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  • Do I need a customs broker when importing? | SaleHoo
    markets and supplier details are on their way to your email inbox Be sure to add support salehoo com to your safelist to ensure we can deliver the free suppliers details to you If you haven t received an email from us in 5 minutes please check your spam folder or email us at support salehoo com Enjoyed this post Please share it 6 Comments Add your comment Posted by Andrea Maoro on 15 41 19 May No customs broker when importing Do yourself put a cross in the L C that P L has to signed by yourself for inspection Reply Posted by Mark on 0 03 23 May What about buying in the USA and then organising shipping Is my US mailbox worth it or do you suggest another option Reply Posted by richelle monfort on 2 21 28 Jun Mark Personally I think a US forwarding address will help you save on shipping costs especially if you will be buying plenty of different items from various suppliers This will give you the chance to save on shipping costs by incorporating all your items into one big package Here are other companies you might want to check out other than http www myus com http www usglobalmail com http www shipito com http www oneusaaddress com http www usamail1 com Cheers Reply Posted by richelle monfort on 2 22 28 Jun Andrea I m sorry I can t quite understand your concern Kindly clarify and I ll gladly help you out Reply Posted by kylie on 11 06 16 Sep I m importing from China to Australia it s a small import of 50 boxes Do you think I need a broker Reply Posted by Irene Vallejo on 1 22 19 Sep kylie For first time importers Customs

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  • Bonanza: An exciting eBay alternative | SaleHoo
    growth in just a few months They say old fashioned Customer Service is gone but not on Bonanzle The interaction with customers is super And even if you are working somewhere else on the internet the Instant Message feature lets you know when someone enters your booth You can choose to go help them or just welcome them and let them browse Have to say my Kudos to Support as well Attention to any user problem is handled promptly and friendly by the owners themselves You couldn t have a better set up that this Sher Reply Posted by missjonie on 6 57 20 Feb The BOYZ have created a simple online selling site giving the seller much freedom so we can concentrate on OUR Booths and OUR listings and OUR specfics It is so wonderful to not have the pages and pages of rules and regulations that keep getting revamped and updated leading sellers to complete frustrations at the bonz WE are free to be as WE desire and it feels great you will see that as well planes Reply Posted by Kathy F on 13 02 20 Feb I quit selling on eBay last Sept and it is the best decision I have ever made I joined Bonanzle a couple of weeks ago Bonanzle is in a class by themselves If you want a caring and vibrant community Bonanzle is the place to join The forum is great and I love being able to talk to customers in real time Kathy Reply Posted by Eruwan Gerry on 8 19 22 Feb Bonanzle still has a long way to go to prove itself in terms of capability and community I ll wait to see what happens next Reply Posted by John aka bacpro on 18 26 23 Feb Hi Recently I discovered Bonanzle I m very impressed I m so sick of ebay its policys that Bonanzle is welcome site I just hope that I start getting some sales There are so many alternatives to ebay and the whole problem is traffic I hope this works out Thanks JOhn aka bacpro Reply Posted by TimeWize on 16 15 27 Feb Thx for the heads up on Bonazle I m not ready to switch from ebay yet but was impressed with Bonz Reply Posted by Alilbirdy2 on 7 42 28 Feb I have been with Bonanzle since Oct 2008 I had a problem getting the Google DataFeed to work Co founder of Bonanzle Mark Dorsey fixed it for me personally Where do you get customer service like that Not only do they personally take care of their members on Bonanzle they also visit the forums and chat They let us know what they are doing Where else do you get that I had my doubts about this Bonanzle site when I joined but after being there and seeing all the positive things as well as the small commission fee and all the goodies they have built into the site I decided I had made the right move I don t have to worry about listing fees or adding more images at a cost I can upload 4 images at no cost I can also add more images inside the description area if I want to I can communicate with the buyers and the sellers I am Both buyer and seller and so far I have had a good Bonanzle experience no matter what I am doing For those who do not want to check out the Bonanzle site all I can say is Good luck I found my new home and I have planted my roots there Reply Posted by kashmir31 on 8 44 28 Feb I ve tried a few other selling sites and I m so glad I tried Bonanzle Definitely by far my favorite place to buy and sell The site is fun and easy to use I ve been spending the most time there now and have more of my inventory there than anywhere else And when I want to shop Bonanzle is the first place I look now as well Reply Posted by John aka bacpro on 9 33 28 Feb I opened my booth a few weeks ago hope it works out So far no sales no inquiries YET O Well John Reply Posted by Tom Murphy on 11 06 28 Feb Those new sellers on Bonanzle are currently meeting