The numbers are very hard or imposibble to see in the white label it reads 106Z3-10450 Hancrafted in China
Is this a real Coach Heritage Ttatersal bag?
Need help if anyone knows who made this stem or maybe the pattern of etching?
Price Reduction "Requests" after the sale. I expect to get a few of these from Newbies and the occassional B*tthead, but not from long-term professional sellers. I recently ran a bunch of American Girl stuff - which is one of the catagories that DOES still sell quite well here. Almost everything sold, and most was paid for immediately. I ship USPS Priority on all items such as this, with a fixed price shipping price of $6 stated at every auction. A buyer in Hawaii, who is a major seller with American Girl stuuf, bought one item then waited two days to contact me, and the "apologized" that she had not yet paid and requested a reduced price by shipping it instead for $3, 1st class, in a bubble wrap mailer (this is a porcelain item and quite delicate), instead of the $6 as listed. Inferred is "ship it this way or else". A visit to her feedback shows that she is doing this with most everything she buys. A few pastes from her "feedback left" file:
Great Seller! Went the extra mile for me with shipping. Great merchandise. Love!
|Perfect! FAST shipping. Excellent seller. Thanks for working with me on shipping|
|Darling! Great seller! Worked with me so nicely. Thanks for everything! A+++++|
|Great set! Thanks for working with me. Great seller! A++++|
|Great Seller! Went the extra mile for me with shipping. Great merchandise. Love!|
And it goes on and on. Obviously, this is one way she gets additional discounts on all her purchases AFTER the sale.
I responded that I shipped the way I do because it provides insurance, protects the item properly, and would not change the shipping terms AFTER the auction had closed, and more importantly - stated it wasn't fair to other bidders to change the terms of the auction after the sale. She has not responded back, and now I have opened a NPB case against her (she normally pays promptly according to her feedback...I assume she is not happy with us not complying with her "request").
Yes, I'm now expecting retaliation and the big red donut, but for me its a matter of principal. I have pre-emptively reported her request and prior conduct to Ebay as it technically is a violation of Ebay policy to even request modification after the sale. My question to all is: What would you do? Give in or stand your ground? Is it ethical for her to do this?
You just HAD to say "Let's go hang out with the sheep" didn't you?
Can anyone tell me what I have here? The photo? print? has an edge like it was added to the back paper, like a photo or print (it kinda feels like a old phoyo), and the bottom says:
Meyer Von Bremen, ZUERST DAS KUSCHENN PHOTOGRAPHISCHE GESELLSCHAFT
I was able to translate the last part PHOTOGRAPHISCHE GESELLSCHAFT to Photographic Society, ZUERST DAS KUSCHENN TRANSLATED TO The First KUSCHENN - But nothing translates for Kuschenn
The frame makes me think this could be from 1879 as marked (last pic).
Any help or idea on what I have here would be greatly appreciated.
Been pondering this six frame editorial cartoon trying to make sense of the point Hamilton was trying to convey. Seems to me it deals with the early 20th century NY insurance scandles but I don't understand who the "Old Billion Boodles" character is lampooning. Henry B. Hyde of Equitable Life? Explainations appreciated.
The attachments in the next post are the individual panels so you can read the captions.
Hi , I'm struggling to get more info on this bookend , it has registered design REG.752494 , and has LIGHT as title.
Measures approx 5 1/2" high.
Thanks for any help on age , maker , or even country . Ellie (from Ireland)
At first glance I thought this was 1960's or so, I think the mesh gave me that idea.
After looking at it more I am thinking 1940's or so ? The mount metal tests as sterling and the high table rhinestones make me think it might be that old.
It's marked 'Vogue' with another word but I'm not sure that word is 'STERLING', it looks like something else.
I see a similar mark on RCJ but that word is 'STERLING', this looks a bit different.
Unusual design for a 1940's piece but I want to be sure of it's age.
Anyone who can identify these beautiful, I believe antique ornaments.
