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Poshmark - Buy & Sell Fashion

Poshmark - Buy & Sell Fashion

Poshmark, Inc

The new way to buy and sell fashion

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  • Great selling & buying platform May 10, 2018

    By clairep143
    I’ve been a seller & buyer on Poshmark for about 2 years now. I’ve made many sales. It’s not my main source of income but I make lots of extra spending money! There are definitely some bad sellers out there as well as scamming buyers, but the ratio of good to bad is slim. Before purchasing, I always check for Love Notes (reviews), what their ship time avg is, and if they’ve been active recently. I’ve had nothing but good purchases from Doing so! Also if something ever goes wrong as far as not getting the right item or item is damaged, you can always open a case and return and/or get a refund. The one thing that ticks me off about posh is the amount of junk & replicas being sold when they are clearly either not allowed or illegal! And we as sellers/buyers are the ones who basically have to get them removed. I wish posh had more security and was able to instantly remove listings that are unallowed. This is a clothing/accessory/shoes/new, not swatched makeup platform ONLY. I wish they would do more to keep it so! Its also really frustrating when I’m trying to find something from a certain brand and there are so many items from a different brand mistagged for “exposure”. I could report them all, but that would take months! There are so many unallowed listings and rules being broken and they need to do something about it besides having us sort through them in our own time at no cost.
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  • Better for buyers Jul 31, 2019

    By Amoureis
    I buy and sell, and it’s def better for buyers than sellers. You can make offers and communicate easily with sellers. There are some great deals to be had. Just make sure you ask all your questions and request pics until you’re confident you want to buy since there are no returns (except when something has been blatantly misrepresented). Selling, on the other hand, has downsides that are the flip side of the same coin. People make ridiculous lowball offers. For example, say I’ve used a $200 handbag just a few times but then for whatever reason need some cash. I list for $100 which is a fair price and very good deal (keeping in mind I won’t be getting the full $100 anyway), and someone comes in offering $40. It’s just insulting and a waste of my time and I don’t even want to bother negotiating. This obv isn’t the app, but worth mentioning because it’s part of the overall Poshmark experience. I’d say the vast majority of buyers behave like this. Out of every 25 transactions, probably only 1 is a straight up purchase at listed price. Plus, you have to put a LOT of work into keeping your items visible and be super active on the app. But the worst part about selling is the 20% fee. I’ve ended up making $2 on an item before. The best part about selling is how the shipping label is just emailed to you so you can just pop the item into the drop box. Honestly not sure I would do this over again - I’d look into other apps for sure.
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  • Jan 17, 2021

    By Kacey Postill
    The best app I've EVER downloaded!! It's also the best app I've ever downloaded for selling item. Even after Postmark takes their commission I'm still making more & selling more then on all my other selling apps combined!!! If your looking for a fun, entertaining & an app that can make you a lot of money look no further Postmark has it all!! It does take awhile to learn all the incredible features however unlike most apps you don't feel like you've wasted your time learning.
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  • Amazing app, but one little flaw. Apr 26, 2018

    By MarieSully44
    I sell on this app and I have over 100 listings. I love it so much and it has only been 1 and a half months and I have already sold 10 things! (Considering that these are all my unworn clothes or slightly used clothes that I was going to give away) it was very impressing. I have all 5 star reviews! But, the one thing is Poshmarks fee is pretty high. If you sell something for $10 you only get $7.05. Or, $100 you only get $80. So it is a 20% fee. I have found other apps that don’t have a fee like this app Vinted, but when I sell something it wants my Social Security number, so don’t get that app by the way. However another thing Vinted has us where you can chose how heavy what you are shipping will be, so you don’t have to pay 6.99 for shipping after your first purchase. I think Sellers should be able to chose the weight so buyers don’t have to pay so much! But other than those two minor improvements Poshmark could make I absolutely love the app and highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in buying, or selling on this app. It is completely secure and doesn’t ask for you social like that Fraud app Vinted. And has a buyer return policy, so if you don’t get what you were supposed to then you get your money back! Anyways, definitely get this app and check it out!
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  • Jan 17, 2021

    By Michelle Mastellone
    This app is great when it comes to connecting with buyers & sellers. I've sold so much and it's safe to say it's my favorite app! I give 4 stars is because there is no customer service, just a bank of automated responses. For the most part, the app is so self- sufficient you rarely need to talk to a person, but when you do - don't wait around because you won't get a response or a solution. I also think there can be a few adjustments to the way the posh app works, but that will come with time.
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  • Jan 17, 2021

