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  1. 5 points
    I agree with TechnoPro I have the same experiences and I do not appreciate the extra work now involved. I have already got an snc that requires more paperwork to "PROVE" my case. To me it is an excuse to claim commission if you don't have the time to "PROVE" every snc is valid. There is no benefit to us as sellers but certainly there is benefit for Bidorbuy keeping all commissions unless you spend your time to claim it back. I
  2. 3 points
    Stop trolling. If you want to praise the new fee structure you are welcome to start your own thread.
  3. 3 points
    Still ignoring my question. Penalize the sellers that inflate shipping costs. Don't penalize someone like me that has no other option than to use a 3rd party courier at R111 per flyer. Email me Johan, and I will show you my courier account invoices. Now you want me to either lose money, or lose buyers because now R120 sounds ridiculous to a prospective buyer. I've been here 12 years. Bidorbuy made 6 figures out of me in the past 12 months. Look at my account. Does my opinion count for anything? Now you want to basically double my success fees (including the ridiculous final sales value) because I'm a jewellery seller?
  4. 3 points
    Guys just a headsup, in the grand scheme of things almost no one is on this forum. If you want to get attention to this outrageous increase you need to spread it on Facebook, Twitter etc, any platform outside of Bidorbuy where it will get wide exposure including in the media and to the public. Go forth and disseminate the info!!
  5. 2 points
    Sometimes it goes even beyond, buyer responds / appeals to SNC saying they are planning to pay and they are given further time and still doesn't pay. We are forced to keep the item for over 15 days and end up losing the selling opportunity during that period.
  6. 2 points
    The coins all have messages & themes regarding empty promises like freedom for this and rights for that etc etc. It's a pity the SA Mint don't issue a coin with the message "STOP CORRUPTION" and let the government use the income of the coin-sales to actually do something about their endless empty promises ...
  7. 2 points
    Sellers have to buy boxes , paper , tape , printing paper for shipping labels , ink for printers , and bubble wrap plastic etc SAPO , POSTNET charges according to size of box and weight . Now Bid or buy is also charging sellers for a service on shipping they do not provide. If they want to charge they must start their own shipping company. Sellers will have to keep all the above in mind . Bid or Buy success fee almost doubled 1 March 2018 plus this charge on shipping. If Bid or Buy does not reconsider. Sellers will have to increase selling prices and shipping cost which will most probably result into less sales.
  8. 2 points
    I add my concerns to the growing list of consternation at BidorBuys total disregard for Sellers, buyers and the general culture and market place of this South Africa. Introducing American Ebay thievery on shipping charges is an absolute disgrace and in my opinion has not been thought through carefully. Business should be a win win situation for all concerned. As I now see it, us sellers would appear to be working for the sole benefit of BidorBuy. ie BOB is the only winner here and has placed sellers and as a result buyers into a loss situation. Although I have no problem with a reasonable increase in commission charged on items, almost doubling it is tantamount to daylight robbery and as mentioned corporate greed. Where is your moral grounding BOB. Our market place too is a far cry from that of the American one. Ebay has a high buyer base, first world country, our culture etc, very different. Factors that have been clearly disregarded. Instead of taking good ideas from other markets you take the worst of them. Your selling of how much you are giving to us (no fee on cash deposit, no fee on credit card) does not gel with me as the percentage of buyers whom fall into that category is nominal. I believe from the shipping point of view, the majority of sellers have been above board in trying to keep shipping to a roaring hum and just covering cost, which is what BOB has always advocated. Naturally there will always be those that transgress. Well to that I say pull finger and get them in line and DO NOT lay it on those of us with integrity. Us, whom are already struggling in a difficult economy and market place. Talk about kicking the dog when it is down. WE SHOULD BE IN THIS TOGETHER TO WEATHER THE ECONOMIC STORM. I think we should all be studying the consumer protection act on comms on shipping. What service do you give on shipping Bob?? that warrants charging?? Shipping is between my client, myself and the person delivering on that service. Shame, shame and shame on you. SELLERS SIGN THE PETITION that I believe is a link on Deonrick. Stand firm, stand together, because we do have a voice. Mel
  9. 2 points
    The gripe I really have is the postage.We must now fork out the difference while Bidorbuy take a portion of the postage and we pay for it. That it really pushing it.Why not charge a flat rate for all catergories instead of hitting antiques and other catorgories with 8,75 % which are the most difficult to source.To move stock I did a market in december and R5500.00 on the day which cost me R50 and petrol to town.I will have to think about markets on a regular basis now to make up all the discrepancies.
