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£1 eBay Final Value Fees (FVF) on up to 100 items From Sun 9th to Monday 10th June (Selected Accounts)
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£1 eBay Final Value Fees (FVF) on up to 100 items From Sun 9th to Monday 10th June (Selected Accounts)

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Posted 6th Jun

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What is the promotion? Create up to 100 listing(s) on eBay.co.uk in an eligible category, starting during the promotion period, using the auction-style or fixed price format, and pay a maximum of £1 on its final value fees if the item sells.

Before your 100 listings start, you need to have actively opted in to the promotion via the RSVP link shown in the marketing communication.

Also, you won’t pay an insertion fee for each of the 100 listings. Listing upgrade fees will still apply and will be charged according to the eBay fees policy.

The number of listings eligible under this promotion may be less where seller restrictions apply. Click here to learn more about selling limits.

Where is it? eBay.co.uk

Who is eligible? eBay.co.uk registered private sellers who have been invited to participate and have actively opted in to the promotion via the RSVP link shown in the marketing communication. Participation is linked to the seller’s account and is not transferable.

When is it? Valid as per the date shown on the marketing communication.

Only listings which start during the promotion period are eligible. Please refer to “How do I get the promotional rate?” for more details.

How do I get the promotional rate?
  • You must have actively opted in to the promotion via the RSVP link shown in the marketing communication.
  • The promotion is valid for the first 100 listings only which go live during the promotion period (or were previously scheduled to go live during the promotion period) on eBay.co.uk using the auction-style, auction-style with Buy it now option, or fixed price formats, in an eligible category. Listings using the auction-style with Buy it now option will be charged only the listing upgrade fee.
  • Only sellers whose accounts meet eBay’s minimum seller performance standards are eligible. Please sign in to My eBay and view your Seller Dashboard to verify whether your account is currently meeting the standards. The Seller dashboard is available to all sellers. The detailed rating section is available to sellers who‘ve received 5 or more detailed seller ratings (DSRs). Find out more about eBay’s seller performance standards.
  • If you registered after 15 March 2011 or haven’t listed any items for a while, you may have a listing allowance of 10 items per month or of £650 per month, whichever is reached first. You may be able to increase this allowance by providing additional verification.
  • An eligible item previously scheduled to go live during the promotional period will qualify for the promotion only if you have opted in to the promotion before the listing starts.
  • If an item that is eligible for the promotion had previously closed without a successful sale and is re-listed during the promotion period, it will form a part of the 100 listings limit of the promotion. You will not receive a refund of your original insertion fee if the item sells.
  • If an item qualifies for the promotion and when the item sells, the invoice will indicate the fee including the discount. Please note: if the item does not sell the first time and if you relist it after the promotional period or if it is automatically relisted during the promotional period, standard final value fees will be charged according to the eBay fees policy when the relisted item sells.
  • Only single quantity listings are eligible.
  • For items listed in 2 or more categories, only the insertion fee for the first category is included. Standard insertion fees will be charged for listing the same item for each additional category, according to the eBay fees policy.
  • Free listings in this promotion do not count towards your monthly 20 free listings.
  • Your first listing period may vary and is dependent on the listing format you choose (e.g. – auction-style vs buy-it-now), the duration of the listing you choose and the listing experience you use. The first listing period will be considered to have been ended when the listing you create first renews or relists.
Restrictions & exclusions:
  • Business sellers and/or PowerSellers.
  • Sellers who have been invited to participate, but have not actively opted in to the promotion via the RSVP link shown in the marketing communication.
  • All items listed in the Cars, Motorcycles & Vehicles and Property categories. However items listed in the Vehicle Parts & Accessories category are included.
  • Item listed in the Classified format.
  • Auction-style listings ended early.
  • Identical listings that don’t comply with our duplicate listings policy.
  • Any item listed that doesn’t comply with eBay’s listing policies or prohibited and restricted items policies.
  • Any item listed during the promotional period but scheduled to start after the promotional period.
  • Listings that are automatically relisted during the promotional period.
  • Listings that are listed during the promotional period but do not sell and are relisted outside of the promotional period.
  • Multi-quantity listings
  • Listing upgrade fees apply and will be charged according to the eBay fees policy.
  • PayPal and any other third-party fees still apply.
  • Final value fees apply for second chance offers.
General terms:
  • Any attempt to manipulate the promotion will lead to automatic exclusion from participation.
  • eBay reserves the right to suspend, change or cancel the promotion at any time, in the event of circumstances arising which, in eBay‘s opinion, make it necessary for it to do so. eBay reserves the right to add additional terms and conditions for certain parts of this promotion.
  • eBay also reserves the right to exclude users on the basis that their seller accounts have fallen below the minimum required seller performance standards. Sellers should confirm eligibility by checking their account status on My eBay.
  • The decision of eBay regarding any aspect of this promotion is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

