Discussion in 'Ebay' started by Andy0705, Sep 6, 2014.
The reason they were cheap is that they weren't silver.
I just said that I tested them and they were silver. even if they weren't silver I could of just put silver coloured gemstone necklace as the title. tbf I did do this in the run up to valentines day I forgot to mention that.
Where did you buy in China, can you show website or PM? I would appreciate. Thanks.
So what happens after your feedback gets bad?
Did you weight them?
Current silver price is 40p per gram, so if the total weight was more than about 12 grams (or 0.8 grams per necklace) they were sold at a loss.
And nobody sells silver or gold at a loss.
You'll just have to do it on ebay at auction I asked them for a second order at the same price and they told me to F off. just type in 1mm snake chain
no I didn't and I put nothing about the weight in the description.
inb4 OP says "herrr derrr my ebay account banned for no reason guys"
Real Sterling Silver is stamped .925 or SS. No way you got real silver chains 3 for a quid because silver metal is more than that.
Silver 1mm chains are anywhere from 0.8g to 1.2g. And in real silver, I would stay away from super thin chains because they kink or crease and get returned.
That could get you banned for keyword spamming if you don't sell sterling silver and try to imply that you are in the listing title. Seems like only Chinese sellers are allowed to get away with it.
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