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Paypal echeque Am I up early or What!!!!!!!!!!!

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Last night I sold my sons Bench Jacket on Ebay, I did put payment by paypal! But they have paid me by echeque through paypal, payment won't clear for me til the 11th-13thMay! Ebay and Paypal are s…
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
Last night I sold my sons Bench Jacket on Ebay, I did put payment by paypal!

But they have paid me by echeque through paypal, payment won't clear for me til the 11th-13thMay! Ebay and Paypal are saying don't post the item till I recive the cleared funds!

I know I have paypal fees, but do I have to pay anything extra because they have paid by echeque?
Also if I put paypal payment, does that mean it was ok for them to send me an echeque?

Ive been doing ebay for quite a few years buying mostly, but every now and again I do sell a few odd bits the kids have finished with, Ive never had an echeque before! Any advice would be gratefully recived.
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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1 Like #1
As you see long, long, long time in clearing but otherwise no problem.
#2
Hard times!
#3
[FONT="Century Gothic"][SIZE="3"][COLOR="Red"]hi,
fees are just the same as if they paid by instant paypal, non extra.
they are a pain in behind as they take so long to clear, its like them writing a cheque to paypal, then its gotta clear, then paypal pay you.

i've had a couple in past but i usually go to paypal and cancel the e-cheque as they take so long, would rather a postal order...

but its right, don't post untill paypal tell you its cleared and ok to post..

hope that helps.[/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT]
#4
I had one of my auctions pulled last week for stating "no echeques" in my payment terms. Paypal's eCheques are compulsary.

It's eBays way of allowing people that are unverified or have bank account funded instant payments frequently "bounce" a crack at using eBay anyway - quite annoying IMO!
#5
I think eCheque is where the PayPal user has set up their bank details but not their card details, so it works the same as a paper cheque and takes time to clear.

The other reason for it being eCheque is that their card on record has expired and therefore the payment was put through via the bank source. This happened to me.

Follow the advice, do not post the item until the funds have cleared. It is then that you can post the item to the buyer.

:)
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[QUOTE=SUMMONER]I had one of my auctions pulled last week for stating "no echeques" in my payment terms. Paypal's eCheques are compulsary.

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[FONT="Century Gothic"][SIZE="3"][COLOR="Red"]yep, same here, so now i don't say that, just message the buyer instead and cancel e-cheques, everyone has been happy with that and to send PO, plus they get their items quicker :thumbsup:[/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT]
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SUMMONER
I had one of my auctions pulled last week for stating "no echeques" in my payment terms. Paypal's eCheques are compulsary.

It's eBays way of allowing people that are unverified or have bank account funded instant payments frequently "bounce" a crack at using eBay anyway - quite annoying IMO!


Am glad you have said this as next time i was going to do a listing I was going to put No echeques
#8
StevenA2000_uk
I think eCheque is where the PayPal user has set up their bank details but not their card details, so it works the same as a paper cheque and takes time to clear.

The other reason for it being eCheque is that their card on record has expired and therefore the payment was put through via the bank source. This happened to me.

Follow the advice, do not post the item until the funds have cleared. It is then that you can post the item to the buyer.

:)


Ive had an email from the buyer they rekon paypal told them it would be cleared by 4th May, Paypal are telling me 11th-13th May! the buyer reckons they have registered a card!
#9
tinkerbell28
Just reply and tell the what PP have said to you, and you can't send until it clears, echeques take forever.


I have sent them a copy of what paypal said! I do hope it takes ages, just for their sake, Oh am I being horrible now! LOL

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