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Lifehacker did a "Hive Five" on this recently: "Five Best Places to Set Up Shop Online" The ones that don't require your own server are: Big Cartel Shopify Etsy Sell Simply


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Try PrestaShop. It's Amazing: http://prestashop.com Some amazing examples in the wild: http://www.archiduchesse.com/ (try clicking on a size and watch the cart animation) http://www.anooki.com/shop/ (simply amazing, try adding something to the cart) http://www.maisondelacravate.fr/ http://www.timefy.com/en/ http://www.atelierdelaceinture.fr/ ...


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You can report Sellers who violate Amazons TOS at the following link: http://www.amazon.com/gp/help/reports/contact-us


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Short answer: No, and unlike CC payments, once a Paypal payment has been made, it can not be reversed We cannot reverse a transaction which is Completed so in this case, we suggest that you contact the recipient directly to arrange a refund. There are a couple of things you can do, should you choose to go down this road: Excercise due diligence: ...


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There is no way to see all of the individual feedback on the Seller. If you want to see individual reviews you will have to scroll or page through all of the reviews on the right hand side of their Seller page. You can however see a summary of Seller feedback if you look at the Feedback History: It sits just under the individual reviews


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You could use SpringPad to capture the product page you have found. This webapp will recognize the product and additional data about it including the price and will store it for you in the form of notes similar to Evernote


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Check out http://myestoreapp.com It's another hosted solution; but they have a great free starter package. Doesn't require you any coding either; you just copy a javascript line to your site and it works within your site.


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I recently saw a tweet about http://vendr.com which probably might be another player in this group...


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I've never tried it, but Shopify is supposed to very good. You could also check out Business Catalyst from Adobe - that's more of a CMS but it has E-Commerce integration. http://www.shopify.com/ http://businesscatalyst.com/



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