LIST 200 EBAY ITEMS AND ONLY PAY WHEN YOU SELL
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LIST 200 EBAY ITEMS AND ONLY PAY WHEN YOU SELL

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Found 1st Jul
31 days in July. today is good day to get rid off all your unwanted items if you list them for 31 days.

100 item's buy it now price free listings.
a further 100 auction item's free listings.

that's 200 items you can post for free this month and you only pay if they sell.
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This is like a restaurant saying “only pay when you’ve eaten”, or petrol station saying “only pay when you’ve filled up”.
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I'm afraid this is not a deal. Eagerly waiting for FVF £1 or £3 deal to list new S9+ & S9.
Very strange... got the email about it (not sure if the same, presume so, no idea)

"Don’t Pay a Penny ‘Til You Sell

With free listings, you can now list all the items you’ve been meaning to sell – and you only pay when they do. There are just a couple of things to check off when you list... See below.

How to List for Free:
Step One
Create a listing with ‘Allow offers’ or ‘Best offer’ enabled.

Step Two
Check that the listing has a ‘Buy it now price’ and the duration is ‘Good Til Cancelled’ or is in ‘Auction-style’ with ‘Auto Relist’ enabled. "

So I presume it needs auto relist enabled. But even if you mark it as enabled you would be able to cancel it when before it next tried to relist.

Strange thing is it already has given me free listings - because I sold a lot. So this email means nothing to me personally and I've no idea why I've been sent it. Weird...
No deal. This is always running. It's the £1 or £3 final value fees that you want.
Not a deal. Free to list? Whoopeedo. Thanks Ebay.
I don't sell on eBay anymore, despite accruing 1000+ feedback score over the years. For selling junk, it's far easier to list on Shpock. It's free, buyers collect, pay cash, no fees, no lost in the post, received damaged etc.
terriclarkfan5 m ago

I don't sell on eBay anymore, despite accruing 1000+ feedback score over …I don't sell on eBay anymore, despite accruing 1000+ feedback score over the years. For selling junk, it's far easier to list on Shpock. It's free, buyers collect, pay cash, no fees, no lost in the post, received damaged etc.


Hence the £1 maximum selling fee deals and other deals eBay now to with regularity.

Sell on Facebook or shpok for free and use the paid for services if having trouble shifting
This is like a restaurant saying “only pay when you’ve eaten”, or petrol station saying “only pay when you’ve filled up”.
You get a similar offer on your account all the time, although it is for 20 listings. Sounds good, but those fees when you sell take the shine off it. Better waiting for the other listing offers mentioned above.
terriclarkfan56 m ago

I don't sell on eBay anymore, despite accruing 1000+ feedback score over …I don't sell on eBay anymore, despite accruing 1000+ feedback score over the years. For selling junk, it's far easier to list on Shpock. It's free, buyers collect, pay cash, no fees, no lost in the post, received damaged etc.


I might consider selling on Shpock, I stopped selling on eBay ages ago, it's awful
Too many scammers claiming money back, the eBay PayPal feees make it not worth it
I don't know why people even think this is a deal!
Norseg1 h, 3 m ago

I might consider selling on Shpock, I stopped selling on eBay ages ago, …I might consider selling on Shpock, I stopped selling on eBay ages ago, it's awfulToo many scammers claiming money back, the eBay PayPal feees make it not worth it


Sphock have just introduced selling fees if you link your Sphock account to PayPal. *

* so don't link it, just send the buyer your PayPal address separately. Still PayPal fees though, and buyers can still scam you and claim back.

Safest is just cash. But you are restricting your market, which you're doing anyway selling on Shpock rather than eBay.
It's the same type of deal that has been running for ages, but with the additional requirements to auto-list and accept best offers, which may not be what you really want (or at least I don't).
Istanbul_Kop38 m ago

Sphock have just introduced selling fees if you link your Sphock account …Sphock have just introduced selling fees if you link your Sphock account to PayPal. ** so don't link it, just send the buyer your PayPal address separately. Still PayPal fees though, and buyers can still scam you and claim back.Safest is just cash. But you are restricting your market, which you're doing anyway selling on Shpock rather than eBay.


