£3.00 max selling fee @ Ebay
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£3.00 max selling fee @ Ebay

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Found 19th Jan
£3.00 max selling fee on eBay.

Applies on up to 100 listings.

Private Sellers only.

Item must sell within 30 days of listing

From Friday 19 January 2018 00:00:01 until Monday 22 January 2018 23:59:59 local UK time
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£3? No thanks ebay. £1 and I will list, otherwise it is Shplock and Facebook.
I had to stop my Ebay electronics business, 15% of sales were subjected to scams - Ebay doesn't care, policies are very anti-seller. £4000 lost each month to evident fraudsters isn't pleasant - Ebay trusts low feedback people or those with a history of fraud. It's acceptable, though, as a buyer on there. You sell, though, and won't invest in tracking (which is merely addressed with claims of no item in the box, wrong item or a chargeback), scammers will claim no delivery or nitpick the item as wrong. Returning? They'll send a different item.
Edited by: "Alethia" 19th Jan
jimmyb202 m ago

Oh please... this is just cringe


I sold a brand new in box monitor to a guy once. He claimed it arrived broke and I packed it wrong. Once I got it back it had at least 6 month of drink stains splashed all over it and a screw missing. He'd swapped the screen over. I got him back though. Went to his house and smashed three of his windows in and 2 windows on his car. I'm not done with him yet either.
£1 FVF will be just around the corner, always is after this
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£1 FVF will be just around the corner, always is after this
Beat me to it, was just about to post, but was too busy relisting my items Available until 22/01/18 23:59:59 GMT
Edited by: "psychomech" 19th Jan
Thanks.
worked for me great thanks!
Is this the fee they charge you after you sell an item? e.g. if it costs £100, they usually take ~£10?. So with this they would only take £3 max?
cheers buddy. finally got accepted on one of these promotions
britty13 m ago

Yes, but you need to activate the offer to your account first. All seller …Yes, but you need to activate the offer to your account first. All seller offers are in your seller area. If you scroll down you will find it, it's after all your listings!


thanks
Perfect, I've been waiting for this, just activated
Lucentis32 m ago

Is this the fee they charge you after you sell an item? e.g. if it costs …Is this the fee they charge you after you sell an item? e.g. if it costs £100, they usually take ~£10?. So with this they would only take £3 max?


Correct.
£3? No thanks ebay. £1 and I will list, otherwise it is Shplock and Facebook.
Thanks I was waiting for this
Lucentis50 m ago

Is this the fee they charge you after you sell an item? e.g. if it costs …Is this the fee they charge you after you sell an item? e.g. if it costs £100, they usually take ~£10?. So with this they would only take £3 max?



Yes, but even with the £1 FVF offers, the ~3.4% PayPal fee is still incurred. It's quite easy to gloss over that as I did in the past.
Thanks
phoenix721 h, 19 m ago

£1 FVF will be just around the corner, always is after this


I hope so.
I've accumulated a fair bit to sell and I'm in two minds whether to sell now of wait for the £1.
FireOnAWire19th Jan

I hope so. I've accumulated a fair bit to sell and I'm in two minds …I hope so. I've accumulated a fair bit to sell and I'm in two minds whether to sell now of wait for the £1.


Resist! If we take the £3 & £5 offers, they'll reduce or axe the £1 ones. Saved me £££s.
Lucentis2 h, 9 m ago

Is this the fee they charge you after you sell an item? e.g. if it costs …Is this the fee they charge you after you sell an item? e.g. if it costs £100, they usually take ~£10?. So with this they would only take £3 max?


Combined with PayPal its around 15% in fees from final value including postage cost. A lot.
Thanks been waiting 4
Got the email earlier.
Got the email just now - looks like I will need to pass on this one as most of my items are £30-£40 so will wait for something better to come along.

Been a couple of months since I had £1 final fees and I most certainly noticed it when my latest invoice was £75 in fees instead of the usual £20.
Love these deals!!
faxmax3 h, 25 m ago

£3? No thanks ebay. £1 and I will list, otherwise it is Shplock and F …£3? No thanks ebay. £1 and I will list, otherwise it is Shplock and Facebook.


yeah Shpock is great if your selling old tat or want to get offered 50% of the advertised price or keep getting offered consoles with 10 games from 12 year olds lmao

yoyo599 m ago

yeah Shpock is great if your selling old tat or want to get offered 50% of …yeah Shpock is great if your selling old tat or want to get offered 50% of the advertised price or keep getting offered consoles with 10 games from 12 year olds lmao


12 btw haHAA
faxmax3 h, 44 m ago

£3? No thanks ebay. £1 and I will list, otherwise it is Shplock and F …£3? No thanks ebay. £1 and I will list, otherwise it is Shplock and Facebook.


So you keeeeeeep saying
Was hoping for a £1 FVF offer but, I suppose £3 will do, what's £2 more on a £100+ item really, compared to full fees
mtodak3 h, 20 m ago

Combined with PayPal its around 15% in fees from final value including …Combined with PayPal its around 15% in fees from final value including postage cost. A lot.


