Seller lists item for sale. Price includes
shipping and sales tax if applicable. Panjo uses third-party services to
verify the identity of the Seller and collects payment remediation
information in the case a dispute arises.
Buyer purchases item. Panjo collects and
verifies the Buyer’s payment. Panjo emails Seller with Buyer's shipping
address. Panjo confirms the item is still available for sale.
Seller confirms item is still available. Panjo transfers the Buyer’s payment to the Seller.
Seller ships item to Buyer.
Buyer receives item.
- Buyer has 14 days from purchase to report a problem and seek Panjo's assistance to resolve any issues related to the transaction.
En*World didn't tell me about the 14 day problem policy or about the shipping and sales tax being included in the price listed. Of course they're asking some ridiculous prices on there right now so who the fuck's going to buy from them anyway.
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See that's the problem with this sort of marketplace, a collector's marketplace, you're going to pay collector prices. And while I love to collect role-play game products I'm not going to pay more than twenty bucks for anything, no matter the condition.
Selling with Panjo is no different from what I've been able to tell with how things go on other websites. There are a few improvements to help protect both parties that you can find on their Terms and Conditions page, but by and large nothing overly significant.
Yes. Yes, they do.
According to their website Panjo charges a rate of 3% on all direct checkout transactions. If you choose to use an indirect transaction such as Paypal you're looking at a rate of 2.9% + $0.30 per transaction.
That means that on that $200.00 Wilderlands of High Fantasy from the Judges Guild up above that Panjo is making $6.00 through their direct checkout and $6.10 on indirect transactions.
From what I've been able to tell currently he's getting nothing from each transaction. BUT it is clear from the wording that there are plans to charge in the future - and that's something that host sites such as EN*World can do according to the fine print.
There is currently NO WAY TO TRADE USING PANJO. So saying that we can do so is some bullshit that Morris shouldn't have put up there.