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Paying your eBay seller fees

Selling fees are charges for selling your items on eBay, such as Insertion Fees, Final Value Fees, and fees for optional listing features. Learn more about seller fees and how they are determined.

When you set up your seller account, you specify an automatic payment method to pay your seller fees  You can also pay fees with a one-time payment. If you make a one-time payment, check your invoice date to make sure you allow at least five days between your scheduled automatic payment and your one-time payment to prevent duplicate payments.

You can update your payment information or remove a payment method from your account at any time.

Learn more about seller fees on eBay.com.au.

How to pay

You can make a payment or change your payment method at any time in My eBay.

To make a one-time payment:
  1. Go to My eBay. You may need to sign in.

  2. Click the Account tab.

  3. Under Payment methods for Seller Fees, click the one-time payment link.

  4. Choose the payment method you'd like to use and follow the instructions to make your payment.

To view or change your automatic payment method:
  1. Go to My eBay. You may need to sign in.

  2. Click the Account tab.

  3. Your automatic payment method is shown under Payment methods for Seller Fees. Click the Change the automatic payment method link to make changes.

  4. Choose the payment method you'd like to add or update, and follow the instructions.

Learn more about making a one-time payment and updating your monthly automatic payments.

Payment methods

You can pay your seller fees in several ways.

PayPal
When you sign up for monthly PayPal payments, your amount due is automatically deducted from your PayPal account each month - no sooner than 10 days after you receive your invoice. You can also make a one-time payment using PayPal.
  • PayPal withdraws funds from your PayPal account balance.

  • If there are insufficient funds in your PayPal account, PayPal uses the funding source you selected when you signed up for automatic PayPal payments.

  • If you didn't select a preferred funding source during that process, PayPal uses whatever PayPal funding source you've provided.

You can change your PayPal funding source for eBay fees at any time from the Profile page in your PayPal account. You can also specify funding sources that you don't want to use for automatic payments.
Credit card
If you place your credit card on file (Visa or MasterCard), we can automatically charge your fees to this card each month. Your credit card is usually charged five to seven days after you receive your invoice. You can also make a one-time payment with your credit card.
Direct debit
Direct Debit is available to sellers who are billed in Australian dollars and who have an Australian bank account. With Direct Debit, we automatically deduct your seller fees from your bank account on the same day each month.
To sign up for Direct Debit, you need to provide your bank account and BSB numbers, which are shown on your bank statement. You can also make a one-time Direct Debit payment from your bank account. Your payment will be posted to your account within two business days.
Cheque and money order
It may take up to 10 business days after we receive your cheque to process and post the payment to your account. When paying by cheque or money order, submit a payment voucher along with your cheque or money order and post it to the address on the voucher. Allow 10 business days plus delivery time between the date you send the payment and your payment due date.

Your payment due date

eBay will generate an invoice if you have activity on your seller account and/or a balance due of more than $1.00.

You'll need to pay your invoice balance in full each month to keep your account up to date. If you don't keep your account current, your account may be suspended for non-payment and you may be responsible for collection costs.

Your payment due date is based on your invoice date:

  • If your invoice date is on the 15th of the month, your payment is due by the 15th of the following month.

  • If your invoice date is on the last day of the month, your payment is due by the last day of the following month.

Learn more about payment processing and due dates.

Viewing your account activity

You can view all recent activity on your seller account (fees, payments, credits, etc.) and your invoices in My eBay.

To see your seller account page:
  1. Go to My eBay. You may need to sign in.

  2. Place your pointer over the Account tab, and then click the Seller Account link.

To see an invoice:
  1. Go to the Seller Account page in My eBay as described above.

  2. In the Invoices section near the top of the page, select a past invoice from Select Invoice drop down menu.

  3. Click the Go button.

Get more help with looking at your account activity and viewing your invoices.

Credits and refunds

In certain situations, you might be able to receive a credit for seller fees.

If your account has a credit balance, you can ask us to send you a refund.

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