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Max £1.00 Selling Fee per Sold Item - Ebay

£1.00 @ eBay
Valid from 26 August 2016 until 29 August 2016. Maximum fee per sold listing. Applies on up to 100 listings. No insertion fees apply Read More
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10m, 3w agoFound 10 months, 3 weeks ago
Valid from 26 August 2016 until 29 August 2016. Maximum fee per sold listing. Applies on up to 100

listings. No insertion fees apply
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#1
Wish this happened last week. Just paid them £58 for selling my old laptop :( hot!
#2
I got 25% only
#3
by invitation only
2 Likes #4
Have stopped selling on the bay because of their charges but also because of scammers, saying they have not received items that have been posted to them (CD's DVD's on BIN, less than ten pounds with freepost, so just not worth special delivery prices). Sell local on Facebook nowadays as a bonus there are no PP charges
#5
cheers me old cocker
1 Like #6
Unfortunately, this promotional offer is by invitation only.
#7
moorjock
Have stopped selling on the bay because of their charges but also because of scammers, saying they have not received items that have been posted to them (CD's DVD's on BIN, less than ten pounds with freepost, so just not worth special delivery prices). Sell local on Facebook nowadays as a bonus there are no PP charges
True... but this £1 is not for cheap items anyway, so irrelevant comment. I rarely selling on ebay... but just bought Nokia 930 for £80 - came next day in-like new condition with wireless charger - doubt I would be able to get this locally because everybody has stopped using ebay. How much that seller would save with £1 offer ?
#8
I got 75% off final value fees.
#9
Thanks OP :D
#10
moorjock
Have stopped selling on the bay because of their charges but also because of scammers, saying they have not received items that have been posted to them (CD's DVD's on BIN, less than ten pounds with freepost, so just not worth special delivery prices). Sell local on Facebook nowadays as a bonus there are no PP charges

what kind of % were causing problems?

I gather you were sending with large letter stamps?

some products seem to attract the magpies on ebay
2 Likes #11
moorjock
Have stopped selling on the bay because of their charges but also because of scammers, saying they have not received items that have been posted to them (CD's DVD's on BIN, less than ten pounds with freepost, so just not worth special delivery prices). Sell local on Facebook nowadays as a bonus there are no PP charges
This is no good to me, as most of my sales are under a fiver, but thankfully I got the 25% offer which will be used for my items priced between five and ten pounds - not a great saving either, but better than nothing.
I sell a lot of stuff internationally, and no way that can be done locally on facebook. I get very few problems, but it really does depend on what category you sell in.
I would advise anyone to get a proof of posting - it's a waste of time claiming the post office, but sending the buyer a photo of the pop as well as a photo of the envelope/package before posting, often leads to 'lost' items suddenly arriving that morning, or their partner received it and forgot to tell them !
Ebay is a pain in the neck at best, but where else can you get worldwide coverage and reach millions of potential buyers ?
Categories like clothing are often used by wholesalers nowadays, so competition is really fierce and prices rock bottom, often a few pence above cost price.
I've got friends with shops in local towns, and they tell me their suppliers are competing against them to try and earn a bit of extra cash, as many small shops are closing down due to online buying and discounters like B&M, Primark etc. Good for buyers short term, but when all the shops have gone, what next ? More unemployment in already poor areas, and elderly people unable to find anything locally as they often cannot travel too far.
It's called progress I suppose - anyway, ebay is ok if you are careful, and allow for a few losses as part of your pricing strategy.
#12
Nothing for me!
#13
25% off for 100 listings for me.
1 Like #14
yawn, again certain accounts if you got it you know it.
#15
Still cannot see 1 single explanation why voted cold ? ...previous deal I found was voted over 1000' hot
#16
Unfortunately, this promotional offer is by invitation only - STICK IT UP YOUR **** EBAY
#17
I got this promotion today. Think it is time for a tech clear out. Frustrating thing is I want to sell my MacBook Air and MacBook Pro non retina and buy new model, meant to be a combination of the two with retina. Not sure I can last two months without a proper laptop though (Chromebook and HP Stream 11 aren't really work machines for a PhD)

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