To leave feedback:
- Go to profile.
- Go to your receipts.
- Tap on the purchase/sale you want to leave feedback for.
- Tap leave feedback.
Why can’t I leave a review on Vinted?
It’s not possible to give feedback on members with whom no transactions have occurred. Neither members nor Vinted receive any compensation in exchange for online reviews.
How much does Depop take from your sell?
How Depop fees work – Fees on Depop are very straightforward. It’s free to list your items in your shop and you’ll only be charged once an item is sold. A 10% Depop fee is charged on the total transaction amount (including shipping costs). You will also be charged a standard transaction fee by either of PayPal or Depop Payments of around 2.9% + £/€0.30.
How much does Depop take away from sellers?
Depop Fees – Once an item sells, Depop will automatically charge a 10% fee on the sale price (including the shipping costs). The fee will be taken from your connected PayPal account or the card you are using on your Depop account. Also, there’s a PayPal transaction fee of 2.9% + $0.30 in the USA and 2.9% + £0.30 in the UK.
Can a buyer delete feedback?
Once you’ve left feedback, you won’t be able to edit or delete it. If you’d like to add extra information to your original feedback, you can leave a follow-up comment. If you’d like to change the negative or neutral feedback you’ve left, you can ask the seller for a feedback revision.
Why did I get banned on Vinted?
This happens when members ignore our Terms & Conditions, Catalogue Rules, or Forum Rules. Your account will be unblocked automatically after 7–14 days. You’ll see the block end-date when you log in to Vinted.
How does Vinted make money?
How does Vinted make money? – Unlike other online and app-based marketplaces, Vinted charges fees to the buyer instead of the seller. So, while there are no fees for sellers on Vinted, buyers have to pay a ‘Buyer Protection Fee’ and a percentage (between 3% and 8%) to Vinted with each purchase. This means it’s free for you to sell and you get to keep all of the profit! Result.
Can I trust Depop sellers?
Can You Get Scammed on Depop? – As with all clothing marketplace platforms, the answer is technically “yes,” but you generally don’t need to worry as long as you’re doing your due diligence when shopping. Of course, you’ll want to be wary when dealing with higher-priced items. You can also read up on some common scams to stay updated.
Can Depop be a full time job?
Whether you’re aiming to grow a fashion empire in the future or you simply want to fund your next vacation, it’s possible to earn a living from a career as a Depop seller. You just have to get a few things right to be in with a chance.
Who has made the most money on Depop?
Only four years after opening a store on the fashion resale site Depop, 24-year-old Bella McFadden has become the first-ever seller to earn £1 million ($1.26 million) on the app. The global recession spurred by the coronavirus pandemic hasn’t shrunk her business. Bella McFadden Depop, which first emerged from an Italian tech incubator in 2011, then established its headquarters in London, is a dark horse in the fashion ecom wars. Here in the United States, it doesn’t have the name recognition of Poshmark or The RealReal.
- It hasn’t been around as long as Etsy.
- But it has scaled up, thanks to more than $100 million in funding, and it now has more than 20 million users across 147 countries.
- The company generates revenue by taking a 10% cut of every item sold on the platform, and it has grown this year, despite the pandemic and recession, as people have had more time to browse through the app and list products.
There has been a 300% increase in items sold between January and April compared to the same period last year, according to the company. And that has redounded to the benefit of individual sellers, who see Depop as an important source of income—and then some, in the case of McFadden—as the economy crumbles around them.
What is Depop scamming?
3 way scams (Elaborate Scams) – As the average buyer becomes more educated about typical depop scams so does the average scammer! You can’t stick to the same old tricks and continue being a successful scammer, so scammers have started to think of something new.
This innovation are what we can term “Elaborate scams”, a newer way scam artists try to hustle sellers. Typically scams involves the victim and the scammer but this type of scam involves three! The buyer, seller and scammer. Essentially, the scammer attempts to scam both a buyer and a seller simultaneously without their knowledge.
These elaborate scams can look different depending on the situation. However, there will always be something that feels off. Typically, the scammer will attempt to keep the money from the sale and receive the item for free. They will do this by working the middle and asking the buyer for payment directly to their Paypal.