Refunds are an inevitable element of selling on eBay. Even the most cautious retailers occasionally receive requests for returns since a buyer can do so for any reason.
Since eBay is less concerned with a seller’s ratings and more concerned with the service they provide to buyers, limiting returns is about more than protecting the seller’s rating and feedback score.
Receiving a different-than-advertised good is a common source of buyer outrage. Vendors should keep these guidelines in mind when making listings and sending packages to avoid these problems.
– Examining Inventory and Preparing to List
– Posting Clear, Precise, and Detailed Titles and Descriptions
– Avoid marketing commonly rejected items
– Capture extensive, close-up shots of the products.
– Focus on securely packing the products
– Authenticating Designer Products