Generally when you list an item on eBay, you're charged an insertion fee. If the item sells, you're also charged a final value fee. The basic cost of selling an item is the insertion fee plus the final value fee. Learn how the fees are calculated.
Your account status page lists each of your fees, along with a description of what they’re for. If you still don’t understand a charge, you can contact us.
We need a valid credit card on file for your account, even if you’ve used other payment methods in the past. We’ll only charge your credit card if you list an item, and if you specify that card as your preferred payment method.
First, double-check your account status page. If you haven’t received credit, check the reason that you closed your Unpaid Item Dispute against our final value fee credits list, since not all reasons result in credit.
For credit card and checking account payments, make sure that the account currently on file for automatic payments is the same one you last used to pay the account. When you have confirmed your registration information, go ahead and request a refund.
An invoice schedules an automatic payment from the payment method on file at the time of invoicing. The only way to stop the automatic payment is to submit an immediate one-time payment in full for the invoice five days or more in advance of the payment, otherwise the automatic payment happens as scheduled.