For issues with customers paying you, basically a couple approaches..
1. You can force immediate payment (you have to check a box or something when creating the auction)..
2. You can send them a paypal invoice for the amount.. That will continue to email them, asking for payment.. You could also write them asking for payment.. Of course, you do not want to annoy them as well, but enough to get them to action..
Not everyone always pays, but most all do.. So, there is a small fraction that do not pay if you take the number 2 route..
With number 1 route, they all obviously pay.. However, you "may" loose a small percentage of sales, because the customers dont' have paypal accounts setup right yet, or maybe they want to send you a check/money order, etc..
--- On Fri, 12/12/08, Tom Hawker <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
From: Tom Hawker <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: SaleDaddy Pro Ebook Business
To: "Anthony W." <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Friday, December 12, 2008, 5:50 AM
Will I recieve notice when you have sent the TV projector kit to the customer? Just so I know all has been handled.
I also have another question. I have sold a TV projector kit, but the customer has not paid yet. I thought when paying throught paypal immediate payment is required? Can you give me some tips on how to handle this.