Myths when importing and reselling online

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22 May 06 04:03:54 am
Hi Members,

Please feel free to read our latest blog entry which covers questions about myths when importing and reselling online. It is well worth having a look at and should give you a greater understanding of this whole industry and some of the ways to get around common problems.

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22 May 06 04:09:51 am
i just read it.....WELL SAID! :D

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6 Jun 06 03:43:09 am
ty for the reminding...

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9 Aug 06 09:56:33 pm
Definately agree, funny cause now that I think of it I've paid some rediculous shipping costs on ebay myself.

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14 Aug 06 03:44:24 pm
Interesting information

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14 Aug 06 04:02:36 pm
There is nothing wrong in my opinion to charge a 'fair' fee for packaging a product. Most sellers have to pay for shipping materials, and most companies charge a fee for shipping AND handling.

I've also seen sellers virtually give items away and make their profit on the shipping/handling. I'm ok with that as well. I'm still getting the best deal and of course we all have the option of not bidding


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