    By Wendy Wood
    I downloaded the app and filled out the info, it didn't require verification or mention it when I got everything set up. When I attempted to purchase some items it all seemed to go through; I got an email purchase confirmation and the money was taken from my account. I got a message from the seller "did you mean to cancel?" The system blocked me from being able to respond and canceled the order because I wasn't verified yet. It says it will notify me when it is finished verifying. It's been days
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  • Jan 17, 2021

    By James Taloopo
    Designed so poorly it's basically a scam itln itself. Gives little to no tracking information, and then deletes all said tracking information once it is deemed delivered even when it never was delivered. They also don't have a way to direct message the seller to help sort it out which leads to having to communicate other social media platforms through the comments on their listings. I would strongly recommend avoiding this app.
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  • Jan 18, 2021

    By Michelle Li
    Trying to add PayPal is such a pain. It won't load and it won't go back. Everytime I've tried to add a Paypal, I've had to uninstall and reinstall because it broke my payment options.
  • Jan 16, 2021

    By AlaskAnne
    App doesnt load. Tried tech support. They not only couldnt solve the problem, but after numerous interactions, descriptions, etc, im not sure they ever understood that the app refused to load. I got tired of being blamed for their issues and uninstalled. Fire tablet
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  • Jan 14, 2021

    By _ strawberry
    The search system is wack, the way everything is ordered and the way the system puts things into catagories is all mixed up and it's annoying and hard to find things. I'm upset that I wasted my time.
  1. Get access to more than 5,000 brands, all up to 70% off! Put together a wardrobe you love at little cost to you
  2. Make money from the unused clothes sitting in your closet! Find and sell tons of good-quality clothing at low cost
  3. Personal Style and Closet features let you browse lookbooks from other users so you can gain fun new fashion ideas

Reviewed by Katelyn on April 4, 2018

  • Jan 17, 2021

    By Kacey Postill
    The best app I've EVER downloaded!! It's also the best app I've ever downloaded for selling item. Even after Postmark takes their commission I'm still making more & selling more then on all my other selling apps combined!!! If your looking for a fun, entertaining & an app that can make you a lot of money look no further Postmark has it all!! It does take awhile to learn all the incredible features however unlike most apps you don't feel like you've wasted your time learning.
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  • Amazing app, but one little flaw. Apr 26, 2018

    By MarieSully44
    I sell on this app and I have over 100 listings. I love it so much and it has only been 1 and a half months and I have already sold 10 things! (Considering that these are all my unworn clothes or slightly used clothes that I was going to give away) it was very impressing. I have all 5 star reviews! But, the one thing is Poshmarks fee is pretty high. If you sell something for $10 you only get $7.05. Or, $100 you only get $80. So it is a 20% fee. I have found other apps that don’t have a fee like this app Vinted, but when I sell something it wants my Social Security number, so don’t get that app by the way. However another thing Vinted has us where you can chose how heavy what you are shipping will be, so you don’t have to pay 6.99 for shipping after your first purchase. I think Sellers should be able to chose the weight so buyers don’t have to pay so much! But other than those two minor improvements Poshmark could make I absolutely love the app and highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in buying, or selling on this app. It is completely secure and doesn’t ask for you social like that Fraud app Vinted. And has a buyer return policy, so if you don’t get what you were supposed to then you get your money back! Anyways, definitely get this app and check it out!
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  • A Great App in My Experience Oct 20, 2017

    By Chechel2
    I love this app! I know there are always Pros and Cons to every App that people can buy & sell off of, but that’s the user’s choice to live with it or use another app. When you sign up for Poshmark, you know what the fees are and how much shipping will be. This isn’t a surprise or something you find out later on. I am a buyer and seller and have had no problems with the app or their Customer Service! I bought wholesale items from two different sellers that came damaged upon arrival and PM customer service has been great taking care of the problems. Poshmark is a great app to sell clothes you don’t wear anymore and don’t want to sell at a Yard Sale. Yes, you may get $2 for that item, but it beats $.25 at a Yard Sale! And you can always delete the listing and SELL them at a Yard Sale! As a seller, you decide what to sell items for. There will always be low ballers, but you can always deny the offer or counter the offer! I like the options you have as a buyer and seller. And if there’s something shady going on, you have the option to report it. I think Poshmark is great and getting better with every update. If you have a problem, let PM know. If you don’t like how they do things, that’s up to you to get another app to sell on. PM is a very good app and it’s been a great experience overall. 🙂
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  • Jan 19, 2021

