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eBay £1 Max Final Value Fee Promo month (Business Sellers - by Invitation Only) ends 9 July 2020
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eBay £1 Max Final Value Fee Promo month (Business Sellers - by Invitation Only) ends 9 July 2020

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Posted 8th Jun

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Make the most of eBay's Listing Month and activate your exclusive invitation-only offer now.

Create new listings before 9 July and you'll pay max. £1 Final value fees on up to 100 of those items sold within 30 days of listing.*

How to use the offer:
1. Activate your offer before you start listing.
2. Create new listings until 11.59 pm on 8 July.
3. You'll pay max. £1 Final value fees per item for the items sold within 30 days of listing. The Final value fee discount will be automatically credited after each successful transaction.

By invitation, for business sellers only. Excludes the Property, Cars, Motorcycles & Vehicles and Coins, Banknotes & Bullion, Gift Vouchers & Coupons’ categories.
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Is there a link?
Still waiting for the last one in April to be credited...
CCC00708/06/2020 13:07

Still waiting for the last one in April to be credited...


have you emailed them to ask?
Yes 3 times in past 2 weeks. Keep telling me they are sorting it with 48 hours of each time I call but they still haven't
Are you allowed to have a business account separate to your personal account ?
anouj08/06/2020 13:22

Are you allowed to have a business account separate to your personal …Are you allowed to have a business account separate to your personal account ?


Yes and mine is eligible for this, not that I use it much.
Fees may be £1 + VAT?
Edited by: "PeacePipe" 8th Jun
CCC00708/06/2020 13:07

Still waiting for the last one in April to be credited...


Dont they deduct the credit from the following months bill?
They missed half of them when they did it
CCC00708/06/2020 13:35

They missed half of them when they did it


So do they take payment then refund you or you just get a credit?
rahhjarr08/06/2020 13:45

So do they take payment then refund you or you just get a credit?


You just get a credit off your invoice. Not sure if they have changed it since the April one so can't say for this offer (I've not signed up for it) but for April and May is definitely a credit to invoice.
its a con,they owe me over £100 for april and credited just under £10 back
smokeit08/06/2020 13:51

its a con,they owe me over £100 for april and credited just under £10 back


It's not just me then. I had faith after talking to them that it would be resolved but after 2 weeks I'm starting to think the same as you
It should be automatic - you must have done something wrong there.

Go to your account and you'll see the feed charged...
HSunny08/06/2020 14:07

It should be automatic - you must have done something wrong there.Go to …It should be automatic - you must have done something wrong there.Go to your account and you'll see the feed charged...


certainly not automatic, I used it in May and currently have £427 outstanding apparently, of course I do recall it said it would be credited after 30 days and that time has not yet passed. Let's see.
VERY HOT !!!

Why is this expired? I just clicked on the link and got accepted on my Business Account. I can now undercut all those greedy private sellers who should be paying tax!
rahhjarr08/06/2020 15:13

certainly not automatic, I used it in May and currently have £427 …certainly not automatic, I used it in May and currently have £427 outstanding apparently, of course I do recall it said it would be credited after 30 days and that time has not yet passed. Let's see.


I realised you're talking about business accounts...
Edited by: "HSunny" 8th Jun
Do we think us peasant personal account users will get a £1 max fee anytime soon?
lucifon08/06/2020 15:28

Do we think us peasant personal account users will get a £1 max fee …Do we think us peasant personal account users will get a £1 max fee anytime soon?


We did end of last month - we were given around 1-2 weeks opportunity to list items
BabyDog08/06/2020 15:14

I can now undercut all those greedy private sellers who should be paying …I can now undercut all those greedy private sellers who should be paying tax!


I have both a private and a business account and paying tax has nothing to do with the type of account you have.
If you trade above a certain level I think eBay will inform HMRC regardless of the account you use.
PeacePipe08/06/2020 15:44

I have both a private and a business account and paying tax has nothing to …I have both a private and a business account and paying tax has nothing to do with the type of account you have.If you trade above a certain level I think eBay will inform HMRC regardless of the account you use.


I agree to an extent. HMRC don't care if you have an eBay business or private account, but they are actively checking out private sellers and asking them to complete a tax return. It happened to me in 2016 and I completed a return. Since I was selling hundreds of items a month, most of it was used, selling most of my toy collection and I had receipts and/or proof of value, so no tax needed to be paid apart from on property that I rent out.