They are quite small - only not quite 2" in total length for the long ones, and just over 1" diameter for the round ones. A bit heavier than I usually see: they weigh in at about a 1/2 ounce for the round ones. I have about 2 dozen in various shapes and colors. I think they are really beautiful.
Any information will be much appreciated. I did look thorugh a multitude of "antique" ornament listings, and didn't find any quite the same.
Hi everyone and thank you in advance for your input and expertise!
Real or fake please!!!
I have a gorgeous vintage Muff made of Ocelot fur/skin and black silk that I have been trying to sell on Ebay for a long time and they keep restricting me from selling it even though there are so many others Ocelot's fur postings on Ebay.
So I called CS to find out why mine was removed and the others weren't and then I contacted the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's to see if I could get a permit to sell it, because honestly. I do not want it in my house.
The ocelot, Leopardus pardalis, is protected under the U.S. Endangered Species Act (ESA), 16 United States Code, Section 1538. Regulations that implement the ESA make it unlawful to import, export, take, transport, sell, purchase, or receive in interstate or foreign commerce any species listed as endangered or threatened.
Additionally, the prohibition against the sale in interstate or foreign commerce of any endangered species also applies to "pre-Act" wildlife. Pre-Act means endangered species, parts or products which were held prior to the enactment of the ESA, on December 28th, 1973, or the date the species was listed.
However, I have been informed that if I can confirm that the ocelot muff qualifies as pre-Act under the ESA, there is nothing in the ESA that would prohibit me from possessing this pre-Act ocelot muff or selling this pre-Act ocelot muff within the State where I reside.
*There is no formal certification process to authorize the sale of this pre-Act ocelot muff.
*There is no minimum acceptable proof, per se, to confirm that this ocelot muff is pre-Act under the ESA.
THERE IS AN Endangered Species Act pre-Act affidavit requirement that I can get through their office but that it's only necesary to by submitted if a particular office of the ESA asks me to do so. So if you own an Ocelot fur posted to sell, be prepared to be asked to submitt such affidavit if requested.
However, it must be emphasized that the manner in which I sell this pre-Act ocelot muff cannot in any way extend beyond the State where I reside. In other words, any manner of selling this pre-Act ocelot muff that would advertise its sale beyond that State, such as a newspaper with a national distribution or the internet, would be considered interstate commerce, and would be prohibited under the ESA. This means, I can only sell my Great-Aunt's Ocelot Muff to a Floridian, and who in the Sunshine State need their hands to be warm?
And in addition, I must confirm with MY State that there are no restrictions on selling products manufactured from endangered species within MY State under Florida State law. So I have to contact the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission for further information on this matter so I decided that this beautiful kitty needs to go back to where it belongs and I'm going to donate this ocelot muff to the National Wildlife Property Repository so they can give it to various organizations for educational purposes.
Thank you Ebay for taking my Ocelot Muff off and for your cooperation in complying with the regulations that help protect fish, wildlife, and plants and their habitats in our wonderful land of the USA, as I and my family have learned a great deal about this beautiful ENDANGERED animal and I can't wait to see all those many other OCELOT Fur postings dropping off Ebay as mine did.
This figurine is gloss white porcelain, 4" X 6" X 1 1/2" and marked on the base with a crown over S in a shield and a 'hard-to decifer' word... ---zzndorf ?? It was labelled 'Sitzendorf' on the price tag but the mark doesn't match any Sitzendorf mark that I could find though there are similarities. The style is not like any other items identified as Sitzendorf either. Is this a fake or is it some other known maker?
I'm drawing a blank here and would appreciate any help.
Thanks for any input.
Good morning everyone.
I have this Neon Sign and I do not know who it was made for does anyone recognize it?
I posted this question somewhere else, I think in the wrong place.
Are these sunglasses vintage or not? I bought awhile back cause they reminded me of the 60's (Jackie O)
They are really well made and heavy. The ear piece says Italy-1 280. I posted this somewhere but can't find it
hello , all
Since March I have a lock on the account.