    By lyescootkid_r6og
    Ive been using posh mainly to sell clothes for about 6 months now, just became a posh ambassador! Overall it is a great site, no other one is quite like it. Once u get used to it and can take advantage of all its features it really is great app! Yeah the shipping and the percent that posh takes kinda suck..but they dont hesitate to re-emberse you your money if your package goes mia, whitch they did for me a couple times! And i still got paid for the sale anyway! I could go on an on
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  • My Favorite App Aug 8, 2019

    By pop culture icon
    I started buying on poshmark back in February and then started selling on poshmark in May of this year. I don’t get on Instagram or Pinterest nearly as much because Poshmark has become my favorite app to use. It’s more of a community than you’d expect. It’s a positive place. If you have any issues you can contact posh support and they take care of you. And they’re fair about it. Never in a million years did I think I’d love selling clothes or even meet some of the greatest people, on a clothing application. It’s indescribable. It’s so much fun. It really is. You have to try it to believe it. It’s not complicated. It’s not overwhelming. You sell something and poshmark emails you the shipping label. You print the label slap it on the box and drop it at the post office. That’s it. How much easier can it get? And I’ve met more people on poshmark than instagram. It’s a positive environment. I remember getting my first package from my first purchase and inside the box there was a thank you note from the seller. Something that simple made the whole experience feel like I was getting something from a friend. Not a stranger. I’m not the clothing app kind of person. I never would have thought I’d enjoy something like this over my social media apps. But I do. I love it! Just try it. You’ll see what I mean.
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  • Great selling & buying platform May 10, 2018

    By clairep143
    I’ve been a seller & buyer on Poshmark for about 2 years now. I’ve made many sales. It’s not my main source of income but I make lots of extra spending money! There are definitely some bad sellers out there as well as scamming buyers, but the ratio of good to bad is slim. Before purchasing, I always check for Love Notes (reviews), what their ship time avg is, and if they’ve been active recently. I’ve had nothing but good purchases from Doing so! Also if something ever goes wrong as far as not getting the right item or item is damaged, you can always open a case and return and/or get a refund. The one thing that ticks me off about posh is the amount of junk & replicas being sold when they are clearly either not allowed or illegal! And we as sellers/buyers are the ones who basically have to get them removed. I wish posh had more security and was able to instantly remove listings that are unallowed. This is a clothing/accessory/shoes/new, not swatched makeup platform ONLY. I wish they would do more to keep it so! Its also really frustrating when I’m trying to find something from a certain brand and there are so many items from a different brand mistagged for “exposure”. I could report them all, but that would take months! There are so many unallowed listings and rules being broken and they need to do something about it besides having us sort through them in our own time at no cost.
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  • Jan 17, 2021

    By Michelle Mastellone
    This app is great when it comes to connecting with buyers & sellers. I've sold so much and it's safe to say it's my favorite app! I give 4 stars is because there is no customer service, just a bank of automated responses. For the most part, the app is so self- sufficient you rarely need to talk to a person, but when you do - don't wait around because you won't get a response or a solution. I also think there can be a few adjustments to the way the posh app works, but that will come with time.
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  • Jan 16, 2021

    By Angie Ema Deruelle
    One of my favs! Great communication, I like the negotiation model... You're allowed to counter back and forth so you can truly negotiate. The sellers must have a phenomenal Analytics dashboard!! They are able to respond very quickly if you like an item, viewed it often, and extend you an offer. I, personally, dig it and appreciate the seller reaching out first.
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  • Real Thrift Experience in Virtual Form May 30, 2018

    By mbrickie113
    I’ve been on Poshmark for a few months now and since then I’ve gotten Depop and thredUP, so l have apps to compare it to. Poshmark is like a virtual representation of the real thrifting experience; you have to rummage through a lot of crap to find the gems. Besides the sellers, it seems the app is trying to do a lot all at once, but instead of being invested in all that it has to offer I find myself craving the simple and clean aesthetic of the other apps. Posh-ambassadors? Boutiques versus closets? Events 4 times a day? Sharing as much as you possibly can so people will pay attention to your closet! Emojis emojis emojis! My head is spinning. It’s probably just me but it’s also really annoying how people (with no taste) seem to personalize (over personalize) their profiles and make (obvious) “rules” or “etiquette” for their pages. Oh joy more to look at... That being said I do like how some people (with taste) personalize their photos and put real thought into their profiles. Another huge plus is how super easy it is to send packages with Poshmark just emailing you the shipping label and allocating the money for shipping ahead of time. Makes the process a no brainer and why this review got 4 stars instead of the 3 the chaotic culture and style of the app deserves.
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  • Easy to use, but... Dec 10, 2017

