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Hi just sold a Drumkit on ebay for £100 other than the listing fee does anyone no what other fees will be charged? Thanks in advance Read More
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7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
Hi just sold a Drumkit on ebay for £100
other than the listing fee does anyone no what other fees will be charged?
Thanks in advance
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7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
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1 Like #1
Final value fees and Paypal fees presuming you went through Paypal.
#2
baffledsalmon
Final value fees and Paypal fees presuming you went through Paypal.


+1
1 Like #4
Should be 10% of the final price (so £10)

Plus 3.4% + 20p Paypal fees (so about another £3.60-£4.00, depending on your postage costs)
banned 1 Like #5
if you have sold it then it will tell you in your account what you need to pay
1 Like #6
midlandscomics
Should be 10% of the final price (so £10)

Plus 3.4% + 20p Paypal fees (so about another £3.60-£4.00, depending on your postage costs)


thats what I got too....was trying to figure out the %'s
#7
Thanks peeps not sure if he will pay by PP yet, I had to offer it, but hoping he will pay COD.
So with listing fee £4 odd and if he pays by PP am probably looking at £20 which is quite a chunk off £100!
1 Like #8
Does it come under media

Think that's 9% if so.

As Sassie said,look in your seller account it will be shown there.
#9
deb8z
Does it come under media

Think that's 9% if so.

As Sassie said,look in your seller account it will be shown there.

Will Do Thanks :thumbsup:
#10
pink
Thanks peeps not sure if he will pay by PP yet, I had to offer it, but hoping he will pay COD.
So with listing fee £4 odd and if he pays by PP am probably looking at £20 which is quite a chunk off £100!


I'd push for cash on collection.

Email and ask when they want to collect and pay cash:-D
#11
looked On seller account £14.37 thats without PP charge, am defo going to ask him to pay COD , hope he calls me before he pays!
#12
pink
looked On seller account £14.37 thats without PP charge, am defo going to ask him to pay COD , hope he calls me before he pays!


You can still refund it if you want and get the buyer to pay cash on collection,just make sure you click on refund from the original Paypal transaction page and then no fees are incurred:thumbsup:
#13
deb8z
You can still refund it if you want and get the buyer to pay cash on collection,just make sure you click on refund from the original Paypal transaction page and then no fees are incurred:thumbsup:


Oo Thanks for that :thumbsup:
1 Like #14
Do not ever allow someone to pay paypal for a item they collect, you will have no proof they had it and can so easily claim item not received and they WILL win it.

For paypal proof of receipt they will need to see a signed proof of delivery from a delivery agent.
#15
harlzter
Do not ever allow someone to pay paypal for a item they collect, you will have no proof they had it and can so easily claim item not received and they WILL win it.

It said I had to offer Paypal, Think it is becaus ethe account is quite new
#16
pink;6663997
It said I had to offer Paypal, Think it is becaus ethe account is quite new


You have to offer paypal on all items except motors.

I always put if collecting cash only and any paypal payments will be immediately returned due to risk of scammers. Never had a problem yet.
#17
harlzter
You have to offer paypal on all items except motors.

I always put if collecting cash only and any paypal payments will be immediately returned due to risk of scammers. Never had a problem yet.


You're at risk of getting you're item removed by Ebay if anybody bothered to report you by writing that ^^^^
banned#18
as already said, never allow paypal on collection, also get them to sign to say they have jhad it, cash on collection means they can tell ebay you refused to sell
#19
sassie
as already said, never allow paypal on collection, also get them to sign to say they have jhad it, cash on collection means they can tell ebay you refused to sell


Yes i will do that thanks sassie:)
#20
Thanks for help everyone have left Rep :)
#21
deb8z;6664068
You're at risk of getting you're item removed by Ebay if anybody bothered to report you by writing that ^^^^


Id rather lose a small amount by having the listing removed than losing the value of the item and the item itself.

I thought the wording on ebay said you have to offer paypal as an option anyway? Nothing to say you have to accept the sent payment? It didnt use to anyway.

Its always been on larger more expensive items anyway and on a buy it now basis, buyers have always messaged me asking questions and arranged to view. not one clicked buy it now:whistling: No sale, no fee, and items no longer available.:whistling::whistling:
banned#22
surprisingly (or not as the case is) eBay have an entire section dedicated to this kind of question

may be best to start there................
#23
dimebars
surprisingly (or not as the case is) eBay have an entire section dedicated to this kind of question

may be best to start there................


You and your sarcasm,you're worse than me :giggle:
banned#24
dimebars
surprisingly (or not as the case is) eBay have an entire section dedicated to this kind of question

may be best to start there................


deb8z
You and your sarcasm,you're worse than me :giggle:


come on - what do you expect!
#25
harlzter
Id rather lose a small amount by having the listing removed than losing the value of the item and the item itself.

I thought the wording on ebay said you have to offer paypal as an option anyway? Nothing to say you have to accept the sent payment? It didnt use to anyway.

Its always been on larger more expensive items anyway and on a buy it now basis, buyers have always messaged me asking questions and arranged to view. not one clicked buy it now:whistling: No sale, no fee, and items no longer available.:whistling::whistling:


I was referring to this announcement RE the wording on a listing :

As of 5 November 2009, you will be unable to list your item if cash is referenced as part of your payment instructions for in person transactions, outside of a few limited categories called out within the Accepted Payments policy.

Although you may offer payment upon pick-up as an option when listings your items, you cannot openly solicit cash payments. For example, you are not allowed to say, I accept cash in person or Cash accepted on collection. Instead, we recommend you say, Contact me for payment methods to pay upon pick-up.

Please note that these changes are being made to align with our Accepted Payments policy
#26
dimebars
come on - what do you expect!


Nothing less:thumbsup:
#27
deb8z;6664876
I was referring to this announcement RE the wording on a listing :

As of 5 November 2009, you will be unable to list your item if cash is referenced as part of your payment instructions for in person transactions, outside of a few limited categories called out within the Accepted Payments policy.

Although you may offer payment upon pick-up as an option when listings your items, you cannot openly solicit cash payments. For example, you are not allowed to say, I accept cash in person or Cash accepted on collection. Instead, we recommend you say, Contact me for payment methods to pay upon pick-up.

Please note that these changes are being made to align with our Accepted Payments policy



nice, yet more ammo for scammers against honest sellers.

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