I was just 9 not satisfied customers.
in the help I learned that I could sell now since November.
but as soon as November already ebay.com blockade imposed on me at all that I will not be able to sell on ebay.com
I'm Polish and I will only be able to sell in Poland, please save me, maybe someone knows a way to regain the ability to sell on ebay.com?
if you can ulock my account i can pay for it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I know this is NOT the Figurines Board, but am posting here in the hopes that someone may be able to help. I've posted in three other places with NO responses over the past month.
I am not a figurine collector but am oddly attracted to dolls and figurines with a German face...In fact, I consider them works of art. Grafenthal (figures in center & right) is a favorite.
I also love this style light wedgewood blue / white / gold figurine, pictured on the left. I have seen these gold wheat? markings on the thigh of many similar figurines.
Can anyone tell me anything about this style? This particular figurine has no markings that I can readily see, but does have a gold capital letter K on the inside of the rear rim. The underside is hollow and unglazed, like Grafenthal figurines. Any ideas? I do greatly appreciate your responses.
I have a china coffee or tea cup with gorgeous decoration inside and out. There are marks on the underside, so I am hoping someone will recognize the maker and maybe even the pattern. Thanks!
I'm sure there are some of you from "walnut" areas here. Have you ever seen a 3 seam walnut? Got one in a package couple years ago. All the others were 2 seam. I've looked pn line and only found 2 seam. Do I have a "lucky walnut"? I may shellac it and make a pendant!!!! I would really appreciate an answer! You know--One of those little things that drive you crazy!
The witching hour is almost here ~ Friday, October 31st is Halloween!
Do you have plans? Party? Funny costumes? Funny pictures? Decorations? Post them here! I'll start....
Getting creative with my son's dog, Fenway ~ a Bernese Mountain dog!
This porcelain cream & sugar set is un-marked except for the British Registry mark on the open sugar bowl. Does anyone recognize anything about the shape or pattern of fall-colored leaves & nuts (?) that might help to identify the maker?
Creamer 2 3/4" high; Sugar 2" high
The faint pink mark on the base of the creamer is an old price written in magic marked or something similar.
Thanks for any info.
I found a set of these goblets. Checked the R site and found a couple, 1 Tiffin and 1 Weston, that are similar but not the same. Does anyone know who might have made these? They have a vertical optic with 12 vertical panels. Measures 6 1/2" high and hold 10 oz. (12 oz. to the very top). The do NOT glow under a black light. The previous owner had a sticker on them that said "green depression goblet, wedding gift 1939." Thanks!
Anybody know anything about these toothbrushes? I can't find them anywhere (well there is one on E-bay Belgium for sale).
Are they banned or something? I can't imagine they're that rare, I found two brand new ones at GW today.
info vintage Sterling Silver Cuff Bangle Bracelet
White glazed procelain Scarab Beetle Paperwight with blue eyes.
Appears to be Signed on the Bottom 'G S (A) W'
Measures about 4" Across..
Anyone have any ideas of the maker of this?
We had this sword in our basement forever. I don't know what it is? Can anyone help? Measures 28" long 22 1/2 to that hook piece. It has a groove down the blade. It has that hook piece with a circle on the top. I don't see any marks, but there is alot of rust that it may be under if I knew where to look. Thanks in advance for any advice.
This "milk glass" pitcher is 7 1/2" tall with an applied blue ground and painted decoration. Looking for who made and who decorated.
I like to use Club Aluminum as they are easy to clean, no teflon to deal with (usually, some recent "Classic" pots did have teflon), and cooks food more evenly than typical cheaper pots and pans plus it doesn't rust like cast iron. There's a reason some of them are still selling over $50 used on eBay. Quite often when I go to yard sales, garage sales, flea market, and Goodwill I keep an eye out for them. I also check eBay for once in a while bargain price. In all the time I've checked and watched, the dutch oven were always 3 quart or bigger in size.
A few days ago I found what seemed like a very small dutch oven. Measuring 7.5" by 3" tall and calculated at about 115 cu in which comes to about 2 quarts max. It looks absolutely tiny next to my 3 and 4 quart dutch ovens and even some of the pots with handles I have.