  10. 2 points
    I tend to agree that something like this would be more palatable then the current increase. Sadly though, whilst Johan initially engaged with the community - he has now gone silent! The days when bob would engage with their customers (think back to when Cuan was the operations manager) seem to be a thing of the past. I also think back to the time when this forum was very active - there was a lot of love for bidorbuy by the community. Talking to sellers today, that love has all but evaporated. Imagine for a moment if every seller on the site increased their prices by the same percentage as bidorbuy are doing......... sales would totally dry up. If the sellers concerns are not addressed with some sincerity by bidorbuy, I fear that irreversible damage will be done. I do hope that the issue can be resolved as it would be a sad day for everyone to see both sellers leaving the site and bidorbuy losing the revenue from those sellers.
  11. 2 points
  12. 2 points
    Antiques are becoming more and more hard to source .We do not have a source to go to when we require more stock I for one pay R1700.00 per insertion for advertising and have to recoup that before I see a profit.The public are demanding more and more for collectors items because they check prices online.I need to move away from this antique business and have started selling on Takealot to compensate.Bidorbuy are making the most difficult business category on Bidorbuy more difficult for us by charging 8,75 %. Why ?? because these categories have the largest amount of listings
  13. 1 point
    https://www.paxi.co.za/ This is so good for rural areas, good pricing and collection/send point at all pep branches.
  14. 1 point
    Once a buyer completes order and pays via credit card - Buyer receives an email stating "seller is notified about payment and seller needs to accept payment". Please see attachment which Bidorbuy sends out to buyers. However seller never receives any email about payment, Buyer starts chasing about shipping while seller is unaware of payment. Bidorbuy sends a separate email to buyer asking for ID etc for verification and once it is sent verification can take up to 48 hours. I suggest that the communication sent out to buyers should state that - "Once verification is done sellers will be notified about payment". This will avoid buyers chasing for items before a credit card payment is notified / accepted. Atleast 50% of credit card payments I had to intervene and assist buyers stating verification process etc., this is becoming a routine.
  15. 1 point
    Willie Ras from Mosselbay (Wilize) passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on 8 October. He has a 100% positive feedback as both a buyer and seller on BidorBuy, so I have informed BoB Management about the situation and asked them not to allow any negative ratings for non fulfillment of sales (I think there might have been one or two sales not completed) He would certainly have honored all transactions if he was still alive as is shown by his track record on BidorBuy since joining in 2014. Both me and BOB management have tried to make contact with the family but there is no response. If someone knows the family personally and have other ways of communicating with them, please contact me. Pierre
  16. 1 point
    Very sad news. He always had excellent raw coins that were affordable and was a true asset to the hobby. Deepest sympathy to his loved ones.
  17. 1 point
    Please Be Careful With A Person Selling Art By The Bame Of Paranovalty, He Is The Brother Of A Mrs. Rosa Jonker, That Was Linked To Vader And Had A Case Of Forgery Against Her.
  18. 1 point
    I think that what was in the past was in the past. Apartheid had a horrific effect on the majority of the population, with the bitter fruit being that the pendulum has now swung the other way and today post-apartheid has seen the legal marginalisation of the minority. To my mind, two wrongs have never made a right. The old South African flag is meaningless to me and many others, and I do not see any reason to either defend it or to obliterate its presence everywhere. However, this flag was the symbol of the State of a time which is now history. One cannot teach the children of today regarding the terrible wrongs that were done under apartheid if facts and features of that era are hidden in a fog of Orwellian knowing-ignorance and forgetfulness. Re coins and notes (and stamps), they do not harm anybody. Add the presence of the old flag on such numismatic material and you have a simple curiosity, a symbol of a dreadful past out of the ashes of which rose the hopes of an entire nation for a bright new future - free of the shackles of racism and discrimination and a wish for prosperity for all. So "no" - I do not see anything wrong in collecting such numismatic material.....
