To Update Your Information or
To Make and Print Your Tags or
To Check on Your Sold Items
(Note: Must Register First)
If You Have Consigned Before
If This Is Your First Time
To Earn 70% & Shop Pre-Sales
If You Are New to PIO and
Want to Receive Sale Info
Why Tags Are Important
Of all aspects of being a consignor, this one is crucial. Your tags are used for our records and for making sure that you get credit for your items. Save yourself (and others) a headache and do them correctly.
If you are a returning consignor, log in to your homepage; you will be able to make tags from your homepage menu. If you are a new consignor, first register with us, then log in to your homepage. You
can make tags from there.
Take a minute to look at the template, in order to familiarize yourself with the details of our bar-coded tags.
Take another minute to read the “ Consignor Homepage Help ” document.
Remember, you set your own price and keep 65% or 70% of the profit. Use reasonable prices. Ask yourself if you would pay your prices?
Items cannot be priced for less than $3.00 and must be in increments of fifty cents.
Once you’re done making tags, please print them out on white card stock.
Attach your tags to the right hand side of the garment (if the garment is facing you) with a safety pin or tag gun. Attach on the shoulder or very front, right side but do not place on the sleeve or left side. Do not weave the pin through the card, instead use a hold punch or just make a hold with your pin and attach to the garment making only one hole. Also, do not use straight pins.
On toys and other items, fasten a tag (with safety pins or tape), so that it will stay attached to the item.
Concerning items in a baggie, place the tag in the bag and tape the bag shut. Do not tape the tag to the bag (outside or inside).
Print Quality Is Key!
Poorly printed tags are a frustration for shoppers and cashiers; shoppers can't read them and cashiers can't scan them.
When a tag comes through that does not scan, cashiers must enter the tag information manually. With manual entry, mistakes can be made and consignors are the victims. To make sure your tags scan easily, use a high-quality printer, ensure that there is plenty of ink, and no smudges, ink blots, ink runs, or breaks in the barcode.
Hang garments with the hook of the hanger facing left; you will not get your hangers back. No wire hangers are allowed. Items on wire hangers will not be allowed in the sale.
Hang infant to 4T’s on children’s size hangers. Sizes 5 and up can be hung on adult sized plastic hangers.
Hang pants/shirt of 2-piece garments to the top of the hanger with safety pins only. Please don’t attach to the bottom of the shirt.
If you are placing two shirts or two pants together, you need to make sure both items are secured to the hanger or use two hangers which can be zip tied together. Do not hang one item on a hanger and then attach another item to the original item only with safety pins. This will cause your clothing to rip.
You must hang all clothing items over size 24 months, including pajamas. Do not bring any clothing or pajamas sizes 2T and up in baggies.