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Topic # 123332 3-Jul-2013 18:54
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I was wondering if you can sell 'the right to buy' an item on wheedle
Or
Sell an item for $20 and charge $400 door postage meaning the total value is 420

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  Reply # 848923 3-Jul-2013 19:55
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there's only one way to find out

chances are it will be covered under a blanket fee avoidance terms and condition and if someone reports it then you will be banned

but there's only one way to find out

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  Reply # 848929 3-Jul-2013 20:06
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Or maybe dont use the service if you dont want to pay the fees

Note I'm not defending the fees - they are too high IMHO, but you do have a choice

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  Reply # 849037 4-Jul-2013 06:54
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you should re-title this thread, Can I steal from Trademe.

On the adding higher postage, it is against their terms and conditions and if I see it I report it.

For the other, I doubt that you would own that not have the right to sell it.

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Reply # 849066 4-Jul-2013 08:56
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dickytim: you should re-title this thread, Can I steal from Trademe.

so true

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