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Using the Mark as Sold or Unsold Feature

Mark as Sold / Unsold Feature

Marking as Sold

Why?

If your item sold on another platform that is not one of our connected partner platforms or if you sold the item offline.

Step 1: Log In to the WatchFacts Dealer Portal

Visit our dealer login page - dealers.watchfacts.com . Click the "Inventory" tab then click on the "Add Inventory" button. Click "Inventory" and then "List My Inventory".

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Step 2: Select the Item You Would Like to Mark as Sold

1. Click the check-box next to the photo of the item.

2. Click "Mark as Sold".

3. Click the "Apply to Selected".

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Step 3: Select the Platform Your Item Was Sold On

Select one of the following options that best applies to your listing:

  • Amazon - If your item was sold on Amazon.
  • eBay - If your item was sold on eBay.
  • Offline with WatchFacts Warranty - If your item was sold offline and you would like to provide a warranty.
  • Offline No Warranty - If your item was sold offline and you would not like to provided a warranty.
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Step 4: Done!

If you take a look at your listings you will now see that your item's status is SOLD.

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Marking as Unsold

Why?

If your order was canceled by the buyer for whatever reason or if your item was returned, you can mark your item as "Unsold" and it will be showcased on whichever platform you selected.

Step 1: Log In to the WatchFacts Dealer Portal

Visit our dealer login page - dealers.watchfacts.com .

Click the "Inventory" tab then click on the "Add Inventory" button.

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Step 2: Find the Product You Would Like to Add

1. Click the check-box next to the photo of the item.

2. Click "Mark as Unsold".

3. Click "Apply to Selected".

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Step 3: Update (Re-Push to Amazon)

1. Select the item you just marked as "Unsold".

2. Click the "Update" button on the top under "Actions".

3. Click the "Apply to Selected" button.

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