The best part of selling an item? Getting paid. We recommend PayPal because it's easy and secure. Find out all you need to know about selecting payment methods.
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Processing refunds if you're using the eBay returns process.
Receiving a returned item and refunding your buyer if your buyer opens an eBay Buyer Protection case.
Refunding your buyer without receiving an item back (such as a partial refund or refunding shipping charges).
Selecting payment methods
Consider the buyer's needs when selecting your payment options.
PayPal is an online payment service that lets buyers send you payments from their credit card or banking account.
Checking on PayPal payments sent to you
PayPal payments that aren't yet available
Upgrading your PayPal account to a Premier or Business account
PayPal Seller Protection
Using PayPal internationally
Understanding immediate payment
If you've set a Buy It Now price for your item, you can require the buyer to pay you immediately.
When you use eBay checkout, buyers can pay you immediately after the listing ends.
Selecting your payment preferences
Using a tax table
Sending a combined invoice
Internet merchant accounts
How payment gateways work
Using Website Payments Pro to accept credit cards in eBay checkout
Using the eBay shopping cartFind out how the eBay shopping cart lets your buyers pay for multiple items at once.
Receiving international payments
Learn how to receive payments from international buyers.
Avoiding payment problems
Get tips on avoiding and dealing with payment problems.
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