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(10-19-2011 11:31 PM)slufan83 Wrote: I feel for anyone who goes through financial troubles...A.) because I'm currently unemployed, and B.) my mom lost her job of 27 years a month ago and is now unemployed, so I know how it can affect you. But in all honesty, why is someone making trades if they can't afford to ship? For how little extra it is to get a DC#, why take the chance? He now has to compensate even more to make the deal right. Just because you've been a stellar member for so long, doesn't justify that you can just up and slack on a trade and expect it to be fine and dandy if something comes up. If you can't afford to ship, then don't trade. If you can, just get the stupid package shipped out promptly. Not to come off as being brash, but man I'm getting irritated with seeing so many people get hosed. It's supposed to be a fun hobby...........
(10-19-2011 08:50 PM)krn001 Wrote: If you already have a paypal acct, it's so easy to use the shipping labels & add d/c. The menu for multiple shipping orders is what you use create 1 or more labels. The menu is easy to follow, just need to input type of package, adressee etc. Print & either drop off a the PO or have your carrier pick up.
I've been using online labels (print-n-ship) for years on ebay & used it when i started trading last year.
(10-20-2011 12:17 AM)yankeeempire Wrote: I agree with John. Out of 400+ trades i got hosed once and thats because the mods lifted a must ship first off of a profile and i though it was safe. I used DC on the trade as well and still didn't get my cards. So what does a DC# actually do? it does nothing. So for 80 more cents i got to see a trader receive my cards and enjoy them and i received nothing. With those who i have traded with over the years i do not expect or require a DC#.