Since I had never seen small dutch oven even on eBay, I was wondering if it could be a display model or something? This one barely covers the *small* burner and without the usual handle I'd have to use mittens to hold it or move it. But there'd be risk of catching my mitten on fire if I tried to hold it while stirring something so that's why I thought at first it wasn't regular production dutch oven.
Information on the defunct Club Aluminim (and Mirro who bought them years ago) line is scare on internet. I still haven't figured what all sizes and styles have been released.
I have asked about this necklace before but no one seemed to know the maker. Getting ready to list it so if anyone can help with the maker, I'd appreciate it.
This is the necklace
I'm looking for help identifying this stemware. I think my key is in the stem, but so far I've come up empty.
The stem is faceted, and right about midpoint, the facets rotate for about an inch, and then shift back. They have an intaglio cut flower alternating with a dot with 3 swag lines and 3 more dots underneath. They have a wide optic. They measure 6 1/2" tall and hold 8 ounces to the rim.
Does anyone recognize the maker of this goblet? If I could find the pattern, that would be a bonus, but finding out who might have made these would be great.
Any help is appreciated! Thanks.
Needing information on small green tea/coffee cups there are no markings on them anywhere, They are beautiful little cup and seem to be quite old. any information would be helpful, thanks.
This redldie away diamond optice air trap pitcher is 8 1/2" tall. The shape is shown on P 66 of Marple's Phoenix bbok but I do not see the pattern in this shape.
Hello everyone, and Happy Halloween !!
It apperas to have a Masonic-or Knight Templars cross and crown symbol, octagon shape, 3.1/4" base and 2" high.
Will you kindly help me with the age, and the maker?
Thank You so much for your help.
Is this some kind of homemade cannon like a father to a son or is it part of a toy? No brands or symbols present, it has 12,5cm long.
This pottery stein is 11" X 6" and weighs approx 4 lbs.
Picked up two D & B Bags at a moving sale both for less that $6.00 total. From my research they both appear to to be the real thing. This bag was made in China. Any input is appreciated.
I have asked about this necklace before but no one seemed to know the maker. Getting ready to list it so if anyone can help with the maker, I'd appreciate it.
This is the necklace
I posted this to the other board and figured there are those here that might not be there so TIA
Need some help here... is there a technical therm for this? It's an identification number of a deposit safe of a portuguese bank. Could this be on bronze? Thanks
This looks like a "negative" for comics scenes from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, but i don't know its techical name or what they are or even the origin.
Please help. It has 11,5cm x 11cm.
I have a really nice large scarf that is labeled Roberta di Camerino. I have no idea if her scarves are ever counterfeited, but the tags are Chinese.
So - 2 questions -
1 - Are these ever faked, and if so, do you think this one is fake?
2 - Can anyone read the characters to tell me what the fabric content is? I have tried to research it, but no luck.
Thank you so much in advance!
Only $2500, custom made for you. (More on the ET..Y site.
I tried Doty's website but couldn't identify this pattern? Thanks in advance
I have been to the usual sites but there is little if no information. I have this Christmas tree brooch with what seems to be real pearls. The only other thing research has brought me, is that someone sold a brooch listed with cultured pearls. Hoping to pick someone's brain for more info....Thanks
Can anyone tell me what this swatch of fabric is for?
CAN ANY ONE IDENTIFY WHAT THIS IS? Any on eBay?
So I picked these two little guys up today at a local resale shop (hence sticker residue in one pic). I can't seem to find anything about them. I've dug through Google and eBay and haven't even found a pic of either of them. Anyone on here got any ideas? The kissing bunnies one has a marking/signature on the bottom but I can't find anything about it. The other one doesn't have any markings on it but based on the appearance appears to be by the same artist. They look green in the pic but are actually more blue/teal than green.
I don't know if these are handmade by someone in art class (would have to be very skilled) or if these are a famous and rare piece of porcelain. If anyone's got any info please let me know.
I got this piece over the weekend and it is lovely fine porcelian that reminds me of Beleek, but I don't this the mark is one of thiers. Does anyone recognize this mark?
