Re: eBay shipping names versus USPS shipping marks

in answer to 19highwayman53 Oct 10, 2014 9:54:37 AM

david*42

19highwayman53 composed: … eBay was letting me know ($7.73), Priority Mail. Found it on the USPS site and it was $9.94, with the on-line discount….

As a Top-Rated Seller, when you buy marks for Priority Mail through eBay, you pay the Commercial Plus rate, which is lower than the ordinary Commercial Base rate that is appeared on the USPS site. You can think about rates effectively individually rates production, Notice 123. The customary online costs for Priority Mail are on page 9 and the Commercial Plus rate (for TRS merchants and some other high-volume venders) are appeared on page 10.

http://pe.usps.com/cpim/ftp/manuals/dmm300/notice123.pdf

Neither of the costs that you cited is a correct counterpart for 12-pound shipping; however the Commercial Plus rate for 12 pounds to Zone 4 is $7.53 and the Commercial Base cost is $9.74. Looks to me like you intentionally surrendered one of the real advantages of being a TRS, i.e., the profoundly limited rates for Priority Mail.

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freeshipusa1

Re: eBay shipping marks versus USPS shipping marks

in answer to david*42 Oct 10, 2014 10:08:10 AM

freeshipusa1

Be that as it may, despite everything it doesn’t clarify why Ebay hurl a message when she endeavored to transfer the DC from USPS site

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eBay shipping marks versus USPS shipping names

19highwayman53

19highwayman53

Adrenaline junkie

Oct 10, 2014 9:43:00 AM

All things considered, I’ve seen on these sheets every one of the inconveniences other individuals are having with pretty much everything, so figured I may toll in.

My offering account (8 years) is Top Rated (which isn’t stating much now days), yet I had a hell of an experience early today. I see a few people are experiencing difficulty with the eBay “number cruncher” for transportation. In this way, I sold a thing which was to be transported in an expansive bundle, 48″ x 8″ x 8″, 12 lbs. To begin with, couldn’t see “arrange points of interest” through the drop-down menu. Anyway, went to buy/print shipping name and was not happy with what eBay was letting me know ($7.73), Priority Mail. Found it on the USPS site and it was $9.94, with the on-line markdown.

Long story short, I printed the name from USPS.com, transferred following number just to get a message (something like this): “eBay does not perceive this transporter. Transferring this number with this transporter may conflict with your Top Rated dispatching status.” As I say, this isn’t the correct message, yet darn near the significance the message read. Any other person keep running over this?

Anyway, I’ve seen where MANY merchants have lost their Top Rated status, and most are simply taking it in walk. Here is something we as a whole have strived for and accomplished, just to have eBay change the standards (once more). I’m not going to stress over it. In the event that I free TRS, I’ll simply change how I work together. I’m only a little vender, which are getting to be imperiled species on eBay. Express gratitude toward God for other offering settings!

All of you have a decent day! Man Happy

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This isn’t my offering id. Me supposes SOME individuals have excessively time staring them in the face.

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tripp_the_lab

Re: eBay shipping names versus USPS shipping marks

in answer to 19highwayman53 Oct 10, 2014 9:46:53 AM

tripp_the_lab

Is it accurate to say that you are certain the distinction in value you were seeing wasn’t because of the business in addition to limit TRS gets?

You can call me Tony

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david*42