Note to AU sellers
How to use Paymate internationally
eBay sellers have two options for selling internationally using Paymate. Both options allow your international buyers to pay for items using Paymate. Paymate allows Australian sellers to accept credit card payments from buyers in many different countries worldwide, in several currencies.
: List on eBay.com.au in Australian dollars (AU$). The Paymate logo is conveniently displayed on the item listing page, and your buyer can pay immediately when the listing ends.
Paymate will automatically convert your buyer's credit card payment from one of the supported currencies (US$, British £, EUR €, NZ$) into Australian dollars (AU$) and credit your bank account accordingly.
Option 2: List on any of eBay's international sites using the supported currencies, then send a Money Request after the listing ends. Before using this option, please be aware of the following:
Paymate currently supports payments in Australian dollars, Euros, U.S. Dollars, Pounds Sterling, New Zealand dollars. If you list your item in any of these currencies, your buyer can pay in that currency using Paymate. The payment will automatically be converted into Australian dollars (AU$) and credited directly into your bank account
If you list your item in a currency not supported by Paymate, the buyers will not be able to pay you
To let your buyers know that you accept Paymate, however, you can add a logo and a description to your listing.
Note: At this time, we do not offer the option for NZ sellers to bill in other currencies than their own.
For more information, please visit Paymate.