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Ebay free listing weekend,only if donating a percentage to charity though
Ebay free listing weekend,only if donating a percentage to charity though

Ebay free listing weekend,only if donating a percentage to charity though

Pay no insertion fee when you pledge to donate a percentage
of the final selling price to BBC Children in Need,
from 19-21 November 2010!*

£0.00 insertion fee on auction format listings with any starting price.

Open to all users (except business sellers).

Minimum donation of £1.00 if your item sells.



As with all eBay for Charity listings, receive a fee credit on your
final value fee.

Choose BBC Children in Need or any other charity in the eBay for Charity directory, to qualify.

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Original Poster


http://pics.ebaystatic.com/aw/pics/uk/promos/0IF_101119/101111_UK_PricePromo_930x175_charity_mm.gif

Edited by: "Domthedonkey" 19th Nov 2010

Original Poster

Thanks Sigma

i'm sure u get charghed final value fee?

Ebay should just donate the selling and listing fees instead of making sellers donate something!

Ebay charge enough to donate themselfs, this will cost more than the insertion fees in most cases.. Cold.. would rather just donate directly....

Original Poster

savior1

i'm sure u get charghed final value fee?



In the OP it says not,that was in the email i received.

deb8z

It's worth it if you've got an expensive item to list as you only have to … It's worth it if you've got an expensive item to list as you only have to donate a quid if you want and you don't pay final value fees,so it's win win.



Please note that you will get charged a Final Value Fee but receive a part discount in the form of a 'ebay Fee Credit' depending on the level of donation you decide to donate when listing your item. For example, if you donate 10% of your item's sale price to charity you will receive a 10% credit on your fees.

pages.ebay.co.uk/hel…tml

Hope this makes sense.

Original Poster

stuart9787

Please note that you will get charged a Final Value Fee but receive a … Please note that you will get charged a Final Value Fee but receive a part discount in the form of a 'ebay Fee Credit' depending on the level of donation you decide to donate when listing your item. For example, if you donate 10% of your item's sale price to charity you will receive a 10% credit on your fees.http://pages.ebay.co.uk/help/sell/eBayforCharity-fee-policy.htmlHope this makes sense.



Well that's rather misleading,in the email i got it initially states receive a fee credit on your FVF which to me means you get it all credited back,hmmm off to have a look into this further.

Original Poster

So in th OP where it says As with all eBay for Charity listings, receive a fee credit on your
final value fee.


They have missed the part off saying it will be credited back to you according to the level of your donation.

Conveniently in the bullet points it neglects to mention the last part grrrrr


Edited by: "Domthedonkey" 19th Nov 2010

freebiehunter

Ebay should just donate the selling and listing fees instead of making … Ebay should just donate the selling and listing fees instead of making sellers donate something!



Completely agree.
Ebay has billions of pounds. Maybe they should donate something

im soooo fed up of seeing these ebay free listing rubish! sorry cold from me
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