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Paying your eBay selling fees
Selling fees are charges for listing and selling your items on eBay, such as insertion fees, final value fees and fees for optional listing features. Learn more about selling fees
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:
To view or change your automatic payment method:
eBay offers these methods for you to pay your selling fees:
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.
The payment due date is determined by the date eBay generates your invoice (either the 15th of the month or the last day of the month). For information on payment requirements, late fees, and payment schedules, see Your payment due date.
If you don't have automatic payments set up via PayPal or credit card, you can only accrue up to €25.00 in selling fees. We can, at our discretion, prevent you from listing more items when you exceed this limit. Your account will be reactivated when you pay the balance.
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:
To see an invoice:
Credits and refunds
You can receive credit on your account under certain conditions.
If your account has a credit balance, you can ask us to send you a refund.
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