How we issue payments
We issue payment either by Paypal.com or BBToyStore.com Store credit. The payment choice is up to you. For BBToyStore.com store credit we add 25% to your total.
Paypal is an online company that provides easy, fast and instant payment transactions. We can transfer payment to anyone anywhere simply by sending it to a confirmed registered email. As long as you have an account with Paypal.com you are eligible to receive payment from us through them. Paypal has several ways to retrieve the funds from your online account (requesting a check, transferring to your bank account, sending money to others, paying bills etc..) To read more about Paypal and their services please click here.
How to ship your items
Please process one order per box that you are shipping.
If you have more items than will fit in a single box please process a second order. Multiple orders are accepted. Keeping one order per box allows us to process quicker and more efficiently.
If we are providing you pre-paid labels for UPS you may use those labels to drop off your items at a local UPS dropbox or drop location. They also have a service where they come pick items up from you however they may charge for this. In some cases we will provide a USPS label instead.
How to package your items
There are several different ways to package your items. We have provided the following recommendations. Following these steps really helps us process your submission faster and keeps delays down. Box Info:
- We would recommend keeping the box size under 24 inches on any given side.
- Use a sturdy box that will not crush or get ripped open. Shipping companies can be rough on boxes.
- Make sure there is no empty space inside the box. Cut the box down to reduce empty space.
- Make sure items are not loose floating around in the box. Please use some type of packing material (bubble wrap, newspaper, peanuts, foam etc...)
TY Beanies, Webkinz, Disney Bean Bags & Other Plush
If shipping plush items these are relatively easy to pack and do not require much packing material if any. We recommend putting all items in an unscented trash bag (or multiple trash bags). If you have your items in plastic boxes or plastic sandwich bags we would recommend taking them out as we don't need them. Tag protectors can be left on or taken off.
Yu-Gi-Oh, Pokemon, Magic & Other Cards
If shipping cards it is easiest to separate them into different types. For example you will want to keep all the Holograms separate from the Rares and separate from the Commons. For individually listed cards please make sure they are in order as shown on the list. Cards that are not in order will take us longer to process.
Whether shipping in an envelope or a box please be sure that the cards are well protected. This means wrapping them in something so they don't slide all over and don't get bent (plastic saran wrap or small bags work well). Loose cards in a box or envelope will almost always arrive damaged or bent. For envelopes we would recommend some cardboard or a couple hard plastic top loaders to keep from bending.
Cards in plastic 9 pocket pages, soft sleeves or hard case top loaders should be removed. We would only recommend sleeves for high value cards. It is not necessary to sleeve low value holos, rare or commons.
Barbies, Funko POP, Star Wars & Other Action Figures or Dolls
If shipping dolls or figures it is highly recommend that you use a sturdy box that won't crush easily. These are some of the tougher items to ship. Consider using bubblewrap around each item or atleast in between several at a time to protect them from getting crushed & dented. Make sure that heavier items are on the bottom of the box and lighter items on the top. Mark the box "Fragile" with black marker on all sides.
Coins, Blu-Rays, Video Games & other similar type items
If shipping coins it is easiest to separate them into different types. For example you will want to keep all the quarters separate from the dimes and separate from the nickels etc... We recommend just using small sandwich bags or coin wrappers if you have them.
If shipping Blu-Rays or Video Games that are in cases it is best to stack them neatly in the bottom of the box as these are typically heavier than other items we purchase. You can wrap them in plastic wrap so they don't slide around.
If shipping loose Video Games that don't have cases or boxes it is best to place small stacks in plastic bags and fold them up so they are wrapped tightly. This way they won't slide all over the place and get scratched during shipping.
If you have any questions about how to pack your items please contact us and we will be happy to help you.