Here is the piece it is from
Does anyone know who the artist of this painting is? It's signed in the lower right, but the signature is in hebrew.
As well done as this is, I figure the artist has to be known by someone!
I have 2 ceramic Santas that look like twins, but one is marked Betty Lou Nichols and the other is marked Johanna Calif. My Santa planter is marked Betty Lou but I have seen the same Santa planter on ebay marked Johanna. I've googled both companies but have found no connection between the two. I guess I'm just curious about the markings.
I was just getting ready to list this set (on another venue) when it struck me how beautiful it is.
So artistic, so well crafted, so...American!
And I'm recalling the many times I passed-by Renoir at the sales because it had no bling, no sparkle, it didn't interest me.
In checking completed auctions it seems to me this jewelry is terribly undervalued.
I'm pricing it pretty high so I'll probably get to keep it!
The cameo you see was my grandmothers. Unfortunatley it was stolen during a home break-in. We've been looking for a couple years for any similar or idential cameo's to try and replace it, but nothing has ever come close. Does anyone have any ideas who designed it? Where else to search for this cameo? Any ideas or suggestions is appreciated. Thank you.
Can someone tell me if this is some kind of print or some kind of drawing? Can someone identify the signature?
I found this 28" carved & painted statue holding a mirror - but googling that turns up nothing. Can someone give me a different name or description to try?
Also, I assume she is from India or Hindu because of the jewel in on her forehead, but she is also naked? I asume this is for a table for the owner or guests to get a laugh as they check their make-up/hair, but I've never seen anything like it - is it rare/valuable?
A really unusual find - even for me!
I appreciate any help with this - I'd like to list it.
A gorgeous addition to my engraved collection
Its Edwardian, and the condition is amazing! Thankyouthankyouthankyou!
Not sure if the font or design is right but this is my first Gucci scarf. Appears to have hand rolled edges. Feels silky. No tag 42 inches long and 14" wide. The actual color is maroon but shows purple in the photo. sorry bag lighting. The ends are not rolled, only the sides.
If authentic how do I tell if vintage? Thanks much!
I need help identifying what style of upholstered chair this is. I've never seen another like it. Got it from my Grandma and LOVE it. Would like to know the style, era and anything else you can think of.
I would appreciate some help on this item. It is a beautiful piece, but I have no idea who made it. It is 11" tall with a bottom diameter of 6". I can't make out the marking on the bottom. I think it is a foreign piece.
I purchased these earrings today and need to know if Vendome was ever spelled without the "e" on the end? Don't know if these , well I do know they are older, but it looks like there would have been room for the e Thanks, Carolyn
Can anyone tell me if this is an authentic Gucci scarf? Not sure if the font is correct? It has hand rolled edges on the sides, feels silky. 42" long and 14" wide Actual color is maroon (poor lighting for photo). If authentic is it vintage or is there a resource to determine age? Thanks (its my first Gucci--I hope)
Found these 2 unusual things at same place & bought them; even though I have no idea what they are!
Can anyone tell me what the heck this 1st thing is? A incense holder? (But made of wood?) - Maybe it meant rupees, but it had a $138 price tag on the bottom!
2nd is obviously a carved & painted statue holding a mirror - but googling that turns up nothing! Can someone give me a different name or description to try?
Also, I assume she is from India or Hindu because of the jewel in on her forehead, but she is also naked - which made me think 'native' or Hawaiian (I don't know why Hawaiian, it's what came to mind!) - Isn't that unusual, even as a joke?
Hi there. I have these 3 vintage Barbie dolls and outfits that are in need of an ID. Some of the outfits are black and white clothed tagged marked Barbie or Francie.
Does anyone have any additional information about these dolls and outfits or should I just call it a day and auction them off as a vintage Barbie doll lot?
Thanks as always.........................
Looking for any information at these pieces. the larger piece with the chain is part of the "necklace" but my aunt put a chain through it for a bracelet. She picked these pieces up in some little store way back when. At any rate, we are looking for any info. the green stones have the look of a plastic, bakelite perhaps but it seems softer to the touch. Metal of some type can't ID, tho pics look like plastic ... Art Deco sort of styling ... Any info on age perhaps worth ?
