I don't usually sell books but I've got a few I need to list. I was told media mail is best. Do I find the boxs at the Post Office
or are they available at different locations; Walmart or so? I know nothing at all about media mail and didn't find the answer
in all of the questions I viewed. Some of the books are hard back and some are not; would this make a difference?
Also I have a large amount of embroidery disk (size of CD or Dvds. Would this be best mailing for these items?
Thanks in advance for your help. Also any suggestions that might help me are appreciated.
I know this has probably been asked.. so I apologize in advance. ( I couldn't find it ) I have been receiving the error message " Data Not Available " whenever I go to print a packing slip on Half. Does anyone know the cause of this?
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I've been listing some auctions during the promotion.
Today--as opposed to yesterday--I noticed that the "you saved" amount has changed from the $0.05 fee for books to $0.35 for books starting below $10 and $0.40 for books in the next tier.
Now it could be a "glitch".
But I've also noted that the "3 listings free" option is no longer available for any listing--not "sell similar" for relists; not on the SYI form, not nowhere, not no-how.
Stay aware out there.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) A small Philadelphia museum that houses more than 10,000 pieces by illustrator Maurice Sendak will be returning most of the collection to the author's estate.
The Philadelphia Inquirer reports trustees for Sendak's foundation are reclaiming the artwork based on instructions in his will. He died in 2012.
Sendak is best known for his classic book "Where the Wild Things Are." He had a decades-long relationship with the Rosenbach museum and library in Philadelphia.
But Sendak wanted his home in Ridgefield, Connecticut, to be operated as a museum. Rosenbach officials say his artwork, manuscripts and other ephemera will be sent back starting next month.
The Rosenbach will retain about 600 Sendak pieces. The author also left the institution rare editions of books by Herman Melville and Henry James.
How does seller protection on ebay compare to seller protection on the river?