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(10-13-2011 10:08 AM)bonds20001 Wrote: That is what I thought, if a tax amount appeared on an invoice from a guy who sells cards, I would question it...some of the guys look like single card sellers, but they are selling out of a brick and mortar store front and have to charge sales tax. Tax ID # is required. Did not sound like that was the case from the person's description above..13.5%?? crazy..
(10-12-2011 06:47 AM)chrisa19978 Wrote: So lately I have been getting low scores for shipping when I charge $3.00.
(10-13-2011 04:10 PM)hckydv7 Wrote: And Ebay sellers can only charge Sales Tax if you are from your state. Otherwise you as the buyer are responsible to pay. For Example, I am from Idaho and if I buy something from Maine, he can not charge me Sales Tax, but I am to pay the sales tax to Idaho when I purchase on line.
So any idea where you low rates came from? How much did you charge for combined shipping on multiple wins? That is where I kept getting nailed
(10-12-2011 08:49 AM)yankeeempire Wrote: It looks cheap but in reallity it isn't. That guy probably sells hundreds of cards and if he does 100 x .11 is $11.00 so for selling a few commons he isn't doing that bad. Some sell junk/commons to pay for shipping on cards that cost more. Like i said in my previous post its not about the quality its about the quantity of cards your selling. I have a friend who sells on ebay he sells everything from common cards to mid priced game used and makes over 1,000 a week. Remember there are thousands upon thousands of ebay users that like to spend and if your cards are priced cheap and you have alot of them think of the possibilities.