Why is better to choose Paypal if you are an eBay seller

Unfortunately, really often happen that a buyer doesn’t want to pay an item won on a eBay auction. This can happen from newbies most but even from ebayer with a lot of feedback.
eBay system doesn’t offer equal treatment for buyers and sellers, a rule implemented in the last years blocks the seller’s opportunity to leave a negative feedback to a incorrect buyer. 
This mean that the buyers “always falls standing”, if they don’t pay an item the most that can happen to them is to have a non-payment strike and the other sellers will still see 100% positive feedback about that ebuyer. Where is the sellers protection? 
Just if they get 2 non-payment strike the sellers can exclude these ebayers from their auctions.

What to do if an ebayer doesn’t pay the item won in auction?

  • You need to wait 48 hours before you can open an “unpaid item case” and max in 32 days, after the listing has ended.
  • You can close the case after 4 days you opened it, if there is no communication with the buyer.
In the moment you open an unpaid item case, the buyer can’t leave you a feedback. This mean that technically your feedbacks are protected. But if the payment transaction chosen by the seller is not Paypal there could be other annoyances:

If the buyer pays using one of eBay's approved electronic payment methods (PayPal, credit card, ProPay, or Skrill), we close the case automatically. If the buyer uses another payment method, you need to go to My eBay and mark the item as paid manually.

Some buyer wants to play the crafty ones, they claim to have paid when it is not. By using Paypal all this can be avoided because the transaction is controlled directly from eBay.

Why this blog is updated once a year or more

Sorry guys, the main reason it's because I've to work everyday on other projects more important. This is my very first blog, when I started with blogger (7 years ago) I was enthusiast of the tecniques about "How to make money online", now that this is my real job, even if I have not gained considerable sums yet, the time to dedicate to MMB became day after day very limited, let's say close to ZERO.

"Ubi maior minor cessat", as said the Latins. Summer is here and I'm trying to find a reason to keep this blog just for the sake of old memories. Let's try something, if I can't update at least another time this blog before the end of the year I give up, it will be given to someone else.


Happy holidays to everyone.

Pop Up Displays, simple, fast and efficient way to gain attention

If you need something practical, easy to carry, of various sizes and shapes and that sets up in less than ten minutes (without the use of tools) for the inauguration of a shop, a presentation, an exhibition, a conference or any event that requires a portable display wall: pop up displays are ideal for any areas in general.

Pop up trade show displays are made essentially of a trellis frame bracket, magnetic bars for vertical mounting of graphic panels, the panels themselves, the adhesive tape applied to the back of each panel and the light system. The graphic panels are flexible and made of laminated photographic paper or PVC. If graphic ready, the panels are made of fabric on which you can apply logos and posters with simple velcro.

Being flexible, trade show pop up are wrapped and stored for easy transport. On the back of each panel are applied hooks and flexible magnetic strips on the sides to fix the panels to the frame. All the pop up booths structure (including graphic panels, light system and magnetic bars) is easily transportable in one container, if necessary, this container can also be used as a desk if covered with tissue or graphic panel too. The container has wheels and handles for easy moving.

How much can cost a pop up display? It depends on the shape, size and structure. For example, a Pop Up 3x3 has 3 modules of frame in both height and width, while a 3x4 has 3 modules in height and 4 modules in width.