Was thinking of using them for eBay. What fees percentages do they take?COMC. They finally got it back together the past 6 months and with the ability to auction through them on ebay it’s been a no brainer for me. They do 90% of the work and i have access to a lot of what I’m after.
Rob,I hate eBay, both for buying and selling.
I sell here on occasion, buy here fairly often. My favorite place to sell is local shows. For a $30 table fee, I get in person interaction with collectors and cash in hand. There are several folks that will look for me first, because I trade for things I know they like.
I noticed recently that Sportlots has started adding sales tax to my totals. I have only bought cards from there and have never sold anything. I am about 99% sure that they did not do that before.
Also if you receive payments via goods and services that total over $600 through Paypal, Venmo, etc.
If you keep all your receipts from buying supplies and boxes of cards you can use those to right off expenses.I have sold on The Bench, which I prefer to avoid the eBay fee. I haven't sold anything in 9 months, because I got a 1099-K form from Ebay for 2020. I don't want to be paying taxes on something I have spent thousands of dollars on to obtain. And I definitely want to avoid the Social Security tax. I do plan to put up some things for sale in the next few months. First on The Bench. Maybe on Facebook, and lastly on eBay.