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Written by Jim Edwards

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As a veteran of hundreds of successful transactions, she gave me this eBay buying advice, which I now pass to you, my new bargain hunting friend:

Check Feedback - Every seller receives public feedback from past buyers. Carefully check this feedback and pay special attention to any negative comments. Look for trends and volume of negative comments. You should avoid sellers with lots of negative feedback, especially recent bad behavior indicating a decline in service.

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Shipping Charges & Insurance - Before bidding, find out exactly how much it costs to ship an item to ensurerepparttar 116321 seller doesn't inflaterepparttar 116322 shipping charges to add profit. Though you must pay for it, always insist on shipping insurance for one-of-a-kind, fragile or expensive items.

Payment - Make sure you know howrepparttar 116323 seller accepts payment and how it affects product delivery time. Some sellers won't ship your product until after your check clears.

Overall, eBay makes a great place to find bargains for both home and business if you shop carefully and use common sense to avoid any obvious pitfalls.

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Written by Pat Redmond

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