"can ii still get email messages or feedback if i have no items for sale in my marketplace booth?"
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I am down with a bad case of sciatica and need to put my Marketpace items on ‘hold’ until I recover, or “on reserve” if that’s the same thing.

Can anyone please tell me : If I have no items in my Booth, will I still be able to receive in-coming messages, inquiries and/or Feedback?

Many thanks for your help!

asked about 1 month ago

1 Comment

Calhan_Mercantile March 25, 2019

Put your booth on vacation mode.

1 Answer
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Yes, Yes and Yes! Of course, you won’t have anything to get “inquiries” on since your items will not be displayed. Good luck on your recovery.

answered about 1 month ago

tomwayne1
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