Welcome to StuffAlert help

Overview

Here we will explain the simple steps needed to register and then set up an email eBay alerts for items you are searching eBay for. There may be other questions you have, so please also visit our FAQ page that contains some answers to frequently asked questions. If that does not help, then feel free to Contact Us.

 

FAQ

Our frequently asked questions about StuffAlert and us and more, click here to view all our FAQ's.

StuffAlert - terms used

There are a number of words and phrases (terms) used in the langauge of StuffAlert and we have provided some details as to what they mean, click here to to see the description of the terms used.

How to register

StuffAlert is a simple to use service that allows you to search for items on eBay and get an email when we locate the hard to find items you are looking for. All you need to do is set up an Account. We just need you to complete the registration form, click here to see the detailed step by step tutorial.

How to recover lost password

It happens to the best of us, too many passwords to remember and from time to time you just plain forget for what ever reason. No problems if that occurs, we have a  secure process to follow that allows us to check who you are and recover your password; click here to see the detailed step by step tutorial.

How to manage My Account

Once you have an Account you can go into My Account anytime to update or change your details. You may want to change your email address or you password. It is simple and easy, click here to see the detailed step by step tutorial.

How to edit/view My Details

My Details is where all your personal information is kept. So if you want to change email address, password or your communications preferences they are done here. Click here to see the detailed step by step turotrial.

How to create an Alert

Our search engine is really simple and easy to use. In this new version we have added some additional features. You can now save items we find as part of the realtime keyword search process, as well as saving a search when we get to a point where we do not find anything currently listed in eBay. Either way, once this is set you get an email every-time we find something against the saved keyword search, click here to see the detailed step by step tutorial.

How to edit/view an Alert

Once you have saved your keyword searches, you have the ability to view and edit your Saved Alerts. You have the ability to suspend, delete or change your saved Alerts we have for you. You stay in control, we do the automated searching for you, it is as simple as that, click here to see the detailed step by step tutorial.

How to manage My Found Stuff

Once you have saved your keyword searches, you have the ability to view/edit your Saved Alerts. You can  pause, delete or change your saved Alerts we have for you. You stay in control of what you want to look for and when, we do the automated searching for you, it is as simple as that; click here to see the detailed step by step tutorial.

How to sign in / sign out

Signing in and out of StuffAlert is easy, you just need to enter your username (username or email) and password that you registered with us. To see how to do this simply  click here to see the detailed step by step tutorial.

How to navigate this site

This site is very much improved version of the  original StuffAlert site. We have where possible kept the language and actions as similar as possible to that of the original site, given the tens of thousands of users who have registered with us. In this new version we have added and will continue to add more content, all of it focused to help you with your eBay buying experience. There are plenty of menu links on each page and wherever you see the new StuffAlert 2.0 logo, click on that and it takes you to the home page; click here to see the detailed step by step tutorial.

How to manage cookies

There has been recent updates (2011/2012) to various regulations governing the use of cookies and therefore in this section we explain how to manage the use of cookies through the most common web browsers. It should be noted that disabling cookies may impact your experience of using our website and service. To understand what cookies are and how we use them click here to view our Cookie Policy.


Anything else?

If you have any questions regarding this material or anything else, please feel free to Contact Us.

 

The StuffAlert Team