After we transport ebay items to bonanza can we stop the sync to avoid extra fees?

I want to have my items on the booth but don’t want to have the same item multiple times. Also can the webstore be places on any platform?

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Ahyoka
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GeorgeB195 September 21, 2021

Thanks for the info I will try to figure it out for more. https://www.firstcallonline.org/

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Importing (“transporting”) eBay items to Bonanza does not involve any extra fees. However, you can stop the synchronization of your eBay and Bonanza items at anytime. If you ending up having multiple listings of the same item in your Bonanza booth, you can use the Batch Edit Items feature to remove any duplicates.

The Bonanza Webstore will contain whatever items are in your Bonanza Booth. You do have the option to only select some of the Booth listings for the Webstore. You can assign any domain name that you currently own or purchase from a domain name provider to your Bonanza Webstore. The Bonanza Webstore is hosted by Bonanza and any items purchased from the Bonanza Webstore are FREE of any selling fees (however, there is a monthly fee for the Webstore) and the sales are processed through the same payment processors that you have in your Bonanza Booth.

Check out this Bonanza Blog for more info: https://www.bonanza.com/blog/main/A_Webstore_of_your_Own

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