Good middleman service for Yahoo Japan auctions?

Discussion in 'Whatever' started by Roger, Jul 25, 2018.

  1. Roger

    Roger Super Deformed

    Joined:
    Nov 25, 2005
    Messages:
    5,478
    Instagram:
    rogzilla71
    Good middleman service for Yahoo Japan auctions?
    I've been using Rinkya for years but recently I've been having problems with payments not going through, etc. I'm wondering if it's time to switch services. Any recommendations?
     
  2. xSuicide Squadx

    xSuicide Squadx S7 Royalty

    Joined:
    Apr 16, 2013
    Messages:
    3,709
    Location:
    Phoenix, Arizona
    Name:
    Robert
    Instagram:
    manic_1mag3s
    Good middleman service for Yahoo Japan auctions?
    I’ve been using Buyee for a few years now, and I’m really happy with the service. Easy to use, the fees aren’t too bad, 30 day warehouse holding is free, EMS is the only(best) shipping option outside of DHL, and they do a great job of condensing orders and packing them very nicely.
     
    eckotyper and kelvin goh like this.
  3. kelvin goh

    kelvin goh Fresh Meat

    Joined:
    Mar 8, 2018
    Messages:
    35
    Name:
    imakelv
    Good middleman service for Yahoo Japan auctions?
    Jauce is pretty good too, similar to Buyee. You can check and compare, i usually use Jauce but my buddies use Buyee.
     
  4. eckotyper

    eckotyper Post Pimp

    Joined:
    Jun 2, 2008
    Messages:
    2,715
    Name:
    Mike
    Good middleman service for Yahoo Japan auctions?
    buyee is nice because its literally right there on the page. thats why i have been using them lately... before, it used to be celga. man that was many moons ago.
     
  5. deafmetal

    deafmetal Addicted

    Joined:
    Jan 11, 2016
    Messages:
    884
    Name:
    Mark
    Good middleman service for Yahoo Japan auctions?
    I have been using ZenMarket: 300 yen fee per item and 45-day warehouse holding is free, after that a 50yen/item/day charge would start accruing. Their packages have been well-packed and arrived without issue.
     
  6. Russblue11

    Russblue11 S7 Royalty

    Joined:
    Sep 11, 2010
    Messages:
    3,376
    Location:
    Orlando, FL
    Name:
    Kevin
    Good middleman service for Yahoo Japan auctions?
    I haven't bought recently but I didn't have any problems with Buyee either. Real-time bidding is nice and it uses your credit card information once you've won so you don't need to pay up front. The only potential issue is Buyee doesn't let you bid on items from sellers who are new or have negative feedback.
     
  7. xSuicide Squadx

    xSuicide Squadx S7 Royalty

    Joined:
    Apr 16, 2013
    Messages:
    3,709
    Location:
    Phoenix, Arizona
    Name:
    Robert
    Instagram:
    manic_1mag3s
    Good middleman service for Yahoo Japan auctions?
    This is actually, I’ve come to find, their way of sidestepping accounts that sever the ability for proxy bids. There’s accounts I’ve wanted to bid for that had hundreds positive feedback and zero negative that say I can’t due to low ratings. I also have my PayPal linked. If I had my credit card linked I’d be in way too deep.
     
  8. XVivaHateX

    XVivaHateX Addicted

    Joined:
    Apr 21, 2010
    Messages:
    647
    Location:
    VA
    Name:
    Jonathan
    Good middleman service for Yahoo Japan auctions?
    Ive been using celga for like 9 years. Their per item fees are a little more than most but they have no warehousing fees. I can keep items there however long i want. The big selling point for me has been the fact that I have my own account. This lets me bid when I want, have a watch list, use the YJA mobile app etc. Im not sure if they still offer that.
     
  9. xSuicide Squadx

    xSuicide Squadx S7 Royalty

    Joined:
    Apr 16, 2013
    Messages:
    3,709
    Location:
    Phoenix, Arizona
    Name:
    Robert
    Instagram:
    manic_1mag3s
    Good middleman service for Yahoo Japan auctions?
    I’ve never used Celga before, but Buyee offers all of the exact same, except for the unlimited warehouse holding. After 30 days they charge you, but I’m not sure how much. My favorite about Buyee is it also gives me a native sniper bid tool, since a lot of auctions end at very inconvenient times for US based schedules.
     

Share This Page