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eBay listings of my own.....

Discussion in 'How do I?' started by lostplanet, Nov 1, 2017.

  1. lostplanet

    lostplanet Full Member

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    whats the rule on advertising my own ebay listings in the member classifieds area?

    thanks
     
  2. hughtrimble

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    Why not just advertise here separately?

    No loss of X% through selling here unlike on there. And fewer (hopefully no!) scammers.
     
  3. lostplanet

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    i wanted to show what i am selling it for on ebay and what i am willing to sell it for to a BCUK member.
     
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    just being careful in case it is frowned upon which is fair enough....
     
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    'Technically' you ought to show things here, so if you post a kind of copy of your ebay ad here, you might mention that there are more photos/information/higher pricing on an advert on eBay, just in case it sells there....folks sometimes put in that something is also for sale on XYZ....so I can't see it being an issue.
    Just don't advertise here to drag folks elsewhere, iimmc ?
    I genuinely don't see it being a problem for you :D

    M
     
  6. hughtrimble

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    Be wary of this as their relatively recent change in terms and conditions means items withdrawn from sale can still result in you being charged for using eBay's services (i.e. their advertising) so you may end up with a bill for their cut. It sounds ridiculous, but they are doing this.
     

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