    By Stagegymaster
    I signed up in early 2015, and I have to say this app is fantastically easy to use and I love it. I've done ok, selling-wise, gotten some great deals, as well as met (virtually, anyway) some great ladies. It’s wonderful! A few cons - I wish they had better filters when searching for items. As some reviewers have noted, "abandoned" closets or users who haven't signed on in months still have their items come up in search results. I also wish sellers had to ship faster - paying almost $7 for priority mail shipping is frustrating as you could wait up to 7 days for the seller to ship. At least PM follows up on day 4 now, but that doesn’t mean a seller will ship timely. I think you should be able to cancel your order on day 5 of waiting, if you don’t hear from your seller. Additionally in the last year, the site has focused a lot more on wholesale - there is a huge glut of cheap clothes that users buy from China wholesale sites and resell at steep markups. Everyone is selling the same crap, and it’s harder to find quality stuff. I also think they lack seller protections - sometimes users give you low ratings when items don't fit, and you get some canned response from PM that basically says "Oh well, take the good with the bad”
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  • Better for buyers Jul 31, 2019

    By Amoureis
    I buy and sell, and it’s def better for buyers than sellers. You can make offers and communicate easily with sellers. There are some great deals to be had. Just make sure you ask all your questions and request pics until you’re confident you want to buy since there are no returns (except when something has been blatantly misrepresented). Selling, on the other hand, has downsides that are the flip side of the same coin. People make ridiculous lowball offers. For example, say I’ve used a $200 handbag just a few times but then for whatever reason need some cash. I list for $100 which is a fair price and very good deal (keeping in mind I won’t be getting the full $100 anyway), and someone comes in offering $40. It’s just insulting and a waste of my time and I don’t even want to bother negotiating. This obv isn’t the app, but worth mentioning because it’s part of the overall Poshmark experience. I’d say the vast majority of buyers behave like this. Out of every 25 transactions, probably only 1 is a straight up purchase at listed price. Plus, you have to put a LOT of work into keeping your items visible and be super active on the app. But the worst part about selling is the 20% fee. I’ve ended up making $2 on an item before. The best part about selling is how the shipping label is just emailed to you so you can just pop the item into the drop box. Honestly not sure I would do this over again - I’d look into other apps for sure.
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  • Fee and shipping rates are too high. Aug 6, 2019

    By NICEWARE
    I initially thought Posh was a fun way to sell on line but the high fees and shipping rates are a problem. I have literally received 5 cents from selling items for $3. Once the item is below $10 then the minimum Posh fee of $2.95 becomes greater than 20%. Additionally, it’s hardly worth paying $6.49 in shipping fees for inexpensive lightweight items. I think this structure needs to be revised. As a seller, I basically give away stuff; regardless of how low I price merchandise, the offers come in ridiculously (insultingly) lower where I often prefer not to sell. As a buyer, the items I like are marked up above what I see in retail (or they are not bargain shoppers and grossly over paid from the start). The constant promotions just encourage us to continue marking stuff down with no benefits. I don’t think the application is easy to use as I would like to be able to look at the sellers stats before a purchase to assure quality. I did appreciate the free authentication of items above $500. Additionally, sellers must stay alert to constant scammers. I don’t think I will continue to do this much longer. There should be more avenues to provide feedback, like themes for Posh parties like: White Party Attire (all white items), Game Day (jerseys and sports paraphernalia), Plus size parties, High Cotton (only 100% cotton), etc. I think requiring the fabrication as listed on labels is important.
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  • Jan 15, 2021

    By Amy c
    Over all good experience but the shipping and taxes..Just Bad! Buyers be ware sellers are able to stalk your profile, discover your real name, (thank goodness I don't put all my info there), your purchase history to include not just your items, but what you have paid for them too. Just found that out.
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  • Yikes. Aug 31, 2018