and exchanging ideas selling tips and general online selling information at a new Network called The Bonanzle Network or TBN You can find it and join in if you are a Bonanzle Seller by visiting www bonanzle ning com Tom Reply Posted by dogdug on 7 03 5 Mar i like your blog very much i think your blog is excellent very super i will come to see you next time Reply Posted by on 11 53 10 Mar Has anyone ever used ebid net or WeBidz com How does Bonanzle compare Thanks Craig Reply Posted by on 14 38 10 Apr this is awesome i think the only reason why ebay was so popular is that there wasn t a lot of alternatives out there now competition will be in all buyers side like t mobile and Metropc now i think honest competition is what we need in this market so we can have better fees and better choices Reply Posted by phillip hill on 14 37 21 Apr After eBay I ve been on Bonanzle www bonanzle com iOffer www ioffer com and Wigix www wigix com and they ve all been great Reply Posted by Jerry Whitney on 16 48 9 May ebay is still King in the online auction world but efleaa is the crowned Prince heir to the throne We are efleaa We are You Reply Posted by S on 14 48 25 Jun Sounds like an online garage sale Reply Posted by ccfashions on 20 51 2 Aug I am fixing to try this website out tired of ebay robbing all my profits on fees They are so worried about there buyers but not concerned when a seller contacts them with an issue Hope this website takes off and leaves ebay in the dust Reply Posted by Norma on 7 26 6 Aug well if bonanzle sounds like an online garage sale then I m selling super well there I highly recommend this site selling there better than any other place ever and easy to set up too and fees are reasonable Norma Reply Posted by cb on bonanzle on 23 56 7 Sep Bonanzle has other marketplace beat on certain features I do believe that in time Bonanzle can be bigger than ebay Reply Posted by Momspennies on 9 10 8 Sep Been with Bonanzle nearly a year now I would have to say I have morphed into the venue and you couldn t carve me out if you tried To me there is only one place to be I have every reason to believe that Bonanzle will be a force to be reckoned with very soon Just over a year old and we are so close to having 100 000 members Wow THe progresion has come on quicker than it did when eBay was young If you haven t checked it out yet you should Get in on the ground floor the train is leaving and we ll squeeze in and add more cars for you You may come to buy or sell but the friendliness of the community is what will hook you Looking forward to meeting you soon Reply Posted by me on 23 33 30 Sep Hey yeah lets join bonanzle where you say and do what ever you want to anyone sell to each other call people all sorts of names and just run wild and pretend its the best acid trip that has come out of the west coast LOL ebay alternative hey west coast come out come out where ever you are LOL what a bunch of west coast hype the site is slow and after a all most of what 2 years and items in your shop just disappear and not cause they sold sell at bonanzle LOL another west coast joke and how is bonanzle who is not an auction site be an alternative to an auction site ebay can t you bloggers get a real story going oo they pay you a percentage from bonanzle I seen that up over there where you can advertise at places like this on the net for a fee from your so called sales LOL you know that more than half those shops or booths at bonanzle are closed they just never took them down right DUH WHA LOL west coast is so hip I really LOL LOL cheeeeeese you internet bloggers are starting to sound like FOX NEWS gimme me a percentage Ill say anything OK just tell mark hes cute and bill hes a hunk and your in at bonanzle Reply Posted by AnnaMarie on 7 16 10 Dec I bought something on this web site Bonanzle and it turned out the seller was bogus I had my money stolen because I bought the item with a Visa gift card and they do not replace stolen funds This web site is responsible and should pay me back my money but so far has ignored my requests Beware of what you buy and who you buy from this web site can NOT be trusted There are thieves on this site waiting for suckers Reply Posted by ugg boots on 2 29 27 Jan I bought something on this web site Bonanzle and it turned out the seller was bogus I had my money stolen because I bought the item with a Visa gift card and they do not replace stolen funds This web site is responsible and should pay me back my money but so far has ignored my requests Reply Posted by Brandi on 23 44 12 Mar I ve been selling on Bonanzle for about 5 months now and I love it Fees are almost nothing people are really great and helpful even when you don t ask and its simple I think Feebay is taking a dive and Bonanzle might just make it to the top Reply Posted by Mele on 6 32 3 Apr Why aren t you folks using the sites on ansak and ecrator and blog to your site My niece is pulling her items off eBay and listed it on ansak KyWahine Treasures She is small time but makes some money to help with the groceries So why not go to free stores Reply Posted by fahad malik on 18 05 20 Apr No hope for indian seller its far better that ebay but ebay is more user friendly to buyer as well as seller yet ebay run to cutoff profit margin of seller and making buyers happy but still i have to use ebay for selling the products Reply Posted by Sheera on 18 12 27 