Author Topic: Creating postage labels and packing slips on eBay! (But don't get too excited)  (Read 1746 times)

*Brum6y*

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EBay's new "Postage Labels" service sounds like a great idea.  All the blurb reads like a check list of "How to make life easier" for all your eBay sales postage needs .... right?

Well .... not really.  Not for everyone.


Right at the VERY BOTTOM of the blurb is this little gem:



Things to note:

* Australia Post label fees are charged when you create the label and will appear on your eBay seller account and monthly invoice.
* Postage label printing on eBay is only available for items sent within Australia.

* Postage labels can only be used with eBay Australia Post flat rate satchels and boxes, which can be purchased from Australia Post's eBay Store.



Nice one.

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Why would you do it , when its free using click and send?

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Good question.

It's an even better question when a significant proportion of products can be shipped as large letters.



I suppose some people will like the integrated charging - the postage gets added to the seller's monthly invoice.  I will be interested to hear how it goes......

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I havent read the ins and outs of it , so dont know either
That ???? Just sprang to mind staight away

anything I used to send as large letters I used to hand write the address labels or in the
address spot on the envelope / padded bag/ package

I only used print out labels forhe ebay satchels or parcel post
But its benn awhile since Ive done one so times might have changed to warrant a
different coise of action

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