  19. 1 point
    "Because of the total devastation of the twin towers there is virtually nothing left. The few items that have been salvaged will be part of the memorial at the site of the former towers. But remarkably there was a Comex vault located in the basement of the World Trade Center that contained around two hundred million dollars of gold and silver bullion that survived. On the night of November 1, 2001 as the work proceeded on the ground zero clean up the workers made their way to the vault and with little fanfare a caravan of Brinks armored trucks hauled the bullion to another Comex vault. There were Silver, Gold & Platinum American Eagles as well as a few South African KRUGER RANDS, CANADIAN MAPLE LEAVES, AUSTRALIAN NUGGETS, BRITISH SOVEREIGNS, MEXICAN PESOS & A FEW OTHERS. Some of the silver eagles and a small amount of gold were sent directly to the Professional Coin Grading Service. These coins were sealed in their patented tamper resistant holders with a certificate of authentication certifying that the coin is one of the few that was excavated from the World Trade Center site."
  20. 1 point
    Interesting. Thanks to all the participants. This can only be good for SA coin collecting.
  21. 1 point
    Good day A friend at work was kind enough to present me with my third 2018 Madiba R5.
  22. 1 point
    Hi Robert, A verbatim quote from the South African Reserve Bank Amendment Act, 1997 in particular Section 34 Offences and penalties. (1) Subject to the provisions of section 2 of the Prevention of Counterfeiting of Currency Act, 1965 (Act 16 of 1965), any person who- (a) forges, alters or unlawfully issues a note of the Bank or something purporting to be a note of the Bank, or any coin; (b) utters, tenders or accepts any such note or a coin which has been forged, altered or unlawfully issued, knowing it to be forged, altered or unlawfully issued; (c) without the authority of the Bank, engraves or makes upon any material whatsoever any words, figures, letters, marks, lines or devices the print whereof resembles in whole or in part any words, figures, letters, marks, lines or devices peculiar to and used in or upon any note of the Bank or any coin which is legal tender; (d) without the authority of the Bank, uses or knowingly has in his possession any material whatsoever upon which has been engraved or made any such words, figures, letters, marks, lines or devices; (e) contravenes the provisions of section 33; (f) wilfully defaces, soils or damages any note of the Bank, or writes or places any drawing thereon or attaches thereto anything in the nature of an advertisement, or wilfully defaces or damages any coin which is legal tender; (g) removes from the premises where coins are manufactured under this Act, without lawful authority or excuse, any matrix, master punch, die, collar, piercing and cutting tool, pattern or mould, or any other tool, machine, engine, instrument or thing used or employed in or in connection with the coining of coins, or any useful part of the several objects aforesaid, or any coin or bullion; (h) is found in possession of any blank or defective coin of the size, shape and metal composition of any coin of which the coining is authorized by this Act, and is unable to account satisfactorily for such possession; (i) fraudulently inserts or uses in a machine that vends merchandise or services or collects fares or tolls, anything that is intended to pass for the coin or the token of value that the machine is designed to receive in exchange for the merchandise, service, fare or toll, as the case may be; (j) sells, exchanges or otherwise disposes of any metal reproduction of any gold coin contemplated in Schedule 2, or uses the word 'Krugerrand', 'Natura' or 'Protea', or any derivative thereof or any combination thereof with any other word in the furtherance of the sale, exchange or disposal in any other manner of such a reproduction or of any metal article of commerce; [Para. (j) substituted by s. 10 of Act 2 of 1996.] (k) without the written approval of the Department of Finance, intentionally destroys, melts down, dissolves in any dissolvent, breaks up or damages a coin that has been issued under section 11 of the South African Mint and Coinage Act, 1964 (Act 78 of 1964), or under section 14 of this Act, or removes any such coin out of the Republic, or causes or permits it to be so removed, with the purpose of so dealing with it or causing it to be so dealt with outside the Republic; or (l) sells or disposes of any coin issued as contemplated in paragraph (k), knowing or suspecting that such coin is to be dealt with in a manner constituting an offence under paragraph (k), shall be guilty of an offence and liable on conviction- Kind regards Andries
  23. 1 point
    Quote "Buyer purchases item in December 2017, but places negative rating in October 2018 with the reason being that item was dead on arrival." How is this possible when we cannot rate after 3 months--Look at any item sold 3 or more months ago and the rating link is closed
  24. 1 point
    There are almost certainly somewhat fewer than 1000 1965 Afrikaans cents but given that the collector base (as opposed to financial buyer "investors") in your country might number only 10,000, it might be enough for slightly less than one in 10, not exactly that difficult for most existing collectors to acquire it. It's actually a far more common and available coin in the quality most collectors want to buy than most Union and many ZAR. It is a relatively scarce coin in absolute numbers but it's a narrow scarcity, as there are many more with the English legend which makes it a minor sub-type similar to a die variety. It is also one of the most overpriced coins in the entire South African series given it's relative availability and it isn't in the same league as the 1931 silver. What other coins do you have in mind?
