Ebay – how to stop being ripped off

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  • Hi

    I dont use ebay much as my recent post about being hacked demonstrated

    I have some stuff to sell
    Its some old toys which have minority interest but one of them seems to fetch about 200 quid

    I was planning to open it to europe, the US and australia to maximise my profit
    Like I said its really rare collector stuff I have chanced upon whilst moving house

    If I use Paypal, send insured and get proof of postage am I still open to the usual not received Paypal scam?
    Or do I need a signature on delivery too and if so can I get this service from the Post office?

    And have I missed anything else?

    Premier Icon vinnyeh
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    If it’s genuinely collectible, add Japan and Hong Kong to the list…

    Airsure is your friend if it weighs less than 2kg, else I’d fedex it.

    Premier Icon spooky_b329
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    Use Special Delivery or better, you want tracking during transit and also sig on delivery. Recorded doesn’t have full tracking. Ensure packing/protection is up to scratch (maybe take a photo) and you should be able to claim back from the post office if it gets lost.

    Check up on International, there are different levels of service to different countrys.

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