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View Poll Results: How many days should an auction house wait to ship items after payment has cleared?
1 day 53 31.74%
2 days 51 30.54%
3-5 days 43 25.75%
6 days to 10 days 17 10.18%
11 days to 14 days 2 1.20%
15 days to 21 days 0 0%
22-30 days 0 0%
31+ days 1 0.60%
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Old 11-27-2011, 09:16 PM
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Rick - I believe that most of the major auction houses charge a BP that is greater than 17% these days.
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Old 11-27-2011, 09:31 PM
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Since this is 2011, I can't understand why auction houses don't accept credit and debit cards and Paypal. 17% BP plus high shipping charges should cover the fees. Most businesses wouldn't survive using the old, outdated, time consuming payment methods. Who uses checks anymore? Send me an invoice by email and I will pay it within 5 minutes using PayPal or a debit card and my item can be shipped right away.
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I think auction houses would love to get paid right away and could live with the ~.03% fee, but they are afraid of paypal or credit cards, because of the possibility of reversing a charge. They want all the power if a dispute should arise.

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Old 11-27-2011, 10:00 PM
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What iggyman said +1, except that I think the fees are ~3% as opposed to ~.03%.
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Old 11-29-2011, 11:19 AM
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Default Auction house shipping?

I've done business with most of them and rate Legendary the quickest to ship and Heritage, by far, the slowest.
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Old 11-29-2011, 11:40 AM
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I've done business with most of them and rate Legendary the quickest to ship and Heritage, by far, the slowest.
The Heritage vs SCP test - shipping

I won fairly large card lots from Heritage on November 10/11, and from SCP on Nov 19 (8 day head start for Heritage). Paid for both with cashier's checks. Heritage received their check on Nov 18 and has not yet shipped. SCP's lots are scheduled to arrive tomorrow.

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Heritage - responded to one email, stating that they received my check on Nov 22 and would ship in 7-10 days plus additional time due to the holidays. The signed tracking slip said otherwise: Nov 18.
SCP - timely shipping, so guess I'll never know - sounds like a pretty good business model.

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Old 11-29-2011, 04:05 PM
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I called up Heritage yesterday to ask about my order that I paid 7 days ago and they almost laughed me telling me it'll probably not go out until late next week. I realize thanksgiving is in there, but when you pay via paypal it's instant and shouldn't take 2-3 weeks to deliver. That's why Goodwin / Legendary get a lot of my business - fast shipping and great customer service. They can't even use the excuse that they have a lot of items to ship out, their magazine is the same size at REA and they shipped the same day.
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