May OMG Bonanzle is the best site ever i never wanna go back to amazon and ebay as they are the gangsters of online selling world i am sooo impressed by this site as soon as i opened an account the users starded welcoming me each time i login i feel that i am on the best place here Way to go Bonanzle Reply Posted by paul Cost on 9 53 10 Jun Any Assie sellers used Bonanzle or is it a US based sight only Reply Posted by Dee on 22 07 22 Jun I have been with Bonanzle since February 2009 I am very pleased with the results Since I was a first time online seller it was very nice to have a community that made me feel welcome They have just won Seattles Best boot strapped company had angel investors of one million and have Dan Shapiro formerly of Photo bucket on board It is very difficult in this economy to determine any particular online selling venue However in reading various forums it seems like everybody is complaining about one thing or another No sales etc etc However no matter what unless Bonanzle drastically changes I am a lifer I am there to build my business and to help them build theirs I feel a great sense of community professionalism and just down right good business sense happening at Bonanzle I do believe in a couple of years or sooner Bonanzle will be right up there with the biggest of them In a word Bonanzle is a great place to be Reply Posted by ralph on 12 24 29 Jun I had 2 booths on Bonanzle since almost day 1 Business was non existente I closed 1 booth down Kept the other booth open because it doesn t cost me anything Yes the customer service is great for now This place is actually nothing more than a big chat room people want to show you pics of their pets grand kids and asking for prayers for their dear pets or their ailing loved ones This alone turned me off and of course you have your KING and Queen of the posters gag people think that they are making life long friends on here in my opinion just a bunch of lonely people who don t know how to use my space So don t believe all that you read about this place for me there was no money to be made The 1 booth that I shut down because of no sales I put all of the items all similar on Craigslist and sold everything in 5 days but while on Bonanzle I made 1 sale in 1 1 2 years Maybe in a few years it may be the place to sell but not right now Reply Posted by Cj on 21 45 1 Jul Bonanzle needs to stop allowing people to offer Free Stuff it junks up the place and makes it look cheep I have been on Bonanzle for 2 months and nothing I can t even find my own thing in the search I don t know how a customer could They have a long way to go to make buying easy Reply Posted by ralph on 19 33 12 Jul I have had 2 now 1 booths as they are called on here almost since the week they opened up for business I now have just 1 reason is because after all this time I think that I sold 3 items and they were to members on there Yes my items are diverse and very low priced This place is nothing more than a big site for the sellers to chi chat about how cute their grandbabies are or please send prayers for our sick 30 year old dog or cat Seems that the sellers have a pecking order on there by who can post the most nonsense and worthless dribble the more you post the higher you are The one thing that I will give them is that their customer service is very very good and of course their selling fees are great But if you can t sell anything then its not so great Yeah I also sold on eBay since the day that hardly anyone showed a picture of their items that was before all the scams I probably still would sell on there if they didn t keep raising their prices and changing their rules in mid stream And don t even get me started on Pay Pal pal yeah right pay yes But back to Bonanzle since it doesn t cost anything to list you might as well give it a try but don t expect much in the way of sales Reply Posted by Paul Hereford Smith on 2 40 29 Jul I am new here and have just been done over by Ebay for around 380 00 AUD for sale that did not go through and yet they their commission fees Sick of trying ask them to take it off the final fees owed and they just keep sending even more invoice this was my first and last time selling there Nothing but a bunch of idiots who do not understand plain English They say I cannot delete any of it until its paid in full and then the other will be credited to my account I do not want the credit because I will not be there but that is so hard for them to understand My actual fees come to around 248 00 AUD which I do not have a problem paying them but no they want it all Think hell will freeze over before that happens Just in passing the so called buyer was a scammer I was smart enough to figure that out even before Ebay did Reply Posted by Carleton Hoffman on 16 05 13 Aug i had one very frustrating experience with Bonanzle that demonstrated to me that neither the seller nor Bonanzle management had respect for the potential customer i was surprised and very much disappointed to find that they wouldn t bother to contact the unresponsive seller or straighten out a simple problem Reply Posted by personal loans on 18 22 25 Aug Hi buddy your blog s design is simple and clean and i like it Your blog posts are superb Please keep them coming Greets Reply Posted by commercial loans on 15 04 27 Aug Terrific that s exactly what I was seeking for You just spared me alot of work Reply Posted by Andy on 21 11 14 Oct Bonanzle looks good however like on nearly all eBay alternatives you get absolutely NO sales I have items in my store there already since July and I did not make any sale at all Reply Posted by Gerard Barbier on 17 19 16 Nov It is now called BONANZA enough with

