How do I pay my selling fees?
When you set up your seller account, you'll specify an automatic payment method to pay your seller fees. You can also make one-time payments.
If you don't pay your seller fees, your account could be suspended. If your account has been suspended, find out how to reinstate your account.
Ways you can pay
We offer several ways to quickly pay your eBay fees:
Direct Pay from your checking account
Direct Pay is available to sellers who are billed in U.S. dollars with U.S. bank accounts. With Direct Pay, we'll automatically deduct your seller fees from your checking account on the same day each month, no sooner than 15 days after we send you your invoice. To sign up for Direct Pay, you'll need to provide your bank account and routing numbers, which are shown on the bottom of your checks. Or you can make a one-time Direct Pay payment. Your payment will be posted to your account within 2 business days.
It takes up to 10 business days after we receive your check to process and post it to your account. When paying by check, you need to submit a payment coupon along with your check and mail it to the address on the coupon. Please allow 10 business days plus postage time between the date you mail the payment and your payment due date.