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Query re fees when using turbolister on ebay

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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
I se it is a 5p listing day on ebay. I have just loaded stuff up on the turbo lister ebay programme. However when it lists up the fees seem to be coming to more then the 5p listing plus other costs, Does anyone know if you use this programme (which they like you to do) whether it costs more in listign fees then listing direct on ebay? Thanks
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
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#1
It uses the standard fee's table to calculate (its actualy more of an estimate) so the fee's you pay will be calculated for those of the day you list.

I use auctiva for my ebay listings as there are loads of free templates and it makes using multiple pics without extra fee's a doddle, listings always sell better using that than ebays services.
#2
well I just went to sell something for £35 - so it should be 5p plus photo cost but it just came up £1.50 odd?
#3
harlzter
It uses the standard fee's table to calculate (its actualy more of an estimate) so the fee's you pay will be calculated for those of the day you list.

I use auctiva for my ebay listings as there are loads of free templates and it makes using multiple pics without extra fee's a doddle, listings always sell better using that than ebays services.


when you get spare time i woudl be really grateful if someone could explain how auctiva works - we have tried to use this so many times and I just can't get it to work!
#4
can anyone answer this question?
#5
fairy;2895252
when you get spare time i woudl be really grateful if someone could explain how auctiva works - we have tried to use this so many times and I just can't get it to work!

Im better showing in person than trying to explain as I make things sound way more complicated than they actualy are, however ive looked for you and found a guide that looks pretty good here

any other questions ask and i'll try my best to help out.
#6
harlzter
Im better showing in person than trying to explain as I make things sound way more complicated than they actualy are, however ive looked for you and found a guide that looks pretty good here

any other questions ask and i'll try my best to help out.


what are the winning numbers to this weeks euro millions?:thumbsup:
#7
foxymissroxy;2895647
what are the winning numbers to this weeks euro millions?:thumbsup:

Im not falling for that one again:thumbsup: Last time I ended up sharing the jackpot with the other people i'd told. I want the entire 92 million to myself this time:whistling:
#8
harlzter
Im not falling for that one again:thumbsup: Last time I ended up sharing the jackpot with the other people i'd told. I want the entire 92 million to myself this time:whistling:


if only............would n't need to look at ebay again!
#9
fairy;2896131
if only............would n't need to look at ebay again!

You sorted with your listings yet?
#10
gave up with auctiva - when I get time (probably in 20 years when children grow up) I will read that guide which looks great - thanks for that. I have slogged away here and listed it all direct on the ebay site as it seemed to load it all up for 5p each so saved lots (if anything sells), If it does n't I am going to be generous and give all the stuff (even though it cost me tons) to the charity shop. I'd do this anyway it is just that they sell something brand new for £1 that cost me £50 so they don't get any value for it so rather sell it on ebay and give them the cash.
#11
Hi

I know this reply won't help you now in terms of posting stuff using Turbo Lister but I had the same experience you did last - told me it was going to cost me £10 to list items which should have cost £3.

I went ahead and listed them anyway (I wasn't going to put 61 items on separately) and checked my ebay account this morning and I have only been charged the £3 I was expecting.

Hope this helps for next time.

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