I guess it depends how much you sell and how many, after postage, eBay and PayPal fees it makes it not worth selling since you barely make any profit and risk getting scammed
Colder than the moons of Pluto
I have had free listings for 18 months. 100 per day! But for anyone who doesn't list often its not bad.
Norseg3 h, 19 m ago

I might consider selling on Shpock, I stopped selling on eBay ages ago, …I might consider selling on Shpock, I stopped selling on eBay ages ago, it's awfulToo many scammers claiming money back, the eBay PayPal feees make it not worth it


Depends on how you send items. I send everything recorded or courier unless its under a tenner like a bluray or dvd. But ive not had anyone claim in ages. Even standard post is scanned now. You would be silly to claim for lost post.
terriclarkfan4 h, 40 m ago

I don't sell on eBay anymore, despite accruing 1000+ feedback score over …I don't sell on eBay anymore, despite accruing 1000+ feedback score over the years. For selling junk, it's far easier to list on Shpock. It's free, buyers collect, pay cash, no fees, no lost in the post, received damaged etc.



One of my worries about not using eBay and using a new service is that I don't have a feedback profile or score on those. Wouldn't that make it harder for me to sell elsewhere? I'd definitely consider it if I knew it wasn't going to be difficult to shift stuff.
stingersplash53 m ago

Depends on how you send items. I send everything recorded or courier …Depends on how you send items. I send everything recorded or courier unless its under a tenner like a bluray or dvd. But ive not had anyone claim in ages. Even standard post is scanned now. You would be silly to claim for lost post.


Yeah but you could always say the item arrived was a empty box, eBay with side with the buyer, you can't prove you sent the correct item
Edited by: "Norseg" 1st Jul
Think someone done this on my account today !! Hackers took £128.83 listed as e bay seller fees !!!
Interested to see several recommendations for Schpock but none for Gumtree. Is the former any better in people's experience?
Zero_Zuul37 m ago

Interested to see several recommendations for Schpock but none for …Interested to see several recommendations for Schpock but none for Gumtree. Is the former any better in people's experience?


Both are full of scammers and time wasters.

But if you must use one, Shpock generally gets me more sales, and has a better app than Gumtree.

My advice, put whatever you're selling on both, and don't get angry when 101 people waste your time in a single day. And if buying, only do it in person.
Istanbul_Kop13 h, 29 m ago

Both are full of scammers and time wasters.But if you must use one, Shpock …Both are full of scammers and time wasters.But if you must use one, Shpock generally gets me more sales, and has a better app than Gumtree.My advice, put whatever you're selling on both, and don't get angry when 101 people waste your time in a single day. And if buying, only do it in person.


Thanks, I’ve been using Gumtree for years so well versed in dealing with the ‘Gummers’. I’d always thought Schpock was just some gimmicky pretender service but I’ll give it a go next time.
Norseg1st Jul

Yeah but you could always say the item arrived was a empty box, eBay with …Yeah but you could always say the item arrived was a empty box, eBay with side with the buyer, you can't prove you sent the correct item


They wouldn't not automatically. Especially as the courier confirms weight etc during process. Plus chances are if someone tries it they have done it before and eBay would spot the pattern. Ive sold thousands and never had someone try it, because its not going to work
stingersplash1 h, 0 m ago

They wouldn't not automatically. Especially as the courier confirms weight …They wouldn't not automatically. Especially as the courier confirms weight etc during process. Plus chances are if someone tries it they have done it before and eBay would spot the pattern. Ive sold thousands and never had someone try it, because its not going to work


You can always fill the box with something equally of weight
Norseg3rd Jul

You can always fill the box with something equally of weight


You could but then the box wouldn't be empty, would it.

All of a sudden we go from dodgy buyers to dodgy sellers?

It doesn't happen at least not on any feasible scale. Thousands of items bought and sold and ive never had someone try it on.
stingersplash48 m ago

You could but then the box wouldn't be empty, would it.All of a sudden we …You could but then the box wouldn't be empty, would it.All of a sudden we go from dodgy buyers to dodgy sellers?It doesn't happen at least not on any feasible scale. Thousands of items bought and sold and ive never had someone try it on.


eBay doesn't know or care if actually send the correct item
Norseg8 h, 6 m ago

eBay doesn't know or care if actually send the correct item


They do care. If you're account is in good standing too they definitely help you more i can attest to that. But you're entitled to think it.
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