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Sales, Swaps, Auction & Approvals/Auction Disc. : How to invoice

 

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macgregor530

05 Jul 2013
10:08:40pm
I sent invoices and loaded a new load of stamps.
I began to worry (which I do often)what if the people I invoiced wanted to buy some of the new items would they be annoyed I had not waited.But then I guess I would never send an invoice.Should I wait in case they want other items because if they havent paid I can add items.If they have paid what should I do.
Any advise would be greatly appreciated
cheers
DaveConfused

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06 Jul 2013
01:31:17am

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re: How to invoice

Hi Dave
I live here in Aus. my method is to hold invoicing for a month ,this gives buyers chance to view my other lots and saves them postage .As you would be aware the international postage out of Australia is twice the price of US international postage ,but on the plus side we get twice the weight allowance.
Brian

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macgregor530

06 Jul 2013
02:37:49am
re: How to invoice

Hi Brian
This sounds like a good idea.
Thanks for the tip
cheers
Dave

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06 Jul 2013
08:59:15am
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I, on the other hand, leave it to the buyers to ask me to extend an invoice; i invariably do, but put limits on it ONLY when said buyer doesn't have an extant bid on another lot.

This way I don't need to attempt to project another's wants, as I have trouble enough knowing my own.

David

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06 Jul 2013
01:57:13pm
re: How to invoice

You can put it in your Terms and Conditions that you permit combined purchases under one invoice from purchases made over X number of days, or something like that. Not fair to the seller to keep extending the invoicing date, and it gives the buyer information regarding how to space out purchases.

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06 Jul 2013
06:04:28pm
re: How to invoice

As long as you haven't changed your terms and conditions between lots, you can add lots to the invoice and resend to the buyer.

Regards ... Tim

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macgregor530

07 Jul 2013
03:35:15am
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Many thanks Tim

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07 Jul 2013
05:32:35am
re: How to invoice

Since I usually pay cash for purchases that total up to $25.00 or $30.00 I have usually asked the seller to send me an invoice should the accumulated lots reach about$20.00 or so.
I prefer putting a crisp 10 or 20 in the envelope and should something go awry I can handle the loss.
Sometimes I like to close things out at the end of a month so I can pay all h tabs off and start fresh.

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macgregor530

05 Jul 2013
10:08:40pm

I sent invoices and loaded a new load of stamps.
I began to worry (which I do often)what if the people I invoiced wanted to buy some of the new items would they be annoyed I had not waited.But then I guess I would never send an invoice.Should I wait in case they want other items because if they havent paid I can add items.If they have paid what should I do.
Any advise would be greatly appreciated
cheers
DaveConfused

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snowy12

06 Jul 2013
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re: How to invoice

Hi Dave
I live here in Aus. my method is to hold invoicing for a month ,this gives buyers chance to view my other lots and saves them postage .As you would be aware the international postage out of Australia is twice the price of US international postage ,but on the plus side we get twice the weight allowance.
Brian

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macgregor530

06 Jul 2013
02:37:49am

re: How to invoice

Hi Brian
This sounds like a good idea.
Thanks for the tip
cheers
Dave

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06 Jul 2013
08:59:15am

re: How to invoice

I, on the other hand, leave it to the buyers to ask me to extend an invoice; i invariably do, but put limits on it ONLY when said buyer doesn't have an extant bid on another lot.

This way I don't need to attempt to project another's wants, as I have trouble enough knowing my own.

David

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06 Jul 2013
01:57:13pm

re: How to invoice

You can put it in your Terms and Conditions that you permit combined purchases under one invoice from purchases made over X number of days, or something like that. Not fair to the seller to keep extending the invoicing date, and it gives the buyer information regarding how to space out purchases.

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06 Jul 2013
06:04:28pm

re: How to invoice

As long as you haven't changed your terms and conditions between lots, you can add lots to the invoice and resend to the buyer.

Regards ... Tim

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macgregor530

07 Jul 2013
03:35:15am

re: How to invoice

Many thanks Tim

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07 Jul 2013
05:32:35am

re: How to invoice

Since I usually pay cash for purchases that total up to $25.00 or $30.00 I have usually asked the seller to send me an invoice should the accumulated lots reach about$20.00 or so.
I prefer putting a crisp 10 or 20 in the envelope and should something go awry I can handle the loss.
Sometimes I like to close things out at the end of a month so I can pay all h tabs off and start fresh.

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