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  • Artifre - A Rising Star in e-Commerce | SaleHoo
    all the perks of a selling venue plus a lot of customizations that you would only find on a stand alone website By combining both into ArtFire sellers and buyers get a truly unique experience The staff is super helpful and they share so much knowledge and information It s like having a free MBA in business when you start reading all the information they offer to their sellers They are terrific Cheers Nathalie Reply Posted by Margaret Crow on 2 41 4 Aug I have two Pro studios on ArtFire my husband has a studio and so do both my youngest daughter and eldest son We could not be happier with our choice of venues Everything you wrote about is true and there are many other perks as well The FaceBook kiosk is outstanding it has made sales for me that I would never have made without it I get 15 or 20 incoming hits from it a day The Rapid Cart and Shop Window are both excellent tools that can be used on stand alone websites or on blogs or personal pages of sites that allow them The thing I love the very most about ArtFire is that it s entirely family owned and operated It is my firm belief that when you own something you take good care of it Everything I ve seen leads me to believe that John Danielle and Tony will do whatever it takes to retain ownership of the company and grow it organically I love that ArtFire is debt free Reply Posted by Alice Delore on 3 16 4 Aug Thanks for your comments everyone I m not surprised there has been so much positive feedback about ArtFire but it s exciting to read Interesting to read all the favorable comments about the owners directors of ArtFire It s something we are seeing a lot of in emerging marketplaces such as Bonanza and Addoway where the sellers know the owners by first name and engage with them regularly Does anyone know any eBay exec s on a first name basis Sorry couldn t resist the dig I was quite taken by an interview I read with Tony Ford which I think all your ArtFire enthusiasts might be interested in reading http www auctionbytes com cab abu y210 m09 abu0271 s03 particularly you Nathalie I really like the way he describes the difference between old and new marketplaces I think he is absolutely spot on and seems like such a visionary for e Commerce Reply Posted by Anita Scott on 4 00 4 Aug How easy is ArtFire to use I set up a great shop in 15minutes as an experiment I ll see how it goes These sites all look great but for Australian sellers it is a bit difficult due to high postage costs and things are just more expensive here and it doesn t appear to have the Australian following yet But with the free 30 day trial and free listing there is nothing to lose Reply Posted by Anita Scott on 4 05 4 Aug Just another thing to add What I love about this which you can t do on Ebay is promote other online business you have they give you a little spot just for your links Super Only some of my things are handmade but the majority are not and people can still look at those aswell and choose to buy from my website and combine other items 9 95per month is great cheap advertising aswell Reply Posted by Trish Cox on 13 11 4 Aug Thank you for shining a favorable light on Artfire I have 3 pro studios on this innovative marketplace where selling and buying on line never made so much sense Reply Posted by Jim Juris on 13 43 4 Aug In my opinion Artfire is the best selling venue for people selling handmade vintage and supplies Artfire does not charge a listing fee or a final value fee Artfire only charges Pro sellers a small monthly fee which is currently 9 95 per month until August 15 2011 Anyone that signs up to sell on Artfire after August 15 2011 will pay a slightly higher fee of 11 95 per month The customer service provided by Artfire is fantastic Tony the COO of Artfire reciently made a new banner for free for one of the Artfire sellers Artfire does an excellent job of keeping their sellers informed of any changes that are going to be taking place in the future rather than just surprising their sellers with those changes when they are implemented Artfire listens to their sellers When sellers are asking Artfire to make some kind of change Artfire will look into the benefits of making that change If Artfire doesn t feel that the change will be good then Artfire will inform their sellers why Artfire will not be making the requested change Reply Posted by coolstraps artfire com on 15 12 4 Aug I ve tried many ecommerce venues over the years and Artfire is hands down the most innovative responsive and creative site I ve been associated with I love that they not only give me the tools to sell successfully but teach me how to use them I love that my level of success is a direct function of my level of effort I especially appreciate that Artfire staff participate regularly in forum discussions field questions offer suggestions just seem to really care about the individual seller It s a great place and I hope others will check it out Reply Posted by canadianrockiesart artfire com on 15 38 4 Aug Good morning Alice Yes Tony really knows what he s talking about He s a gem and so helpful to sellers He s an extremely talented photographer and as such he has also started awhile back a Photography Q A thread in the ArtFire forum to help sellers take better product pictures and get to

