To eBay or not to eBay
- February 22, 2009 at 3:13 am #9311kayherboldParticipant
This is about the Stuff for Sale – I can go to eBay if I want to shop there. I choose not to do that. Is there a way to sort out the eBay stuff so one does not have to wade through eBay repetitions?
Thanks.February 23, 2009 at 12:06 am #11145Pam BParticipant
be specific with your requests. For example if you put stained glass in, you get everything but if you put stained glass supplies scrap dichroic glass it will narrow your search. Also… always always check the seller’s rating to see the comments on their products and service. Be very cautious from ordering from someone with a little track record. I would also input oldest to newest if you do not want to wait as long.
Good luck it is a jungle in there,
PamFebruary 26, 2009 at 3:56 pm #11146kimshiParticipant
I have found a few great deals when I intentionally misspell my search words….. Try it and you may be suprised what you find. Also Craigslist can be a very affordable way of picking up supplies. Good luck!
kimshiFebruary 27, 2009 at 10:52 pm #11147kayherboldParticipant
Thanks for the responses – however, I did not make my question very clear. I don’t want to shop on eBay, I like to see what is available on other sights. When I go to the “Stuff for Sale” on THIS website, why do I have to wade through eBay stuff?
I have been burned by stuff on eBay, and choose not to go that route. But, it would sure be nice to be able to depend on this website to have some original items for sale.
Thanks.February 28, 2009 at 2:51 am #11148AnonymousInactiveMarch 30, 2009 at 5:52 am #11149amsParticipant
They mean that when you click on an item for sale in the Stuff for Sale section, the link takes you to the eBay site.
Hope that helps!
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