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FUC***G Invoice From eBay

Discussion in 'Dropshipping & Wholesale Hookups' started by aby2maria, Nov 8, 2010.

  1. aby2maria

    aby2maria Newbie

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    Hello guys I and me and my friend are doing dropshipping of Chineese Electronics in eBay . We are from India we make good profit but at the end of the end of the month eBay will send a notification that our invoice is ****

    When calculated The Invoice is more han the profit we made that month .... So why pay We didnt and created new account .... we have created about 6 eBay accounts just because of this Invoice f**k ... Please Any one can help me to find a solution...
    Thankyou
     
  2. 8yhisjk

    8yhisjk Registered Member

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    Let survival of the fittest do its work. If you didn't think enough to calculate your fees and foresee your net loss, you deserve it. Your seeking advice on how to avoid paying ebay the fees that you agreed to pay is unfair and frowned upon by most.
     
  3. Bestbuyfoam

    Bestbuyfoam Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You owe it pay it...

    They have people to feed like you...

    You can look at your invoice daily to see how much you was going to owe...

    People getting scammed more and more...:(

    You also say your from India stand up and be proud...

    Thanks a million,

    And have a blessed one...
     
  4. meathead1234

    meathead1234 Moderator Staff Member Moderator Premium Member

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    Solution: quit ebay and all forms of IM and go get a job.
     
  5. Remington

    Remington Regular Member

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    If there's a "but," you didn't make good profit. You had a loss. The solution is simple: Raise your prices!!
     
  6. whiteninja

    whiteninja Regular Member

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    It doesn't sound like your getting very good profit margins. Try to find items that sell for a lot more and set up stealth accounts and spread it out dude.
     
  7. Geo527

    Geo527 Newbie

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    Raising prices will result to client loss...so whats the point?
     
  8. iamman

    iamman Junior Member

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    I agree with both sides. Don't try to cheat a company out of the fees they charge which allow you to operate. Learn to count better and price your product better or find a better price. On the other hand, **** EBAY
     
  9. hennessy

    hennessy Registered Member

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    Looks like you need
    a) a new product
    b) better pricing and planning
    c) a different job
     
  10. mad.hat

    mad.hat Junior Member

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    You simply need to raise your prices. You didn't calculate all the fees correctly at the start or maybe you didn't think about it at all. Either way raise your prices. If you don't get any sales anymore then you need to choose something else.

    Also ebay and paypal are two completely different companies and I don't think that ebay tells paypal to limit your account. It simply happens after some specific activity.
     
  11. iluvvegas

    iluvvegas Regular Member

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    add in the fee in the final cost of the products you are selling...

    + add it in your shipping cost...

    + or charge sales tax....

    + or just raise your prices....

    + mandatory insurance or something use your imagination....

    + dont give up or discourage...
     
  12. creztor

    creztor Power Member

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    If they did that, then they wouldn't be able to compete against all the other eBay sellers. He/She does say they are making "good profit", but it appears that the definition of "good" is very vague, because the apparent eBay fees are more than their profit.


     
  13. hazex36

    hazex36 Newbie

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    you really didn't take the fees into account when setting the prices for your items? that's just ....