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Relisting and unsold stuff

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VulcanWoman Thu 30-Jun-16 21:39:30

Just double checking, does Ebay charge any extra for relisting an item several times. Also do they charge anything at all if something is unsold? TIA.

Daffodil90 Fri 01-Jul-16 18:41:03

Don't think so. I've relisted stuff four or five times and it just takes away a free listing credit (I don't ever pay for the listings, just use the free ones)
Never been charged for unsold items. smile

VulcanWoman Fri 01-Jul-16 18:55:13

Ah, thanks for that. Whenever I put an advert on, I don't think I've ever been charged a listing fee either, so that's good at least.
P'd me off a bit when I found out the other day Ebay take a percentage of the postage. They're getting too greedy.

Daffodil90 Mon 04-Jul-16 20:28:30

Couldn't agree more. Between final value including postage fees and PayPal fees it's almost not worth it even for the more expensive stuff.
I got an offer for 75% off final value fees for a weekend but the stuff I had up didn't sell. Gutted!

Noodledoodledoo Mon 11-Jul-16 12:00:52

If you had fees the first time round it will charge you the same fee for each relist, if you had zero fees the first time you can just keep relisting.

I don't want to give away some of the things I am selling currently so price accordingly which does mean it takes a few weeks to shift! Ebay keep telling me to reduce my price but things go eventually. It is the kind of stuff that won't invoke a bidding war!

I was on the opposite side a few weeks ago I bought a moses basket stand for £1 - seller was quite miffed it went for so little but it was collection only, in a small village nearby, and I did put a max bid of £10 on but no one else bid!

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