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Re: eBay: Global Postage Programme
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I'm still quite confused as to how eBay is displaying postage & packaging in listings that use the Global Postal Programme, within it's listings vs. externally.

Check these two images out. The first one shows the item displayed after searching i.e. "externally", before you actually view the specific listing. The postage is displayed as $35.15. However when you go into the listing the postage appears as $28.86. Ahh, add on the "Global Postal Programme" you say! But no --the GPP is estimated at $14.39 at this time, which would equal a total $43.25 in postage.

I don't get it.

BH

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Posted on: 2013/7/5 14:25
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Re: eBay: Global Postage Programme
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The search view can lag behind the item view. Maybe that is what you are seeing.

Posted on: 2013/7/5 15:09


Re: eBay: Global Postage Programme
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I don't think so, as it still looks like the above (both) today (--that would be quite a lag.) I'm just curious; and, obviously, annoyed --as I'd actually be bidding on some of these items, but won't while sellers use GPP.

BH

Posted on: 2013/7/6 5:41
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