Ordering from Good-Seller.com – Part 2
Welcome to Part 2 of a guide to buying shoes from Good-seller.com
You can read Part 1 here: https://fakeshoesreview.wordpress.com/2011/02/14/ordering-from-good-seller-com-part-1-2/
DISCLAIMER: This is only my personal experience… if yours is different or you have a bad experience PLEASE comment below!
So far we’ve picked a couple of shoes we like and have completed some extensive research. Next up is….
STEP 3 – Ordering your shoes
Hopefully by now you have added your products to the shopping cart and are ready to set up a GS (Good-seller) account and get on with ordering. I’m not going to go through with this step as its pretty basic stuff – just make sure you double check your information, unless you want a dude down the road wearing your kicks?
To order products from GS, I recommend you set up a PayPal account. You can also use Western Union and Money Gram and get 5% discount. (I’ve not used them, paypal seems safer to me) N.B. At the time of writing Paypal was no longer an option of payment but credit card was. I’ve paid with credit card also and never had any problems, plus you will then be protected by your credit card security (check your T&C’s).
Double check what’s in your shopping cart:
Check: 1. Price of your order ($101 + shipping right now)
2. Sizes of your shoes (Both US9.5)
3. Estimate your shipping (why not? It saves you going through the whole process and then finding out your not happy with the shipping!)
If you want the prices to display in a different currency, look further down the page in the right hand column and change your currency to what you need.
So…. If you’re happy with everything so far, go ahead and confirm the payment. If you’ve selected Credit Card, you should be forwarded on to a payment page, probably IPS Payment (i think!) or if you selected Paypal you’ll get an invoice to your email (usually within 24 hours) and you can go through the usual Paypal payment system.
When you’ve ordered, click ‘My Account’ – you should see the order you’ve placed. To see more details about this order, click the ‘view’ button.
This is the page with all your details for a order you’ve placed – Shoes, Prices, Payment Method, Billing Address, Shipping Address. The part you’ll be interested in for the next few days is the ‘Status History & Comments’.
Your order will first appear ‘Pending’, when GS process the payment it will change to ‘Processing’. When the item has shipped your status will change to ‘Tracking Number’. You’ll also see your tracking number and a website to check it. N.B. the tracking number will not work for around 48 hours – it’s normal. You can also work out who the delivery partner is in your Country on the GS website:
Below is an example of a tracking report.
If any problems arise during shipping it’ll tell you here. If you’re lucky you’ll be able to see when its out for delivery too, and be at home to recieve it!
That concludes the guide to ordering for Good-Seller.com. If you have any other questions or would like to leave your experiences, put them in the comments below.
Keep it locked for the Jordan IV review coming soon,