- Joined Mar 13, 2014
You really can't stand the seller has to pay that shipping cost
They sent it to my paypal account.How is it paid out? Via PP? Because it was my understanding they don't accept PayPal for payment. So they gift it to you to avoid fees?
The shipping cost is taken out of your money before you get it. They give you a label to print. So you get to pay business price instead of individual. Unless of course you already a business shipping account.Yeah well...Like I said UPS ground can get quite pricy. I've still got multiple DS DMP VI/XI packs & CDP packs.
Makes me hesitant to list a lot of pairs on stockX because if a lot sell on a given day I could be looking at a shipping cost well into the hundreds.
Hence my hesitation.
Let us know how the selling experience goes. Were your shoes deadstock? I already put up a few shoes in my portfolio for the purpose of selling them. I have an adult financial decision that's coming and it's time for me to part with most of my collection. Some of my shoes I tried on once when I get them and a few random ones I have taken off the sticker size inside the shoe because I hate that they get stuck if you do wear them and they make a mess if you even try removing them afterwards . Unless I actually wore the shoes they are deadstock condition... I just hope because the sticker is missing they don't qualify it as deadstock.sold my first pair yesterday. let's see how this goes. have to say, the ground shipping to their facilities is annoying.
That's the only thing I hate about the site.
Well...I sold my first pair through the site. What a hassle free experience.. posted my shadow 1's this past Thursday night at a lower price than the last sale price and by Friday afternoon someone had bought them. After being sold I immediately got an email with everything laid out to me, the fees, shipping and the amount I was going to be paid out plus a button I can click to print out the shipping label. You have 2 business days to send them out. On Monday I put them in a box and dropped them at a UPS store... They received them this morning and authenticated them... and got my money through Paypal.
The same day my shadow 1's were sold I noticed there was a bid out for the playoffs 11 (2012) at good price.. Decided to sell them on Monday..expecting the same experience when they get them.
I honestly sold both sneakers at a higher price than I thought I was going to get for if I sold them through eBay.. I think the fee is a little high but it's a peace of mind to know that you're not going to get screwed by anyone.
The site right now seems to be great for really sought out sneakers or popular sneakers but I think some prices that people ask for some sneakers will make some people run away from the site. I hope it really catches on with a lot more people.
Seems like they're having trouble with flakers. Went to list some shoes and they're imposing a $25 fee for that now, or at least I didn't see that back when i first posted shoes.My experience:
Sold Yeezy 750 Boost - TB. When they paid me out via Paypal, I got hit with a 2.9% fee from Paypal since they sent the money for goods/services and not as a gift. I emailed StockX and they gave me some lame excuse of how they wanted to release my payment fast and that they would refund me. Had to email them a couple of times after that to finally get my refund.
Buying- Had two of my bids accepted by sellers but they both flaked and never shipped the sneakers.
If they have a business UPS account then the shipping label has all the info they would need. They probably add something to your box on their end when it arrives.Another question I had was, I think they should give you some type of receipt with a reference number to print put and put it in the box before you ship it to them. I found it weird and unprofessional for them to just send you a label and tell you to put the shoes in a box and ship it out. How do they keep track of who sends what (Besides the address on the return label) unless e's some type of document?