  25. 1 point
    I screen capture all payout requests (showing date and time requested). If my bidorbuy account doesn't reflect the payout by 2pm I phone them. We shouldn't have to do this...
  26. 1 point
    It is unrealistic to expect sellers to contact you for every issue like this. Yesterday I spent 30 minutes trying to convince Laurence in your finance department that I am not trying to steal R 18.81 from you. I called from my mobile so you can imagine how much that cost me. Expecting buyers to make multiple payments for one delivery is madness. Buyers will simply buy somewhere less complicated.
  27. 1 point
    I would really like a reply on this situation and what BOB is doing to resolve this,i have another 2 orders where this has happened again even after advising buyers to make seperate payments ,we are ignored as usual . As i said before i cannot be only seller this happens to so BOB must be sitting on lots of duplicated fees from sellers. Please advise anyone at bob??is there a solution to stopping this happening?? neil
  28. 1 point
    New way for Bob to earn more interest on our money Has anyone else noticed that when the final order fee is charged (which includes the commission on shipping), that is is a nice some of money. This is deducted immediately from other paid orders in your bobpay account, even before the buyer pays for their order. So payouts take longer to accumulate and all the while Bidorbuy is earning interest on the Sellers money because that interest is gained from other sales that were paid for. Unpaid auctions are costing us lost interest. We are paying interest in advance of even receiving payment from the buyer! Such a good idea for Bidorbuy.
  29. 1 point
    After a long absence from the FORUM I have been checking out what people are posting about. I see that ADMIN is posing as POLICE. Really?!! Why? Even if ADMIN is 'Laying down the law' I find it totally unnecessary for them to POSE as POLICE. It is a very crude intimidation tactic if not downright illegal. Or perhaps ADMIN now has their own Police Station ...
  30. 1 point
    Shipping for a book to France: Small books by small packet air mail = R40.00 per 100g (up to 2Kg) & registration of R36.95 Books by parcel post = R222.30 rate per parcel +R18.35 per 100g An average book of +/- 1kg will cost about R400.00 Registered small packet is preferable as it is a secure service whilst parcel post has no special security & is extremely heavy duty and rough. Tracking of both parcels and registered by SAPO is shoddy and unreliable despite the high costs. SAPO customer service and response to enquiries is non-existent. Make sure you pay by PayPal to protect your purchase money. You might pay as the invoice suggests R60.00. I warrant that the seller will very quickly contact you if the thing is more than 100gms in weight.
  31. 1 point
    Thank you Mike I truly appreciate this For those that are new to this forum - here are my take on Ann's research Morgan's financial and moral supportive patronage are virtually unheard off in our country when it comes to Numismatic research. He is truly Morgan-the-Brave and so many of us salute him for this support. A thousand pats on the back Morgan! Pierre
  32. 1 point
    Maybe we must ask Johan or Andries to open a second Numismatic category The first one (Coins et al for Numismatists & Collectors) is for collectors who are interested in coins, notes & medallions The second one (Show me the Money) is for those who who are primarily interested in prices and what this or that coin sold for and how bad this or that coin investment was. The second category is killing this forum Pierre
  33. 1 point
    TO date since new fee structure my fees have increased by 66%-1 march to 4 march- No savings as no cc payments,all were bob eft,direct eft or voucher payment which did not incur charges anyway..........
