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UGG BOOTS Any Luck?

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by rhino2020, Sep 7, 2011.

  1. rhino2020

    rhino2020 Junior Member

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    Hi, I haven't tried selling any yet. I wanted to ask before I ordered any has anyone had success with these or does vero get ya? I know it's getting about time for them again. Thanks
     
  2. Shah_G

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    You should check this link out to understand the listing style e.g taking your own pictures and stuff.

    cgi3.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewUserPage&userid=ugg_holdings

    People are selling them successfully, just try getting a good quality.
    You wont get vero hits everytime but sometimes you would.
    If you have 10+ seller feedback you'll be good...try listing one bi-weekly.

    check this guy out- ebay.ca/itm/UGG-Bailey-Button-Boots-Hot-Pink-/250808049005?pt=US_Women_s_Shoes&var=&hash=item80104fd19f

    If this guy can sell it...you can sell it.
    This dude is posting like there's no tomorrow...you dont need to do that.

    I've sold UGG boots without any issues, if I ever got a hit I would just stop listing on that account for 6 weeks.

    I've sold LV items with 10+ feedback without any restriction.... all were high ticket items and the account were only 30 - 40 days old. The accounts are still running good.

    Another thing is if you have penny auctions in your feedback you'll most probably get a vero hit, try to make them private or ignore completely.
     
  3. rhino2020

    rhino2020 Junior Member

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    Hi, Thanks for the info. I was going to purchase them first. So I could take my own pictures and such. Thanks!
     
  4. Russ1395

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    I just received an e-mail from a supplier in China for UGG that wholesalereplica (when still a member) told me about who seems to have a good rep for AF polo's and other shoes and garments.

    When you sold UGG, did you have many returns from buyers? When you sold LV, did you list as New or Pre-owned?

    Thanks
     
  5. JohnnyRabbit

    JohnnyRabbit Supreme Member

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    Ugg boots have been selling really well lately.
     
  6. Shah_G

    Shah_G Junior Member

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    Yes...the winters are coming too...so people are really going for them.

    Some of the UGG do get complaints...TBH you will always get a complaint once in a while with selling replicas....heck...even with real ones.

    If it's a good quality shoe you wont get complaints, get one a compare it to the real one. Check the details like stitching etc.

    Wholesalereplica did seem reputable on the forum, but I've never dealt with him. Im sure he knows what gets less complaints if he's supplying you.

    I always sell LV as pre-owned.
     
  7. rhino2020

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    I must have miss read but I thought I had seen a post where someone was saying stay away from them because they was to hot to get through customs and vero was poppin them like crazy? Could have been trying to scare away competitors as well.
     
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    UGG Boots sell really well, but you have to be careful the company is crazy and will go after you. There's hundreds of C&D letters from them on chillingeffects.org

    Cheers!
     
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  9. rhino2020

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    Well if you stop when they send the letter they'll normally leave it at that don't they? It's when you keep on that gets ya.
     
  10. rhino2020

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    I don't know if I have a bad supplier price wise but I'm looking at $70 to $80 a pair my cost on AAA boots. If I sold them for $112 a pair after fee's only making like $10. Maybe I have the wrong mind set but I don't like spending $80 to make $10
     
  11. Shah_G

    Shah_G Junior Member

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    No doubt about UGG being an aggressive vero member and C&D letters being sent out... I just told one of the members in a pm to stop selling when you get the C&D letter.

    Mostly you'll just get the letter and you're account will be suspended indefinately.

    rhino that actually isnt a great business plan...making 10 bucks after investing 80 + the risk. I dont know much about US customs....but they get through CA customs easily(2 to 4 pairs) .
     
  12. rhino2020

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    My guy came down some but still would only make like $20 a sale. and to me, like you said Shah it isn't worth it to me. I have other products more under the radar that makes bigger % returns.
     
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    Very big vero problem.
     
  14. blackcatfan

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    vero will get ya