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Do I Have To Use Paypal To Buy On Ebay

If you have an issue paying with PayPal, contact your seller first to let them know there could be a delay in payment. If the following troubleshooting tips don't resolve the problem, contact PayPal directly to find a solution.

do i have to use paypal to buy on ebay

Yes you can. You might want to read how MP works. I feel the best way to handle finances on ebay now is to open a separate bank account for MP and have a pay pal account that you can use in certain instances.

Buyers pay with their choice of Paypal, credit cards, debit cards, Google Pay or Apple Pay. The payment is processed and sent to your checking account. If anything buyers have MORE payment options now.

You are in Sri Lanka you have NEVER been able to use PayPal for selling. As for the rest of the world it depends for the US the answer would be NO. As eBay converts the rest of the world to MP those sellers will also be unable to use PayPal for selling.

When you create a listing you do not have to specify a payment method. eBay will insert in the listing the payment methods a buyer can pay with. When their payment clears eBay the proceeds will be available to you via Payoneer. You can withdraw the money to your checking account or use a Payoneer Card to withdraw funds from an ATM, or use the card in stores or places wherever Mastercard is accepted.

By replacing PayPal with a customised payment service, eBay will be able to provide a smooth checkout process customised for the local habits of buyers in all markets in which it operates. That will be a significant improvement for eBay users who are coming from many different countries and, therefore, have different habits and expectations with regards to payments.

Taking control over dispute management is an opportunity for eBay to improve the service for sellers and buyers. However, the dispute management also points at new risks that eBay will assume responsibility for, as well. While PayPal provides protection from fraudulent transactions, eBay will have to ensure a proper risk management to balance seller and buyer protection itself. To be better than an experienced global payment expert like PayPal might prove to be much harder than some people think.

Despite the split, the two companies' businesses have remained tightly linked. PayPal continued to process payments for eBay and is the preferred payment method for most of the buyers and sellers on the site.

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Ebay says it adheres to the same rules as other direct debit schemes, meaning customers will have advanced notice of how much is being taken out and will receive refunds for any fraudulent or incorrect payments.

I reviewed your eBay transactions and verified shipping was paid through your eBay funds. We do not have any record of charges being made to your PayPal account. For us to investigate the issue further we need a copy of the PayPal transaction IDs along with the transaction details page which should show the order number, transaction date and tracking number associated with the charge. Once we have this information, we can cross check it to the information on your eBay account to verify where the charges are coming from. WE know you have spent a lot of time trying to rectify this and appreciate you spending time providing us with this information. Feel free to send a few examples at first and if we need more information, we can request it at that time. Please provide this information to us by replying directly to this email and attaching the relevant documentation.

I am not happy with giving eBay access to my bank account. They have been hacked before! Fortunately, I have a separate account which I can use to keep an eye on things. However, I would have expected some consultation, or at least the option to stay with PayPal. The so- called benefit to us is 0.1 percent. The extra fees for eBay will be much higher. Greedy! or what?

Sold an open-box laptop on ebay. Buyer got buyers remorse and claimed fraud. Ebay refunded the buyer and tried but failed to take it out of my bank account without permission. It failed because I had the fore sight to close that checking account. Then, I closed that eBay account immediately. So, eBay is the only one that lost money. I will only buy from them from now on. So, eBay only screwed themselves. They are horrible for sellers.

I have stop selling on ebay (as a hobby)since i was told i needed to raise my seller rating.ebayes solutions are to take a higher fee for having a low seller rating.i will not be ebayes WHORE. you can not force people to buy from you.Just got a email from threateningto limit my selling or other action go ahead i will see you on Mercari

When eBay final value fees are paid via PayPal to eBay, the seller does not pay PayPal a fee, PayPal take a fee from the recipient(eBay) not the seller paying the fees. If something is sold for cash, the seller pays no PayPal fees at all and would only pay ebay seller fees, which eBay is now increasing! And with this new system ebay will now not pay PayPal fees and also collect and extra 2.8% from the seller a win win for eBay. They are twisting the facts to make it sound like sellers are getting a better deal, but they are not. EBay are to avoid paying PayPal fees and charge the seller extra fees.

Been selling to supplement low income and help me through the crisis work in hospitality and have not been allowed to work in 18 months and as I was ill for two years preceding Covid I do not qualify for Aid Selling my goods is all I have to keep the money coming in and Ebay do this to me meaning real hardship I do not even have enough money to post the items I sold despite Ebay taking their fees Just changing was a nightmare as I have no mobile phone or driving licence I am trying market place but that means starting a Facebook account and further delays and hardship I am running out of credit and no money to repay it and now they will not let my android tablet for photos connect to Ebay Cheers partner 15 years and you treat me like this this not at all happy no wonder Paypal wanted a divorce So do I

Been selling and buying on ebay for about 20 years on a small scale. Ebay was a great platform for a long time with nationwide exposure for my items i sell. Managed payments is all about CONTROL and Fraud in my opinion. Once something has sold, it has taken about 12 days on average before the money landed in my account. (the first item sold since forced into this payment system took 23 days)

What all small sellers need to understand is that EBay have no interest in what you sell , you are irrelevant to them now , they figure if you leave another mug will be along shortly .They are correct .

Their loss I have made 55 purchases through Amazon since E Bay dropped me . That is bad business sense in my opinion.A debt collection agency have now been appointed but I have also told them I will not pay this exorbitant fee Whatever .

Ever since I am getting payment directly from ebay i am not given the postage amount (that i am effectively paying from my pocket) and then on top ebay is deducting further a percentage which is same for very small payments like 3 too.

So when you look at the breakdown the eBay final value % fees are charged on the Total sale: Winning Bid/Buy it Now price + shipping + sales tax on both (in USA buyer charged local sales tax, varies where they live) then adds .30c (p) listing fee. What is left is your final payout. so keep in mind that eBay takes their fee on shipping and sales tax too. This is why sellers charge extra on shipping and have to ask a little more on starting bid sometimes to cover the fees after sale and not end up losing money out of pocket.

Yes you have to be careful on Paypal too. These days scammers and fraud seller/buyers are rampant. Also Im not happy with where ebay has gone. I have been a seller and buyer since ebay began in 98-99. I have gone back to sell on there this last year and was very unhappy when I first moved to managed payouts. Im still not thrilled, eBay is a different place these days. My daughter sells on other platforms and there are issues there as well. Unfortunately ebay has the most traffic but I do not like the whole open case refund buyer without considering the seller or the situation rules. I agree that ebay rewards the scammer and accesses your funds to do it. However EVERY selling platform is going to ask you for your bank info for direct deposit of sales after fees. You even had to give Paypal, Venmo, Zelle etc that information to move funds. We just need to be careful these days when everything is electronic and online. Do your research, keep up with developing scams to be aware and watch your accounts. Amazon and others can be just as bad. FB marketplace is like craigslist you need to be careful for safety and scammers. there is no regulation or recourse. 041b061a72

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