Bought three things from there so far. One of three had a lot more damage than was acknowledged on the ad, but the other two were exactly as listed and came right on time.
Basically just consider the quality of documentation and the description carefully, if you're unsure about something ask the person who listed it, and accept the fact that you're buying secondhand. If anything turns out far wrong, it's PayPal based, so you can always make a claim in a worst-case scenario.
Dunno, all commonsense stuff, offer than that there's a lot of cool stuff that pops up. The only thing that bothers me is that a lot of things are overvalued by the seller - which is the nature of resale generally, so whatever.
It's fine, but never buy things blindly without at least contacting the seller via ask question option. If you're skeptical ask for more picture or just don't purchase the item. Stay away from Jordan's/Sought after supreme stuff to avoid any potential of scams, since theres so much fake supreme shit out there. Also, most sellers will and can be negotiated with, don't lowball them though and don't spam them. Send em your offer and be civil. Always ask for tracking info, if you have to pay extra it's worth it, so you always know when and whether they even sent the item.
Follow those rules and you'll be fine. Use common sense, if it's too good to be true it usually is.
>>9374452 Honestly it pleases me a lot when tracking is involved. Something bothers me about not even knowing when said item will show up, especially when you didn't know the seller was from say Australia or something and you live in the U.S. It just avoids a lot of unneeded headaches. Thanks if you're a seller that does that. You're making the world a better place.
>>9374314 its basically like a better version of ebay dedicated to menswear, its not a really good place to sell since everyone lowballs, but its a great place to buy stuff.
the only problem with the site is that the buyer can only charge you in USD and if you pay in another currency you get fucked by the unfair paypal conversion rates, i actually emailed them about that and they said theyre currently working on it, so im expecting to be able to charge the buyer in other currencies too in a month or so
>>9374416 The reason shit gets overvalued is because of all the fucking /fa/ and reddit lowballers that make offers so retardedly low that the buyer would be selling at huge losses.
Seriously like I've had people from fucking sweden make me 60 USD offers on shit that'd cost like 30 USD to ship, and my original listing, which I used to never overvalue on, would be like 90 USD plus shipping.
I sell shit all the time there because it's more convenient, and I'm not a dumbass that tries to list 200 USD for something that's like from an unheard of brand and is obviously used. Grailed is just full of those obnoxious buyers.
>>9378880 If you pictures are accurate, then you should be fine. If they open a case on paypal, paypal will ask for proof of damage. Paypal doesn't cover shipping damage so they will be fucked if the item(s) in question were harmed during transit, otherwise, make sure your pictures and description are accurate. Paypal will take care of you.
>>9374466 Only thing is i've had a few buyers frm the US who are somehow dumbfounded by a 30-40$ shipping fee, ask for cheapest option, then are somehow surprised that theres no tracking
I'm not paying for your items to ship after that much lowballing. At least so far everyone has been civil
Biggest gripe tho is when you bother to do full measurements and some guy comes along aaking "how does it fit?" I mean, dafuq am i supposed to know how your estrogen pumped body is supposed to look like?
I've had only really good experiences with buyers on Grailed.
I've only bought a few items, but all the sellers were really friendly, willing to work deals with shipping and exchange rates, and were generally informative and quick to response.
I do feel that the quality of Grailed has gone down in recent months.
It's full to the brim of people trying to drop designer/exclusive items for next to or more than retail, or retards marking up shit that no one wants to buy. All this shit clogs up everything for days and weeks on end because no one gets that 90% of people on Grailed are poor as fuck and looking for discount designer gear, which is the whole purpose of the website.
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