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I used to use ebay - alas no more...
Scotchwhiskyauction looks good but expensive
is there anywhere else...
I need to recoup on my investments!!!
the only problem is it doesnt allways work
you ask buyers to contact you about what your selling it sometimes works as ebay are a bit thick
there are plenty of places to sell do goggle search but read all the small print first and make sure you read the post office rules for sending alcahol
best of luck
whiskybid and delux you send the bottles yourself but you cant send worlwide so you have a reduced audience so probably not such a good price
i did ask for comments about various whisky auctions but got none
slim_chanse wrote:Scotchwhiskyauctions take 10%!! Beware of dubious traders giving false information! not naming any names
As I mentioned on a previous post, reading comprehension is a useful skill.
SWA takes 10% from buyer plus 10% from seller = 20% NET fees, which is exactly what I wrote.
Beware of sellers hyping their goods.
Whiskyauction.com is about the same. A little cheaper because of the VAT. And whiskyauction give small concessions for having a number of bottles in the auction. It's harder to get whiskies to whiskyauction because of the postage situation.
But SWA are pretty good. I would recommend them as they achieve some pretty high prices. Unfortunately, though, they don't insure shipments - a downside for buyers. It's at your own risk.
If a bottle sells for £100=10% com= £10 + vat 20%.
total for buyer or seller=£12
Does not include the listing fee for the seller, £3 no reserve, £4 with reserve.
same £100 bottle would be = £21.60
Not sure if they charge to list, guess they do.
I would not use them for selling, had some bad issues with them in the past.
I still sell the odd bottle on ebay, with no issues, slight hassle with shipping but if you do some research it is not a problem.
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