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  • Ruby Lane Review | SaleHoo
    Sounds like Ruby Lane is going to give the others some competition Reply Posted by Rob TheGiftmaxStore com on 3 57 16 Jun Thanks Alice for the heads up on Ruby Lane I will look into it Reply Posted by Alice Delore on 3 57 18 Jun You re welcome guys It s certainly a marketplace to look into You might want to check out their Facebook Page and see what other sellers are saying about the place it s a great way to spy before you dive in on any marketplace Let me know how you go Reply Posted by Georgy on 6 02 26 Jun This article has definitely sparked my interest It sounds like like great investment opportunity Reply Posted by Cecilia Bush on 18 09 28 Aug Very good article Great to see numbers and not just opinions Your effort is appreciated C Reply Posted by BWs Vintage Collectibles on 23 47 27 Oct I took the plunge today my new shop is in approval request mode Until the 31st RL is waiving the 75 fee that s right I put 25 into a fund acct and that s all I paid it was easy enjoyable no pain at all I do look forward to switching from Ebay I get back with you later brenda BWs Vintage Collectibles Reply Posted by Rube on 15 24 8 Nov I took the plunge about 1 1 2 weeks ago paid the 75 00 the 25 00 deposit and put 50 00 into a fund account I put the required 10 items on line and have been waiting for 4 days to hear from them I have e mailed them twice and they have not responded or even acknowledged that they received the e mail They haven t given me negative or positive feedback They have every bit of information on me and yet I cannot even get a back to you later from them Anyone else have this problem If there are issues with quality photos terminology prices etc I wish they would contact me and let me know Any suggestions Reply Posted by Norma on 20 57 29 Dec I have to say that I found the set up process a little complex When I first submitted my shop I was contacterd by a reviewer within 2 days with some minor changes they wanted me to make As soon as I had made them I re submitted and was fully approved within 24 hours I opened my shop in Mid October and after 12 weeks it has really taken off I made 1500 over the course of my first Red Tag Sale and have sold strongly there for a new shop My perception is that although shoppers are savvy and like to bargain you can realistically sell better class merchandise there than you can on eBay or Etsy I will certainly be giving my shop at least 6 months before I make a decision as to whether

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  • 4 Tips for Getting More eBay Buyers Giving Positive Feedback | SaleHoo
    back 5 of the negatives but eBay would not allow him to clear them all off 5 is the limit not fair but it s their policy So for now I still have the one negative and it really did hurt my feelings I have worked hard at getting my online sales up but it has been a difficult climb so I take great care with my customers E mails every step of the way and a final thank you note after feedback is left Reply Posted by Ishtiaq Nasim on 17 43 25 May Good and informative blog piece Have a question though for anyone who care to answer On many occasions my buyers don t leave feed back at all despite my sending them polite emails don t send more than twice requesting them to say a few kind words about me How can I get those lazy forgetful uncaring buyers to leave feed backs for me Can I bribe them saying if you are happy pls leave a ve feed for me and I ll send you some bonus after you have done it and then do it if they leave the feed back Allowed or not allowed Reply Posted by Aminuddin Siregar on 20 10 25 May Thank you for visiting me on Salehoo community I am happy to be in contact with you But I forgot my password to log into the Salehoo Can you help me Reply Posted by Alice Delore on 21 32 25 May Hi Ishtiaq Nasim I would stick to sending no more than 2 emails to encourage buyers to leave feedback Remember that feedback is voluntary buyers are not obligated to place it However I understand that this can be a pain as building up a feedback score is important and also sometimes PayPal can hold funds until the buyer has paid Perhaps you should revise the email you are sending your buyers Make sure it is polite and that it very briefly explains why you would like them to place feedback As far as bribing your past buyers to place feedback goes do NOT engage in this Just as it is forbidden by eBay for buyers to bribe sellers by threatening to leave negative feedback it is strictly prohibited for you to do the same Buyer feedback is based on their experience in buying the item listed on eBay nothing else If a buyer offered me a bonus for me to place feedback I would probably report them Reply Posted by Alice Delore on 21 36 25 May Aminuddin Siregar To retrieve your password go to http www salehoo com support login and account information i forgot my password Enter your membership details and your password will be emailed to you instantly Reply Posted by afroz on 5 29 26 May I always go through your emails it is always informative I will make my mind to make some order Thanks Best Regards Reply Posted by Mohammad Danish Izhar

