Sunday, 28 September 2014

Your Funniest eBay Story

Hi all, I'm looking for your funniest eBay stories to publish on my blog. Whether you are a buyer or seller, I'm looking to hear from you about anything funny that has happened to you on eBay and here's the best bit ... I'm going to give away a £10 Amazon voucher to the story I think is the funniest. See the rules below to find out how you can submit your story.

The rules:
  • Submit your story by writing a comment below
  • Include your eBay name in the comment (at the start or end) so I can contact you if you win
  • I'll decide who the winner is on 31st October 2014 (my decision is final) and contact them shortly after (via eBay) to arrange sending them the voucher - probably electronically
  • Do not use any foul or degrading language (yes, I decide what this means - keep it clean and you'll be fine) - if you do I'll remove the post and you won't have any chance of winning
Good luck

The Question I get Asked Most as an eBay Seller

It’s very easy to identify the one question that I get asked the most as an eBay seller…..

It’s do I offer combined postage for multiple wins. Save yourself the time of answering all the queries by clearly stating on your eBay listings what your postage terms are:
  • Do you offer combine postage?
  • What will you charge for combined postage?

Wednesday, 3 September 2014

100 Free eBay Listings September 3-7 2014

100 free ebay listings
Get on over to eBay, there are 100 free listings for UK users to use between the 3rd and 7th of September 2014.

As always, check the conditions.

Tuesday, 2 September 2014

Man Arrested for Selling Scottish Independence Vote on eBay

Man Arrested for Selling Scottish Independence Vote on eBay
A man has been arrested in Scotland for selling his Scottish Independence vote on eBay. It would appear that other Scottish residences have tried to sell their independence votes too, ahead of the Scottish Independence referendum (which could see Scotland become a separate country from the UK) on 18 September this year.

eBay has since removed all these listings from their auction website and has said: "The Electoral Commission has an agreement in place where we remove upon request any items posted on eBay that relate to an individual's vote where the commission has concerns that this could lead to the law being broken."

So apparently people will try and sell anything on eBay.