How do I pay my selling fees?
When you set up your seller account, you specify an automatic payment method to pay your seller fees. You can also pay fees with a onetime payment. If you make a onetime payment, check your billing cycle date to make sure you allow at least 5 days between your scheduled automatic payment and your onetime payment to prevent duplicate payments.
You can update your checking account information or remove a payment method from your account any time.
Ways you can pay
You can pay your seller fees in several ways:
Direct pay from your checking account
Direct Pay is available to sellers who are billed in US dollars with US bank accounts. With Direct Pay, we automatically deduct your seller fees from your checking account on the same day each month. To sign up for Direct Pay, you need to provide your bank account and routing number, which are shown on the bottom of your checks. You can also make a onetime Direct Pay payment from your checking account. Your payment will be posted to your account within 2 business days.
(for businesses only)
It may take up to 10 business days after we receive your check to process and post the payment to your account. When paying by check, submit a payment coupon along with your check and mail it to the address on the coupon. Allow 10 business days plus delivery time between the date you mail the payment and your payment due date.