Five Reasons I'm Not Buying From Your Poshmark Shop

I became a bit obsessed with Poshmark when I accidentally found some shoes I'd been searching for on the site. I didn't ...




I became a bit obsessed with Poshmark when I accidentally found some shoes I'd been searching for on the site. I didn't even know what Poshmark was before that instance. Then I started selling things and accumulating Posh money - the rest was history. But I have a hard time buying just one item from people, because that shipping kills me. I need to bundle items to save. 

But that's not the only reason I'm not making purchases. Here's some other reasons that I'm not buying from your closet.

 
1. You have too much to sift through. I can look through hundreds of items, but if you have 4,000 items in your shop - I'll never get through it all.


2. Your items are mixed up between sold, for sell, and not for sell. I'm tired of trying to figure what I can actually buy. If you didn't sell it on Poshmark, but it's still listed in your shop, why is it even there? Remove it.


3. Your items are overpriced and you refuse to accept offers. Are you even trying to sell your stuff?


4. You don't answer questions people ask. Are you even active? Will you actually ship something if I buy it?


5. Your shop has too many different sizes, so I can't gauge how something will fit. This is so frustrating for me. I hate not being able to try things on anyways, so the fact that your shop has too many sizes doesn't help either.





If you've never shopped on Poshmark, you can get some pretty great deals on a huge variety of items - shipping usually $6.49 - but is sometimes discounted, as well. You can make offers on items, bundle groups of items, and even sell in your own shop. You can check out my shop here and use referral code "kaylakedavra" for $5 off your first purchase (I'll get $5, too).


If you have a shop, leave your link below and I'll check it out!













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3 comments

  1. This article is very misleading. With 2 clicks, a Shopper can filter the Poshmark Seller's "Closet" so that the only things visible are items in the Shopper's size, which are still available for sale. That eliminates Problems #1 and #5 on your list.
    It sounds like you just don't know how to use the app.

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  2. .... Also eliminates Problem # 2 on your list

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    1. Hi there. I'm sorry you don't agree! I absolutely know how to use the app and filter things, but some shops are simply too large for me to sift through. If there are a lot of items in my size, I oftentimes don't want to sift through for hours to find the items I actually like. As for #5, this is more of a sizing issue. As most brands vary in size, it's hard to determine if a 16 in this brand will fit me, even though a 16 in another brand does. The sizes aren't universal across brands unfortunately. For example, I bought a size 18 skirt that wasn't marked vintage so when I got it, it was several sizes too small. If a seller has several different items in sizes ranging from a 2 to a 24, I can assume they didn't all originally belong to that seller. But if the clothes are between 14-18, it's more likely those sizes are just varying per brand. That's my personal opinions on spending my hard-earned money on clothes that may or may not fit me that I'm unable to return and often can't get the same amount back by re-poshing.
      This post isn't here to provide facts about how Poshmark works, it's simply why I personally choose not to buy items.
      Thanks so stopping by the blog - your views and comments are appreciated!

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