I want to show you how to stop sales from selling your own product on eBay.
I’m not the first person to have tried to use this technique and I’m sure it will never be the last.
However, this is one of the most effective ways to stop eBay from selling the product you want to buy.
I want you to try it and let me know what you think in the comments below.1.
Buy the Product from an eBay Seller You’ve read my previous post, What You Need to Know Before Buying an Electronic Product on Ebay?
If you have, you’ll know that this post isn’t about the seller or seller’s products.
It’s about what you should be doing in order to stop the sales from happening.
So, here’s what you need to know about selling electronic products on eBay:1.
Don’t sell the product to someone who has sold it to you before.
Don the seller’s product on your own.
Sell the product for $25 or less.
You won’t be charged any sales tax on this sale.2.
Use a coupon code when you sell the item.
eBay is going to charge a $5 fee if you use a coupon.
This fee isn’t too high for the first year, but it can skyrocket for each subsequent year.3.
Sell in increments of $5, $10, or $20.
If you sell a lot of the same item and sell it for $50 or less, you’re likely to be charged a sales tax.
This is because eBay has no ability to refund you when your item sells for $10 or less and the eBay seller has not yet received your payment.4.
If the item you sell has a return code or tracking number, contact the seller to verify that it has actually been returned to you.5.
Do not sell a product with an expiration date.
If your product expires, eBay will not refund you.6.
Check that the seller has updated their eBay profile and is no longer selling products from that seller.
This helps eBay remove the listings and give you more visibility.7.
Use the eBay Help Center to report any problems you find.8.
Be sure to include your credit card information and contact information in the listing.9.
Do a background check on the seller.
Do you have a history of selling to the same person?
If so, it’s likely the seller is using a different payment method.
The seller will need to provide you with a receipt to verify this.10.
Use eBay’s help center to help you verify the seller, the item, and any problems with the item before bidding.11.
Make sure you are a member of eBay’s Seller Protection Program, which will protect you against fraudulent sellers.
This program will pay you a one-time fee of $100 if you buy an item that you suspect is counterfeit.
You can learn more about this program on eBay’s Help Center.12.
Buy your product from an authorized seller who is not a counterfeit seller.
When you buy from an approved seller, you can have the item shipped to you in one day, but if the item is not delivered within 30 days of purchase, eBay may take six months to deliver the item to you, according to eBay.13.
Check the seller on eBay to make sure that they have updated their profile and are no longer listing the same product.
If they are not, you may need to contact them to verify the item has actually already been delivered to you and that they are no more.14.
Be aware that the eBay Seller Protection program only applies to purchases of items you purchased on eBay or a different eBay seller.
For example, if you purchased a product from eBay on another eBay seller, and you want it shipped to your home or office, you must contact the authorized seller to do so.15.
Be careful when bidding on an item.
The auction process is a highly automated process and eBay may not process your bids for an item within 30 business days.
You should do your due diligence before bidding and be ready to pay the shipping fee when you receive the item at the end of the auction.16.
You may want to check eBay’s safety and security policies to make certain that the items you purchase from eBay are safe and secure.
The buyer and seller must agree to abide by these policies before bidding on your item.17.
You must use the PayPal method to buy an eBay item, not the credit card method.
If eBay charges a fee for using PayPal, eBay’s customer service department will contact you and let you know that you can cancel the transaction or pay eBay a fee if the fee isn`t waived.18.
The eBay seller may not be able to guarantee that the item will arrive in your mailbox.
You are responsible for the shipping costs associated with shipping your item to the seller if you don`t ship it on time.19.
Don`t sell the items from the seller who has previously sold to you without permission.
If a seller is selling your