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I am an ebay UK user, when I list an item how can I make it so that people on ebay.com can also see the item? Thanks
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7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
I am an ebay UK user, when I list an item how can I make it so that people on ebay.com can also see the item?

Thanks
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7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
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#1
Offer international postage
#2
Ive done that, but when I try to search for my item on the ebay.com site it doesnt come up.
#3
There's a little tick box on the page after where you write the description, its something like make visible to ebay.com and it will cost you a small fee. Alternatively, I just list on ebay.com and because I am based in UK it still shows on UK site too. You have to convert your prices and shipping prices to $ but you get a lot more takers imo.
#4
Thanks, its already listed is it possible to change it?
#5
Civic EG6
Thanks, its already listed is it possible to change it?


You could revise it and see if you can add it on, it won't cost you anything to revise it if you don't make a change so it's worth a look.
#6
Not sure how you do it, but why on earth would you want to lol.

Posting abroad = problems, problems and more problems.

:)
#7
ChipSticks
Not sure how you do it, but why on earth would you want to lol.

Posting abroad = problems, problems and more problems.

:)


+1 Just not worth it if it is a valuable item, only do it if you can afford to lose it as happened to me as the item 'never arrived'.... try and prove different!
#8
The items I am selling have a far bigger market appeal than the UK.
#9
Civic EG6
The items I am selling have a far bigger market appeal than the UK.


Good luck then matey, hope it goes well for you...:thumbsup:
#10
mosskeeto
+1 Just not worth it if it is a valuable item, only do it if you can afford to lose it as happened to me as the item 'never arrived'.... try and prove different!


I always use Royal Mail International Signed For and have not lost an item yet. I find that if the buyer thinks you can prove delivery they are much less likely to try and pull a fast one.

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