EBay sellers with rediculous shipping charges

EBay sellers with rediculous shipping charges

Post by WFW » Sun, 12 Jul 1998 04:00:00



When I complained about shipping charges costing more than the item being
auctioned, this is the answer I got:

When our employees who pack and prepare the orders start working
for free and Staples starts giving away packing tape and labels
and packing material grows on trees, we'll pack and ship for free.
Until then, get a grip!
Lorie

WWW.EtcShop.com

Anyone else having the same problem?

 
 
 

EBay sellers with rediculous shipping charges

Post by JSTONE93 » Sun, 26 Jul 1998 04:00:00


Quote:

>When I complained about shipping charges costing more than the item being
>auctioned, this is the answer I got:

>When our employees who pack and prepare the orders start working
>for free and Staples starts giving away packing tape and labels
>and packing material grows on trees, we'll pack and ship for free.
>Until then, get a grip!
>Lorie

>WWW.EtcShop.com

>Anyone else having the same problem?
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Always check as to what the shipping charges are before bidding.  All sellers
should say what they are when they list
the item, some do not.

I sell a lot of currency and stock certificates
on ebay and charge a flat 32 cents shipping for currency and $1.00 for stocks.

I believe in giving the buyers a break.

John S.

 
 
 

EBay sellers with rediculous shipping charges

Post by DONJBRA » Mon, 27 Jul 1998 04:00:00


Same thing,
A seller wanted $4.95 postage and handling on a $1.00 post card. Not gonna
happen!!!