But you get higher returns on eBay, so it balances itself out. Whereas on Shpock and Gumtree you get people trying to swap a half eaten mars bar, and £10 on top, for a Nintendo Switch.

...but they can collect today, so that’s alright

I know this is HKUD, but I forget how much a small niche love their pyrrhic savings.
Edited by: "Splashmo" 19th Jan
crofter2 h, 13 m ago

Got the email just now - looks like I will need to pass on this one as …Got the email just now - looks like I will need to pass on this one as most of my items are £30-£40 so will wait for something better to come along.Been a couple of months since I had £1 final fees and I most certainly noticed it when my latest invoice was £75 in fees instead of the usual £20.


Go through your invoices in detail to check they are not charging you for insertion fees if you are listing under the no insertion fees offers they do. Since July eBay were charging us insertion fees when we always make sure we list when they have their no insertion fees offers. They said it's a glitch with their new computer system and it will stop happening, but it has continued. They have refunded us a lot of money. Be aware also you could before relist one more time automatically when your no insertion fee auction ended, but eBay have now decided to not include the one further automatic relist within your no insertion fee limit - they used to include it! Another way to rip people off covertly. Don't trust them at all.
I had to stop my Ebay electronics business, 15% of sales were subjected to scams - Ebay doesn't care, policies are very anti-seller. £4000 lost each month to evident fraudsters isn't pleasant - Ebay trusts low feedback people or those with a history of fraud. It's acceptable, though, as a buyer on there. You sell, though, and won't invest in tracking (which is merely addressed with claims of no item in the box, wrong item or a chargeback), scammers will claim no delivery or nitpick the item as wrong. Returning? They'll send a different item.
Edited by: "Alethia" 19th Jan
Anyway around the paypal fees, or reducing them please? I need to sell a phone.
faxmax6 h, 4 m ago

£3? No thanks ebay. £1 and I will list, otherwise it is Shplock and F …£3? No thanks ebay. £1 and I will list, otherwise it is Shplock and Facebook.


I'll take Ebay over face to face selling any day.
pookey150 m ago

Anyway around the paypal fees, or reducing them please? I need to sell a …Anyway around the paypal fees, or reducing them please? I need to sell a phone.


No ,Not unless you state collection only with cash and NO PayPal.
Phones are the No1 item subject to fraud ftom buyers so you need to be very careful .
Alethia1 h, 7 m ago

I had to stop my Ebay electronics business, 15% of sales were subjected to …I had to stop my Ebay electronics business, 15% of sales were subjected to scams - Ebay doesn't care, policies are very anti-seller. £4000 lost each month to evident fraudsters isn't pleasant - Ebay trusts low feedback people or those with a history of fraud. It's acceptable, though, as a buyer on there. You sell, though, and won't invest in tracking (which is merely addressed with claims of no item in the box, wrong item or a chargeback), scammers will claim no delivery or nitpick the item as wrong. Returning? They'll send a different item.



Well I wouldn't say ebay actually "trust" them, rather they just don't care.
Only really benefits you are selling is going for over £30 quid, other wise you're still paying them the full ten percent
Thanks relisted all unsold items from last time
theexile2k336 m ago

Only really benefits you are selling is going for over £30 quid, other …Only really benefits you are selling is going for over £30 quid, other wise you're still paying them the full ten percent


It's not 10% any more, they upped that in (August?) to 12% FVF as they now have to apply VAT, and rather than incorporate the VAT in the 10% they slapped it on top the price.

So, really anything more than £26.75 would be worth relisting in the above offer.
theexile2k337 m ago

Only really benefits you are selling is going for over £30 quid, other …Only really benefits you are selling is going for over £30 quid, other wise you're still paying them the full ten percent


Also there was a 25% offer on the 1st Jan so if anyone had anything expensive listed from then it's not worth ending it for this offer.
pookey11 h, 45 m ago

Anyway around the paypal fees, or reducing them please? I need to sell a …Anyway around the paypal fees, or reducing them please? I need to sell a phone.


Try FB groups, they're really taking off (thankfully to stop this awful monopoly).
splatsplatsplat5 m ago

It's not 10% any more, they upped that in (August?) to 12% FVF as they now …It's not 10% any more, they upped that in (August?) to 12% FVF as they now have to apply VAT, and rather than incorporate the VAT in the 10% they slapped it on top the price.So, really anything more than £26.75 would be worth relisting in the above offer.


Not for private seller listings though,it's 10% unless I've missed something
Does anyone know if I can end my current listings, then accept the offer and when I click relist item the new fees will apply ? Or do I have to fill out a new listing ?
Domthedonkey4 m ago

Not for private seller listings though,it's 10% unless I've missed …Not for private seller listings though,it's 10% unless I've missed something


Really? (just checked private account - your correct)That's nice isn't it, a good way to make dodgy businesses go private to save on fees and say no to returns.
RonBurgundy13 m ago

Does anyone know if I can end my current listings, then accept the offer …Does anyone know if I can end my current listings, then accept the offer and when I click relist item the new fees will apply ? Or do I have to fill out a new listing ?


You can do that,but you didn't have anything expensive listed from the last offer did you which was 25% as that is better than this one.
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