TIA! for any info
I've done an internet search in the last hour or so and have not found anything that references a triangle with an M inside next to "sterling" I have front/back pictures, although slightly blurry ... any information would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks so much for all the wisdom what is shared here!
Despite having verified credit card and all billing information in my paypal profile unable to checkout on e-bay. Paypal customer service responds with silly generic suggestions such as these:
I genuinely hate paypal and e-bay now. Batling to checkout for many days is beyond disgraceful at this century.
My International customer says 5 year old daughter bought the stuff yesterday and now she wants money back to pay rent. Packages are in transit(crayola)
I have problems with people that buy internationally. Do you as well?
I RECEIVED A 30 DAY POLICY VIOTLATION- THE EMAIL SAYS APPROXIMATELY 30 DAYS- DOES ANYONE KNOW WHEN EBAY OPENS IT SO I CAN LIST AGAIN. I AM OBVIOUSLY COUNTING THE DAYS. READING APPROXIMATELY 30 DAYS SCARES ME AS I DONT WANT THE HASTLE OF CALLING THEM AND ASKING. IS IT AN AUTOMATIC OPENING WHEN THE 30 DAYS IS UP? BASED ON THE DATE THEY SENT THE EMAIL. I AM HOPING IT IS TIME DATED BUT WHO KNOWS?
Today I went to the post office for shipping the priority international package. I have printed out the prepaid lebel from ebay .After I handed to the clerk with my item, she put my item on the scale and then told me that my prepaid postage was wrong . She said the shipping cost I paid was much lower than what she saw on her computer. I tried to explain her that I got discount from ebay.com. She said she has no idea about that. I should buy and pay at usps.com only.
I contacted ebay. Ebay advice me to void the postage and then go and pay for post office price. This seems not help me much. I think all seller know that the shipping discount is part of our profit.
Anybody have any idea to help me with this problem? Thank you very much.
I have a buyer who was slow to pay and contact me after the sale. She is claiming that her bank account was hacked and she can't pay for the item and is asking for a cancellation. II'm not sure if it is buyers remorse or something may have happened. Is it worth the trouble of opening an unpaid item case or is cancellation the best way to move forward? This is a 300 dollar item...thanks for any help.
I don't want to turn all my entire feedback to "private", because I want to sell, and I have all good feedback anyway.
I buy (and will sell) lumber, guitar parts, car parts, camera equipment - and occasionally buy something for my wife or daughter. I have asked some sellers for no feedback on items I purchase for my wife or daughter. (Feedback for purses or skirts aren't going to help me sell lumber.)
Some sellers listen, a few don't. A seller right now has told me they use automated feedback, everyone gets the same feedback, and it is triggered when I pay. They are being lazy. So, I'm, waiting to pay until they agree not to leave (good, but generic) feedback that I don't want. Do I have any "rights" within ebay to demand no feedback? (remember, it would be good feedback, I just don't want it)
First I opended a case to report "haven't received this item" because seller sent with wrong name. After I got the order, I closed this case. But shortly I found out that item "isn't as described". I tried to open new case but it only allow me to send mesage to seller don't allow me open the second case right away. What can I do now? Please help! Thanks
I have a Buyer that just left negative feedback for a transaction that happened more than 60 days ago. How do you find a sale that occur past 60 days? I want to look up their address and tracking number to try to resolve the issue.
They claim they never received it. I have made it a policy to wait until the tracking number says delivered before I leave positive feedback as my own personal check to make sure my items have arrived.
Has anyone been successful having ebay remove negative feedback? The buyer never contacted me about the issue. I would have done my best to either given a refund and sent the item again or contacted the postal service. I don't think Ebay should allow Buyers to immediately leave negative feedback. I take pride in providing good customer service.
Thank you for any help!
Anyone else having problems? I sold a couple things in the last 20 minutes, they show paid and there is a valid PayPal payment page but the MONEY is not showing in my balance.
