Deadstock or NOS to Ebay?
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Anyone have a clue how to send NOS or Deadstock to Ebay from here?

Mine keeps getting kicked back as no GTIN number.

Of course if they are vintage from 1950s, 1960s etc. they will not have one.

asked about 1 month ago

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answered about 1 month ago

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GracefulVintageNow says: September 18, 2019

Thank you. I have sent over 64 items from here to my ebay shop. My question is I cannot figure out how to put items that are Vintage but New Old Stock called Deadstock by some. Never used before. They do not come with a modern GTIN number so keep getting kicked back or not load properly. Thank you.

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thank you.

answered about 1 month ago

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Additional reading required but this link ought to help you sort things out – I hope.

https://support.google.com/merchants/answer/160161?hl=en

Scroll down to Products without a GTIN – there is a table below that with methods to do what you’re asking. Best of all, you don’t have to commit to pay 13% which would NOT fix the problem you’re sorting out.

In the above link, they use the words ‘identifier_exists’ Here’s a link explaining what it means: https://support.google.com/merchants/answer/6324478?hl=en

On eBay, we’d simply select “Does not apply” for attributes that were not available and in almost all cases, that was sufficient.

Apologies if this is redundant info…

Good luck

answered about 1 month ago

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