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RAH11206/06/2019 21:41

Thank you.. been waiting for this. Someone purchased an item on mine but I …Thank you.. been waiting for this. Someone purchased an item on mine but I dont want to pay the £15 listing fee. I will cancel the transaction and will tell the buyer to repurchase on Sunday


I'm sure they will be delighted
Worked for me - thank you OP.

Just a heads up to those selling items that might not already know this... If you're like me and send things via normal 1st or 2nd class with no tracking feature you should be aware that through obtaining a certificate of postage that you can still track your parcel via Royal Mail's website.

I had an issue with a buyer recently claiming that they hadn't received their items. After 10 working days had passed from when I had sent the parcel (I had provided them with a copy of Certificate of Posting), I lodged a claim with Royal Mail. Now this can take up to 30 days for them to investigate. I had relayed the message to the buyer who then got irate and lodged a claim with eBay for a refund.

eBay ruled in their favour because I was unable to provide proof of delivery. This is all the American customer service care about - without proof of delivery they will side with the buyer every time regardless of your seller rating. After much heated discussion I found that the long number of digits and letters on the Certificate of Posting can be typed into the tracking field on RM's website and it will tell you exactly by what method it was sent, the date it was sent, how it was delivered and the time it arrived at the destination.

eBay customer services had to log onto a portal in order to pull up the details that I was able to view on the RM and they agreed that the item in question had been delivered and that the full funds I was due from the sale would be redirected back to me.
I'm still waiting for those funds to arrive but don't let a@@hole buyers get away with murder.
RAH11206/06/2019 21:41

Thank you.. been waiting for this. Someone purchased an item on mine but I …Thank you.. been waiting for this. Someone purchased an item on mine but I dont want to pay the £15 listing fee. I will cancel the transaction and will tell the buyer to repurchase on Sunday


I would definitely leave you a negative for messing me about.
will never sell on eBay again, they changed their policy and its so easy for buyers to F you over now, sold a CPU, buyer switched the CPU with a none working one and demanded to return it and get a refund and i couldn't do anything about it.

also recently sold a phone and the buyer decided to open a return saying the phone is faulty (after about 2 weeks) because some third party alarm clock app does not work properly on the phone, i tried to argue with eBay that is not a fault with the phone but they had none of it.

they made it so easy for buyers to open returns on grounds of item being faulty and as soon as buyer opens a return they freeze your funds and almost all the time they decide in favour of the buyer. and you have to pay for the return postage.

i'm not a eBay seller, only have about 500 feedback and been selling my personal stuff on eBay over the years, but in the past few months eBay has turned into the biggest pile of S*** for sellers, they can try to entice me with £1 fees and all the crap but will never sell on ebay again, stick to gumtree, facbook etc
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Thanks OP
Cheers op
Thanks OP, great stuff
Just what I was looking for... thanks op
yeeeahhh!!
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I'm in !
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Thanks OP. Accepted again.
Great !
Thanks
Thank you.. been waiting for this. Someone purchased an item on mine but I dont want to pay the £15 listing fee. I will cancel the transaction and will tell the buyer to repurchase on Sunday
Mama Ma Mia here we go again........... cheers op.
Why not have the £1 Fvf permanently Ebay,instead of every other weekend
Time to flip some stuff I’ve bought on hot deals
RAH11206/06/2019 21:41

Thank you.. been waiting for this. Someone purchased an item on mine but I …Thank you.. been waiting for this. Someone purchased an item on mine but I dont want to pay the £15 listing fee. I will cancel the transaction and will tell the buyer to repurchase on Sunday


I'm sure they will be delighted
John_Atkin06/06/2019 21:45

Why not have the £1 Fvf permanently Ebay,instead of every other weekend


So the "deal" shows up on websites like this enticing people in on a semi-regular basis. If it was 24/7 nobody would talk about it.