    By CoolMomsRock!
    The app seems to work fine but I had to offload it because of business structure vs functionality. Here’s what I don’t like: T huge majority of these sellers are ridiculous. I’ve had one trying to sell me the same already worn dress for $40 that I could’ve bought new, at Macy’s, on clearance, for $40 plus tax which would be less than her used $40 dress with shipping. Second- the emails and alerts and reminders are overwhelming. I don’t really need or want a bazillion of them every day. If sellers were encouraged to price things to move, they wouldn’t be barraging buyers with repeated discount offers, clogging up my email and my phones CPU. They’d actually sell items. Poshmark could fix this problem by suggesting 75% off price originally paid (who pays full retail upfront anyway? No one.) and higher based on age of item and condition. Shoes aren’t posh if the heels are worn to nubs. Also- I’m not buying a damaged “designer” item at any discount once there’s a hole in it, it doesn’t matter what the label says. No one sees the label. They see the hole. That’s what Goodwill is for. There are a ton of items that are listed but no longer for sale, and it’s not obvious- Poshmark should have a time limit for sellers which would encourage them to price things to move and bonus- not frustrate buyers looking at a coat that someone couldn’t sell last year for $50 so they donated it and never deleted the listing.
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  • Steep commission, meh w/failed transactions Jun 7, 2018

    By Mm079
    Poshmark is outstanding because of the inventory posted by the users/members. PM itself takes a hefty 20% Commission for the convenience of using its platform and its shipping/payment software. That’s some pretty light lifting by PM and not a whole lot of risk for 20% (the $500+ authentication service is worth it). Also, if a transaction goes bad, especially something as simple as a canceled sale, it takes Poshmark two full business days to return the funds... that are simply sitting in Poshmark’s accounts. If a buyer used redeemable funds (also sitting in Poshmark’s accounts), which were deducted from her/his available balance immediately at the time of the sale, a canceled sale (with no merchandise shipped) should result in immediate replenishment of those redeemable funds. The two day delay, especially in that scenario, makes no sense and probably doesn’t even benefit PM a whole lot because they hold the funds regardless of whether they are in “escrow” waiting for the sale to be completed or are assigned to an individual “redeemable funds” balance, earning whatever (overnight interest, etc.) they do on the “float.” Nevertheless, this is still the best option for finding fantastic, comprehensive, inventory and being able to negotiate price with the actual seller, so I’m in it until someone improves on the process or offers a more economical option for the users.
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  • Jan 17, 2021

    By Wendy Wood
    I downloaded the app and filled out the info, it didn't require verification or mention it when I got everything set up. When I attempted to purchase some items it all seemed to go through; I got an email purchase confirmation and the money was taken from my account. I got a message from the seller "did you mean to cancel?" The system blocked me from being able to respond and canceled the order because I wasn't verified yet. It says it will notify me when it is finished verifying. It's been days
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  • Jan 18, 2021

    By Michelle Li
    Trying to add PayPal is such a pain. It won't load and it won't go back. Everytime I've tried to add a Paypal, I've had to uninstall and reinstall because it broke my payment options.
  • Shipping needs to change ASAP Jan 17, 2021

    By NikkiBit0822
    Poshmark is a great app, but I find myself using Mercari more and more simply because of the shipping issues. On Mercari, not only can you choose what company you want to ship with (they show you different costs of each one), they also adjust shipping based on weight. So items that weigh less than 5 oz, it only costs $3.49 to ship, as opposed to over $7. I’m not sure why Poshmark isn’t getting on board with this same aspect. Are they pocketing the extra money once they cut the shipping label for the weight or are they doing flat rate shipping? Are they getting a business rate for flat rate shipping then charging users full price? Probably. Not sure. Either way, there is absolutely no need to flat rate ship something that weighs 3 oz. It completely scr3ws the buyer and shipper.. the buyer because they are paying outrageous shipping charges obviously.. but also the seller, because if the $7 shipping charge puts the item over what the buyer wants to pay, they don’t buy it. I can’t tell you how many items I’ve wanted to buy, but I’ve passed on, because the shipping charge just makes it WAY overpriced. This shipping issue will be the downfall of Poshmark once more and more people realize they can do the same thing for less money on Mercari. Please fix it, Poshmark Team. Your users deserve better.
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  • Be very careful Jul 3, 2019

    By poshers beware
    While most people have a good experience with Poshmark, always remember one thing, it is about making money! Poshmark is not going to make money if buyers don’t buy. So, they will side with the buyer! I had a great experience until this happened to me. A buyer bought a bag, opened it and filed a case she said,I put some kind of product on the bag to make it darker and the leather bag smelled rancid. She provided pictures that were not clear, not in natural light. Pictures were only of the front of the bag as well. I was stunned I never had anything like this happen while selling on Poshmark. I quickly demanded to see pictures in natural light of the whole bag. This bag I bought from another posher it was in fabulous condition. I only had it for a short time .Certainly no smells or odors. Support was useless!!! I wrote to them right away!They sided with her. That was three days ago still haven’t seen the bag and never did get the pictures Of the whole bag front and back in natural light like I requested. I get great reviews from other buyers, so this is not just complaining. This experience propelled me to write to say, remember selling on Poshmark is not about great customer service to both the buyer and the seller it is about making money for Poshmark first and foremost.
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  • Mediocre Jan 14, 2018

