eBay amends Seller Protection for some international destinations
eBay have made some changes to Seller Protection when you’re shipping to 34 overseas destinations. As long as you ship quickly and don’t incur any other defects. eBay will remove any delivery related dings.
Here’s what they say (the full announcement is here): “We’ve improved our seller protection. Our new policies help make sure that international postage delays won’t affect your seller standard when you sell to buyers in certain countries.
From 5 November, we’ll automatically remove any delivery-related defects from buyers from the 34 countries listed below. This includes:
– eBay Money Back Guarantee requests for an item not received
– Negative or neutral Feedback
– Low detailed seller ratings for delivery time on eBay.co.uk and eBay.ie
Just make sure you resolve any issues quickly, and the transaction doesn’t have any other defects. Make sure you’ve specified which countries you post your items to. You can do this in the postage and packaging section of your listings.”
The countries in question are:
Argentina, Armenia,Belarus, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, Colombia, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Ecuador, Estonia, Greece, Israel, Hungary, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Mexico, Peru, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Turkey, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates and Zambia