid through advertising!!


Well there's enough of it on there to pay for it:x
banned#12
"fleabay" enough said
#13
I would love Google to kick them where it hurts and launch a rival auction service, they are the only big players that could do it successfully.
#14
wow, i've never had a deal posted that went so cold. Do i get a booby prize or something?
#15
hypnoticstate;3343431
wow, i've never had a deal posted that went so cold. Do i get a booby prize or something?


Its not your fault, it is a "discount" as such, its just the tide of public opinion (I hope) is turning against eBay, and I would hope they realise they shouldnt be taking the **** just because there's no decent cometition. :viking:
#16
I HATE EBAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HOPE THE COMPANY BURNs:x IN HELL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#17
Seconded
#18
With the fees they charge when buying in a currency that is not your own, the 13p they are dropping on the listing price (or the 2p they are adding depending how you are looking at it) will cost them compared to the percentage paypal adds for international transactions.

Ebay - an american company - paypal - the same - dont trust americans.
#19
great, i have 200,000 pairs of chopsticks to offload to China

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