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Ebay Selling Advice

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i want to start selling things on ebay...could someone explain what i need to do, i currently have an ebay account which i can buy things but i think i'm restricted to only buying things not selling … Read More
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8y, 2w agoPosted 8 years, 2 weeks ago
i want to start selling things on ebay...could someone explain what i need to do, i currently have an ebay account which i can buy things but i think i'm restricted to only buying things not selling

if there any useful ebay selling tutorials please share
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8y, 2w agoPosted 8 years, 2 weeks ago
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#1
you have to register youre credit card then select sell then fil in the bits of what you wanna sell and you can pick up a magazine from smiths and it tells you all about selling and buying on ebay (cant remebre the name tho )
#2
Dont bother!!!!!!
banned#3
click on HELP in ebay as far clearer
#4
nlambert
Dont bother!!!!!!


you can make a fortune out of ebay if you do you homework, get prepared and do it properly so I assume you must have not done one of the above in the past to feel that way.

Before you sell anything do loads of research, work out EXACTLY what it is going to cost and EXACTLY how much profit you are going to make before attempting to sell. Don't fall into the trap of putting it on there and then moaning about the fees, buyers, postal costs etc etc.
#5
I used to like selling on eBay. It was easy & a good way to reach a wide audience to achieve the best price.
Then things started changing... Ebay started forcing sellers to accept PayPal, that just means more fees & whilst it might be great for the buyer. As a seller it is so easy to get "stung" i.e chargebacks etc..
Now I hardley ever bother selling.
#6
greg_68
Before you sell anything do loads of research, work out EXACTLY what it is going to cost and EXACTLY how much profit you are going to make before attempting to sell. Don't fall into the trap of putting it on there and then moaning about the fees, buyers, postal costs etc etc.


On the flip side once you have become a seller when you do buy something again don't go moaning about the sellers, postal costs, etc, etc... ;-)

Biggest bugbear of my life people complaing about P&P chrges after the auction... is it really that difficult to factor the p&p costs into the amount you'd like to spend?!!?!
#7
Biggest bugbear of my life people complaing about P&P chrges after the auction... is it really that difficult to factor the p&p costs into the amount you'd like to spend?!!?![/QUOTE]

I've always considered it best to be fair when charging p+p as a seller.
After all, you don't like feeling "ripped off" as a buyer & as a seller you'll want to keep your feedback & star rating good.
banned#8
Ebays a tricky place these days for selling but if you must do it then here is the ebay tutorial that should help you,

http://pages.ebay.co.uk/help/ebayexplained/selling/step1.html
#9
BeeKeeper
I've always considered it best to be fair when charging p+p as a seller.After all, you don't like feeling "ripped off" as a buyer & as a seller you'll want to keep your feedback & star rating good.


I'm clever enough to know how much I want to spend and to add the P&P into my final bid... It's really not difficult?

Memory cards are a classic example, I have no objection to paying over the odds for p&p because I'm not too stupid to add up...

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