[Date Prev][Date Next]   [Thread Prev][Thread Next]   [Date Index][Thread Index][Author Index]

Re: Selling stuff over the internet

Another option is Trade Direct at http://www.trade-direct.com. They seem a
little cheaper than tradesafe, but it's basically the same idea. (5% fee
for up to $1000, with a minimum of just $5). Also, they offer a pay by
credit card option, though there's an additional 3% charge for that.


At 10:17 AM 1/29/98 -0700, Scott Bullerwell wrote:
>Your buyer sends them the dough.  They hold it in escrow.  You send your
>buyer the merchandise.  They then have a short period of time to evaluate
>it and either send it back to you or keep it.  
>I've got a few friends who have used tradesafe more than once, and they're
>very happy with it.
>Scott Bullerwell
>> From: Ed Drake <ejmd@erols.com>
>> To: Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com
>> Subject: Selling stuff over the internet
>> Date: Thursday, January 29, 1998 09:36
>> I had a question for anybody out there in loopland. I have an ADA MC-1
>> controller for sale and I've had a response via the net, so I was
>> what is the best way to avoid being ripped off? I've heard that shipping
>> COD via one of the package carriers (UPS, Fed Ex, etc) is the best way
>> does anyone have advice or experiences they would like to share? Pardon
>> naivete concerning this.
>> Thanks!
>> Ed