    By Obey1989
    While Poshmark does make selling items more simple, there are a few things that need improving. Firstly, there is very little seller protection. Buyers are able to rate their purchase, but if given negative feedback, the seller has no way to dispute the untrue comments. For example, I sold a vintage item and listed the physical measurements in the description. However, the buyer failed to read the description and stated the size was incorrect. I don’t really see how that is MY fault as I specially listed the waist dimensions as well as length. Second, Poshmark takes a whopping 20% commission off of your sale. If you sell your item for $5 or less, they take 50% commission. If you sell your item for $2 or less, you get $0.05 of the profit. Not sure how they can justify that, as they buyer pays shipping and the seller must provide all of the shipping supplies. They say the have 1-3 day expedited shipping, but it can take up to a week for the item to arrive at its destination. Something they need to address with USPS. Lastly, I have been harassed by other users. One lady felt it was her duty to comment bible versus on any article of clothing she deemed inappropriate. I reported her several times with no response from the Poshmark team. Use this app with caution.
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  • Jan 17, 2021

    By James Taloopo
    Designed so poorly it's basically a scam itln itself. Gives little to no tracking information, and then deletes all said tracking information once it is deemed delivered even when it never was delivered. They also don't have a way to direct message the seller to help sort it out which leads to having to communicate other social media platforms through the comments on their listings. I would strongly recommend avoiding this app.
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  • Jan 16, 2021

    By AlaskAnne
    App doesnt load. Tried tech support. They not only couldnt solve the problem, but after numerous interactions, descriptions, etc, im not sure they ever understood that the app refused to load. I got tired of being blamed for their issues and uninstalled. Fire tablet
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  • Jan 14, 2021

    By _ strawberry
    The search system is wack, the way everything is ordered and the way the system puts things into catagories is all mixed up and it's annoying and hard to find things. I'm upset that I wasted my time.
  • Welcome to high school, Poshmark academy of wanna be mean girls Oct 13, 2018

    By mng8986
    I started on poshmark about 8 months ago, it was fun at first. I use many resale apps. And poshmark is the only app that allows its users to be closed circles, trashing each other sabotaging each other. Most resale apps, don’t even allow as much as a cuss word, much less allow another user to create a listing with all their personal information and photos of their children. Most apps have programs or real people who detect these problems and nip them in the bud, not Poshmark they make you wait 3 days, then they ask for a direct to the listing before they take it down. Also you ever felt unsafe about your home address being on the label you should, the user harrassing me. Tried to send the police to my home! This whole experience has been a nightmare Poshmark has let this user repeatedly invade my privacy. Kept me from making sales, and even after I sent Poshmark all the evidence they still have done nothing this user even posted gloating about the police reports. I did nothing to provoke this attack. And I have heard of similar stories of other users who are Poshmark ambassadors from hell! Preying on new users. What if this user had been successful or even worse made up some crazy scenario to get the police to come to my home. Trigger happy police all over what? A user with too much time on their hands? I am leaving this app, Poshmark provides no protection for its users. Poshmark where the pettiness is real
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  • Cannot delete old offers and parties! May 3, 2020

    By Lucy1277
    I've only bought a few things on here but I've received a whole lot of notifications for offers and parties. I've tried like crazy to delete the old offers and party notifications but Poshmark's website says there's no way to opt out of party invites and no way to delete all of the old offers and/or bundles, and also that you can't make any changes to your account online, only through the app, and that doesn't go far enough. When you click to only show active offers/bundles, it doesn't show the offers previously made cause they've since expired. I've tried to unlike items but the offers still show up so if I want to make a counter offer I have to check through all the old offers to find the one item. It's ridiculous. There's just garbage to look through. I don't want party invites and I want to delete my offers/bundles/party invites, and anything else that might come up. I've turned off all of the notifications but they're still there when I reopen the app and they pop up every time I'm in the app. In addition, I agree that the 20% cut and the high shipping costs hurt everyone. I've gotten offers with reduced shipping but when I try to accept an offer it says I'm going to be paying the normal $7.11, so I don't do it. Then when I want to make an offer, I factor in the $7.11 shipping costs and offer the difference to the seller. All of this is so annoying!
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