The "most reliable" courier ranking in the minds of the British: Amazon No. 1
Recently, the consumer organization Which? A survey of the most popular courier companies among British consumers showed that AmazonLogistics and RoyalMail ranked first and second with 89% and 86% favorable comments respectively, followed by DPD and Evri. Amazon received the highest scores for condition and communication when packages arrived.
Brits go on a shopping spree before Christmas!£3 billion will be spent over two days
According to the latest Christmas shopping research by VoucherCodes, British consumers plan to spend nearly £3 billion online and offline during the "panic weekend" of the week before Christmas on December 17-18, a figure that has increased by 4.4% year-on-year. 34.2 million Britons are expected to shop this weekend, with the number of consumers peaking on "Super Saturday" on December 17, when 17.4 million people will shop online or in-store.
The second-hand resale market in Europe will reach 120 billion euros in 2025! eBay is the boss!
According to foreign media reports, in 2021, the European second-hand e-commerce market will be worth 75 billion euros. It is expected to grow by 60% to reach 120 billion euros by 2025. eBay is the largest e-commerce marketplace for resale, as the sale of used, refurbished and repurposed items has long been a mainstay of the marketplace. When looking at specific categories, consumer electronics has an 11% market share of the overall e-commerce market. Additionally, nearly half of all online auto transactions are re-trades.
Amazon Announcement: From January 14th!The seller will be responsible for this return shipping
Recently, the Amazon US station announced that starting from January 14th, the self-delivery seller will bear the responsibility for the change of the carrier's shipping fee due to incorrect return label information. To avoid these fees, sellers need to ensure accurate product dimensions, weight, and return address are displayed in the listing.
UK Christmas deliveries will be delayed! eBay recommends that sellers use trackable logistics services!
Recently, the eBay UK station announced that due to the large-scale strikes of Royal Mail and Parcelforce workers, the estimated delivery date of many goods has been postponed until after Christmas. eBay recommends that sellers use faster tracking services, such as Evri, UPS, DPD, DHL, InPost services to ensure goods can be delivered on time, maximizing last minute sales.
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