- Start getting paid on eBay2 min article
Getting paid for items you’ve sold on eBay is simple. Your buyers can choose from a range of payment methods, eBay manages the end-to-end payments process, and you receive your funds directly in your checking account.
- Registering as a seller4 min article
When you register as an eBay seller, we'll confirm your identity, checking account details for payouts, and business details if applicable.
- Updating your checking account details for payouts2 min article
As an eBay seller, you’ll receive your payouts in your linked checking account. If your checking account details aren’t up to date, or if you want to receive payouts to a different account, you'll need to update your checking account details from the Payments tab in Seller Hub, or from Payments in My eBay. Alternatively, you may choose to receive payouts to a debit card linked to your account.
Fees and reporting
- Selling fees20 min article
We charge two main types of selling fees: an insertion fee when you create a listing, and a final value fee when your item sells.
- Store selling fees16 min article
For a monthly subscription, you can run your own eBay Store. The fees and benefits vary depending on the type of Store subscription you choose.
- Fees for selling vehicles on eBay Motors6 min article
The fees for selling a vehicle on eBay Motors are different from the fees for selling items in other categories. The amount you pay depends on the listing package you choose – Basic, Premium, or Plus. Each listing package offers different levels of bundled features for a set fee.
- Reconciling your eBay sales transactions4 min article
When managing your business, it’s important to have access to all your sales and transaction information. eBay provides a detailed, end-to-end breakdown of all your selling activity, so you can make sure your internal records are accurate and up to date.
- Taxes and import charges5 min article
When you sell on eBay, you're responsible for complying with all applicable tax laws. If you're selling to buyers outside the US, you should inform them about the potential import charges they'll need to pay when they receive their item.
eBay has changed the way taxes are collected and remitted. Learn more about the changes.
- eBay and Form 1099-K2 min article
You may receive a Form 1099-K from eBay, depending on the totals of your sales and transactions. This is to help you comply with your tax obligations.
- Getting paid for items you've sold4 min article
Getting paid for items you've sold on eBay is simple. Your buyers can choose from many payment methods, and you'll receive your payouts directly in your checking account or Visa or Mastercard debit card. You can track all of your payouts in the Payments tab in My eBay.
- Setting up and changing your payment method for fees and selling costs3 min article
Your fees and other selling costs are automatically deducted from your sales proceeds. However, you’ll need to set up a valid payment method to cover your selling costs in case your sales proceeds are insufficient. A valid payment method includes a debit or credit card, or a linked payout bank account.
- Payments on hold2 min article
We know it's important that you receive your money as quickly as possible. However, we may sometimes need to put a hold on your funds due to your selling history or performance, or to address disputes. This helps us keep eBay a safe marketplace for buyers and sellers.
- Using the Payments tab in Seller Hub3 min article
The Payments tab in Seller Hub helps you keep track of all the payouts you receive from your eBay transactions.
Refunds and disputes
- Refunding buyers2 min article
Depending on the situation, there are a number of ways a refund can be issued. Refunds can be issued by you, or by eBay.
- Handling payment disputes3 min article
If your buyer opens a payment dispute, you can generally choose to accept the dispute, or challenge the dispute with supporting evidence.