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As an example from my invoice, I sold something through GSP for $49.95 with free shipping. I was charged $5.74 + 0.30 final value fee and $0.82 International fee.
Sorry, Jay. I meant to show that. I’ve copied and pasted what can be found at
<h2 id=”section8″ class=”active”>International fee</h2>
If your registered address is in the US, we charge an International fee if either:
- The delivery address for the item is located outside of the US, or
- The buyer’s registered address is outside the US (regardless of the delivery address for the item)
This fee is calculated as 1.65% of the total amount of the sale and is automatically deducted from your sales.
If your registered address is not in the US, please refer to the fee page for your country of residence for your International fee information.
In the past when buyers admitted to attempting to clean or “fix” an item, I was not required to accept the return. The ebay rep has always agreed with me and closed these returns without a refund to the buyer. Buyers are not allowed to “alter” items, and cleaning counts.08/04/2020 at 8:46 am in reply to: Not getting my daily payouts from Managed Payments #80345
That makes sense. Thanks for the answers!
I’ve gotten the same notes since my store was converted to Managed Payments a day ago. The orders are listed in Waiting to be Shipped.07/22/2020 at 6:14 pm in reply to: Any way to keep Fedex from increasing price after the fact? #79862
Thanks, Mike. I also use FlipperTools regularly, but I had not used the DIMM weight tool. However, I do measure EVERY package before I ship and I plug these measurements and weight into ebay when printing bulk labels. Just want to clarify, are you saying I cannot rely on ebay to be accurate and should always double check with this tool?
When this happens, I take the added step of photographing the “Return to Sender” label and attaching it to my ebay message that their item has been returned. If they respond, I request they pay for shipping again. In my experience, they rarely respond.07/15/2020 at 9:40 am in reply to: Advice about customer wanting me to mail back her returned item #79601
Amatino, good idea. I had been looking at comb bindings, which seem to be sold in batches of 100. I hadn’t thought of taking it to an office supply store. Thanks.
I did. Within a few hours a neutral was removed, but the negative they wouldn’t remove.07/14/2020 at 5:54 pm in reply to: Advice about customer wanting me to mail back her returned item #79581
Unfortunately I don’t have free returns. The book cannot be resold. This book she purchased along with another $90 book that came back safely. It’s pitiful she didn’t insure a $200 box of books.07/14/2020 at 9:21 am in reply to: Any word on when ebay will open customer service again? #79570
I did but it just seems to give information about how eBay works rather than get assistance with a transaction.
Thank you for all the advice, especially the info about ending the listing. I feel relief that he won’t be able to buy because he continues to message me demanding that I reply. Good grief. Definitely not replying.05/24/2020 at 3:36 pm in reply to: How is USPS copping during the Pandemic? Just wondering….. #77756
I had to refund the buyer for non-delivery for the first time in a long while. Granted, it was Media Mail and the buyer was impatient at two weeks. I’m glad it wasn’t an expensive book. Asked for a trace and never got a reply from USPS.
I’ve noticed when employees are stocking shelves at dollar stores, they are throwing away a lot of small boxes that would be useful for first class. Worth asking if they will give them to you.05/05/2020 at 9:38 am in reply to: Photo of man on vintage T shirt — possibly computer-related famous person #77064
Antique Frog, thank you for checking into that!