Most frustrating day ever.
Seems that if you refuse the new buyer initiated cancel transaction request, if the buyer doesn't pay you aren't able to open an unpaid item dispute. Yet the message, when you attempt to open one, is that the SELLER has requested to cancel.
In a related question: So we are removing all aspects of personal responsibility from eBay now?
buyer wanting to pick up today.lost here.
I sold something this morning....YAY! I guess. I am a bit concerned though. I am in the United States and don't sell internationally because most of what I sell is electric and there are voltage and plug differences between countries. I don't want somebody to use these items with a voltage converter and get zapped or burn up their applicance, which is why I always check "No International Shipping," which I did for this listing (totally verified after I saw that the shipping address for this). How did this order get through? Why did eBay allow this order?
It turns out this buyer is just in Canada, and I believe we have the same voltage and plugs between the two countries, but I am still concerned. I had to cancel two different international orders for the same item last month. I thought I had opted out of international shipping then too, both times!!! Though it was clear when I looked back at the listings, I hadn't done this correctly. It was very uncomfortable. One temporarily refused to cancel. One wasn't immediately refunded the obscene amount of customs fees. Now, I am extra careful to click the "No International Shipping" option, but what good does that do if eBay will still allow international buyers to purchase my items?
Can anybody shed some light on this?
Ask your questions to eBay staff:
Going on now for the next hour!
My shipping finally fell below 90%. I called CSR to find out why? It should be 100%. I was told if I get payed on Fri. my lable has to be printed by Sat. to be on time. I wasn't printing my lales untill I was ready to ship on Monday so I lost my TRS for that. Does anyone know if this is accurate?
Can anyone help me with the name of this Louis Vuiton purse and if it is authentic?
It is made of olive green with dark brown leather. The date code is TH0078.
10 by 5 by 2".
Thank you very much in advance!
On my selling account I received a soft positive, the widget I sold had the dimensions in the title, the description AND a photo of the item next to a standard ruler!
The feedback the buyer left was a positive but it said "totally useless item, too small". I know alot of buyers dont read the description or look at photos.... but this seems crazy, esp. since the widget is well known. Surprizingly he did not ding any of my stars. Is this a SNAD coming? The item was under $10.00. I'm confused as to if I should do anything or not.....wait for a SNAD, respond to feedback, ignore........Any thoughts? Thanks!
I've posted this on another board, but got no response, so I apologize for the double post.
I was wondering if anyone else is having trouble running a DSR report? Every time I try to run one it won't generate a report. Thanks for any help.
Welcome, one thing I have a problem
I get it... People where avoiding fees on their final item values by jacking up shipping rates. Me, like many other people, charge ACTUAL cost. I have a scale, I print labels at home. I set my box out on the porch of my house, USPS gets it. dont jack up the price. So eBay just punishes everybody across the board instead of kicking the folks off who where unethical to start with. Is that right? Im sure this a dead horse on here by now, but its **bleep**.
Anyone know what this thing is for? It's made of gold tone metal and it is marked IS on the bottom. Probably
worthless, but can't stand not knowing what something is! Thanks!
Buyer paid for 2 items seperately.. I put in one box..Printed label... went to enter the tracking number on second item and received this message.
" The tracking number you entered is already being used for another transaction and cannot be applied for this transaction. Please enter the correct tracking number for this order.
A valid tracking number will allow your buyers to track the status of their order and know when to expect delivery. Plus, it will help protect you if the buyer files an Item Not Received claim."
When did this new policy start?
Some one in here that can help me fix the problem
I cannot seem to get the image to work, but here is link to it in my photobucket account.
I found this lonely Corelle pasta bowl in a thrift store. I love the pattern and trying to find out name to see about getting more. I've done searches on here and google with every description I could think of and haven't been able to find it yet. Does anyone know the pattern?
Hi Ebay community first I want to say how much I love this page, I even quit my facebook page and just checking your topics and comments, I really learn a lot and some of it are so funny comments.
