eBay and Pay-Pal are great avenues to sell used jeans and anything else for that matter. The only high alert I would encourage sellers to watch for with extreme caution is their monthly invoicing. Copy, save, copy again, save again everything sent to you from them that your invoice has been satisfied with your funds that were deducted from Pay-Pal. If this should happen to you even with proof these two evil empires refuse to budge.

The other policy they have is this ridiculous “Pay-Pal may hold the funds from an item purchased up to 90 days” Yea, sure. This is totally cool with me. Right… tell them that you will hold the item then until the funds are deposited into your acct and available to you and that you will let the buyers know why it’s taking so long to receive their purchase. They will say that you can’t do that but just stand up to them and tell them you already have. It’s your new policy. Especially for anyone who is already established, 98% positive ranking, eBay Top Seller, Power Seller. Don’t let them do it. It’s total greed on their part. Imagine the interest they collect, we’re talking volume here, in 90 days ion the amount of money they can hold. Definitely push back and don’t be a part of their cupidity. They are using your money to make hundreds of millions in free money.

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