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  • What is a MOQ? | SaleHoo
    1 000 units for example How MOQ s affect online retailers MOQ s can affect new online retailers by preventing them from being able to deal with certain suppliers and distributors that only deal with large companies with physical stores This may mean they have to use smaller and sometimes less economical suppliers who do not set large MOQ s but who have to charge a higher price per unit to make a profit themselves For this reason new online retailers who are looking at using distributors with low to no MOQs should consider selling items with little to no competition Retailers who want to sell competitive items but can only afford to purchase small quantities at a time will soon be drowned out by larger retailers who can afford to buy in bulk Wait Want Some FREE Supplier Details Discover four of the most profitable niches on eBay and get details for the best suppliers for these niches Enter your details below and we will send them instantly Get the list Thanks Please check your email inbox Your list of profitable markets and supplier details are on their way to your email inbox Be sure to add support salehoo com to your safelist to ensure we can deliver the free suppliers details to you If you haven t received an email from us in 5 minutes please check your spam folder or email us at support salehoo com Enjoyed this post Please share it 3 Comments Add your comment Posted by Chinedu Ezugha on 16 15 21 Jun It s well understood Reply Posted by Gio on 14 15 15 Jul Why would a wholesale supplier have an MOQ of 1 or no MOQ at all And their prices for the products are still incredibly low Won t they

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  • Accepting payments: PayPal alternatives for online small businesses | SaleHoo
    and sent to your Paymate account We Like How it eliminates the middle man With Paymate you can tell your buyers that you accept MasterCard and Visa rather than just telling them you accept Paymate as they don t need to register to make payments to you via Paymate Fast transactions Paymate pays sellers directly to their bank accounts no 3 4 day waiting times which not only means you get your money faster it also means you can ship the item out to your buyer faster so everyone wins Consider mentioning this to buyers especially those who need their item urgently Your buyer won t be charged any fees Paymate does all the client refunds bank inquiries and chargebacks leaving sellers to do their real job We Don t Like US sellers will need to register with Paymate and then apply for a US merchant card processing account with Paymate s bank This can take sellers some time to complete Below is a list of some of the information you will need before you log into Paymate to complete your Merchant Details and submit your application Business information such as business name contact details and address and Tax ID number eBay or ecommerce store account information estimated monthly credit card sales average order amount etc Please note that all sellers should be able to project at least 36 000 in sales via Paymate in the next 12 months eBay sellers must have a Total Feedback Count of at least 100 in the last 180 days with Positive Feedback Rating of at least 98 Fees For US Sellers Annual Free Monthly Free Transaction Fees 3 US 0 50 per payment Credit Card Merchant Accounts A credit card merchant account is an account at a financial institution that allows you to accept credit card payments yourself and without a third party provider such as MoneyBookers You can usually get a merchant account directly from your local bank or you may decide to use any of a number of Merchant Account Providers that can be found on the Internet How it works You will able to accept credit card payments to your online merchant account directly through your own ecommerce site s checkout or eBay Checkout by signing up for a Payflow payment gateway account This is a free service for eBay sellers Buyers pay immediately using the Pay Now button Payments are instantly processed online from eBay Checkout through Payflow The seller never sees the buyer s credit card number You will receive an email telling you that you have been paid and they know they can ship the item We Like Ease of use for buyers Merchant accounts are generally very easy for your buyers to use They simply enter their credit card details without the need to login or register You will receive your money immediately Fees are usually less than third party payment providers such as PayPal and ProPay Sellers can avoid issues with frozen accounts and delayed

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  • Register for Free | SaleHoo
    Now Become a member today It s free Over 100 000 registered members Friendly and knowledgable members forum Expert eBay Powersellers answer your questions Newest auction trends and market research tools Learn More About SaleHoo Basics Wholesale Directory Market Research Tools SaleHoo Stores eCommerce Glossary Community Forum Trade Show Directory eCommerce Blog Seller Training Center Amazon Selling Business Setup eBay Selling Drop shipping Importing and Shipping Online Selling Tactics Product

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