Category Archive for 'eBay Customers'

How to Use eBay’s “Pre-Approved Buyer” Function

Wednesday, April 19th, 2006

For sellers who constantly have to put up with bid snipers, non-paying bidders and other anti-social, timewasting buyers, eBay’s ‘pre-approved buyer’ feature is a godsend.
Pre-approving buyers lets you choose in advance who you’re going to allow to bid: not by banning people you don’t want, but by explicitly allowing people you do want. Anyone who […]

Tips for “Knowing Your eBay Buyer” Before You Ship

Sunday, April 16th, 2006

Before you send anything to that buyer, you might want to get to know them, especially if you’re selling them a high-ticket item that you couldn’t afford to lose. Even if the buyer has paid, the PayPal transaction could still end up being reversed, leaving you out of pocket. So how do you figure out […]

How to Report and Handle eBay Transaction Problems

Sunday, March 26th, 2006

Even when there aren’t any disputes, you might run into a few transaction problems on eBay – glitches that aren’t really anyone’s fault, but are just the result of a technical malfunction or another situation beyond the buyer or seller’s control. The number one cause of problems like this is email.
Email Problems.
If you use the […]