Usually, USPS charges by weight, but if you have a light, large package, they charge by size. This is called Dimensional Weight, and it’s important to understand if you’re selling large, light items on Ebay or other sites.
Some links to study for tuning listings and setting prices for Google Shopping.
Can you track a regular First Class letter? I don’t know if it works, but there are some comments here and there about it. More details after the jump. Continue reading “USPS Tracking for First Class Mail”
New Ebay and online sellers in general get scams run on them, and buyers get free things. Here are a couple common ones.
It’s been hot as a desert out in LA.
I went to try and do a Facebook sale, but it didn’t happen. I think the buyer was messing with me. I’ve had this problem a LOT with these in-person sales apps like OfferUp and Facebook Marketplace, at least in Los Angeles.
OfferUp was kind of OK in the SGV.
New sellers on Ebay may not be aware that some customers are crooks. We generally think that it’s the businesses that rip off the customer, but it can go the other way around. Beware, and be prepared. Continue reading “A Few Common Ebay Scams by Buyers Against Sellers”
I’ve been looking at the lists of tariffs and trying to plan out my spending. Here are a few ideas I have, and some bits of lists of tariffed items.
There’s a new rule that listings must be unchanged for 14 days before discounting.
Warranties go into one folder, and manuals go into a magazine box.
Staple the receipt to the warranty. Throw away the warranty if it’s expired. A lot of nice things have lifetime warranties.
Simple enough, right?
If you came here through Pinterest, check out the other posts in the decluttering category.
I also have a free ebook that explains how to give things away, efficiently. Save money on dump fees (that you probably don’t know exist).