From: DavidM on
Just sold a whole load of low cost items that I'd listed with RM 2nd
delivery. Use the link on the right hand side of the sold items list
to print postage labels, takes me to PayPal (sign in etc) then get the
item details, addresses etc. but there's no option for 2nd class post
on there any more (or maybe there never was - first time I've tried to
use it to keep buyer costs down).

Ended up having to send the lot a 1st class. Fortunately no heavy
items so not a huge extra cost.

Just checked and 2nd class is still an option when creating listings,
seems a bit misleading.

Any ideas?
From: "Mungo "Two Sheds" Toadfoot" on
DavidM wrote:
> Just sold a whole load of low cost items that I'd listed with RM 2nd
> delivery. Use the link on the right hand side of the sold items list
> to print postage labels, takes me to PayPal (sign in etc) then get the
> item details, addresses etc. but there's no option for 2nd class post
> on there any more (or maybe there never was - first time I've tried to
> use it to keep buyer costs down).
>
> Ended up having to send the lot a 1st class. Fortunately no heavy
> items so not a huge extra cost.
>
> Just checked and 2nd class is still an option when creating listings,
> seems a bit misleading.
>
> Any ideas?

Ebay want you to post everything 1st class so they don't allow 2nd. Sign up
for online postage with RM, load up the account with a tenner, Robert's your
dad's.

Si


From: Mike on
In message <tanqh5to0qa24j85ntf09arh962u6mlhtg(a)4ax.com>
at 20:00:34 on Mon, 7 Dec 2009, DavidM <davidm_uk_notme(a)hotmail.com>
wrote
>Ended up having to send the lot a 1st class. Fortunately no heavy
>items so not a huge extra cost.
>
When you say "fortunately no heavy items" I don't think you can send
heavy items 2nd class anyway - I think the upper limit is 750g
--
Mike News
From: davidm_uk on
On Mon, 7 Dec 2009 21:56:17 +0000, Mike
<turnpike_user(a)turnpike_REMOVEuser.THIScomANDTHIS> wrote:

>In message <tanqh5to0qa24j85ntf09arh962u6mlhtg(a)4ax.com>
>at 20:00:34 on Mon, 7 Dec 2009, DavidM <davidm_uk_notme(a)hotmail.com>
>wrote
>>Ended up having to send the lot a 1st class. Fortunately no heavy
>>items so not a huge extra cost.
> >
>When you say "fortunately no heavy items" I don't think you can send
>heavy items 2nd class anyway - I think the upper limit is 750g

Up to 1Kg for second class, mine were all much less than that anyway.
From: davidm_uk on
On Mon, 7 Dec 2009 20:26:32 -0000, "Mungo \"Two Sheds\" Toadfoot"
<eastREMOVEkent(a)gmail.com> wrote:

>DavidM wrote:
>> Just sold a whole load of low cost items that I'd listed with RM 2nd
>> delivery. Use the link on the right hand side of the sold items list
>> to print postage labels, takes me to PayPal (sign in etc) then get the
>> item details, addresses etc. but there's no option for 2nd class post
>> on there any more (or maybe there never was - first time I've tried to
>> use it to keep buyer costs down).
>>
>> Ended up having to send the lot a 1st class. Fortunately no heavy
>> items so not a huge extra cost.
>>
>> Just checked and 2nd class is still an option when creating listings,
>> seems a bit misleading.
>>
>> Any ideas?
>
>Ebay want you to post everything 1st class so they don't allow 2nd. Sign up
>for online postage with RM, load up the account with a tenner, Robert's your
>dad's.
>
>Si
>
Thanks. Had a look at that, seems ok except you have to create your
own address labels, bit time consuming. Guess I'll just go back to
using 1st class.
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