Now I have a buyer asking questions about one of my items then she told me she need it by Monday, but guess what the auction will be over Sunday night, so what she think I suppose to do cancel my auction and sell it to her??? Is that okay with ebay policy just cancel an auction and sell it now
Then if she buy it now and I ship it tommorow ‘Thursday” can she get it by Monday USPS priority mail envelope?
Also she is 0 feedback “ I really don’t have problem with that few months ago I were 0 feedback “
What you eBay community thinks I should do? And thanks in advance
I had 6 item not as desribed cases in the last 2 weeks.All items were returned used but in good condition, i sell used chainsaws.one guy decided he wanted new rather than used, i guy was to dumb to release chainbrake on saw, the other 4 saws were used and no longer needed.I had to pay return shipping too, all items were good but if buyer hits item not as described seller has to pay return shipping.At least they didn't break them first. This new system is so flawed against sellers.all these items i resold but all these defect dings are killing me.Really ebay .I pay out 2 grand or more in ebay selling fees , but i'm treayed like i'm a defective seller.You already got my 20" top rated discount when i was booted out once new policies went in effect.
I got a customer who received my product a week ago then seek for exchange (product is broken) after a week. My team send out the product is in good condition. I believe it is a abuse claim for exchange. But if I do not exchange, she may give me negative feedback. If I exchange, then it show my product sending to her is broken which is unfair to my team.
What should I do?
Tuesday night, I bid on a fishing reel. My max bid was pretty low, and I didn't really expect to win. In fact I am surprised that I did. Tonight I got a message from the seller reminding me about payment (red faced and embarassed here). Of course I immediately sent payment along with an apology.
The real problem here is that I NEVER got any type of purchase notification from eBay. NOTHING.
As a seller, that bothers me. eBay specifically asks us not to send an invoice unless there is a reduction in shipping fees, because they have already sent a purchase notification. This is deeply disturbing. Not so much that I am paying 2 days after purchase (bad enough) but that eBay never even notified me of the purchase. How many of my sales are not being notified as well?
Six months ago, I bought an item from someone and patiently waited for it to arrive. Then came the date where the item was due to arrive, and there was no item. So, I filed a claim report because this seller was completely silent and did not contact me in any way to let me know of any delays. So, after sending a message asking what was going on and getting no response, I filed a claim and then not long later I get a response and the person tells me they have been out of town and then sent the item fast. This person has no feedback or anything, otherwise I might not have sent the claim out, but I was wary - it has happened before. Had she delayed anymore, the event I needed the item for would have passed and then I would have rather have had my money back anyway, but she sent it on time so I was happy. So, I left her a review that said that the item was mailed at a weird time, but that it was mailed fast once she did. It was also marked positive.
So just today, six months later, I get this very immature e-mailing that is full of sarcasm like "thank you" in quotes, telling me I should have been nicer because she was new, I shouldn't have cared so much about a $15 item and that I should apologize and feel bad because I did something bad to her but she never did anything bad to me.
I sent her a nice, but curt response explaining everything, and also explaining that my review was not bad and that you have to be a little bit of a more communicative seller and try not to be out of town with items up on eBay, unless you have a way to get to the internet while you're gone and keep up. I told her because she was a new seller with no feedback, that is what made me wary and not that I should have babied her because she was new. I told her that she should have messaged me immediately to let me know the item will be delayed, not sit on the estimated delivery and hope for the best.
But now I'm concerned because I have just noticed she has never left feedback for me ....which means she still can? Am I going to suddenly get a bad feedback because she's mad at me for being cautious? I ultimately left her a positive feedback, even though she didn't exactly deserve one, so I don't know what the problem is. She has all 100% great feedback.
How should I handle this at this point? Has anyone else had a similar problem? Is everything on the buyer and not the seller like she thinks?
Hello! I just bought a phone here on Ebay (Buy it now). When I looked at the item it had 54 sold, and after I purchased it had 55. So I assume Ive ordered it alteast.
On the other hand, if I click on the "55 sold" part, I dont show up as a buyer. The last one sold according to that list was 2 days ago.
My money has been taken, and I got a