  34. 1 point
    A point about charging a commission on shipping is that if I offer different shipping options at different rates the commission payable will differ depending on which option the buyer chooses. So to use my own shipping example I pay commission of R2.49 if the buyer chooses post office delivery, but if they choose the Aramex option I pay R6.89, for the same order. That makes it preferable to me for the buyer to choose post office as I would be saving R4.40. Basically it is then costing me extra in commissions to bob if I offer more secure, quicker and more convenient courier options. I charge what it costs me plus between R4 and R6 for stationary on the various options which means I am charging only what I have to charge as set by the courier and not extra. Other sellers who sell a wider variety of items of different shapes and sizes may even see a far greater difference between commissions payable on their shipping options. Perhaps another reason why commission on shipping is unfair and should be relooked at?
  35. 1 point
    It is not my fault your system only pulls stock quantities and prices once a day. I do not solely trade on bidorbuy, my main site is updated to the minute with stock levels. Having over 14 000 product codes, with +-6000 in stock at any given time, it is impossible for me to go and individually check each and every item listed on bidorbuy to confirm if it is still in stock. " if the seller is at fault for the transaction failing." - Definitely not my actions, but that of bidorbuy. You say 2, I count 5 13410264 13574789 13596404 13625800 13769560 All of these clients were contacted and informed the very minute the sale took place. Funniest of all, these SNC's were all completed and accepted a while back, only to all be retracted at once. And on another point, please also speak to Xolani who was the person in charge of setting up my feed, and just ask him how many times I had to contact you guys because of errors you made on your side. Once I even gave Xolani temporary access to my site (what a mistake that was) so he could inspect the setup I had, only for him to completely break my site, and cause hours of downtime. But I will keep all of this on record for you.
  36. 1 point
    Antiques are becoming more and more hard to source .We do not have a source to go to when we require more stock I for one pay R1700.00 per insertion for advertising and have to recoup that before I see a profit.The public are demanding more and more for collectors items because they check prices onlineApart from that I have to commute all over the Peninsula for stock .I need to move away from this antique business and have started selling on Takealot to compensate.Bidorbuy are making the most difficult business category on Bidorbuy more difficult for us by charging 8,75 %. Why ?? because these categories have the largest amount of listings
  37. 1 point
    And absolute silence from Bid or Buy, which is no different to slapping us sellers in the face with a big F@#K YOU Absolutely disgraceful way to treat their customers
  38. 1 point
    I agree with the other sellers. We are not going to sit back and tolerate this. The sellers on Bid or Buy have been kicked around for long enough. This is where it STOPS!!! A kicked dog will only take so many kicks before it turns around and bites the foot doing the kicking. Well this dog (the sellers as a collective) have been kicked by BoB for the last time. Now we will BITE!!! We will fight this until our demands are met. We will not lie down on this matter, as this will put us out of business and affect people's livelihoods which is where the line must be drawn. I agree 100% with BEST BARGAINS FOR ALL that those should be our demands, and that those demands are 100% reasonable. I propose a march to Bid or Buy's offices (for all Gauteng sellers and any others who can make it) to hand in a memorandum of our demands to Bid or Buy's CEO and to have him address our demands to our faces. I have also opened a petition for this matter, and I urge all sellers on BoB to sign this petition, and also encourage all of your buyers to sign as well, as this issue will also affect them indirectly due to the cost increases the sellers will need to implement to cover Bid or Buy's new policy of robbery. Forward the petition link to everyone you know and ask them to take a couple of minutes of their time to sign the petition. I have used the demands as set out by BEST BARGAINS FOR ALL as the basis for the petition, as I think all will agree the demands there are reasonable and are what we are looking for. The petition link is https://www.gopetition.com/petitions/demands-for-just-treatment-of-sellers-on-bidorbuycoza.html
  39. 1 point
    I agree fully - will not be selling on BidOrBuy again if these fees remain. In a time where everything is already so darn expensive and rising each day, this is just not acceptable. Obviously the rich want to get richer!!
