I've been reading the normal uproar over the Fall Updates that eBay puts out and this morning I thought I would try to put a positive spin on some of the changes. I talked to eBay yesterday and the best thing I took away from these updates is that eBay is going to allow us to upload at least 5 pictures directly into our messages. This is wonderful! Perfect for when the customer says that an item arrived damaged or not as described. We can request that the customer puts their pictures directly into the message. By doing this, the eBay customer service can easily see the issues and better help us in the claims process. Just think, if this seller is doing a bait and switch, and he uploads a picture of a damaged item that is not ours, then we can also put picture from our listing in the message to show the picture of the actual product. I like this change.
Another positive change is the fact that we can now revise prices in our multi-variation listings even if we have had a sale. In the past you would have had to end the listing and relist it to get changes to your pricings. Yay! This change was way overdue.
Another change that I am loving is that the angry buyer MUST contact us FIRST and then wait 3 BUSINESS days before they can open a case. This will stop those buyers from sending a message and then immediately opening a case before you can even respond. That is good news!
This African Dashiki sat in my store forever. I had decided recently to put all my clothing on a 50% off sale to cull out all of these pieces of clothing. It is working, I'm getting rid of the overflow. I purchased this for $2.16 at the Goodwill and sold it for $22.49
I purchased this in March at an indoor flea Market for $5.99 (for those that don't remember, you can see another post on this here) I finally sold this sweetie pie for $19.99 after I put it on sale. I don't know if I'll buy another one or not! The enamelware is just now selling after setting awhile and I had to put a sale on to sell it!