General Chat Thread, Ebay. Remove Postage from a sold item. in General; I am not that familiar with Ebay but I sold some items and put a delivery on each item at ...
8th June 2011, 05:03 PM #1
Ebay. Remove Postage from a sold item.
I am not that familiar with Ebay but I sold some items and put a delivery on each item at £10. One person bought all three items and wants to come pick up which is fine. But I already sent the invoice to pay through ebay, so he owes me £30 delivery but I cant seem to find a way to take this off now so he can pay only the price through PayPal.
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8th June 2011, 05:05 PM #2
i suppose you could get the buyer to pay the full amount VIA paypal then when he collects the items you reinburse them the £30. would that work?
8th June 2011, 05:11 PM #3
That works only with good faith I guess? Is there no other way ?
8th June 2011, 05:11 PM #4
Am sure if you get the persons email address - you can send them an invoice minus the deductions ( in this case £30 ) I would of thought
Originally Posted by DJ-Jonesy
Get them to pay for the items that way, I think when you send / create an invoice it requests what it is for and you should be able to select an option for ebay or something to that effect ?
Should be able to do it for all the items which should then request the ebay number or whatever its called.
8th June 2011, 05:12 PM #5
Just get him to pay cash on collection? that way you won't be stung with any paypal fees.
8th June 2011, 05:29 PM #6
However if a dispute arises, there is no comeback as the payment would have been made outside of paypal.
Originally Posted by plexer
8th June 2011, 05:30 PM #7
You can re-send the invoice and manually remove the P&P from it if he would rather pay by Paypal. The option should be in the drop down list for the item's you sold.
8th June 2011, 05:33 PM #8
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