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Ebay postage PLs help?


Autoschediastic

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Hi guys sorry to keep pestering you, ive got a joblot of computer games on ebay they weigh about a kilo and when i try to set the postage to £10 its stating i can ONLY charge the buyer £2.50 which would leave me out of pocket can anyone help pls? its been changed recently the format and i dont know why Ebay dont simplify things?

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onthelimit1

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Up to a kilo only £3.15 postal charges, but even so, don't know why Ebay are telling you that. I recently advertised a PSU and charged £10 for p&p (it was over 1 Kg).

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gengiscant

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Just stick it in as freight with an explanation of the probable cost, as this guy did.Ebay

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Autoschediastic

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onthelimit1 & gengiscant THANKS guys ive done as gengiscant stated and gone with the freight and stated in the advert i want a tenner for it! cheers

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Forum Editor

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This should be in Consumerwatch, and I'll move it over now.

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