Shipping an eBay Purchase

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Need to ship your new eBay purchase? We've got you covered.

uShip has partnered with eBay to take the hassle out of shipping large purchases like vehicles and motorcycles. Here's how it works.

1) Complete your purchase through eBay and connect with your seller to make sure your item is ready to ship, and that details like the transfer of paperwork are settled (vehicle title, bill of sale, etc.) You'll communicate these details to your service provider later.

2) Scroll down on the eBay listing to your shipping and payments tab to enter your delivery zip code. If you're shipping a vehicle, you'll see instantly bookable shipping quotes. For all other categories, you'll see an estimate and the opportunity to select Get Shipping Quotes.

Click this to automatically import your eBay purchase details to uShip. From here, you can create your listing to start an auction or name your offer price. You should start receiving bids from feedback-rated service providers in no time.

Alternatively, you can go straight to uShip.com, click Ship, and paste your eBay listing URL to import your purchase details into a new listing.

3) Choose your service provider, book, and pay for shipping directly through uShip.

4) Get in touch with your service provider, who'll transport your item from door to door.

It's important to make sure the eBay item you purchased has been paid for, and prepared for shipping, before you book with a service provider. Remember, it's up to the buyer and seller to work out these details, as uShip is not involved in the payment or purchase of eBay items.

All set? Great! You can create an account, and list your shipment to start receiving quotes from service providers for your shipment!

Still have questions? Feel free to contact our Member Support team for more information.

 

 

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