New eBay Seller dashboard is now available

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As was noted in the Seller release early last week, the new seller dashboard rolled out for all users on eBay UK and beyond yesterday. You can read the announcement here and an email should have found its way to your inbox too. As the announcement notes: “We promised we’d help you understand how you’ll […]

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Easter reading: download the Tamebay Guide

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Chris and I here at Tamebay sincerely hope that the long weekend offered by the Easter break (regardless of your gods of choice or none) will give all of you a chance to take some time for rest and enjoyment. Chocolate is optional. (Sue would disagree about the chocolate – Ed.) Naturally, the public holidays […]

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eBay UK Click & Collect – How it works for buyers

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This is a guest post from George Kinghorn. He’s a Tamebay reader and the founder and head consultant at Bayacademy provide on-demand eBay consultancy and training for clients UK wide using the convenience and speed of their webinar and online training systems. I was on the eBay site the other day and a banner […]

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Seller reports Amazon refund of FBA item after 1 year

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We received information about a most interesting case recently. And it would be interesting to hear whether anyone else has had similar experiences. Here’s the story from a Tamebay reader and Amazon FBA seller: “We’ve been selling on Amazon using FBA for many years. Occasionally we saw that a customer had returned something to Amazon […]

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Digital image DIY masterclasses from Remove the Background

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Over the past week of so, ecommerce image specialists Remove the background have been publishing a series of 3 blog posts that look at different aspects of digital photography when used used for selling online. They’re well worth a read. The first post looks at how to create your own very simple home photographic studio […]

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Is eBay UK buyer return fraud on the increase?

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David Brackin is the co-founder of Stuff U Sell and has sold over 150,000 different items on eBay. He is also a regular contributor to Tamebay. Pierre Omidyar, the founder of eBay, famously said: “Most people are honest. And they mean well … But some people are dishonest. Or deceptive … It’s a fact of […]

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Win £500 Post Office Drop & Go Credit

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If you use Twitter and fancy a £500 Post Office Drop & Go credit applied to your account, this competition might be just the thing for you. ALl you have to do is retweet the below tweet to be entered into a prize draw and you’ll win £500 if your number comes up. The tweet […]

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PayPal extend UK buyer protection to 180 days

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PayPal has announced new terms to their Buyer Protection scheme that will take effect from 17th June this year. Buyer protection will be extended to cover services, digital goods, travel tickets and other intangible items. Needless to say, tangible goods have been covered for a number of years. From the same date, PayPal is also […]

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Stubhub offer £200 prize if you sign up for emails

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StubHub, eBay’s ticket selling marketplace, is offering people who sign up for their email marketing mailing lists entry into a weekly £200 gift certificate prize draw. You can sign up on the StubHub homepage and Ts and Cs apply. We haven’t heard much from StubHub in the UK in recent months. So it’s interesting to […]

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