  40. 1 point
    Hi Serthentia Sales, Unfortunately I do not have any input on this (not something I have a say in), hence the no reply. Please stick to posting in the current thread and do not open new threads in other categories about the same issue. Thank you for your understanding. Kind regards Andries
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    Mike Klee asks a very interesting question regarding the silver Scheepjesgulden that was sent to the Cape in 1803 and introduced in 1806 here as the first coins struck specifically for South Africa (Cape of Good Hope). “For a coinage that was in circulation, what happened to them all? Why aren't they found by metal-detectorists” Let me start off by saying that finding (metal detecting) ANY pre-Victorian coins in South Africa is a rare occurrence. (However, I must state that we are not talking about shipwrecked coins – they are fairly frequently found by underwater detectorists) Coins from the first quarter of the 1800s and earlier, are seldom found on dry land here. The few that I have found I could count on the fingers of one hand. My oldest was a Charles I Rose Farthing that was interestingly enough struck before Jan van Riebeeck landed at the Cape in 1652. I have also found a Dutch India Company Doit from the late 1600s or early 1700s and a 1797 Cartwheel Penny. So I have never found a silver coin dating from the period of the VOC/ Dutch occupation of the Cape (pre 1806) and even the fairly common Georgian silver coins from 1816 to 1836 were only found on the rarest of occasions – I may have found two or three. And it was not due to a lack of trying - I have detected with friends from 1997 till around 2012 on a weekly basis – sometimes we would go out twice a week and during holidays every single day finding literarily 1000s upon 1000s of coins over the period. Our detectors were set to discriminate against modern “clad” coins, so the nickel coins minted after 1964 and the cladded coins minted after 1989, were not even dug up by us But between the whole group of us (we were about 20 metal detectorists searching in the Western Cape at that time – mostly the beaches - but also other sites from time to time) pre-Victorian coins were seldom found and called for a glass of Champagne when a strike was indeed made. Obviously, in a country like England, pre-Victorian coins are found on a daily basis by hundreds of detectorists – but at the Cape in the olden days, things seem to be not the same… Here is a picture of me joining an American & Canadian group of metal detectorists on a detecting trip to England a few years ago (2010 I think) – but that is obviously a different story …
  43. 1 point
    How do I block adds, or sellers if I have no interest in the items they are selling. If I, for example, sort "lowest price" under ''new'' I get thousands of adds featuring stamps and seeds and little electronic parts and so on that I have no interest in. We do not all want the same things- I get that, but adds that spam up my search filters make these searches useless in my opinion. A simple solution would be to give me the option of hiding adds from certain sellers, so I can actually find the items / sellers that do interest me. Finding what I want quicker may make me buy more, instead of just giving up after looking through irrelevant adds for hours.
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  45. 1 point
    Hi Yvonne First the post office caused a delay. Then your parcel finally arrived at your local post office and was not collected. Then I had to resend it to you which I did at my own cost in the interest of customer service. And you did receive the rings. I know you were angry but the South African Post Office is who you should have been very angry with. Kindest regards Mark
  46. 1 point
    Finally managed to get all permitted 15 images in my ad.
  47. 1 point
    The abolity to add a video to a listing, as is possible in the majority of auction sites, would be a very useful feature. Bid or Buy would not need to host the video itself, the option could easily be added via a standard IFRAME. That way the video could be hosted on YouTube or similar website, and will be embedded in the listing. This will be especially useful for gemstone listings where a buyer can see a video of the stone to show the fire and sparkle of the stone. It should be a very simple modification to the site to allow an HTML iframe to be included in the listing.
  48. 1 point
    Hi Eddie Hope you having a good day. I have sent you a email to get you setup as an international seller. From the looks of the listed items I can see they very interesting designs.
  49. -1 points
    I would check for you if you give me all the order numbers. If you have a look at the billing statement there are conditions under which we allow for the filing of a Sale not complete. SNC's should only be filed if the buyer is the cause of the transaction not being completed, like if they never pay for an item and they are not contactable or if they have buyers remorse. However if the seller is at fault for the transaction failing like for example listing items for sale that they do not have in stock then we would not credit the sale fees because the transaction did not fail as a result of the buyer's actions. I had a quick look through the orders and from what I can see one or two sales were retracted. From what I can see is the orders were cancelled because they could not be supplied and then the SNC's were filled. In cases like this we would retract the fees because the item was advertised, we found a buyer, the buyer paid and then the seller could not deliver, so the buyer can not be deemed to be at fault for this transaction being cancelled. But please send the order numbers through and I can take a closer look for you.
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