Suppose congratulations are in order, your item has sold!

 

Once the buyer has finalized the checkout and payment is cleared, you will receive an email confirming the successful sales. In the mail you will find a shipping address where to send the package. Make sure you’ll ship it out in maximum 3 working days, buyers are usually rather impatient :)

 

For packing the same rule applies everywhere – pack the item as pretty as you like to receive it! Sweet notes are definitely a welcome addition ;) Some tips about packing are found HERE.

 

When it comes to packing, please pay special attention to following:

 

  • If the item sold is fragile, do pack it so that it won’t get damaged during delivery

 

  • Make sure that all the additions (belts, accessories etc) that are described in the listing, are included in the package.

 

  • When selling garment items, check the stains or unwanted substances so that the appearance of the item is as stated in the listing.

 

 

For Estonian sellers and buyers:

 

  • Pack the sold item as pretty as you’d like to receive it.
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  • Add all the relevant information to the package.
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  • We suggest you use Omniva or SmartPost parcel machines. Don’t forget to print out the tracking number, because all the packages must be tracked.
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  • Go to your account dashboard and choose from the right-side block “My Items Sold”, click on “view order” and scroll down to add tracking information. After that, scroll up and click on the button “Ship”. After that you are all set.
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    For International transactions:

     

  • Pack the sold item as pretty as you’d like to receive it.
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  • Add all the relevant information to the package.
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  • Send the package using the service provider who is able to send the package with tracking number.
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  • Go to your account dashboard and choose from the right-side block “My Items Sold”, click on “view order” and click on the upper-side button “Ship”. Add the tracking information and you are all set.
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    Last updated 1st April 2019