Jewelry Wholesale on eBay Auctions

eBay is a good place to find almost any item that
you can imagine. Jewelry wholesale auctions
fairly common on eBay, and in many cases, you
can not beat the deals offered here.
But there are also many con artists that
operate through eBay, and you have to use caution.

Start by reading all the fine details of
jewelry wholesale lots that you buy. If
you still have questions, send those questions to
seller through eBay’s website. Make sure that
you keep all your contact with the seller through
website, so that there is documentation.

Check the person or company that offers
the jewelry wholesale. Look at their ratings and their
feedback. Has there been any negative feedback?
If yes, please consider your options and
look at other auctions. If the feedback is all
positive and the seller’s rating is high, making
business with them should not be a problem.

Make sure you are aware of the cost of shipping
and transfer time frame, and
payment options offered. Normally the buyer is
responsible for transfer costs, and it is
added to the total and paid before the item ships.
In case of high ticket items, insurance may
be required on the item as well. The seller rarely
paying freight costs.

If the jewelry wholesale is a high ticket item, such
as jewelry purchased in bulk or rare pieces
expensive jewelry, you should strongly consider
using the escrow service recommended by
eBay. If the seller recommends any escrow service
other than that eBay recommends, you
might not want to do business with this seller – it
could be a scam.

Beware of sniper’s on eBay! Sniping is against
rules on eBay, but a large group of people makes it
anyway. Sniping is automatically bids that are not
against the rules, but the software or service
instructed to place the highest bid in the last
possible minutes of the auction – there is no time to
anyone to submit a higher bid. Again, this is
against eBay’s rules.

Instead of sniping, place your first bid
maximum amount you are willing to pay for
the jewelry wholesale lot. Each time the offer is
raised, your bid will automatically be raised – until
your limit is reached. This is not sniping, and it is
a perfectly legal way to bid at auctions on eBay.

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