21 May 2019 11:51
In cases like this it's best to phone into PayPal directly - you get a much better response rather than waiting for a response. You can then plead your case better.
21 May 2019 13:58
I know they get bad press but have sent lots of stuff with them before without issue.
21 May 2019 16:54
UPS are very good if you have an access point near you. Parcelforce or royal mail tracked and signed for international - Parcelforce is quicker and often cheaper than RM for heavier items. As Razor says, best to go through an affiliate for cheaper prices.
posted 21 May 2019 20:32, edited 21 May 2019 20:32
Use a broker like:
I use the above for UPS, FedEx and where the aforementioned aren't cost effective, Parcel Force. Never go direct, even with Parcel Force. Going through a broker will always be cheaper, especially when sending packages outside the UK.
If it isn't bulky or heavy, then Royal Mail usually does the job, but even then always Special Delivery or International Tracked and Signed For, when that's not possible, International Signed For (Tracked you won't get a signature and you'll be liable if things go awry).
21 May 2019 21:10
Anyone tried the PayPal free returns service?
Easy thing or not?
25 May 2019 08:53
Lol what is it with sellers sending stuff in a plastic bag cocooned in sellotape? Just buy a proper jiffy bag ya skin flints
25 May 2019 10:19
Depends how much the item goes for.
If I've grudgingly accepted a lowball offer, you're getting a mummified binbag.
15 Jul 2019 12:24
Haben sie ein pizza mit anchovies bitte?
Sold an item of clothing new with tags and stiching has come undone after buyer removed tags and wore item. It wasn’t like that when I sold the item.
Will eBay side with me if I refuse refund?
Feel my responsibility ends as soon as tags removed never mind item being worn.