Help Desk - Sell Yours
Learn about Sell Yours
The Sell Yours programme gives you the opportunity to list books, CDs and DVDs that you own for sale on Fishpond.com.au. Selling your items is easy and listing is free.
There are two steps to listing your products for sale:
1. Search for the ISBN or barcode to find the product detail page. Note: The ISBN/UPC on the product page must match the item you wish to sell. If you are unable to locate the item, you can add a product to our catalogue.
2. Click the blue 'Sell Yours' button and enter details about the price, condition and your bank account number for payment.
We will collect payment from the buyer and take a commission of 10%. Once the product has been sold and paid for, you will be sent an email with the buyer's address for you to ship to.
We collect $5.00 ($12 if shipping to New Zealand) for handling on your behalf. If the handling fees are not sufficient to cover the actual cost of postage, adjust the selling price of your item to make up the difference.
A deposit will be made into your account 10 - 14 business days after the last shipment date. Your payment will be:
(Your Price + Shipping Cost) - 10% = Your payment
Note: This will update the bank account number on all of your existing listings.
All items must be sent within 2 working days of receiving the sold notification email. Only mark orders as sent when the package has actually gone for delivery to the customer and not before.
It is the seller's responsibility to provide the buyer with an invoice if required.
Fishpond does not act as agent for either party for Sell Yours transactions.
Please note we only accept books written in the English language at this time. We are not able to accept eBooks or ePublications of any kind for Sell Yours listings due to restrictions surrounding verification of digital content.
We understand that sellers like to be able to determine the pricing for their own products, but we reserve the right to remove seller's listings where we believe that their pricing is significantly above market prices or being set to defraud our customers. Generally this will include pricing which is more than 10% above recommended retail price.
Can't find the answer to your question?Send us an email and we'll respond within 24 hours.
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