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I wanted to list big brand accessories, all authentic. Will I be hit with a vero notice, and does eBay operate similar to Amazon, to were if you have verified invoices they will allow you to sell ?
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I wanted to list big brand accessories, all authentic. Will I be hit with a vero notice, and does eBay operate similar to Amazon, to were if you have verified invoices they will allow you to sell ?
If it's new account, then I dont recommend you do that
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I wanted to list big brand accessories, all authentic. Will I be hit with a vero notice, and does eBay operate similar to Amazon, to were if you have verified invoices they will allow you to sell ?
It is a game of roulette. But eventually, the bots will find you and smoke you with a violation.

As for your invoice question, ebay usually will vero you first and the email is a generated email with no return address. I'm sure people here have found a way to sell verified, but it is a huge headache and sometimes not do-able.
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It is a game of roulette. But eventually, the bots will find you and smoke you with a violation.

As for your invoice question, ebay usually will vero you first and the email is a generated email with no return address. I'm sure people here have found a way to sell verified, but it is a huge headache and sometimes not do-able.
If you are a authorized distributor, Amazon is actually better ?
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If you are a authorized distributor, Amazon is actually better ?
Probably if you can provide all the documents Amazon will ask for....
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Why do this? Pick something else.

If you're a distributor or legit seller of branded property it wouldn't even be a question, so you're obviously not, so it'll just be trouble.
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Why do this? Pick something else.

If you're a distributor or legit seller of branded property it wouldn't even be a question, so you're obviously not, so it'll just be trouble.
Never said I was, I asked a question. We have authorized invoices from these companies.
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Authorized invoices... I'm not even clear what that means in these terms.

If you were a licensed distributor authorized to resell specific branded products you wouldn't ask the question at all.

I've been a licensed distributor and retailer of various branded products. You either are or you aren't. No middle ground.

And resale is something covered when they grant distribution and resale rights, it's a part of what you pay for and often pay royalties on. In most cases it's a long and arduous and extremely expensive process.

So, no, you're going to get hammered.

And if I were a rights holder who paid dearly for those rights and jumped through endless hoops and was paying sky-high royalties I'd be the first one hammering you down to protect my own investment.
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Protect the investment - protect the brand.
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Authorized invoices... I'm not even clear what that means in these terms.

If you were a licensed distributor authorized to resell specific branded products you wouldn't ask the question at all.

I've been a licensed distributor and retailer of various branded products. You either are or you aren't. No middle ground.

And resale is something covered when they grant distribution and resale rights, it's a part of what you pay for and often pay royalties on. In most cases it's a long and arduous and extremely expensive process.

So, no, you're going to get hammered.

And if I were a rights holder who paid dearly for those rights and jumped through endless hoops and was paying sky-high royalties I'd be the first one hammering you down to protect my own investment.
Authorized invoice means invoices showing the product was purchase DIRECTLY from the brand. This is what I mean.
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Authorized invoice means invoices showing the product was purchase DIRECTLY from the brand. This is what I mean.
If you're not an authorized reseller, you can still get a VERO violation if brand notifies eBay.
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Meaningless. You get that when you buy at a store/outlet, it's called a 'sales receipt'.

I stand behind my previous point, if you have to ask, ( and it seems you do have to ask ) you aren't a licensed distributor or authorized reseller and if you sell more than one or two you're done, DOA, finished, toast.

Slice it, dice it, put whipped cream and a cherry on top and call it anything you like, pretend all you want, you're NOT licensed to re-sell.

They may or may not get you right away, but your days will be numbered. The more you sell the shorter a time you'll last.
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Since its new account you have to wait till 2/3 months. Other wise its to much risky
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Meaningless. You get that when you buy at a store/outlet, it's called a 'sales receipt'.

I stand behind my previous point, if you have to ask, ( and it seems you do have to ask ) you aren't a licensed distributor or authorized reseller and if you sell more than one or two you're done, DOA, finished, toast.

Slice it, dice it, put whipped cream and a cherry on top and call it anything you like, pretend all you want, you're NOT licensed to re-sell.

They may or may not get you right away, but your days will be numbered. The more you sell the shorter a time you'll last.
I know the difference. I received a "Invoice" from the brand which is dated, signed and confirmed, not a "sales receipt". Didn't purchase from a store/outlet.
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Since its new account you have to wait till 2/3 months. Other wise its to much risky
Thank you, the account is about 2years old.
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If you must sell these items... go at it one little bit at a time and have those invoices / receipts ready.

Remember, at times it's not about how old the account is, rather the reputation / history.
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A 'signed invoice' doesn't any convey resale rights whatsoever or constitute permission to use a brand's name or logo in a subsidiary business.

Or you wouldn't ask.

And a 'signed invoice' won't stop EB from enforcing a VERO claim.
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A 'signed invoice' doesn't any convey resale rights whatsoever or constitute permission to use a brand's name or logo in a subsidiary business.

Or you wouldn't ask.

And a 'signed invoice' won't stop EB from enforcing a VERO claim.
Very true but it does verify authenticity of goods.
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Maybe, maybe not.

What is to prevent a vendor from mixing ⊗⊗⊗⊗ into the legitimate product mix, which is why you need to be an authorized brand re-seller to prevent the VERO issue.
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