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Ebay - Adresses

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by Nerono, Nov 30, 2016.

  1. Nerono

    Nerono Newbie

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    I am interested in dropshipping from amazon to ebay, now, I read that the
    [​IMG]Registration address:
    should be my actual adress, thats the adress ebay uses to identify and contact me
    and my
    Primary shipping address:
    should be the adress the items will get back to if needed (costumer not happy for example), lets say I am working with amazon, what adress should I type in there?
     
  2. toml3030

    toml3030 Elite Member

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    Obviously and address that you have access to. Not a good idea to use an address that you don't have access to since sometimes buyers will just ship it first and assume that you'll get it and refund.
     
  3. aff219

    aff219 Junior Member

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    primary shipping address needs to be the locationt he item ships out from. This is preferably going to be the same as the address used for returns as well like toml3030 said, but it's not necessary.

    for the record - this sort of thing DOES occur, I've had a few customers ship the item back to me and tell me days later they want a refund, luckily my shipping and return address are one and the same.

    If such an event occurs where a buyer sends something back BEFORE contacting you / you accepting return and providing return address, or otherwise return a package to an address other than your designated one, ebay should side with you.

    Buyers are not supposed to send the item in prior to being given the green light by sellers, if they do then that is their fault for shipping it to the wrong address (in the event that you indeed have a diff return address)

    with that said, it will piss off the customer and your feedback will probably take a hit for it.