Plus they make more money in between deal periods.
Edited by: "JayTee8" 7th Jun
Not for me says deal expired
RAH11206/06/2019 21:41

Thank you.. been waiting for this. Someone purchased an item on mine but I …Thank you.. been waiting for this. Someone purchased an item on mine but I dont want to pay the £15 listing fee. I will cancel the transaction and will tell the buyer to repurchase on Sunday


I would definitely leave you a negative for messing me about.
Are there any ebayers here that can help me? Around 4 weeks ago I sold a small pool table for £200. It was listed as collection only and no postage. Buyer paid via PayPal and said he'd arrange collection. Man and a van came to collect, the van was too small. The buyer messaged me and apologised saying he will arrange a bigger van. 4 weeks later and 4 messages from me and he still hasn't collected it or responded to any of my messages. I still have the table and his money! What are my options if he isn't responding?
"Unfortunately, you can no longer sign up for this promotional offer because it has expired."
Worked great here thanks
Damn - I put a tent on Ebay a few days ago for around £500 - would this mean I would only pay £1 instead of £50 or is it only under a certain amount?

Thanks Mark.
Unfortunately, this promotional offer is by invitation only.
Not for me
Worked for me
Didn't work for me this time
PageTurner06/06/2019 22:23

Are there any ebayers here that can help me? Around 4 weeks ago I sold a …Are there any ebayers here that can help me? Around 4 weeks ago I sold a small pool table for £200. It was listed as collection only and no postage. Buyer paid via PayPal and said he'd arrange collection. Man and a van came to collect, the van was too small. The buyer messaged me and apologised saying he will arrange a bigger van. 4 weeks later and 4 messages from me and he still hasn't collected it or responded to any of my messages. I still have the table and his money! What are my options if he isn't responding?


Have you attempted to message them to ask when you can expect for them to return to pick it up? Usually as a buyer, their details like a contact telephone number is left so you could always attempt to call them if no joy - over the telephone.
Edited by: "Poch" 6th Jun
Yes! Very happy to be accepted again I have a lot to list!
Dragon3206/06/2019 22:28

Damn - I put a tent on Ebay a few days ago for around £500 - would this …Damn - I put a tent on Ebay a few days ago for around £500 - would this mean I would only pay £1 instead of £50 or is it only under a certain amount?Thanks Mark.


That is correct. If it hasn't sold yet cancel it immediately and list Sunday.
Really nobody should list anything over a tenner outside of these offers.
Been waiting for this thanks op
Poch06/06/2019 22:38

Have you attempted to message them to ask when you can expect for them to …Have you attempted to message them to ask when you can expect for them to return to pick it up? Usually as a buyer, their details like a contact telephone number is left so you could always attempt to call them if no joy - over the telephone.


Well you've messaged plenty of times, if you here nothing in four more weeks, I'd relist it and resell it...what more can you do.
stingersplash06/06/2019 22:43

That is correct. If it hasn't sold yet cancel it immediately and list …That is correct. If it hasn't sold yet cancel it immediately and list Sunday. Really nobody should list anything over a tenner outside of these offers.


Just wondring if it would look funny with Ebay or it it ok to do (also have a couple of other bits as well for £30 etc)?

Also what is the best reason to give as I think there is one ITEM IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE FOR SALE?

Also noticed though this says SELECTED ACCOUNTS, but just checked my EMAIL and can't see anything.

Thanks for the reply.

Mark.
Edited by: "Dragon32" 6th Jun
Dragon3206/06/2019 22:46

Just wondring if it would look funny with Ebay or it it ok to do (also …Just wondring if it would look funny with Ebay or it it ok to do (also have a couple of other bits as well for £30 etc)?Also what is the best reason to give as I think there is one ITEM IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE FOR SALE?Thanks for the reply.Mark.


