Step 1: You bring your items to us, we collect them from you for a reasonable pick-up fee, or you send us photographs and brief descriptions.
Step 2: We research each item and determine its value on the eBay marketplace—how much to ask for it and the minimum to accept.
Step 3: For those items that we agree to list for you, we take as many photographs as appropriate to display them effectively. We write the descriptions, prepare the listings, and put the items up for sale.
Step 4: We answer questions, negotiate with potential buyers, and do everything we can to realize the highest possible price for you.
Step 5: When an item has sold, we invoice and collect payment from the buyer.
Step 6: We professionally pack, ship, and confirm delivery of the item.
Step 7: After the buyer’s 48-hour acceptance period has elapsed, we send you a check for the selling price less our commission.
Although eBay offers various ways to put an item up for sale (including “Auction”, “Buy It Now,” and “Buy It Now with Best Offer”), we’ve found that listing items using the “Buy It Now with Best Offer” option for a minimum of three thirty-day periods usually works best to realize the maximum value. If an item hasn’t sold in that time, you can opt to continue listing the item (at no additional charge) at the same or a reduced price, or you can elect to pick the item up. If you prefer for us to use a different selling arrangement, we’d be happy to discuss it with you.
We also list larger items that are difficult or expensive to ship on Craigslist and other local listing sites.
Auction it TODAY has the highest reputation as an eBay seller, giving your item listings immediate trustworthiness, credibility, and visibility.
For most items, our commission is a sliding percentage of the sales price—and includes all eBay and PayPal fees, shipping costs, and insurance. Items in certain categories are listed for a flat fee. For business customers with high-value, high-volume, or repeat business, we’d be delighted to discuss special arrangements.