You have be be careful as it's jealous eBay competitors that grass you up to HMRC, not eBay as it's not in their interest or worth their time, they want FEES not tax!
lucifon08/06/2020 15:28

Do we think us peasant personal account users will get a £1 max fee …Do we think us peasant personal account users will get a £1 max fee anytime soon?


Absolutely, you guys get more than your fair share of eBay offers while businesses have had to pay full whack until just recently.
Oh... Heat added BTW no that it's unexpired. Perhaps it shouldn't expire until 08JUL?
When is the next £1 fee anyone know
CCC00708/06/2020 13:07

Still waiting for the last one in April to be credited...


Same, it's an absolute joke. Don't know why they couldn't make it simple like it is with private sellers
CCC00708/06/2020 14:06

It's not just me then. I had faith after talking to them that it would be …It's not just me then. I had faith after talking to them that it would be resolved but after 2 weeks I'm starting to think the same as you



No it is not just you. It appears they have not credited any manually relisted items for April (or May... and counting). Those appear to be the credits everyone is missing.
johns-auction12/06/2020 18:48

No it is not just you. It appears they have not credited any manually …No it is not just you. It appears they have not credited any manually relisted items for April (or May... and counting). Those appear to be the credits everyone is missing.


Seems that way yes. Are you going to contact them again or see what happens in the next week?
I have not contacted them yet. I am going to wait until the next weeks invoice to see if any come through. It is several hundred pounds in credits from April onwards I am waiting for, so will not be too pleased if none have been deposited in my account by the next invoice. There are a number of other sellers on the eBay community who have also commented they are missing all their manually relisted item credits.
Edited by: "johns-auction" 12th Jun
An update for business sellers still wondering where their FVF credits are for manually relisted items n the April and May £1 FVF promotions.

I contacted eBay via email yesterday asking for my missing credits to be credited to my account. CS responded this morning and credited all 23 missing credits, to the value of approximately £650.

My email and the CS response is below in case this helps other sellers to resolve the issue of their missing FVF credits. I will also post this message to the other two threads the issue was mentioned for the same reason.

If anyone still needs a copy of the original promotion terms, the May promotion was saved by waybackmachine here: web.archive.org/web…omo

My conclusion is eBay are obviously now aware they fluffed the April and May promotions, and they will credit all the missing FVF's for manual relists. But at present not automatically. If you want your FVF credits for manual relists, unfortunately you will probably have to contact CS.

Email Sent to CS:

"Hello,

Businesses sellers who took part in either the April and May business promotion of £1 Cap Final Value Fees on new listings, have not automatically received all their FVF credits credited to their accounts within the stated 30 days of transaction dates.. It is an issue that has affected and been reported by a number of business sellers on the community and elsewhere, and applies to all listings that were manually relisted by business sellers and deducted at the time of listing from the promotional quotas of 100 new listings, and sold within 30 days of listing.

Manual relists were not excluded in the terms of the April or May £1 Cap Final Value Fees on new listings promotions, and the manually relisted item numbers were deducted at the time of listing from the promotional quota of 100 new listings.

I would like the missing FVF credits credited to my account for the following 23 manually relisted listings that were included and sold within 30 days of inclusion within the April or May promotions.

For the April promotion the missing FVF credits apply to listing numbers:

( listing numbers)

And the following listing numbers are for the May promotion:

(listing numbers)

Kind regards."

CS Rep:

"Hello John,

Thank you for writing to us.

Upon reviewing your email, I can certainly understand that you are concerned for Promotional fees credit for sold item under '£1 max selling offer'.

John I am glad to share that I have adjusted Final Value Fees with '£1 selling offer' for all 23 items which you mentioned here.

Here's how to verify the credits in your account:

1. Login to your eBay account and click on ‘My eBay’ on top right corner of the page.

2. Hover the mouse arrow on ‘Account’ tab and select ‘Seller account’ option.

3. To view the credits, Click on ‘Credits’ under ‘Account summary’ heading.

John, I have checked that all the items were listed under '£1 selling offer' and sold within first 30 days, your offer allowance quantity also decreased when you list such items.. However, I have found that all 23 items were manually ended and re-listed manually and re-listed items do not qualify for £1 offer whether items are manually re-listed or auto re-listed, those do not qualify for £1 selling offer. However, I have adjusted Final Value Fees with '£1 selling offer' and credited you rest of the fees as one time exception.

To qualify for offer, make sure that only new listings get qualified for £1 selling offer.

I appreciate your understanding and patience here.

Further, if you have any concern, get in touch with us. We will be glad assisting you.

Kind regards,"
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