It might have been in the past but now that all items are good til cancelled listings then you can cancel any time. Just say its not available
will never sell on eBay again, they changed their policy and its so easy for buyers to F you over now, sold a CPU, buyer switched the CPU with a none working one and demanded to return it and get a refund and i couldn't do anything about it.

also recently sold a phone and the buyer decided to open a return saying the phone is faulty (after about 2 weeks) because some third party alarm clock app does not work properly on the phone, i tried to argue with eBay that is not a fault with the phone but they had none of it.

they made it so easy for buyers to open returns on grounds of item being faulty and as soon as buyer opens a return they freeze your funds and almost all the time they decide in favour of the buyer. and you have to pay for the return postage.

i'm not a eBay seller, only have about 500 feedback and been selling my personal stuff on eBay over the years, but in the past few months eBay has turned into the biggest pile of S*** for sellers, they can try to entice me with £1 fees and all the crap but will never sell on ebay again, stick to gumtree, facbook etc
Worked for me - thank you OP.

Just a heads up to those selling items that might not already know this... If you're like me and send things via normal 1st or 2nd class with no tracking feature you should be aware that through obtaining a certificate of postage that you can still track your parcel via Royal Mail's website.

I had an issue with a buyer recently claiming that they hadn't received their items. After 10 working days had passed from when I had sent the parcel (I had provided them with a copy of Certificate of Posting), I lodged a claim with Royal Mail. Now this can take up to 30 days for them to investigate. I had relayed the message to the buyer who then got irate and lodged a claim with eBay for a refund.

eBay ruled in their favour because I was unable to provide proof of delivery. This is all the American customer service care about - without proof of delivery they will side with the buyer every time regardless of your seller rating. After much heated discussion I found that the long number of digits and letters on the Certificate of Posting can be typed into the tracking field on RM's website and it will tell you exactly by what method it was sent, the date it was sent, how it was delivered and the time it arrived at the destination.

eBay customer services had to log onto a portal in order to pull up the details that I was able to view on the RM and they agreed that the item in question had been delivered and that the full funds I was due from the sale would be redirected back to me.
I'm still waiting for those funds to arrive but don't let a@@hole buyers get away with murder.
stingersplash06/06/2019 22:49

It might have been in the past but now that all items are good til …It might have been in the past but now that all items are good til cancelled listings then you can cancel any time. Just say its not available


Thanks for that.

I have cancelled the tent and also a phone I had up for £90 and realist Sunday.

I was debating cancelling a tent package I have for £150 (extension, carpet, ground sheet and poles)
, but I have 6 people watching that.

I clicked the link and it activated the £1 promotion so I guess I've got it as it said selected accounts in the post?

Thanks Mark.
Domthedonkey06/06/2019 22:05

I'm sure they will be delighted


Yeah it'll be rather than when their account gets suspended after the buyer reports it and leaves a neg
EsiEmi06/06/2019 22:53

will never sell on eBay again, they changed their policy and its so easy …will never sell on eBay again, they changed their policy and its so easy for buyers to F you over now, sold a CPU, buyer switched the CPU with a none working one and demanded to return it and get a refund and i couldn't do anything about it.also recently sold a phone and the buyer decided to open a return saying the phone is faulty (after about 2 weeks) because some third party alarm clock app does not work properly on the phone, i tried to argue with eBay that is not a fault with the phone but they had none of it.they made it so easy for buyers to open returns on grounds of item being faulty and as soon as buyer opens a return they freeze your funds and almost all the time they decide in favour of the buyer. and you have to pay for the return postage.i'm not a eBay seller, only have about 500 feedback and been selling my personal stuff on eBay over the years, but in the past few months eBay has turned into the biggest pile of S*** for sellers, they can try to entice me with £1 fees and all the crap but will never sell on ebay again, stick to gumtree, facbook etc


This is nothing new especially with tech items. Personally I sell maybe 10 to 20 items per month and never have a problem but I'm selling bluray or figures. Anything like a phone or console I wouldn't use Ebay for.
Just.Wondering06/06/2019 22:45

Well you've messaged plenty of times, if you here nothing in four more …Well you've messaged plenty of times, if you here nothing in four more weeks, I'd relist it and resell it...what more can you do.


Not me bud you're replying to the wrong person
strocky06/06/2019 22:30

Unfortunately, this promotional offer is by invitation only.


Me too.
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