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What should I even start it at? I was thinking about putting an absurdly high BIN on it and gauge how many watchers I get first. Also I want to be sure if its 60s or 70s
Here’s the blog:
Here’s my tag:
I’m confused as mine has the union made tag the writer is talking about in one of the pockets
But my tag looks different than the eBay listing I linked
I’m not sure if mine is 60s/70s08/20/2018 at 6:34 pm in reply to: Buyer wants return, says shirt doesnt fit. Listing says no returns #47760
So buyer sent me this message today:
“Hello I get sent back the shirt back today but it didn’t give me a tracking number”
The case on eBay still says “Waiting for buyer to ship item”. When returning an item is the seller required to go through eBay and print a label on their website? I’m not sure if they just went and purchased shipping at their local post office. Should I reply to the buyer?08/15/2018 at 3:35 pm in reply to: Buyer wants return, says shirt doesnt fit. Listing says no returns #47535
Right on, thanks for the advice.
I’m more worried about him taking the tags off of the item
How are you supposed to do an exchange on eBay?
Do I just accept the return and have the buyer purchase the other shirt?
Thanks for the advice guys.
I used the bubble wrap with big bubbles, then taped cardboard around it, and then put it in another box that it was floated in with voidfill
Just received positive feedback from the buyer 😀
I will always look at T-Shirts. They are easy to store, list, and ship. There’s always the possibility of finding a $50 or even $100+ shirt. I recently sold one for $150. I feel a lot of resellers ignore them just because there are so many packed on the racks at goodwill. I try to only buy ones that I can sell for at least $20 since the buy cost is usually $2 here. The only shitty part about T-Shirts is they are long tail, I’d recommend taking best offer on all your shirts. It’s kinda a volume game for me, I know I can pickup 20 shirts and if I sell a few of them I’ve already made my money back. They are def a bread & butter item. I’d also recommend following some instagram clothing sellers. It’s a really good way to keep up with trends and see what kind of stuff is selling.
Velcro and some Monster/Redbull are the only ones I’ve seen that Vero aggressively.
I almost never wash thrift store clothes. The only time I do if there is a mark/stain I’m trying to get out or there is a smell to it which is rare. When items smell like cigarette smoke heavily I usually pass on them but sometimes I miss it, usually a wash cleans it right out.03/28/2018 at 4:19 pm in reply to: Tracking Says Delivered – Buyer Messaging me saying it is not #36524
Thanks for your advice Jay, I won’t reply. I’ll post an update if she opens a Paypal case03/28/2018 at 3:23 pm in reply to: Tracking Says Delivered – Buyer Messaging me saying it is not #36509
Yea that’s what confused me. She seemed to imply the package of books was from me and that is why I wanted her to clarify. I haven’t replied yet, just wanted to see what people think03/28/2018 at 2:52 pm in reply to: Tracking Says Delivered – Buyer Messaging me saying it is not #36505
So an update, sounds like this may be a scammer after all. Here is the message I received from the buyer:
I have called USPS and they are saying the package was in fact delivered on March 14th, but the only thing I received was a package of books. Did you send me the wrong item by mistake? I really do need this jacket that I paid for. Thank you.”
I don’t sell books on eBay at all. eBay has already closed the case in my favor but I’m worried she may open a Paypal case. What is the best approach here? Should I ask her to take pictures of the shipping label and package? Here is a message I am considering sending:
Did you receive a package from me? I do not sell books on eBay so that is very odd. Could you take a picture of the shipping label and packaging when you get a chance. If someone switched out the items in transit that is considered mail fraud. If that is the case I want to contact the proper authorities so they are able to investigate and make sure that this isn’t something that is happening consistently.”
What do you guys think?
Thank you 🙂03/22/2018 at 3:19 pm in reply to: Tracking Says Delivered – Buyer Messaging me saying it is not #35891
Thanks for the help everyone, that was really easy! I contacted seller support and was able to get the center in Utah. It was the quickest call I have had with eBay, 2 minutes or so and she said she can close the case in my favor since tracking shows it was delivered.
Normally these aren’t worth a whole lot 30-60 depending on how you bundle it.
The ones you are looking at in the sold are either
A.) Special Edition – limited print run/very rare
B.) Heavily modded – Modified to play other games/systems with a whole lot of memory
Some of those solds are for Brand New (Deadstock) ones.
The only special version that’s common is the Halo one (green translucent shell)
Testing is easy, all you need is power supply/av cables and put a game in. If it starts up and runs it’s usually pretty good. Pop in a game and if goes to the load screen you should be fine. Xboxes are made well. PS2 slims are the only one’s I’ve had problems with due to the cheap way they are made and the disc spinning device can be finicky.03/20/2018 at 5:26 pm in reply to: Tracking Says Delivered – Buyer Messaging me saying it is not #35677
Yup I shipped priority. I think that’s my plan AdventureE, I’m going to contact the buyer in a professional manner and call eBay ASAP so there’s a record of me contacting them.