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What is an Ask and how do I sell on Eze?

There are two ways to sell on Eze:

1) Placing an ask: for any device you have in stock and what you're willing to sell for
2) Selling Now: for any device that currently has an open bid at the price you want to sell for

An Ask signals your intent to sell - it is a listing designating the specific price that you are willing to sell your item for. By default, bids are not placed in order from lowest to highest on an item’s product page. Rather, we display devices by order of their release date. You can set the number of days until an ask expires: 1, 3, 7, 14, 30, or 60. You’ll get an email when your Ask is about to expire so you can renew it or let it go. You can cancel or update an ask anytime before it meets a bid.

Placing an Ask
If you have the lowest Ask, buyers who place a matching bid will automatically buy from you. If someone lists a lower Ask than you, they will win the sale, however, your Ask will remain active and could be accepted if it becomes the lowest ask again. Once your Ask meets a Bid, the transaction is automatically initiated.

Sell Now
If you don’t want to wait, simply select “Sell Now” on the product page to sell the item immediately at the highest Bid. You’ll receive your payout once your item is shipped and verified by Eze.

The Selling Tab
In your Eze account, under the selling tab, you can find your categories Current, Pending, and History.

Current: displays all of your available Asks
Pending: displays all of your confirmed sales
History: displays all completed sales

Updated on: 22/10/2020

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